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Reminder: essay competition and win a trip to Boston and Harvard, Massachusetts, USA

Did you already hear about the essay competition the Erasmus University of Rotterdam is organizing? You can your contribution to (maximum 1.000 words in English). The deadline is 25 October. The topic?

Learning from 400 years of Pilgrim Fathers’ America, what does the future of globalization hold?

This can be viewed from a range of perspectives, and all disciplines play a role in this. That is why Erasmus University of Rotterdam would like to invite you to give your vision on the above question and receive from you a powerful and critical essay with a systematic view of our future challenges.

The essay competition is open to all students at Leiden, Delft, Erasmus (MC) and of the departments of History and History & Literature at Harvard University.

Voucher for a cultural student journey to Boston and Harvard, Massachusetts, USA – the state where the Pilgrim Fathers ended their journey or Leiden, Delft and Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where the journey started.

The prize awarding and the presentation of the best essay(s) will take place in the Oude or Pelgrimvaderskerk in Delfshaven, Rotterdam on 25 November 2021, Thanksgiving Day.

The essay should:

  • be written in style in English
  • ideally holds original ideas/ be visionary
  • contain critical content
  • be urgent.
  • be inclusive/promotes fellowship

Visit the website of Erasmus University of Rotterdam for more information about the competition.

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