The PhD students of the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics will organize at the end of November 2021 (exact date to be determined)* their third doctoral study day, on the theme “The many hands of the State: Spaces, Actors and Instrument of the Recomposing of Public Action” (PDF 99 Ko). The study day will be composed of a series of four round tables of 1h30, each based on a specific theme and several communications discussed by a senior researcher and a PhD student of the Centre. The goal is to show how PhD students in social sciences can enrich an academic debate, while being approachable by a larger audience.
Only PhD students can propose a communication for one or more round tables. Communication proposals should be no longer than 1000 words and have to be sent by September 30, along with a paragraph presenting the candidate, his/her research themes and his/her research unit. The study day’s communications will be selected before October 15.
The candidates are encouraged, as far as possible, to present comparative works on European cases, however there is no restriction of discipline, geographical area or theoretical approach given the communication’s proposals fit the issues of the round tables.
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