Fellows 2008/2009

The scholarship holders of the year 2008/2009 are nine highly qualified journalists from Bulgaria, Finland, Croatia, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, and Hungary.

Ingrid Brekke (Norway)

Ingrid Brekke (Norway)

Journalist with the daily newspaper Aftenposten

Project: „Remembrance of things past: The politics of memory"

Svetlana Georgieva-Vasileva (Bulgaria)

Svetlana Georgieva-Vasileva (Bulgaria)

Journalist with the daily newspaper DNEVNIK

Project: "The criminal case in Germany – organisation and economic view"

Alice Horackova (Czech Republic)

Alice Horackova (Czech Republic)

Editor with the daily newspaper Mladá Fronta DNES

Project: "Berlin-Prague reflections"

Orsolya Imecs (Hungary)

Orsolya Imecs (Hungary)

Journalist with the online newspaper Index.hu

Project: "Gentrification and the creative city Berlin using the example of Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg"

Anna-Liina Kauhanen (Finland)

Anna-Liina Kauhanen (Finland)

Editor of the sunday pages of Helsingin Sanomat

Project: „German-Finnish conflicts using the example of Bochum/Nokia“

Radovan Krčmárik (Slovakia)

Radovan Krčmárik (Slovakia)

Editor with the magazine Zurnal

Project: "Relations between Slovakia and Germany during Second World War"

Lidija Lacko Vidulić (Croatia)

Lidija Lacko Vidulić (Croatia)

Journalist with Hrvatski radio

Project: "Presence and the picture in media of the Croatian literature in Germany"

Saša Šavel (Slovenia)

Saša Šavel (Slovenia)

Editor with TV Slowenien

Project: "Turkish-German movie as a reflection of integration"

Maja Škerbot (Slovenia)

Maja Škerbot (Slovenia)

Freelancer

Project: "Survival strategies in Berlin's visual art scene/art market"