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Deadline for application: 2 February 2018
The PhD cluster and 'doing IPS' cluster are jointly organising a PhD course on International Political Sociology.
The course is a student-led monthly seminar that seeks to introduce PhD students from various disciplines to the ongoing research on International Political Sociology (IPS). It is aimed at both PhD students and faculty in international relations, human geography, political science, political economy, history, sociology, public policy, social policy, humanities, law, anthropology and other relevant disciplines, whose research uses concepts, tools and methods from the growing literature on IPS and cognate fields.
The course gives its participants the chance to present their work-in-progress to PhD colleagues and senior academics who work within the realm of IPS. In addition, it gives them an overview of the contemporary research in the field, as they attend 20 presentations by participants from various disciplines and institutions. Last but not least, it gives participants an opportunity to network with academics and students in their field of interest; opening floors for further intellectual discussions and research collaborations. The goal is to build interdisciplinary and cross-institutional links between PhD students and faculty.
The course seeks to recruit 20 participants/presenters. We aspire for both institutional and disciplinary diversity, which will partially guide our recruitment decisions. For consideration, please send a) a short abstract of your work and b) a short intro to your academic interests and prospects to email@example.com.
The deadline for application is Friday, 2 February 2018
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