5th Symposium
of the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt June 2022

Colonia Dignidad – a German-Chilean History from the Perspective of Science, Legal Processing and Public Staging

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Online Session

Our scholarship holder in St. Andrews, Scotland. Ana-Feliz Sindermann

Marcia Pérez und Miriam Blaimer

Hi, my name is Ana-Feliz and this past year I have been studying International Relations, Management and Philosophy at the University of S. Andrews, Scotland. At the beginning of my studies, the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation graciously awarded me with a scholarship. Living and studying in St. Andrews was awesome! Student life in the UK is characterized by traditions, such as formal ball gowns and university halls, where students live, eat and learn together. St. Andrews is a small, beautiful town right next to the sea that has many old buildings, small, cobblestoned alleyways and quite a few cafés. This is where you could find me most of the time – walking alongside the beach with my friends or sitting in a café, enjoying our hot drinks, and discussing whatever we could think of. Often, we would talk about human rights and restrictive policies, and what living in a less democratic environment than Europe is like – some of my friends are from Hong Kong and China. A highly interesting topic in my opinion, that has only been gaining influence and importance over the years and that I would like to study in depth. These talks and our diverging opinions as well as my overall experience were very enriching culturally, socially, and academically. I’m thankful for this opportunity, and especially to the Elisabeth Käsemann Foundation. As you may know, living in the UK is not inexpensive. The scholarship helped me tremendously so that I could do both, focus on my studies and spend time with friends or explore St. Andrews. Many thanks again!

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