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22.05.24

Call for Applications: Pathways Autumn School 2024 - Transformative Research for a Just World and a Habitable Planet

future earth

 

The Pathways Autumn School will allow the participants to share and reflect on the ways sustainability science can contribute to transforming societies towards new models which strive to achieve social equity and meet basic needs for all, while safeguarding the planet’s ecosystems and climate. Doctoral researchers and researchers who finished their PhD within the last 10 years (excluding periods of parental leave) who are living and working in Europe are invited to apply. 

 

Date of the autom school: 25-29 November 2024

Deadline Call for Applications: 22 May 2024

31.05.24

Call for papers: Innovation Pathways to Sustainability in Mountains

mrd - Mountain Research and Development

 

What are the characteristics, processes, and impacts of innovation in mountain areas around the world? How do socioeconomic, institutional, technological, scientific, and other types of innovation promote or undermine sustainable development in mountains? Mountain Research and Development invites systematic assessments of innovation processes or action research, case studies and meta-analyses of trends in innovation practices and outcomes, as well as review-based agendas for future innovation policy, action, or research. 

 

Notices of intent are due by 31 May 2024, full papers by 1 October 2024.

25.05.24

Call for Abstracts: Scholarly Migration and Mobility Symposium

Max Planck Institute for Demographic Reserach

 

The Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research invites submissions from researchers working on or interested in scholarly migration and mobility to attend a one-day symposium in Rostock on October 15, 2024. The symposium aims to promote lively exchange and collaboration among a group of interdisciplinary scientists (from areas such data science, scientometrics, demography, science of science, sociology, migration studies, and more) with interests related to scholarly migration and scientific mobility. We welcome submissions that use a broad set of methods and data. The use of the Scholarly Migration Database (https://www.scholarlymigration.org/) is particularly encouraged, but not required.

 

Some relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following ones:

  • Analysis of scholarly migration patterns by country or region
  • Analysis of scholarly migration patterns by academic age, gender, and other characteristics
  • Policy effects on scholarly migration and mobility
  • Analysis of collaboration networks and scholarly mobility
  • Divergence in scholarly migration and mobility by field
  • Complementary data sources to study migration of scholars (including surveys and registers)
  • Decision making process in the context of international and internal scholarly migration
  • Patterns of scholarly migration over the life course
  • The role of family dynamics and gender disparities for migration of scientists
  • Differences and similarities of migration of the highly-skilled and scholars compared with the general population.

 

The Scholarly Migration and Mobility Symposium is organized in collaboration with the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Digital and Computational Demography Panel. Submissions must be in English and include a draft of the paper or an extended abstract (2-4 pages). In order to receive full consideration, submissions should be received by May 25 (10:00 pm, CET), 2024. Notifications of the outcome will be sent out by the end of June 2024.

 

Submission Deadline: 25 May 2024

01.08.24

Call for Papers: Special Issue ‘Drama Therapy and the Climate Crisis’ 

Intellect Books

 

We have all been witness to a rising number of deadly wildfires, heatwaves, floods and other indicators of a rapidly warming climate. As drama therapists, mental health providers and global citizens, we have a role to play in examining and responding to the toll that the climate crisis is taking on our physical, mental, social and ecological health and well-being. It is the biggest challenge of our time.

 

Like the COVID-19 pandemic, the consequences of climate change affect providers as well as participants and also impact various groups differently based on their access to suitable infrastructure including housing, cooling technologies, adequate nutrition, breathable air and their exposure to environmental racism. In 2021, the American Psychological Association released an updated report in collaboration with the non-profit EcoAmerica, highlighting the inequitable threat of the climate crisis on mental health on populations that are made more vulnerable due to intersecting forms of marginalization. In June 2022, the WHO launched a policy brief urging countries to incorporate mental health support into their climate change responses. In 2023, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released their latest report which indicated the significant health impacts, including mental health challenges, associated with increasing temperatures, trauma from extreme events, and loss of livelihoods and culture.

 

We recognize that our efforts may be multifold:

 

We need to be focused on systemic and individual climate mitigation strategies which are efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Drama therapists might support individuals and/or groups in reconnecting to a greater ecology and rehearsing climate mitigation options. Climate mitigation strategies can also be adopted at drama therapy training institutions and sites of practice (e.g. net-zero and green institutions), professional development (e.g. our conferences) and publication practices.

 

As care providers, we also have a role to play in identifying and adopting climate adaptation strategies, those actions that we can take individually and as a community to address the impact of an already changing climate on the conditions in which we are born, grow, live, work, care, age, play and die. Drama therapists may support individuals and groups in discovering, rehearsing, playing with, creating and connecting with others about their concerns about our changing climate.

 

Finally, drama therapists, like theatre-makers and artists engaged in this area (e.g Arts and Climate initiative), might contribute to climate change communication strategies on stage and on the page. This Special Issue of Drama Therapy Review is dedicated to drama therapy and the climate crisis.

 

Deadline for Submission: 01 August 2024

31.05.24

Global Call on Science Missions for Sustainability

International Science Council (ISC)

 

 

Piloting the new modality of sustainability science

In the past, the global community has supported big science approaches in basic science and infrastructure, such as CERN. Now, it is the time to think with a CERN mindset to address urgent existential risks, particularly in the regions that face disproportionate burdens and impacts arising from global challenges, and where the SDG progress is lagging the most.

The Global Commission on Science Missions for Sustainability‘s groundbreaking report, unveiled at the 2023 UN High-Level Political Forum, “Flipping the Science Model: A Roadmap to Science Missions for Sustainability,” outlines this visionary model. It seeks to elevate the collaboration between science, policy, and society to new heights, tailored for our unprecedented era. The goal is to render knowledge fully actionable, integrated, and engaged, aiming for solutions that match the scale of humanity’s most critical challenges.

In the Flipping the Science Model report, the Global Commission proposes to establish a network of Science Missions for Sustainability. Each Mission will focus on mobilizing coordinated, collective science-based actions towards addressing complex sustainability challenges at the global, regional and local levels.

The ISC together with the Global Commission believes there is an urgency to pilot the new modality for science efforts. And this is the goal of the Global Call. 

 

 

Global Call for Pilot Missions and for Visionary Funders’ support

We’re seeking novel, innovative, collaborative, and diverse consortia to co-design and embark on groundbreaking Science Missions to tackle complex sustainability challenges head-on.

This Global Call aims to select up to five Pilot Missions to test the proposed model, thoroughly examining their execution, outcomes, and impact. Successful Pilots will set the stage for adapting and expanding the model.

The selected Pilots will demonstrate the value of truly collaborative transdisciplinary efforts in helping fast-track the achievement of the SDGs and accelerating societal transformation to sustainability. 

We invite novel collaborative consortia of scientists and scientific organizations, policymakers, non-governmental organizations, communities, and the private sector, working on the cutting edge of identifying solutions for complex sustainability challenges, to co-design targeted Science Missions for sustainability over an initial 18-month period. The call is open to bids for Pilot Missions worldwide, but we are strongly encouraging Pilots led by institutions located in the Global South to apply.

 

Note of interest until 31 May 2024

No deadline mentioned

INSciTS 2024 Call for Committee Volunteers

International Network for the Science of Team Science (INSciTS)

 

 

Build your network, your expertise, and your profile by becoming an active member of the International Network for the Science of Team Science! INSciTS can give you access to a world-wide network of active and like-minded people, and a really good way to do this is to become an active member of one of the committees helping to build the Network internationally.

There are several areas in which volunteer help is always welcomed and appreciated. Below are the committees seeking volunteers and their descriptions.

2025 Annual Program Planning Committee
The Annual Program Committee organizes annual SciTS conferences, such as identifying the conference theme; selecting keynote and plenary session speakers; reviewing and selecting proposals for workshops, panels, oral sessions, and posters; implementing changes suggested by INSciTS members; and performing other functions as needed to ensure the success of annual conferences.

Membership Committee
Members are the core of the Network. Therefore maintaining the membership is important. This committee develops strategies on increasing and retaining membership, and evaluates the needs of the members.

Marketing & Outreach
The Marketing Committee reviews and advises on the marketing activities of the Network. It develops and submits an annual marketing plan to the Board of Directors that will identify and coordinate activities of the INSciTS committees with the purpose of marketing the Network.

Website
The Website Committee shall oversee all websites and applications that enable the Network to create, share, and/or participate in social networking as well as other means of interactions and ideas in virtual communities and networks.

Membership at a committee level fosters international relationships with like-minded colleagues, and may well enhance your professional standing and opportunities. Note that if you are already a committee member you will still need to reach out and volunteer for the upcoming year.

 

No deadline mentioned

05.05.24

Interdisciplinary Price: Young Scholars

Walter Benjamin Kolleg

 

Since 2020, the WBKolleg has awarded the annual "Young Scholars" prize to excellent young researchers from Switzerland and abroad who successfully work across disciplines and communicate their research to a broad public in a vivid manner. Worth 1,500 SFr, the award aims to identify and promote young talents by increasing their visibility, opening up networking opportunities and providing impetus for scientific and intellectual development. At the same time, young researchers of the Kolleg benefit from the exchange with the scholars. 

The prize is awarded on the occasion of a public event in a Bernese cultural institution. The presentation is flexible in terms of topic, format and location, so that new opportunities for cooperation arise time and again. In addition, visitors to municipal cultural institutions gain insights into current research in the humanities, cultural studies, and social sciences. 

 

Selection criteria
• Outstanding interdisciplinary research in the humanities in Switzerland or abroad
• Experience in communicating one's own research to a broad public
• Ph.D. that was awarded no more than five years ago (net academic age)
• International candidates are especially welcome

 

Application Deadline: 05 May 2024

31.08.24

Call for Papers: Öffentliche, Transdisziplinäre und Transformative Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft - neues Themenheft

MedienJournal

 

Umbrüche in der öffentlichen Kommunikation, Herausforderungen im Zuge von Digitalisierung, Datafizierung und Automatisierung sowie die gesellschaftlichen Krisen der Gegenwart verlangen eine verstärkte Auseinandersetzung mit unserem Selbstverständnis als Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaftler:innen. In den vergangenen Jahren ist in der deutschsprachigen sowie internationalen Forschung eine wachsende Anzahl an Studien (Arslan, 2024; Fürst et al., 2020), programmatischen Beiträgen (Brüggemann et al., 2023; Krüger & Meyen, 2018), ethischen Reflexionen (Davies, 2018; Krainer, 2023), Monographien (Waisbord, 2020) und Sammelbänden (Bélair-Gagnon & Usher, 2021; Waisbord & Billard, 2024) erschienen, die sich mit dem Verhältnis zwischen Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (MuK) und Gesellschaft beschäftigen.

 

Mit diesem Themenheft wollen wir die Reflexion zu und empirische Bestandsaufnahme von Öffentlicher, Transdisziplinärer und Transformativer MuK vertiefen und insbesondere zur Adressierung der folgenden Fragen einladen:

  • Wie stark schlagen sich Postulate einer Öffentlichen, Transdisziplinären und Transformativen MuK tatsächlich in unserer Forschungspraxis nieder? Welche Austauschformen sind bereits etabliert welche werden dagegen vernachlässigt?
  • Wie können wir die Anwendung transdisziplinärer Methoden und gesellschaftliches Engagement in der Breite unserer Disziplin und quer durch alle Statusgruppen stärken? Wie können wir mehr gesellschaftliche Gruppen intensiver in den Forschungsprozess einbinden (vgl. Schützeneder et al., 2022)?
  • Was sind Indikatoren für gelungene Projekte? Von welchen Good Practices oder Momenten des Scheiterns können wir lernen?
  • Wie kann Öffentliche, Transdisziplinäre und Transformative MuK auch auf die Lehre angewendet bzw. in ihr etabliert werden (vgl. z.B. Brüggemann et al., 2023, S. 5044–5045)?
  • Welche Chancen, Herausforderungen, Grenzen und Fallstricke gibt es (vgl. Schützeneder et al., 2022)? Wie wird beispielsweise damit verfahren, dass in Krisen- und Pandemiezeiten schnelle Antworten der Wissenschaft erwartet werden, obwohl wissenschaftliches Wissen stets vorläufig und die Wissensproduktion zeitintensiv ist? Und wie können wir etwa mit großen Zeitlimitationen im Berufsalltag potenzieller Forschungspartner:innen umgehen, die in Forschungsprojekten partizipieren sollten/könnten (z. B. aus dem Medienbereich)?
  • Inwiefern hat die COVID-19 Pandemie unseren Blick auf Öffentliche, Transdisziplinäre und Transformative MuK verändert (vgl. Fürst, 2021; Nielsen, 2020)?
  • Was können wir aus angrenzenden Disziplinen wie Soziologie, Politik- und Geschichtswissenschaft lernen und wie können wir uns stärker interdisziplinär zu Öffentlicher, Transdisziplinärer und Transformativer Wissenschaft vernetzen?

 

Einreichefrist für Manuskripte: 31. August 2024

 

31.05.24

Call for Papers: Doppelausgabe Zeitschrift Forschung zur Transdiziplinarität

Universitäts Verlag Welber (UVW)

 

Seit etwa 20 Jahren etabliert sich Transdisziplinarität als Forschungsmodus, um systematisch Erfahrungswissen und Expertise von Akteursgruppen ausserhalb der Wissenschaft in den Forschungsprozess einzubeziehen. Frühe Formen gehen deutlich weiter bis in die 1970er Jahre zurück. Die Zeitschrift Forschung plant eine Doppelausgabe zu diesem Thema, als Beitrag zu einer kritischen Reflexion über Chancen, Herausforderungen und Grenzen transdisziplinärer Forschung, die auch bisher Unbeteiligte anspricht. Beiträge, etwa zu Formen und Begrifflichkeiten (Transdisziplinarität, Reallabore, Citizen Science, ...), Fallstudien, Methodiken oder Fragen der Qualitätssicherung und Wirkungsmessung sind herzlich willkommen. Umfang 5 - 8 Seiten, 25.000 bis 35.000 Zeichen. Idealerweise beziehen die Beiträge nicht eine Pro- oder Contra-Position, sondern beleuchten unterschiedliche Perspektiven.

 

Frist für die Einreichung: 31. Mai 2024 - Frühzeitige Ankündigung des Vorhabens beim Verlag ist erwünscht

 

30.06.24

Special Issue: Educating for Societal Transitions

Higher Education Research and Development Journal

 

This special issue explores innovations in higher education that engage with societal transitions. We welcome scholarly contributions that engage with practices and theories that address the challenges of navigating complexity and change in these uncertain times. This call emphasises that universities cannot work in isolation but must engage collaboratively with other sectors of society. Importantly, it underscores a broader commitment to societal futures that goes beyond economic concerns, challenging the notion that the purpose of university education is to meet industry needs. What are the creative seeds of change emerging in higher education that challenge traditional university boundaries, foster partnerships with external stakeholders, and adopt a longer-term perspective?

 

This call is positioned within the context of approaching 2025, a decade since adopting the UN Sustainable Development Goals and five years before their targeted achievement in 2030. There is a growing recognition of the necessity for significant societal transitions and an increasing need to share ways higher education can support transition pathways. These transitions are essential to foster more sustainable and equitable practices across various sectors, including education, energy, food, healthcare, transport, and finance, among others. Higher education plays a vital role in preparing students to actively guide such transitions, developing our collective capacity to respond and collaborate across different backgrounds, contexts, disciplines and professions.

 

Submissions exploring the following themes are strongly encouraged:

  • Navigating complexity and change
  • Transdisciplinary curriculum and education
  • Mutual learning and partnerships
  • Social and environmental responsibility
  • Affect and activism in and beyond the classroom

 

Deadline for Applications (full article): 30 June 2024

30.06.2024

Call for Articles: Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences special issue: Co-Creating Transdisciplinary Research and Learning for Transformative Socio-Environmental Change

Taylor & Francis

 

Transformative change is necessary for ensuring human well-being while addressing climate change and increasing biodiversity loss. Integrating knowledge is key for dealing with many complex socio-environmental challenges such as mitigating and adapting to climate change, transitioning to a circular economy, and tackling biodiversity loss and environmental degradation. However, for many of these challenges that the sustainable development goals (SDGs) attempts to face, scientific perspectives alone are insufficient:

 

Societal knowledge is needed to understand and define problems, identify alternatives, evaluate strategies, and design and implement processes. Transdisciplinary collaborations, collaborations that combine diverse societal and scientific knowledge, perspectives and values, provide opportunities to unpack the complexities of the environmental challenges the planet faces.

 

Deadline for Submission: 30 June 2024

30.06.2024

Call for Articles: ISSUES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES – Call for Papers 

Philosophy of Interdisciplinarity

 

Although interdisciplinarity—and its cognate “transdisciplinarity”—is a hallmark of contemporary knowledge production, it is itself still a contentious concept. What does interdisciplinarity entail, and what is its significance? How are interdisciplinarity and/or  transdisciplinarity distinct from other modes of knowledge production? What purposes does, could, or should interdisciplinarity serve?  

 

This special collection of articles will advance both a philosophy of interdisciplinary studies and a philosophy of interdisciplinarity itself. An assumption of the guest editors is that inter- and trans-disciplinarity can and should also be regarded as a challenge to (disciplinary) science in general and to the academy, raising fundamental and critical questions about science, the organization of the universities, the approaches to nature and to human-nature relations, to experimentation and explanations, forms of knowledge, and more. Acknowledging that interdisciplinary research often consists of case studies rather than more generalizable research, we also welcome articles that build a philosophical approach while integrating more detailed analysis of one or more cases of interdisciplinary research.  

 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 

  • Responses to “What is inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity” and to “What should inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity be,” or equivalent global questions, critically building upon existing literatures 
  • Development of criteria, dimensions or elements for a conceptual clarification or a philosophy of inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity, including a justification of the criteria 
  • Articulations of ethics, value systems or normative basis in light of interdisciplinary research or teaching 
  • Tracing the history of inter- and trans-disciplinarity back to the 1970s or to earlier decades and linking it to the history of environmentalism, to the ambivalences of technological advancement, to the crisis of human-nature relations or to feminist, post-colonial and other critiques of science 
  • Reflecting on inter- and trans-disciplinarity as a cultural critique of (late modern) knowledge production. Are they still critical concepts or have they lost their critical momentum and original spirit? 
  • Situating and clarifying inter- and trans-disciplinarity in the light of concepts such as mode-2 science, post-normal science, post-paradigmatic science, post-academic science, technoscience, problem-oriented research, post-disciplinarity, triple helix research, transformative research, transition science, participatory action research, citizen science, technology assessment, sustainability research, social-ecology, etc. 
  • Expositions of how interdisciplinary thinking fits into the cultural history of thought and knowledge, and the tradition of the university system 
  • Conceptual and methodological analysis of cross-disciplinary connections between philosophy of interdisciplinary studies and other fields of research, such as sociology of sciences, philosophy of science, psychology, literature, environmental studies, political science, etc. 
  • Exploration of the impact of more recent philosophical debates around e.g. diversity, pluralism, epistemic virtues, positionality on interdisciplinarity. 

 

Deadline for Submissions: 30 June 2024

No deadline mentioned

Transdisciplinarity – Then and Now. Reflections on transformations and transformative potentials

EASST-4s 2024 Conference Amsterdam, - Esther Blokbergen, Sarju Sing Rai, Marjolein Zweekhorst, Hussein Zeidan

 

As transdisciplinarity (TD) becomes something of a “buzzword” in academic and professional circles, we wish to collectively reflect on TD’s original mission and development. How does the goal of creating new knowledge by transcending disciplinary silos and integrating perspectives from across scientific, academic, and societal boundaries, face up to today’s pressing “wicked problems”? Bringing together senior and junior scholars in open conversation, we aim to stimulate personal and practical reflections and insights from the field, and strategize on fruitful alliances with STS, as a research endeavor which shares TD’s transformative mission.

 

To reflect the hybridity and diversity of TD as research and practice, we welcome the active participation of researchers, practitioners and educators in all dimensions where TD is explicitly pursued – (global) health, sustainability, education, and policy-making, and of course STS. The VU’s Athena Institute will chair three different sessions, which are as follow.

  • Seed paper discussion panel: foundational/seminal text(s) of TD will be circulated in advance to guide a discussion by the selected panelists about the origins, mission and evolution of TD.
  • An open dialogue session will bring senior and emerging scholars into deeper conversation and exchange. Questions from the audience can be posed in oral or (depending on attendee numbers) digital format (e.g. Mentimeter); a wordcloud will be produced in real time with the discussion.
  • A split workshop session will process the insights from the first two sessions, allowing participants to contribute further to the discussion, and derive practical and inspirational input for their future work. One workshop can be dedicated to questions relating to TD research, the other (in parallel) to education, depending on participants’ interests.

Submissions for participation: Brief motivation (500 words max.) with appended seed paper suggestion(s), recent CV (preferably incl. publications).

Please note: In order to fit the conference submission format, we kindly ask for a contribution title/short description (300 words), and a brief abstract, (optionally) including one seed paper suggestion (300 words max.) Please disregard the requirements listed in the original description.

30.06.2024

Call for Papers: Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies

Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies

 

Although interdisciplinarity—and its cognate “transdisciplinarity”—is a hallmark of contemporary knowledge production, it is itself still a contentious concept. What does interdisciplinarity entail, and what is its significance? How are interdisciplinarity and/or  transdisciplinarity distinct from other modes of knowledge production? What purposes does, could, or should interdisciplinarity serve?  

This special collection of articles will advance both a philosophy of interdisciplinary studies and a philosophy of interdisciplinarity itself. An assumption of the guest editors is that inter- and trans-disciplinarity can and should also be regarded as a challenge to (disciplinary) science in general and to the academy, raising fundamental and critical questions about science, the organization of the universities, the approaches to nature and to human-nature relations, to experimentation and explanations, forms of knowledge, and more. Acknowledging that interdisciplinary research often consists of case studies rather than more generalizable research, we also welcome articles that build a philosophical approach while integrating more detailed analysis of one or more cases of interdisciplinary research.  

 

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: 

  • Responses to “What is inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity” and to “What should inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity be,” or equivalent global questions, critically building upon existing literatures 
  • Development of criteria, dimensions or elements for a conceptual clarification or a philosophy of inter- and/or trans-disciplinarity, including a justification of the criteria 
  • Articulations of ethics, value systems or normative basis in light of interdisciplinary research or teaching 
  • Tracing the history of inter- and trans-disciplinarity back to the 1970s or to earlier decades and linking it to the history of environmentalism, to the ambivalences of technological advancement, to the crisis of human-nature relations or to feminist, post-colonial and other critiques of science 
  • Reflecting on inter- and trans-disciplinarity as a cultural critique of (late modern) knowledge production. Are they still critical concepts or have they lost their critical momentum and original spirit? 
  • Situating and clarifying inter- and trans-disciplinarity in the light of concepts such as mode-2 science, post-normal science, post-paradigmatic science, post-academic science, technoscience, problem-oriented research, post-disciplinarity, triple helix research, transformative research, transition science, participatory action research, citizen science, technology assessment, sustainability research, social-ecology, etc. 
  • Expositions of how interdisciplinary thinking fits into the cultural history of thought and knowledge, and the tradition of the university system 
  • Conceptual and methodological analysis of cross-disciplinary connections between philosophy of interdisciplinary studies and other fields of research, such as sociology of sciences, philosophy of science, psychology, literature, environmental studies, political science, etc. 
  • Exploration of the impact of more recent philosophical debates around e.g. diversity, pluralism, epistemic virtues, positionality on interdisciplinarity. 

 

Deadline for Abstract-Submission: 15. January 2024

Deadline for Submission: 30.June 2024

8.5.23

Call for papers for MRD’s MountainDevelopment and MountainAgenda sections

MRD

 

Mountain Research and Development (MRD) invites submissions focusing on transformation knowledge and target knowledge. How can we solve problems and tap opportunities for greater sustainability? Articles in the MountainDevelopment section should offer validated insights from development interventions, local practices, and policy efforts. And: What sustainable development do we want? Articles in the MountainAgenda section should systematically review—and conclude with agendas for—research, development, or policy. Submissions are welcome anytime.

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