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Multidisciplinary Workshops by Max Weber Fellows 2017-2018

MRW pageThe core of the Max Weber Programme’s multidisciplinary activities are the  Thematic Research Groups . These Groups are organized on an interdisciplinary basis and bring together Fellows from different disciplines who are working on a similar range of issues.

The Groups have the opportunity to organize one or two workshops each (either two half days or one full day), either in conjunction with a MW Lecturer (Master Classes) or another visiting expert (Multidisciplinary Workshops -MW- by MW Fellows). 


List of MW events by Max Weber Fellows for the academic year 2017-2018

  • 2 March 2018, time tbc 
    ‘Picking up after Brexit: Will the EU’s global power shrink after Britain’s exit?’
    Badia, Emeroteca 
    Organizers: Aydin Yildirim, Robin Markwica, Marina Henke
  • 13 March 2018, time tbc
    ‘Peace from Locals’  
    Badia, Emeroteca 
    Organizers: Akisato Suzuki, Tine Gade, Vivian Gerrand
  • 27 March 2018, 14:00-16:00
    ‘Regulatory Governance Colloquia’ –first seminar session
    Villa Paola, Seminar Room
    Further seminar sessions (same venue and time): 
    16 April 2018, Cedric Ryngaert (Universities of Utrecht and Leuven)
    25 April 2018, Anton Hemerijck (EUI-SPS)
    8 May 2018, Colin Scott (University College Dublin)
    22 May 2018, Alessandra Arcuri (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
    Organizers: Bernardo Rangoni, Matthew Canfield, Ioanna Hadjiyianni, Marta Morvillo, Gemma Scalise
  • 6 April 2018, time tbc
    ‘Moving (between) Cultures: Theories and Practices of Transfer’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Matthew Canfield, Naoko Hosokawa, Mishka Sinha, Blake Smith
  • 20 April 2018, time tbc
    ‘Trust Matters’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Raquel Barradas de Freitas, Sergio Lo Iacono, Marta Morvillo, Carolin Schmitz
  • 23 April 2018, time tbc
    ‘"Science without Conscience is but the Ruin of the Soul” When Practical Challenges Meet Ethical Expectations’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Cyrille Thiebaut , Mirjam Dageförde, Francesca Lagioia, Jamil Mouawad
  • 2 May 2018, time tbc
  • 'European Security in an Age of American Restraint'
    Organizers: Marina Henke, Paul van Hooft
  • 4 May 2018, all day
    ‘Modern Epicureanism - Political Receptions and the Politics of Reception’
    Badia, Theatre
    Preparatory seminar sessions: 
    1 March , Villa Paola, Seminar Room , 14:00-16:00
    5 April (same venue and time)
    Organizer: Jared Holley, Mirjam Dageförde, Jamil Mouawad
  • 4 May 2018, time tbc
    ‘Fears of Trolls and Green Men: Does Hybrid Warfare Work, for Whom, and Where?’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Stefano Marcuzzi, Akisato Suzuki, Paul Van Hooft
  • 7 May 2018, time tbc
    ‘The Role of  Image-Making in the Prevention of Violence’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Vivien Gerrard, Saeed Bagheri, Tine Gade, Katherina Maria Motyl
  • 28 May 2018, time tbc
    ‘Taxation and Fiscal Policy’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Per Andersson, Alexandra Fotiou, Hanna Kleider, Andrea Papadia, Tomasz Zawisza, Zbigniew Truchlewski
  • 12 June 2018, time tbc
    ‘National Political Communities and International Institutions’
    Badia, Emeroteca
    Organizers: Leon Castellanos, Madeleine Dungy 

Go to the abstracts of the MW Fellows workshops 2016-17


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