Day of Doctoral Research at the Faculty for Social Sciences, University of Vienna

I am invited to present my dissertation at the Day of Doctoral Research, 4th of October, of the Faculty for Social Sciences at the University of Vienna. PhD Students from all of the Faculty’s departments – anthropology, political sciences, sociology, nursing science, science studies and communication sciences – are going to exhibit a poster of their dissertation research and discuss their work in the auditorium of the AKH-campus.

In addition to the presentations (2.30-3.30 and 6.00-7.00pm), the day includes a workshop discussion on academic careers in the social sciences (3.30-4.30pm) and on science communication (5.00-6.00pm). The latter is chaired by Armin Wolf. The day finishes with a science slam at 7pm and a reception afterwards.

More information on the website and in the programme.

Looking forward seeing you there!

 

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4th Week for Junior Research at the Department of Sociology, University of Vienna

Entrance Hall – Department of Sociology, University of Vienna

I will be part of this year’s week for junior research at the Department of Sociology, University of Vienna. From Wednesday the 2nd until Friday 4th of May 2012, graduates from the Department of Sociology and selected research institutions present and discuss their master thesis or PhD work. Check out my Steckbrief for the catalogue and the poster below (click here to get a better view):

I am going to present my poster during the daily ‘Walkaround’ in the foyer of the Institute of Sociology (Rooseveltplatz 2) on Wednesday, the 2nd of May at 6pm. Afterwards, at 7pm, Prof. Ravinder Barn from the Royal Holloway College, University of London, is going to talk on ‘Interculturalism in Europe: Fact, Fad or Fiction – The deconstruction of a theoretical idea’. The day ends with a ‘Powerpoint-Karaoke’ which promises to be a playful finish (please click here for more information on this indeed funny and amusing idea).

The week involves student’s presentations, talks and a final ‘sociological dinner’ on Friday, 4th of May. For more information please check the programme’s website. You can also find a detailed programme flyer here. Looking forward seeing you there!