The guest talk and accompanying workshop by Michael Brady are co-organized by the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department for Health Sciences and Medicine at the University of Lucerne.
This workshop about the transpositions of the concept of alterity in an interdisciplinary context is reserved for invited participants selected after having applied. The accompanying keynote speeches are open to a general public (see below).
A workshop with Dr. Lille Springall (LifeQuest Center for Holistic Psychology & Coaching) on the topic of career and stress management.
A workshop with Prof. Steven Lukes, New York University (please also pay attention to the talk by Prof. Lukes on October 3rd – see separate announcement)
A workshop with Prof. Simone Dennis, Australian National University (please also pay attention to the talk by the same title given on March 30th – see separate announcement)
A talk by Prof. Simone Dennis, Australian National University (for the accompanying workshop by the same title, please see the separate announcement)
A one week course for doctoral students who explore the relationship between markets and democracy in their dissertations.
The four-day seminar offers a forum to discuss Professor Mitchell’s theoretical and empirical work as well as the participant’s own research projects.
This year’s PhD research festival aims at preparing doctoral students for working in an increasingly interdisciplinary environment. During the two days event, they will learn how to communicate their research successfully.
Workshop – Prof. Dr. Julian Go