The PhD students of the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics will organize on December 16 their first doctoral study day, on the theme “Governing Capitalism”. The study day will be a series of three round tables, each focused on a specific theme and moderated by a CEE senior researcher and a CEE PhD candidate.
Each round table, two hours long, will begin with three communications of 20 minutes each, followed by a discussion by the moderators, and will be concluded by a questions-answers session. The goal is then to show how PhD candidates in social sciences can contribute to academical debates, while being understood by the widest audience.
Only PhD students can propose a communication for one or more round tables*. The proposals must be 1000 words long and be sent along with a presentation paragraph indicating the research themes and the attachment unit of the candidate. The deadline has recently been extended, so be sure to check it out.
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