13th Max Weber Fellows June Conference
Badia Fiesolana, 12-14 June 2019
This conference aims at creating a cross-cultural and a cross-disciplinary dialogue on historical and contemporary social, economic, legal and political transformations.
The goal is to reflect on driving forces and actors of past or current events shaping societal developments and their effects.
Various dimensions of change will be explored, such as political transitions, social contestations, economic integration, cultural disjunctures, technological advancements, and socio-legal reforms.
We welcome contributions from MW Fellows, MW Alumni as well as current Jean Monnet and Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellows that address transformation on a methodological, empirical or theoretical level.
Researchers from all disciplines are invited to submit their abstracts (200 words) followed by four key words.
Expression of interest must be submitted by March 6.
Two types of submission are welcome :
a) Regular presentations : a 10-15 minutes oral presentation
b) Poster presentations (a limited number of posters to be displayed in the Badia’s Lower Loggia): participants can view it and discuss with the presenter during the first lunch break of the Conference
Read more about the Call (pdf)