Jointly with the University of Milan, Turin and the Collegio Carlo Alberto, the ECSR co-organizes a Spring School.
Family Complexity and its Implications for Inequality
March 10-14, 2014
Collegio Carlo Alberto, Via Real Collegio 30, Moncalieri (Turin), Italy
The topic for the second edition of the ECSR Spring School is "Family complexity and its implications for inequality".
The School is promoted by ECSR, Collegio Carlo Alberto and by the universities of Milan and Turin in the frame of the NASP-West, Network for the Advancement in Social and Political Studies. It provides high-quality training on leading-edge theories and methodological approaches to the analysis of family complexity in contemporary societies and its consequences for social stratification and inequality. A limited number of doctoral students and young researchers will participate to a five-day, full-immersion course, including:
a) keynote speaches on key current issues in the field;
b) lectures on methodological approaches in family life course research (including Event History Analysis, Sequence Analysis, and sibling models);
c) the opportunity to present their work and have it discussed by leading scholars in the field.
The School is organized by Gabriele Ballarino (University of Milan), Filippo Barbera (Collegio Carlo Alberto and University of Turin), Fabrizio Bernardi (ECSR, EUI) and Juho Härkönen (Stockholm University).
Arnstein Aasve (Bocconi University), Gabriele Ballarino (University of Milan), Pearl Dykstra (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Fabrizio Bernardi (ECSR, EUI), Renzo Carriero (University of Turin), Anette Fasang (Humboldt University and WZB, Berlin), Juho Härkönen (Stockholm Univer-sity), Tiziana Nazio (University of Turin), Chiara Saraceno (Collegio Carlo Alberto), Cristina Solera (University of Turin), and Elizabeth Thomson (University of Wisconsin-Madison and Stockholm University).
) by January, the 25th, and should have included
a) an abstract of the paper that will be presented (up to 500 words);
b) a short summary of PhD thesis project or of current research (up to 3 pages);
c) a brief cv (one page). Priority in admission was be given to students from Institutions that belong to the ECSR.
Admission to the School is free of charge, and the selected applicants will receive full board for the whole working week in Turin. Travel expenses to Turin will not be covered.
Applicants doing their research with Nordic register data can apply for travel grants from the Nordforsk-financed “Register-based Life Course Studies”-project (http://www.sv.uio.no/iss/english/research/networks/nordforsk/).