ECD Events

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The application season for postdoctoral funding and fellowships is once again in full swing. Making sense of funding opportunities and the challenges of applying for them can be tough. To support its early-career members with the next steps in their career, EISA is delighted to offer two related events intended to provide guidance on applications for fellowships in the United Kingdom and in other European countries.

More information about the second event "Post-Doctoral funding in other European countries" coming soon !

 

 


Post-Doctoral funding in the UK took place on 1st November 2021:

The speakers offered details about available fellowships and funding schemes in the United Kingdom and sharedpersonal experiences of applying and (sometimes) securing grants. Moreover, the event focused on giving helpful practical tips on the main stages of the application process and offered  opportunities for discussion and Q&A.

Thank you to all speakers and participants ! 

 

Speakers

Peter Stephenson

Faculty Research Development Manager at Queen’s University Belfast

Catherine Charrett

Senior Lecturer at University of Westminster

Corina Lacatus

Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London

 

Chair

Adam Lerner 

Royal Holloway, University of London

Past ECD events

 

ECD IR Café: Critical International Relations

Organised within PEC 2021 Conference on 16 September 2021

the Café brought leading voices around a virtual table to ponder, relay, and engage with assumptions, epistemologies and political praxis that are actively working against/from within/in parallel with the porous boundaries of classic understandings of our discipline.

 

Demystifying Publishing: Going Beyond the Mainstream

Organised within PEC 2021 Conference on 15 September 2021

The scope of this panel is to demystify the publishing process as well as other challenges associated with early career engagement and advancement in the discipline of International Relations (IR). The point is not simply to shed light on current publishing processes, but also to discuss coping strategies that enable the pursuit of research agendas under the pressing conditions of today’s publishing and academic environment.

 

Silences are Political! Unpacking Silences as International Politics

Organised on 3 February 2021

Silences are powerful political acts in international politics. They can obscure, discriminate, and marginalise, denying voice and visibility. They are thus political and need to be inquired. Yet, they are sometimes taken for granted as concepts and areas of research. This Café aimed to discuss silences in international politics.

 

Fieldwork and COVID19: Assessing the Impact of Covid19 on Early Career Scholars pt. 2

Organised on 20 January 2021

The aim was to foster a broad discussion on how the Covid-19 crisis and related lockdown measures is affecting early career scholars in international studies across countries. We discussed what new research avenues and practices are emerging in the midst of crisis, and will start a reflection on the changing nature of academic work and career trajectories.

 

Fieldwork and COVID19: A Collective Discussion on Disrupted Fieldwork pt.1

Organised on 14 December 2020.

This roundtable provided an opportunity for junior and senior scholars to come together in an informal round to talk about ways in which the global pandemic has, and will, influence early-career fieldwork research. We focused specifically on fieldwork and the impact of COVID19 on our practices of and approaches to fieldwork and collectively discuss how we can adapt to the new context.

 

Virtual IR Café on Militarism

Organised by the Early Career Development group of the EISA on 26 November 2020, this was the first in a series of IR Café events.

While war, militarism and the use of force are core themes in IR, they are sometimes taken for granted as concepts and areas of research. This IR Café discussed militarism and how we have approached the military in our research and political work.