Forwarded through Aalto Sustanability Hub:
We are organizing a workshop series titled Sustainable consumption, everyday life and social change. The call for applications to participate in the workshops is open until 30 January.
This workshop series, funded by the Joint Committee for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS), aims to provide new insights into the role of everyday practices in social change and environmental sustainability. With the hope of establishing a strong research network of early-career Nordic scholars, the long-term objective is cross-national and interdisciplinary research collaborations.
The workshops are divided into three themes: (1) contemporary research in the Nordic countries, (2) future theoretical and methodological challenges, and (3) policy and interventions. The workshops will be held in Helsinki (April 2-3, 2020), Copenhagen (December 2020) and Uppsala (early fall 2021). Funding for travel costs is provided for the participants.
We now invite applications from early-career researchers from Nordic Countries in the first workshop at the University of Helsinki, April 2-3. Deadline for applications is January 30th. Applicants are notified by February 7th. Application form: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/102210/lomake.html
More information: https://blogs.helsinki.fi/nonesco/workshop-1/
Senja Laakso, Nicklas Neuman, Anders Rhiger and Tullia Jack
Senja Laakso, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre for Consumer Society Research, Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science (HELSUS)