Advanced research methods: Multivoice/perspectivity in historical research, teaching and memoralization

The Norwegian Graduate School in History invite PhDs in history to a workshop in Paris, Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris, CUNP,  November 14th - 16th, with the topic "Multivoice/perspectivity in historical  research, teaching and memoralization."

Application: Deadline September 21. Notice of acceptance by September 26. Deadline for complete papers (max 20 pages), October 15, which then will be pre-circulated among all participants.

Costs: No course fee. Hotel rooms for three nights, lunches and dinners are covered by the organizers. Travels are paid and booked by the participants.

Pyramiden utenfor Louvre i kveldsbelysning. Foto.

Pyramide de Louvre.

Photo: Frank P. Silye

Call for papers:

The workshop will consist of presentations and discussions of the PhDs' papers and keynote lectures from invited researchers. The aim is to highlight the possibilities and potential problems that can arise from a multivoice/perspectivity in historical research, teaching and memoralization. We hope that the workshop will serve to inspire theoretical reflection and to heighten the awareness of the general aspects of the participants' own projects.

Before the course starts, each PhD student will prepare a paper for pre-circulation, addressing your research project preferably in relation to the course theme.

The workshop is organized by The department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo on behalf of the Norwegian Graduate School in History. The workshop will commence on the morning of November 14th and end with lunch on the 16th.

Detailed programme and reading list will be ready October 1.

 

The researchers at the workshop will be:

John Peter Collett, professor (organizer and discussant) UiO

 

Carine Germond, associate professor, NTNU (lecturer)

 

Jack Thomas, professor emeritus, Univ de Toulouse Jean Jaurès-le Mirail (lecturer and discussant). 

 

Frédérique Harry, maître de conférences, Univ de Paris la Sorbonne (discussant)

 

Guillaume Lachenal, maître de conférences Univ de Paris Diderot  (lecturer and discussant)

 

Emmanuelle Perez, maître de conférences, Univ de Toulouse Jean Jaurès - le Mirail (lecturer and discussant)
 

Required work:

- Preparatory reading of a curriculum of no more than 300 pages to be distributed electronically to all participants

- Submission of a paper of no more than 20 pages. The paper should be equipped with a brief discussion of the PhD project as a whole and with a few general questions or problems for discussion at the workshop. The workshop language is English.

- Participation in all course activities every day, including dinner and lunches, is mandatory.

- Active participation in discussions of all papers and seminars is required.

- The course language is English.

- Active participation in discussions of all papers and lectures

- Credits: 3 ECTS


Costs:

All participants must organize and pay for their own travel.

No course fee. Hotel rooms for three nights, lunches and dinners are covered by the organizers (From November 14 until lunch November 16).

Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris, CUNP & Norwegian Graduate School in History will be responsible for accomodations. 

NB! External participants from institutions outside of the partnership of Norwegian Graduate School in History must expect to pay a substantial fee (tbd) to participate.

 

Deadlines and applications: 

Deadline for applications is September 21th, 2018. The application should include the title of the PhD project and a brief abstract - no more than half a page.

Applicants from partner institutions of the Norwegian Graduate School in History will be prioritized  

Notice of admission will be given no later than September 26th.

Deadline for the submission of papers is October 15th.

 

To apply, please fill out the application form.

Questions ca be sent to: 

John Peter Collett, j.p.collett@iakh.uio.no, with a copy to 

Ragnar Holst Larsen, ragnahl@iakh.uio.no.

 

Partner institutions of the Norwegian Graduate School in History are:

Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet (NTNU) - Det humanistiske fakultet

Universitetet i Agder - Institutt for religion, filosofi og historie

Universitetet i Bergen - Institutt for arkeologi, historie, kultur- og religionsvitskap

Universitetet i Oslo - Institutt for arkeologi, konservering og historie,

Universitetet i Tromsø - Institutt for arkeologi, historie, religionsvitenskap og teologi

Nord Universitet - Fakultet for samfunnsvitenskap

Høgskulen i Volda - Samfunnsfag og historie

Handelshøyskolen BI - Institutt for rettsvitenskap og styring

Published Sep. 10, 2018 1:24 PM - Last modified Sep. 14, 2021 8:14 PM