Circus' Interdisciplinary Summer School
- Date: –
- Location: Observatorieparken Old Observatory, Kyrkogårdsgatan 8A
- Organiser: Centre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society (CIRCUS)
- Contact person: Maria Pananaki
Are you also dreaming of warm summer days filled with inspiring discussions on inter-, multi- and cross-disciplinary research? Then don’t miss out on CIRCUS’ Interdisciplinary Summer School 2022!
We at CIRCUS offer an enriching three-day school where participants will have the opportunity to further develop their skills in cross-disciplinary collaborations.
Possibilities, challenges & opportunities when engaging in cross-cutting research collaborations.
Who is this summer school aimed at?
Employees at Uppsala University: From senior PhD students, junior researchers and seasoned tenured lecturers and professors. The Vice-Chancellor would also be warmly welcome.
There is room for 22 participants. We aim to have a mixed group of different disciplines, genders, seniorities and different national and international research backgrounds. We will, in case of oversubscription, favour early submissions while also striving for a fruitful diversity.
Wednesday 17 August (start 9:00) to Friday 19 August (end 15:00).
Centre for Integrated Research on Culture and Society (CIRCUS), Kyrkogårdsgatan 8A (Old Observatory)
A priceless summer school at no cost!
Free of charge (lunch, dinner and fun activities included!)
For participants employed at Campus Gotland: Travel from Gotland and three nights at a modest Uppsala hotel are provided for. This is funded in collaboration between CIRCUS and the Adviser to the Vice-Chancellor for Campus Gotland.
Registration open until May 25.
Notice of acceptance by 1 June.
Aim of the summer school:
To provide opportunities for capacity-building regarding different kinds of cross-cutting research.
To provide a thorough orientation about the literature on different forms of interdisciplinarity as well as some ‘hands-on’ experience.
To examine the possibilities, challenges and opportunities that come with research collaborations across disciplinary boundaries.
Scholarship: Participants should be able to describe the key concepts used in discussions about interdisciplinarity and summarize some broad tenets of key literature within cross-cutting research.
Practice: Participants should be able to relate common challenges in cross-disciplinary research to tools and practices that can address these challenges.
- Lectures/seminars discussing relevant research on the aforementioned topics.
- Practice-oriented and interactive workshops.
- Language: Flexible with Swedish when possible, English when necessary.
- Single and parallel sessions.
- Summer school faculty is from UU as well as other universities.
We hope to see you at CIRCUS’ Interdisciplinary Summer School 2022!