UNIADRION SUMMER SCHOOL - DEADLINE JULY 10, 2019
The second edition of the Summer school on “Migration and mobility in the Balkans”, organized by UniAdrion and the Marche Polytechnic University is going to take place in Ancona (Italy) form the 9th to the 13th of September 2019.
The school intends to provide an intensive training course for Master and PhD students, young researchers and officers who are interested in the current economic and socio-demographic situation of the Balkans.
The main focus of the lectures will be on migration and mobility dynamics. Lecturers will discuss the past and current trends in such phenomena, their socio-economic determinants and effects with a specific reference to the Balkan region. An interdisciplinary approach will be adopted by covering a wide range of disciplines: economics, sociology, geography, demography, political science and international relations.
The school is organized as part of the UniAdrion activities and will encourage an integrated dialogue among young scholars coming from Universities of the Adriatic - Ionian region. The exchange will benefit also from the presence of a distinguished Faculty made up of experts in migration research and/or in the economic and social analysis of the Balkan region.
This year edition will host lecturers of key relevance in the European academic scenario, such as Russel King, from Sussex University, Milica Uvalic, from the University of Perugia, Giulia Bettin, from Marche Polytechnic University, Stefano Bianchini, from the University of Bologna, Eralba Cela, from the University of Milan and INRCA, and others.
The Summer school fee, as well as meals and accommodation, will be covered by Marche Polytechnic University, whereas travel expenses to and from Ancona will be on participants.
Please find attached below the official call and the application form. The deadline for submission is July 10, 2019.
All details and further information are available at: https://bit.ly/2I6Uk4x.
Call for application - UniAdrion Summer School Second Edition