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Hi-story lessons’ team

Authors of the historical timelines:

Prof. Tobias Arand, Ludwigsburg University of Education, the author of the German timeline
Dr Michal Babál , educational projects coordinator, Nation´s Memory Institute, Bratislava
Carmen Veronica Bặjenaru, history teacher, second principal of National College Ion Luca Caragiale, Ploiesti
Dr Anna Bocková, co-author of the Slovak timeline
Anna Buchner, history teacher, author of the Polish timeline
Dr Ana Maria Cătănuş, senior researcher II within the National Institute for the Study of Totalitarianism of the Romanian Academy, co-author of the Romanian timeline
Dr Jan Čapek, University of Pardubice, Faculty of Art and Philosophy, the author of the Czech timeline
Gábor Danyi, historian, European Network Remembrance and Solidarity, co-author of the Hungarian timeline
Dragoş Mocanu, history teacher at the National College Ion Luca Caragiale, Ploiesti, co-author of the Romanian timeline
Vasile Moga, teacher at National College Ion Luca Caragiale, Ploiesti
Laura Elena Pandelache , history teacher at the National College Ion Luca Caragiale , co-author of the Romanian timeline
Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, Collegium Civitas, author of the International Context timeline
Márta Mária Szabó, teacher of history and German at Budapesti Fazekas Mihály Gyakorló Általános Iskola és Gimnázium
Gábor Szepesi, secondary school researcher teacher, Budapest XVI. Kerületi Szerb Antal Gimnázium, co-author of the Hungarian timeline
Prof. Mária Tonková, Comenius University, Bratislava, Faculty of Education, Institute of Human Sciences, co-author of the Slovak timeline
Dr Costin Vrînceanu, history teacher at the National College Ion Luca Caragiale, Ploiești, co-author of the Romanian timeline

Hi-story lessons’ animation advisors:

Dr Nathan Marcus, National Research University – Higher School of Economics 2014 – St Petersburg, Russia
Prof. Andrzej Nowak, the History Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences and History Institute of Jagiellonian University
Prof. Jan Rydel, Chairman of the ENRS Steering Committee, the Pedagogical University of Kraków
Dr Oldřich Tůma, the Director of the Institute of Contemporary History at the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Prof. Peer Vries, Honorary Fellow at the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam

Independent advisors:

Prof. Adam Burakowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
Prof. Róbert Letz, Comenius University, Bratislava
Čeněk Pýcha, Department of Education of Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Prague
Prof. Attila Pók, the Deputy Director of the Institute of History, the Research Centre for the Humanities at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Executive Vice President of the Hungarian Historical Association and Senior Researcher at the Institute of Advanced Study in Kőszeg

Translators and proofreaders:

Edward Assarabowski, English proofreader
Maya J.Lo Bello, Hungarian-English translator
Darren Chastney, Slovak-English and Czech-English translator
Dr Ian Copestake, proofreader of the Polish, Slovak and Romanian timeline in English
Gabor Danyi, proofreader of the texts in Hungarian and in English
Marta Durczyńska, proofreader of the texts in Polish
Vince Péter Hajba, Polish-Hungarian and English-Hungarian translator
Romana Lakomčíková, English-Slovac proofreader
Dr Robert Maier, proofreader of the German timeline in German
Heather Rae, German-English translator
Dr Andreas Schmidt-Schweizer, German-English translator
Mikołaj Sekrecki, Polish-English translator
George Tiugea, Romanian-English translator
Lidia Polubiec, Polish-English translator and proofreader of the animations
Kamil Virág, Polish-Czech translator
Dr Marcin Wiatr, proofreader of the German timeline in German
Maria-Philippa Wieckowski, proofreader of the texts in Romanian and in English

Coordination:

Maria Naimska, coordinator of the Hi-story lessons project, E-projects coordinator, European Network Remembrance and Solidarity
Zhanna Vrublevska, project manager, European Network Remembrance and Solidarity
Dr Marcin Wiatr, coordinator from the German partner, the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research
Ewelina Pękała (maternity leave), senior project manager, European Network Remembrance and Solidarity