Dear all, we are really sorry to announce that, due to the COVID-19 emergency, the lockdown of universities across Europe and the impossibility to make any prevision on when the pandemia will be over, the 2020 Edition of SUSEES in Leuven has been postponed to 2021. By the end of the year, we will update the website with news about the schedule, the programme and the application procedure for the 2021 edition of SUSEES at KU Leuven. We apologise for any inconvenience that this decision may cause. Kind regards and take care! The SUSEES Team
The Call for Participation to the 2020 Edition of SUSEES is now online. SUSEES 2020 will be held at KU Leuven, Belgium, from 27th to 29th May 2020. Download the SUSEES 2020 Call for Participation. The deadline to apply to the 2020 edition of SUSEES is 15th April 2020. The selection process will end by 20th April 2020. To apply write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Call for Participation to the 2019 Edition of SUSEES is now online. Download the Call from the susees website homepage. The deadline to apply to the 2019 edition of SUSEES is 30th April 2019. The selection process will end by 15th May 2019. To apply write to email@example.com
On 3rd July 2018, Laurent Thévenot, Director of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, FR will give a SUSEES Open Lecture on ‘Sociology of engagements: pragmatic regimes and governing tyrannies‘, as part of the didactic activities of the 2018 edition of SUSEES. The Open Lecture will be held at 9.30am at the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II, Vico Monte della Pietà, 1 – Napoli. The Lecture will be introduced by Gaetano Manfredi (Rector of the University Federico II), Enrica Amaturo (President of the Italian Sociological Association), Roberto Serpieri (Academic Coordinator of SUSEES) and Paolo Landri (IRPPS-CNR). Romuald Normand (University of Strasbourg) and Marco Pitzalis (University of Cagliari) will start the debate as offi...
The deadline to apply to the 2017 edition of SUSEES has been extend to 15th April 2017. The selection process will end by 30th April 2017. To apply write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The European market and the Union are based on, and shaped by, the Four Freedoms. These are the free movement of goods, workers, services and capital, each of which is necessary to create a common economic entity, and sustain a common purpose. Variations exist in the relation of individual countries or services to these common goals, and protectionist policies are still in place. How do the four freedoms unfold in the field of education? This is the subject of the new Call for Papers in the EERJ. Please submit an extended abstract of your planned paper by 1 December 2016.