NOTICIAS

Publicado el 12 de enero de 2018 a las 14h. y 02m. por Charo Llera en General

  • Seminario Elecciones en Cataluña. Salamanca, 16 enero 2018 10:00 h.

Observatorio Global Urnas y Democracia

Ponentes: Macià Serra (Universitat de Girona), Rodrigo Rodrigues-Silveira (Universidad de Salamanca) y Carolina Plaza (Universidad de Salamanca)

Salón de Actos Minor (Aula oo9)| Facultad de Derecho,Salamanca

Organización: Doctorado "Estado de Derecho y Gobernanza Global", Máster "Análisis económico del Derecho y las Políticas Públicas", Máster "Ciencia Política", Máster "Democracia y Buen Gobierno", Máster "Estrategias anticorrupción y políticas de integridad" y FLACSO-España

  • Jornada Historia Ciencia Política en Iberoamérica. Granada, 16 de Feberero

Call for papers

  • Novedades CIS

REIS 161, último número ya disponible

La REIS está disponible en acceso on line libre y gratuito a texto completo. No obstante, la revista seguirá manteniendo la suscripción para su formato en papel, si bien con una reducción de las tarifas.

- El CIS publica“Sociología e historia de la ciudad desconcentrada”, de Raimundo Otero

- “Migraciones y trabajo con personas mayores en las grandes ciudades”, nueva Monografía del CIS

  • Call for Erasmus Mundus Visiting Scholars in Mundus MAPP

The two-year Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in Public Policy-Mundus MAPP is jointly offered by four top-ranked universities: Central European University in Budapest (Hungary), Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (Spain), the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Hague (Netherlands), and the University of York (UK). They offer an integrated curriculum of two academic years, a joint Master of Arts degree in Public Policy which is accredited in four European countries: Hungary, The Netherlands, Spain and the UK. Mundus MAPP, established 10 years ago, has been selected for the prestigious Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree grant under the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union in the summer of 2017 for the third time.

The Mundus MAPP consortium is inviting applications for Erasmus Mundus Visiting Scholar positions for the 2018-2019 academic year. Visits are for 2-8 weeks periods spent at one of the consortium institutions. Selected applicants will receive an Erasmus Mundus visiting scholarship during their stay.

Applicants must have a PhD degree and relevant academic teaching and/or policy related practitioner experience. The consortium welcomes applications candidates who can offer short (e.g. 1 day) workshops focusing on transferable skills relevant to policy studies masters students. Alternatively or in addition, visiting scholars are expected to contribute to running courses and/or giving public lectures and/or participate in research seminars and/or provide thesis supervision support at the host institutions. Scholars may also use the opportunity to make progress with their own research and broadening their scholarly network.

Application deadline: April 1, 2018 (In case the consortium is unable to fill in its Visiting Scholar positions a second deadline may be announced later.)

Application procedure: http://www.mundusmapp.org/visiting-scholars/application-procedure

List of previously hosted scholars:  http://www.mundusmapp.org/visiting-scholars/hosted-scholars

Further inquiries may be addressed to Professor Ágnes Bátory, Mundus MAPP Program Director based at Central European University, via email to Batorya@ceu.edu.