Pathway politics and the nation state in transitions: Insights from the Royal Geographical Society Conference 2016

Both a conference report and a reflection piece, this guest contibution by Dr Phil Johnstone (SPRU, University of Sussex) reveals insights into the 2016 Royal Geographical Society Conference, especially focusing on contributions by SPRU researchers.

We would also like to use the opportunity to invite all colleagues interested in meeting us and/or learning about the network to look out for us at the SPRU 50th Anniversary Conference in Brighton, UK and at the 7th IST Conference in Wuppertal, Germany.

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Call for ECR Representative in STRN Steering group

As many of you already have read in the latest STRN newsletter, the current STRN governance structure is under revision (check out this recent blog on STRN website for more). Part of this change is a continuous renewal of the Steering Group (SG). Therefore, the Steering Group is looking for STRN members to (self-)nominate candidates… Continue reading Call for ECR Representative in STRN Steering group

19th STRN Newsletter update for PhDs and ECRs

19th STRN newsletter (March 2016) notes opportunities for PhDs and ECRs to get engaged in the Steering group of the new STRN governance structure. The news reads as follows: “The SG [Steering group] strives for representational diversity, e.g. in terms of gender, age, topics, research groups and region. As a new feature, we intend to create… Continue reading 19th STRN Newsletter update for PhDs and ECRs