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The Academic Careers Observatory (ACO) of the Max Weber Programme invites EUI researchers and early-career academic fellows to a conference on funding opportunities for social science research. Representatives from EU and various national-level funding bodies, as well as private organisations, will make presentations on their funding schemes and offer advice on how to successfully apply. A grant-writing seminar will follow. 12 December. Please register.
edited by Annika Zorn, Jeff Haywood and Jean-Michel Glachant
This book offers a comprehensive framework to understand the transition of academia online, addressing the core activities of an academic institution – education, research, and research communication. Discussing a broad variety of case studies, the book provides a lens to interpret and compare the various dynamics facilitating a move online within traditional academic institutions. The book is available in open-access.
by Friedrich Kratochwil
Praxis investigates both the existing practices of international politics and relations during and after the Cold War, and the issue of whether problems of praxis (individual and collective choices) can be subjected to a 'theoretical treatment'. In a shift from the accepted international relations standard of theorizing, the author emphasises both historicity and contingency.
From the sheer numbers of migrants to the complex processes that set people on the move and the multiple changes they bring to both origin and destination countries, international migration suffers considerable deficits of knowledge. The current study identifies key issues and outlines priority areas to address these lacunae in the research, advocating for international consensus on definitions and methods of data collection.
by Corinna Unger
This volume offers the first concise historical overview of international development policies and practices in the 20th century. By drawing on examples of development projects in different parts of the world and in different fields, the author shows how the plurality of development experiences shaped the notion of development as we know it today. This book is ideal for scholars seeking to understand the history of development assistance and to gain new insight into the international history of the 20th century.