ISS to coordinate a research network supported by a NAWA grant

 

The ISS will coordinate the project received by the University of Warsaw from the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) under the Academic International Partnerships program. The funds from the Academic International Partnerships programme will be used to build a research network consisting of research units from France (EHESS in Paris and the University of Strasbourg), Germany (University of Bonn), Norway (University of Oslo), Italy (University of Bologna) and Poland (University of Warsaw). On the part of the University of Warsaw, the Robert Zajonc Institute of Social Studies will be involved in building the network together with the Institute of Sociology. The main task of the network will be to develop the relational paradigm in social sciences.

UW laureatem konkursów Narodowej Agencji Wymiany Akademickiej

Conference invitation “”EQUAL BEFORE THE STATE?” Sept. 20, 2019.

ISS  with Center for French Cultural Studies, University of Warsaw (OKFiSF UW) and Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw (IS UW) invite you to participate in the French-Polish Conference: “EQUAL BEFORE THE STATE? CRITICAL SOCIAL RESEARCH OF PUBLIC POLICIES AND PUBLIC ACTION” to be held on 20 September 2019 (Friday) at the University of Warsaw, ul. Dobra 55, room 3.014.

Please find the program and detailed description of the conference here

Registration is required at email address: iss@uw.edu.pl  or at Facebook conference webpage: https://www.facebook.com/events/2286240878306071/  Deadline: 15th September (limited number of places).

Ukazała się książka “Kariery akademickie kobiet i mężczyzn: różne czy podobne?” pod red. R.Siemieńskiej

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Nakładem Wydawnictwa Naukowego Scholar ukazała się praca zbiorowa pt. “Kariery akademickie kobiet i mężczyzn: różne czy podobne?” pod redakcją prof. Renaty Siemieńskiej. Powstała ona w ramach realizowanego w ISS UW projektu badawczego Programu Polsko-Norweska Współpraca Badawcza. Więcej pod linkiem: https://scholar.com.pl/pl/3854-kariery-akademickie-kobiet-i-mezczyzn-br-rozne-czy-podobne.html

Valentin Behr otrzymał grant NCN typu OPUS

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Dr Valentin Behr otrzymał grant NCN typu OPUS na realizację w ISS projektu pt. “Polska władza wykonawcza: pochodzenie społeczne, kariery i zasoby jej przedstawicieli. Wkład do socjologii polskiego pola władzy (1988-2020)”. Gratulujemy! Więcej informacji o projekcie: https://ncn.gov.pl/…/…/2018-09-14/streszczenia/430271-pl.pdf

Seminar “”Social network and social field: Different methods, metaphors or similar relational visions of the social world?”.

ISS  invites you to the seminar “Social network and social field: Different methods, metaphors or similar relational visions of the social world?”. (IN POLISH)

The seminar will be held in Polish on June 7, 2019 (Friday), ul. Stawki 5/7, Warsaw, room 93 (building of the Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw), from 13.30-18.30. Programme

Information: ISS UW iss@uw.edu.pl tel. 22 831 51 53
Event page on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/350432855586988/ (we encourage you to register). You’re welcome!

ISS honored Eugene Burnstein

On April 18, 2019 ISS honored University of Michigan Professor Emeritus Eugene Burnstein for his long-term support of the cooperation and exchanges between the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research (ISR) and the University of Warsaw. In honor of Dr. Burnstein and the “Eugene and Martha Burnstein University of Warsaw social sciences scholars exchange fund at the University of Michigan” a plaque commemorating his contributions has been unveiled at ISS. The ceremony attended by the vice-rector of the Univesity of Warsaw professor Anna Giza-Poleszczuk and several of the former ISS directors was followed by a reception for students and faculty. Photos