Veranstaltungskalender G3S

Im Veranstaltungskalender weist die G3S auf Veranstaltungen hin, die für Doktorierende relevant sein könnten. Alle Veranstaltungen können an den curriculären Teil des Promotionstudiums angerechnet werden. 

28 Sep 2022 - 07 Dez 2022
14:15  - 15:45

Ort:
Zoom

Veranstalter:
G3S, Dr. Julia Büchele

Kolloquium / Seminar, Workshop

Applied Qualitative Data Analysis (English Group)

Bi-weekly meeting to support peer-exchange about data analysis
06 Okt 2022 - 15 Dez 2022
17:15  - 18:45

Ort:
Zoom

Veranstalter:
G3S, Dr. Julia Büchele

Kolloquium / Seminar, Workshop

Applied Qualitative Data Analysis (German Group)

Bi-weekly meeting to support peer-exchange about data analysis
07 Dez 2022 - 14 Dez 2022
16:00  - 18:00

Ort:
Zoom

Veranstalter:
G3S, Dr. Julia Büchele

Information Management

Short Workshops on December 7th and 14th
09 Dez 2022
09:00  - 17:00

Ort:
Petersgraben 52, Room -155 (downstairs from main entrance)

Veranstalter:
Dr. Julia Büchele

Workshop

Writing 9-5 with Julia

Join us for collective writing days!
09 Dez 2022
18:00  - 20:00

Ort:
Alte Universität, Hörsaal 101, Rheinsprung 9, Basel

Veranstalter:
G3S in Coorporation with Forschungs-und Studienstelle Schweiz-Türkei/Research Association Switzerland-Turkey (SFST)

Öffentliche Veranstaltung, Gastvorlesung / Vortrag

The Turkish Republic before its Centennial: Towards or Beyond Post-Kemalism?

SFST Annual Lecture 2022 with Prof. Nilüfer Göle
13 Dez 2022
12:15  - 13:15

Ort:
Online via zoom

Veranstalter:
G3S

Kolloquium / Seminar

NEW DATE Noon-Talks 4/6: Freetown: Extractivism and Climate Justice

Brainfood for lunch. Doctoral candidates and researchers from the Departement of Social Sciences present their ongoing research.
20 Dez 2022
12:15  - 13:15

Ort:
Online via zoom

Veranstalter:
G3S

Kolloquium / Seminar

Noon-Talks 6/6: Impacts of the climate crisis on social and infrastructural processes in coastal African cities

Brainfood for lunch. Doctoral candidates and researchers from the Departement of Social Sciences present their ongoing research.