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European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Summer School on Methods in Normative Political Theory/Philosophy: Political Epistemology

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Summer School on Methods in Normative Political Theory/Philosophy: Political Epistemology

The ECPR Kantian Standing Group organise series of summer schools on methods in normative political theory/philosophy. Previous schools were organised in 2014 (Keele), 2015 (Keele – organised jointly with the Political Theory Standing Group) and 2016 (Limerick – organised jointly with the Political Theory Standing Group). This year the summer school will take place at the University of Siegen, organised as a collaboration of Keele University and the University of Siegen.
The School gives 15 graduate students and postdoctoral researchers working in the field of moral and political theory/philosophy a unique opportunity to exchange research and teaching ideas with colleagues from other universities and research institutes.
The narrative of the Summer School’s theme and other details about the event may be found on our websites:

Website: https://www.keele.ac.uk/ecprsummerschool/

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/summerschoolkeele. (Do 'Like' us if you can!)

Applications:

The application deadline is 15 July. Confirmation of participation will be sent by email by 22 July.
For the details of the application procedure, please go to the Summer School’s website and facebook page.
Applicants are advised to book travel only after having received acceptance of their academic application.
All delegates must present a conference-style paper (around 25 minutes) based on their current research. 
A title and abstract of the paper must be given at the time of application. Full papers (3,000-5,000 words) must be submitted ahead of the event.  Details for submitting papers will be available closer to the deadline.

Funding:

The summer school is supported financially by the British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowship “Dealing Ethically with Deep Conflicts: A Dual Critical-Hermeneutic Account” and by the European Consortium for Political Research. We will be able to offer free accommodation and breakfast and lunch to the participants during the Summer School. Depending on costs and the funding available, we plan to make available some refunding for the travel expenses as well.

Conditions of eligibility for the Travel Grant:

  1. Be from an ECPR member institution who have paid their annual membership fee (you can check to see if your institution is a paid member here: http://ecprnet.eu/Membership/CurrentMembers.aspx)
  2. Not be receiving any other funding to attend the Summer School; i.e. must be self-funded
  3. Be subject to adequate academic performance during the Summer School, as assessed by the Summer School organisers.

They must also be able to produce the relevant documentation related to their expenses (i.e. boarding passes/train tickets/hotel receipts etc.). Any claims must be received by the end of this year (deadline 25 July 2018)

Further Information:

Inquiries concerning the academic programme can be sent to ruhi.demiray@uni-siegen.de 

 

This Summer School is organised with the support of British Academy, the European Consortium for Political Research, University of Siegen, Keele University, the Keele-Oxford-St Andrews Kantian (KOSAK) Research Centre, and the Zentrum für Kommentarische Interpretationen zu Kant (ZetKIK). 

 

Kind regards,

the Summer School Convener,

Dr. Ruhi Demiray