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May 2019
Institutional complexity in global governance

Institutional complexity in global governance

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop co-organised with the RSC will address major conceptual, empirical and theoretical questions about the emergence, development, and consequences of institutional complexity. 28 May, registrations are open
Date:
21/05/2019
Fixing the moves? Maps, State and Mobility in Social Sciences

Fixing the moves? Maps, State and Mobility in Social Sciences

Description
A multidisciplinary workshop on 31 May focusing on the use of maps by social sciences in studying relations between power, space and societies. The workshop is preceded by two master classes on 28 and 30 May. Registrations are open for all sessions
Date:
20/05/2019
European Transnationalism Between Successes and Shortcomings: Threats, Strategies and Actors under the Microscope

European Transnationalism Between Successes and Shortcomings: Threats, Strategies and Actors under the Microscope

Description
How is European security challenged and addressed transnationally? This workshop is an opportunity to examine such question. 17 May, registrations are open
Date:
13/05/2019
Public opinion and how it matters

Public opinion and how it matters

Description
A workshop organized by SPS MW Fellows Julian Garritzmann and Mirjam Dagefoerde. 15-16 May registrations are open
Date:
08/05/2019
Effectiveness of Children's Education around the Globe

Effectiveness of Children's Education around the Globe

Description
This conference pays special attention to the effectiveness of maternal care versus other forms of childcare arrangements in terms of cognitive and non-cognitive outcomes. 9-10 May, registrations are open
Date:
03/05/2019
State-building in Non-democratic Societies

State-building in Non-democratic Societies

Description
This workshop will bring together scholars to discuss recent work related to past and present state building in non-democratic states. 6 May 2019. Registrations are open
Date:
03/05/2019
April 2019
Non-Majoritarian Institutions under Political Pressure

Non-Majoritarian Institutions under Political Pressure

Description
Upcoming workshop in the #MRW2019 series debating the shift of Non-Majoritarian Institutions towards taking increasingly political decisions. Registrations are open
Date:
29/04/2019
Globalization and Its Political Consequences: The Rise of Populism?

Globalization and Its Political Consequences: The Rise of Populism?

Description
Last Max Weber Lecture this year with Helen Milner (Princeton University) who will examine the backlash of economic globalisation on political parties behaviour and themes
Date:
24/04/2019
Rethinking Methodological Approaches to Islamic Movements

Rethinking Methodological Approaches to Islamic Movements

Description
The first workshop in the Multidisciplinary Research Workshop series co-organised with the Department of Political and Social Sciences is coming soon and it is aiming at shaking the study of Islamic movements from scratch, No mean feat! 29-30 April
Date:
11/04/2019
Europe in times of change: challenges and policies in a complex political order

Europe in times of change: challenges and policies in a complex political order

Description
The JMU's MA students in European Union Policy Studies will be back in the Badia on 12 April for the annual JMU-MWP Symposium to discuss their own research with Max Weber Fellows and the wider EUI community
Date:
04/04/2019
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