Social Science Colloquium
The CRGE Social Science Colloquium was established in fall 2020. Intended to be held approximately 3-5 times per semester, it is coordinated by the Center for Research & Graduate Education. It is a forum where scholars from DKU, DKU Alumni and DKU Visiting Fellows from various social science backgrounds present their research ideas or ongoing research. The colloquium wishes to foster high-quality English language research that is relevant, original, innovative and based on methodologically sound research designs. Either predominantly empirical or theoretical, projects are meant to significantly contribute to international debates and research programs – or introduce novel perspectives on their own. Each colloquium lasts approximately 90 minutes. The English language will be used exclusively for texts admitted for discussion, the colloquium gatherings and all correspondence. If there is a critical mass of interested participants after a face-to-face colloquium, there is the possibility of gathering in an off-campus establishment to socialize and further discuss the topic and other projects more informally.
All DKU graduate (i.e. MA, plus fourth year BA) students, faculty members and alumni with a social science background can make a presentation. Everyone can participate as a listener in all colloquium sessions. Participation is mandatory for all active DKU Affiliate Research Fellows with a social science background. If you are interested in a presenter or discussant role for a future colloquium event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Occasionally, external speakers are invited to present. Please inform us if you would like to be included in the colloquium mailing list. Below on this page you can find an archive with colloquia programs of past semesters.
Dear participants and interested parties in the CRGE Social Science Colloquium. During the 2022 summer semester, the last Colloquium was held on April 21. The Colloquium starts again in fall this year. We will likely commence during the second half of September. If you wish to make a Colloquium presentation during the next semester, please connect with us at email@example.com. If you are eligible for participation but have lately not been on the Colloquium mailing list with detailed information of Colloquium events, just drop us a note. We look forward to seeing you again next semester. In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy! Happy holidays!