Bergen Summer Research School - Global Development Challenges

Bergen Summer Research School - Global Development Challenges

COURSES (Deadline for Applications 1 March 2011): BSRS offers doctoral courses, plenary lectures, and open public debates. The theme is "Norms, Values, Language, Culture"

20 June - 1 July 2011 | University of Bergen, Norway

Bergen Research Summer School is organized  by the University of Bergen in collaboration with Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Chr. Michelsen Institute, Bergen University College, and UniResearch.

The mission of BSRS  is to offer high quality disciplinary, inter-disciplinary and problem-oriented research-based education to a broad and worldwide audience of doctoral students and junior researcher and to form an international platform for discussion and dissemination of new perspectives on key global challenges.

The follwing courses will be offered in 2011:  
-Climate change narratives 
-Emerging normative regimes 
-Fundamentals of law in globalisation 
-Gender and Globalisation  
-Norms and language  
Visit the BSRS website for more information


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