ISRF Workshops

Beginning with the inaugural Annual Workshop in May 2013 event, the ISRF has run and funded a number of events with the aim to provide a platform for ISRF Fellows to report on their research projects, and also to contribute to broader conversations and discussions across the social sciences.

Coming up...

REFERENDA & EUROSKEPTICISM

2-3 OCTOBER 2018, UNIVERSITEIT LEIDEN & VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT AMSTERDAM

Facilitating conversations around pressing political issues facing Europe – Referenda and Euroskepticism – whilst highlighting the value that publications such as The Conversation can bring to widening public debate.

Contributors include Annelien de Dijn (Professor of Modern Political History, Universiteit Utrecht), Catherine de Vries (Professor of Political Behaviour in Europe, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Stephen Khan (Editor, The Conversation UK), Patrick Overeem (Assistant Professor in Political Theory, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Matt Qvortrup (Professor of Applied Political Science and International Relations, Coventry University) and Geerten Waling (Researcher in History of Democracy, Universiteit Leiden).

Also...

The 2018 ISRF Workshop pursues the line of thought emerging from last year’s ‘Today’s Futures’, that to plan intelligently for the future we need to pay attention to the past. But what happens when social scientists and historians meet and talk? Particularly, when the ISRF’s fellows meet historians of knowledge at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin.