Work Groups

What is a Work Group and how does it work?

Work Groups should be initiated by Junior Fellows and meet their particular needs. A Work Group is meant to be a forum of discussion; its organisation is up to you. You choose the topics and the thematic or methodological orientation you want to give to your discussions - it all depends on your interests and needs. You choose the format: texts readings, round tables, mini conferences and finally you determine the frequency of the meetings. Junior Fellows at any stage of their work, who are interested in a common topic may gather to exchange thoughts about it.

The Work Groups are part of the requirements of the PhD programme at BIGSAS.


Current Work Groups

BIGSAS currently has 11 Work Groups, they are open and any interested person is encouraged to join:171010_BIGSAS_Seminar_5750k


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