September 30, 2019
Centre Marc Bloch, Humboldt University of Berlin
CGES partner, CNRS CMB Computational Social Science Team based in the Humboldt University of Berlin seeks to recruit several doctoral students and post-doctoral researchers in the coming academic year 2019-20 (targeting a total of about 4-5 positions), to work principally under the ERC Consolidator grant “Socsemics” on internet echo chambers and polarization.
November 28, 2019
Centre for German and European Studies
Deadline approaching: Research papers by students in social sciences and humanities for the Sixth Russian-European research papers competition are collected until October 15!
The Haifa Center for German and European Studies (HCGES) at the University of Haifa - seeks to fill a tenure-track position in German and European Studies starting on October 2020.
The position will be half-anchored in the HCGES and half-anchored in the department that reflects the disciplinary background of the candidate, such as, but not limited to: Political Science, Internationals
September 9, 2019
Berkeley University of California
The Institute of European Studies and the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies at UC Berkeley - invite proposals for a one-day graduate conference "Understanding the Countryside: Rural Europe in a Post-Global World" which will be held on September 9, 2019 in Berkeley University of California....
The conference aims to bring together students working on European rural issues at the local, regional, national, and continental level.
The ultimate goal of the conference is to provide graduate students working on topics with a European rural component a platform to interact with each other and also with professors from different departments across campus. As a graduate conference, students are expected to present a synopsis of their research, which can be a work in progress.
Submissions should include a title of paper and abstract (no more
OSCE Academy in Bishkek is currently in the preparation of the new Open Access book series edition on Transformation and Developments in the OSCE Region, edited by the Academy and published with Springer Publisher in Winter 2019.
The Academy is seeking written contributions in English of 6.000 - max 8.000 words, including abstract and bibliography (see: style references) on various subject matters in the OSCE region.
These include contributions in the wider areas of transformation and development studies, of societies and states ranging from North America across Europe, Euroasia and including Central Asia:
- Democratic and anti-democratic developments and elections
- Rule of Law and Human Rights policies and Transitional Justice
- Environmental and Climate