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Research Opportunities

CiCe Summer School CALL FOR PAPERS
Research Methods in Citizenship and Identity
9-14 June 2014

University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland
Organized by the European Centre for Research on Citizenship and Identity

Rationale for the Summer School
The Summer School is designed to support doctoral students researching citizenship and/or identity, including students who previously attended the CiCe Student Research Conference.

Students, will have the opportunity to present and to discuss their research with other students from a range of disciplines; to plan collaboratively a cross disciplinary research project on issues related to citizenship and/or identity; to explore in depth key research issues with experts in the fields of methodology, ethics and data analysis, and to hear of research conducted by leading international experts.

  • keynote and plenary sessions
  • research training (methods, ethics, data analysis, ...)
  • workshops
  • presentations of student research
  • peer-to-peer collaboration
  • dissemination strategies: presentation, networking, publications.

Proposals are invited on topics related to citizenship and identity. For example, economic crisis, employment, distribution of wealth and social justice, immigration, ethnic relationships, diversity, intercultural issues, social exclusion-inclusion, inter-group relationships, historical culture, sustainability, environmental issues, citizenship education, etc. Papers are welcome from different disciplines including education, psychology, economics, history, sociology, political science, philosophy and anthropology.

Full details can be found on the CiCe Research Student Summer School page

Doctoral Course on Climate change, global change and cultural heritage:  Vulnerability, Impact and Adaptation to be held in Ravello from 7 to 10 october 2013

                                                

The Course is addressed to young advanced students and professionals.

The course will cover risks to Cultural Heritage from Climate and Global Change by elaborating the following issues:
1. Climate and Global Change impact
2. Vulnerability and Risk
3. Adaptation Strategies

The organisation has the possibility to support the participation of 20 students with a reimbursement of € 300  (at the maximum) of their participation expenses, after presentation of receipts. The selection for grant will be done by the organisers

For more information, please click here

 

Deadline for applications: 15 June 2013

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