Discussing about Diverse Economies with prof. Katherine Gibson

On June 27th 2017, the Rural Sociology Group in collaboration with SUSPLACE and in conjuction with the CSPS Conference ‘The Value of Life’ organised a masterclass on Performative Practices for Diverse Economies with prof. Katherine Gibson (Western Sydney University) – visiting scientist in SUSPLACE.
The masterclass was well attended, with more than 25 PhDs, researchers and professors … read more »

Masterclass prof. Katherine Gibson – Performative Practices for Diverse Economies

Join us now! For a unique masterclass with prof. Katherine Gibson (Western Sydney University), internationally known for her research on rethinking economies and involved in SUSPLACE as a visiting scientist.
When: Tuesday June 27, 2017 from 9.30 – 12.30 (CET)
Where: Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands. Exact location to be announced
The masterclass is organised in conjunction with … read more »

Final opportunity to participate in the SUSPLACE Autumn School 2017

We offer a final opportunity to participate in the SUSPLACE Autumn School 2017 ‘Shaping Places, Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries’, hosted by the University of Aveiro, Portugal and taking place from October 2-6, 2017. We welcome applications from PhD candidates and Early Stage Researchers, and encourage  participants to bring in their own research projects and proceedings.The Autumn School focuses … read more »

People make places

Lisbon Giant Street Art. Picture by Kevin Poh. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinpoh/5140012026 under Creative Commons license.
“People make places”. With this sentence the journalist of Click, a Portuguese radio program from the national radio Antena 1, introduced and tried to summarize SUSPLACE and what we are doing regarding sustainable place-shaping practices, initiatives, values and local resources. During … read more »

Early Stage Researcher position ‘Social Economy, Social Entrepreneurship’ vacant again

The SUSPLACE Early Stage Researchers (ESR) position ‘Social economy, social entrepreneurship’ is vacant again. The current ESR accepted another position. We are looking for an Early Stage Researcher to be appointed for the remaining 24 months. The ESR position is hosted by the Latvia University – Faculty of Social Sciences. The position is open for … read more »

SUSPLACE Autumn School 2017: Open for application

The SUSPLACE Autumn School ‘Shaping Places, Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries’ is hosted by the University of Aveiro, Portugal and takes place From October 2-6, 2017. The Autumn School focuses on interdisciplinary approaches towards sustainable place-shaping.
SUSPLACE is a MSCA ITN project on sustainable place-shaping funded by the EU-commission with 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) working on 15 … read more »

Interactions between human and environment: an account of the DENVI 2nd annual meeting

 
Siri, Angela and Sara presenting the poster of the SUSPLACE project
By Angela Moriggi, Sara Grenni, Siri Pisters
The Doctoral Programme in Interdisciplinary Environmental Sciences (DENVI) at the University of Helsinki hosted its 2nd Annual Meeting on February 6-7, 2017. Sara, Angela and Siri – the group of ESRs based in Helsinki at the Natural Resources Institute … read more »

SUSPLACE Autumn School 2017 – ‘Shaping Places, Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries’

SUSPLACE Autumn School 2017 ‘Shaping Places, Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries’
October 1- 6, 2017
University of Aveiro, Portugal
From October 1- 6, 2017 SUSPLACE organises an intensive one-week Autumn School at the University of Aveiro, Portugal. The SUSPLACE Autumn School will focus on interdisciplinary approaches towards sustainable place-shaping.
SUSPLACE is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network funded by the … read more »

RegPol² – Research on the development of peripheral regions

RegPol² consortium on excursion in the Tatra Mountains, Slovakia
RegPol²
By Lummina Horlings
The European Marie Curie ITN project RegPol² on Socio-economic and Political Responses to Regional Polarisation in Central and Eastern Europe centres on new patterns of regional disparities between metropolised regions and the remaining parts of Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. The program is coordinated by The … read more »