The summer school will bring together PhD students from the social sciences together with faculty members researching the theme’s issues. Through a series of lectures, panel discussions as well as an in-depth peer-mentoring of student’s research papers, the course provides a key opportunity for participants to present and discuss their work with peers and more senior researchers, widen their international network of colleagues within their research area, and shape their research in a way that builds on cutting edge debates within the summer school’s theme.
How to prepare
Course participants should prepare a paper of approximately 5000 words to be submitted August 1 2023. The paper should be based on their own research while addressing core themes and approaches of this call.
Before the course days, students must read and prepare comments for 3-4 other papers.
Each of the lectures and roundtables will engage with a set of texts, which students are expected to have read before the course begins.
Successful participation yields 6 ETCS points. It requires that students participate in the course days, submit a written paper by August 1, and provide peer feedback.
Student papers are assessed through the participation in the group session through comments. There will be no grading