FASoS Research

Aline Sierp gives opening keynote at Johns Hopkins SAIS Bologna

Aline Sierp has given the opening keynote at the ‘Perspectives for Europe’ conference at the Johns Hopkins University, SAIS Bologna organised by the Studienstiftung.

She spoke about ‘The European Integration Process – The Role and Impact of History, Memory and Identity’. The keynote was followed by a four day programme in and around Bologna.

Continuation Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music

Zuyd University, philharmonie zuidnederland and Maastricht University will continue their collaboration in the Maastricht Centre for the Innovation of Classical Music (MCICM) for the next four years.

Over the past four years, the three partners have already worked together in the MCICM. Financially supported by the Province of Limburg, the partners conducted research into innovations in classical music practice.

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Imogen Liu awarded YERUN mobility grant

Imogen Liu has been granted a Research Mobility Award 2022 by the Young European Universities Research Network (YERUN).

The funding will support a one-week stay in the Department of Political Science at the University of Antwerp next year where she will develop her next research project on Chinese financial infrastructures in Europe.

REBUILD – Call for Abstracts on NextGenEU

The Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence REBUILD just published the Call: “Next Generation EU: Furthering Economic, Legal and Fiscal Integration”. Scholars from both law and political economy are welcome to submit their abstract and a short CV by Tuesday 18 October 2022.

You will find more details in this call and on this webpage.

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Virtual Reality in Teaching: Call for Pilot Projects

The Plant: Playground and Laboratory for New Technologies has partnered with the DEX Lab (Digital Experience Laboratory) at SBE, and together with the other UM faculties they will run a series of pilot projects to explore how can Virtual Reality be effectively used in education.

Are you interested in implementing a VR pilot in your courses during this academic year? Contact Thom Frissen (education coordinator at the Plant) to discuss this further.

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FASoS visiting fellow policy has been updated

If you are considering inviting someone for a research stay at FASoS, please keep in mind the procedures that apply – these have recently been updated.

Click here for the intranet page on visiting scholars.

Contact the Research Support Office if you have any questions via research-fasos@maastrichtuniversity.nl.

Ethnography group resumes again for academic year

Do you use ethnographic methods in your research or teaching? Do you want to exchange and discuss experiences with fellow ethnographers?

Consider joining the Ethnography Group!

Since 2013, the Ethnography Group has grown into an interdisciplinary group of over 100 researchers and teachers from Faculties across the university who meet to discuss ethnographic concerns every month, usually the last Thursday of the month from 16.00 – 17.30.

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Luca Vanello opens installations, workshop and exhibition

Recently two installations, a workshop and an exhibition from FASoS PhD candidate Luca Vanello have opened.

Opportunity to apply for China Scholarship Council PhD students

UM and the China Scholarship Council (CSC) collaborate to provide high-quality research training to qualified students from China. Selected candidates take a full PhD study at UM.

Interested in integrating a Chinese PhD into your research project? Kindly submit a project proposal to the Research Support Office by 12 September via an email to Kim van Honk.

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Online exhibition: The Archive In Development

The exhibition ‘The Archive in Development’ is now available in an online format, including an audio tour. It is a digital representation of the physical exhibition that was on display at IHLIA until the beginning of May, curated by Noah Littel.

Littel zooms in on snapshots from the history of the Dutch Lesbian Archives, the Documentation Centre for Gay Studies, and the International Information Centre and Archive for the Women’s Movement (IIAV).

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