Appel à communications : Workshop “New Modalities for Democratic Autonomy for Minorities that do not entail Dismembering States”, Anakara, 15-18/05/2015 — LIMITE : 30/03/2015
Workshop “New Modalities for Democratic Autonomy for Minorities that do not entail Dismembering States”
School of Politics International Relations and Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast, and, the Ankara University Faculty of Political Sciences, with the generous support of the British Council, calls for applications from early carrier researchers with a doctoral standing of less than ten years to participate in the British Council Researcher Links Workshop to be held at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Ankara from 15th to 18th May 2015.
The workshop is an intense research meeting for the evaluation and discussion of ideas and models for democratic autonomy for cultural and national minorities within the framework of a multination state. Fifteen early career researchers form UK and fifteen early career researchers from Universities in the Turkish Republic will be invited for four days to Ankara. Full expenses will be paid to those selected to participate in the workshop.
Criteria for the selection of candidates from Turkey:
Applicants will be selected in accordance to the following criteria:
a) A doctoral standing of ten years or less.
b) A 250 word abstract of a paper proposal with a title, showing the ability to present a paper closely related to the topic of the workshop.
c) An affiliation to a Higher Education Institution in Turkey.
The criteria for selection are:
1) A demonstrable research interest on the topic of the workshop, ideally through a PhD thesis and publications
2) A demonstrable ability to present a paper closely related to the topic of the workshop, and a demonstrable ability to convert this paper into a chapter for an edited collection that will result from the workshop.
There are no application forms.
An application must consist of: A NOT MORE than 250 word abstract for a 20 minute presentation with a title, of on a theme closely related to the topic of the workshop.
All applicants must indicate in writing that if selected, they are able and willing to travel to Ankara all expenses paid, from 14 to 19 May 2015.
A SHORT CV (not more than half of an A4 page) indicating and email address and institutional affiliation date of completion of doctoral dissertation, and relevant recent publications.
THE DEADLINE FOR THE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS FROM TURKEY IS FRIDAY 20 MARCH midnight GMT.
Late applications will not be considered. Successful applicants will be notified on or before Monday 30 March. If you do not hear from us by that date, please assume that you have not been selected.
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