In some cases, the humanities projects in Sparkling Science also closely deal with socio-scientific and didactical questions and are therefore highly interdisciplinary in character.
According to the scale, methodological demands and content of the projects, the management of the following research projects is the responsibility of the scientific or academic partners.
A new aesthetisation of medieval literature in the experience space
The End of (My) Childhood?
Kindertransporte (Refugee Children Movement) for the Rescue of Jewish Children and Youths from Austria 1938-1941
The Jewish Cemetery of Graz: Explore - Conserve - Remember
A contribution to the social and cultural history of the Jewish community Graz during the 19th and 20th century
German-English dictionary of social work
The “Heilandskirche” of Graz
The “Heilandskirche” of Graz during National Socialism in consideration of its members persecuted as “Jews”
Mrs. Munde’s Deadly Sins
Cultural heritage – the “Archiving Classroom” pupils as researchers
Chatting with Antiquity – Inscriptiones Antiquae
Scientific and didactic treatment and editing of the largest collection of inscriptions from Rome in Austria
Like seen on the Screen
The media and our environment
Vienna, 1020 – Students investigate the History and Presence of their School
Students of the second district in Vienna investigate the history and presence of their school. A historic- and empiric-comparative analysis of two schools of the second district with different cultural and social background involving students and teachers as researchers
„Where have all the Jews gone“
For example: St. Pölten.
Migration and present times, displacement and memory
Seeking Traces: Hall in Motion
Resarch and Exhibition on Labor Migration in the Region of Hall in Tyrol (1960’s until today)
Transnational Perceptions of History
“So, what does this have to do with me, anyway?” Transnational perceptions of the history of National Socialism and the Holocaust
Our Environment has a History
Students in search for the roots of our environmental problems