[Equal] CFP: Career Patterns in European HE
Katharina von Salis
vonsalis at pop.mydiax.ch
Sat Sep 14 03:51:02 CEST 2002
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>Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 10:55:46 +0200
>From: RTN - Women in European Universities <eu.network at uni-muenster.de>
>Call for Papers
>ECPR Workshop in Edinburgh
>28th March to 2nd April 2003
>Long and winding roads?
>Career patterns in European Higher Education
>At the beginning of the 21st century systems of higher education are
>challenged by the globalisation of knowledge production and the
>expansion of highly qualified labour in industrialised societies. The
>future of European universities depends on their ability to organize the
>working processes teaching, research and service - more
>The intention of the workshop is to connect two different aspects the
>structure and policies of higher education systems and their
>implications on the academic career tracks and evaluate them in a
>European comparative perspective. Against this background, we would like
>to address the national as well as the institutional level. We are
>interested in participants who focus at least on one of the following
>- How and to what extent do national higher education policies shape the
>working conditions and career patterns in academia? How do national
>higher education policies affect the gender gap in academia?
>- How do higher education institutions use their organisational scopes
>to constitute career support for their academic staff? What policies and
>programs do they implement (e.g. affirmative action programs, graduate
>training) and how successful are those measures?
>- How do academics deal with their national career perspectives in
>higher education? Do working conditions and career perspectives on the
>one hand correlate with the international mobility of researchers on the
>other hand? Under which circumstances does academic staff drop-out from
>a career in sciences?
>The deadline for submissions is 1st December 2002. Those whose abstracts
>are accepted for the workshop will be notified by 25th January 2003.
>The final version of the accepted papers must be send to the organizers
>latest on 8th March 2003 (max. 15 pages with 1,5 space).
>To submit a paper proposal (abstract of 300-400 words; max. 2 pages) or
>for additional information, please contact Prof. Dr. Renata Siemienska,
>Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw, Stawki 5/7, 00-324
>Warsaw/Poland (Tel: +48 (22) 826 55 91) (email: siemiens at optimus.waw.pl)
>or Prof. Dr. Annette Zimmer, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Institut
>für Politikwissenschaft, Scharnhorststr. 100, 48151 Münster/Germany
>(Tel: +49 (251) 832 53 25) (email: zimmean at uni-muenster.de).
>Research and Training Network
>"Women in European Universities"
>Prof. Dr. Annette Zimmer
>Telefax: int.+49-(0)251 - 83 29356
>Network office: int.+49-(0)251 - 83 25393
>Secretariat: int.+49-(0)251 - 83 29357
>E-mail: eu.network at uni-muenster.de
Dr. Katharina von Salis
Tel. 0041 1 784 74 08
Fax 0041 1 687 15 05
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