October 1-15, 2021 | Online
The Consortium for European Symposia on Turkey (CEST) works to advance research on Turkey and create opportunities for early career scholars and doctoral students in Turkey and Europe by organizing academic events and promoting the exchange of ideas and networking among scholars.
CEST is delighted to announce its first Summer/Fall School. The two-week programs are designed to support participants’ individual research projects, provide training in specific research areas, encourage the participants to present their work in a transdisciplinary framework, and develop career-building skills such as academic writing and grant writing. It will be held online from October 1 to 15, 2021.
The theme of the first virtual CEST Summer/Fall School is Intersectionality. Originating in critical race and gender studies, intersectionality provides a framework to understand intersecting systems of domination, social relations and structures (e.g., ethnicity, class, gender and sexuality, religion) that (re)produce power structures, privileges and inequalities. While intersectionality has been integrated into various disciplines ranging from the humanities and social sciences to law and economy, it also has come under criticism. The first CEST Summer/Fall School will address the challenges of incorporating intersectionality as a theoretical framework into empirical and non-empirical research designs, while taking into consideration its limits and pitfalls.
The CEST Summer/Fall school is open to graduate students (enrolled in MA and PhD programs) and early career scholars (no more than two years since PhD) in Turkey and Europe whose research interest is relevant to intersectionality in the context of Turkey.
Applicants should submit a letter of motivation, their CV and research exposé of no more than 2,000 words in English via email by July 5, 2021, using the subject heading “CEST Intersectionality Summer/Fall School.” The exposé should lay out your research design, methodological approach, data/empirical material (if applicable), and expected/preliminary findings. Please send your applications in one single pdf document titled “name_surname_brief project title” to firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected participants will be invited by mid-July. There is no application or registration fee. The CEST Summer/Fall School is free of charge to all selected participants.
October 1st to October 15th, 2021
extended to July 5th, 2021
Tuition and Fees
There is no application or registration fee. The CEST Summer/Fall School is free of charge to all selected participants.
More information here.