Students and instructors of the faculty of humanities and pedagogy took part in field seminars of the Sonnenberg International center

December 28, 2022

2021 is coming to an end, and it's time to remember the interesting events that took place not so long ago. One of such events was the participation of students and teachers of the faculty of humanities and pedagogy in a number of field seminars of the International center Sonnenberg (Germany), which took place in Kyiv.

      The slogan of this educational and methodical center was the phrase "Learn from each other and act together in a networked world." As a place of meetings and discussions, the center promotes international understanding and coexistence in mutual respect. Participants of different national and social backgrounds and worldviews exchange views on educational and political issues, work and leisure, the environment and the economy.

     We witnessed a podium discussion on "Euromaidan and beyond: Development of education, culture, environment and health" conducted by Tillmann Ciche, director of the Sonnenberg International Center; Ivanna Kobernyk, Ukrainian TV presenter and journalist, Honored Journalist of Ukraine, co-author of the school reform "New Ukrainian School"; Jan Chapek, professor at the University of Pardubice.


     At the same time, the Ukrainian participants of the seminars were not only listeners, but also speakers, translators, and guides. In her report, Natalia Kravchenko, associate professor of the department of international relations and social sciences, acquainted our guests with the glorious history of Ukraine. Her story was continued by third-year students majoring in philology (German language) Sofia Salnyk and Anastasia Balamut, who supplemented the acquaintance with our country - the present, life and interests of Ukrainian youth.


      Svitlana Amelina, head of the department of foreign philology and translation, made a report on "German Immigrants in the History of Kyiv", which contained the materials of a study conducted within the project with the University of Regensburg (Germany).

      And student Sofiya Salnyk demonstrated brilliant translation skills during the translation of Tatiana Shats' report "Cultural Heritage of Ukraine", and this translation was difficult - from German to English.


      According to the organizer of the seminars Isolde Hartung, the Ukrainian participants prepared a very meaningful and interesting meeting, because thanks to associate professor of the department of foreign philology and translation Anna Monashnenko and project participant Yulia Amelina, the reports were supplemented by excursions, which enchanted our guests with the harmony of the majesty of historical monuments and the modern development of the capital of Ukraine - the oldest city in Eastern Europe. 


Svitlana Amelina,

head of the department of foreign philology and translation




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