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Daily Summary

The Winter School takes place at the Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences (BAGSS) - Feldkirchenstraße 21, 96052 Bamberg.

 Friday 2 March  Location
10:00-13:00 Registration for Short and Main courses (you only need to register once) WS office, main entrance, ground floor foyer, main building
13:00-15:00 and 15:30-17:00  Short Courses (3.5 hours teaching) Main building or computer labs
 Saturday 3 March  
09:00-14:30 or 11:00-16:30  Short Courses (4 hours teaching) Main building or computer labs
09:00-11:30 Registration for Main courses WS office, main entrance, ground floor foyer, main building
Sunday 4 March  
18:00-21:00 Welcome 'Plenary' Address and Reception - you can also register for Main during the reception DO2A/Aula, Dominikanerstraße 2a. 96049
Monday 5 to Friday 9 March  
09:00-12:30 or 14:00-17:30 Main courses. Courses are taught either morning or afternoon. Please note some courses require you to work from your own laptops as lecture rooms do not include computers. Please check with your Instructor. Main building or computer labs.
Monday 5 March  

From 08:00

Registration WS office, main entrance, ground floor foyer, main building.
Tuesday 6 March  
13:00-13:45

Course Taster Sessions

The ‘Course Taster’ sessions cover four courses from the broad WSMT offer. The instructor of each course presents a short 25 minute ‘course taster’ lecture on his/her course topic; this is followed by a short questions & answers session. This format enables you to get a clearer picture of the core assumptions, goals and ‘toolbox’ contained within each course. There are two successive sessions, over the lunchtime break on Tuesday and Wednesday, with two parallel course taster sessions.
No pre-registration is required. You may bring a cold lunch e.g. sandwich.

Course Taster Session 1A - course TBC

Course Taster Session 1B - course TBC

Session 1A: Room F21/01.35, first floor, main building

Session 1B: Room F21/01.37, first floor, main building
Wednesday 7 March  
13:00-13:45

Course Taster Sessions

The ‘Course Taster’ sessions cover four courses from the broad WSMT offer. The instructor of each course presents a short 25 minute ‘course taster’ lecture on his/her course topic; this is followed by a short questions & answers session. This format enables you to get a clearer picture of the core assumptions, goals and ‘toolbox’ contained within each course. There are two successive sessions, over the lunchtime break on Tuesday and Wednesday, with two parallel course taster sessions.
No pre-registration is required. You may bring a cold lunch e.g. sandwich.

Course Taster Session 2A - course TBC

Course Taster Session 2B - course TBC

Session 1A: Room F21/01.35, first floor, main building

Session 1B: Room F21/01.37, first floor, main building
Thursday 8 March  
12:45-13:45

Convince Us sessions

Friendly, informal lunchtime workshops giving junior scholars the chance to present their ideas to more experienced researchers, and to get feedback on the methodological aspects of their work. No need to book; just come along.

Session 1

Chair Lea Sgier University of Geneva

Ivanna Machitidze International Black Sea University
Pan-Slavism and Popular Culture: the Case of Ukraine’s Breakaway Regions
Discussant Frederic Schaffer University of Massachusetts Amherst

Suleyman Altiparmak Exeter University
Reflexivist Methodology in terms of Diachronic and Synchronic
Discussant Robert Adcock American University

Session 2

Chair Philippe Blanchard University of Warwick 

Andrezza Nogueira University of Minho
Analysing the Dynamic of Advocacy Coalitions in Policy Change: The Struggle Against Domestic Violence in Brazil’s Public Agenda
Discussant Hilde van Meegdenburg Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Felipe Luiz Lima de Paulo University of Minho
Understanding Policy Adoption and Failure of the Ecological Fiscal Transfers Across Brazilian States
Discussant Milos Popovic Columbia University

F21/01.35 & 01.37, first floor, main building
Friday 9 March  
16:00 Deadline for ID card refunds from WS office  
18:00 Close of Winter School office  

 


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