PhD Event | Draw Your PhD| October 24th| 5pm – 8pm | Café Rad van Wageningen Draw your PhD and is a fun and creative way to look at your work from a different perspective. Art can be a useful tool in writing and research both as a method and as a way of relaxing. Drawing … Continue reading PhD Event | Draw Your PhD | October 24th |
We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic young scholar wanting to do a PhD that brings together the fields of migration studies, health geography, landscape studies and climate change. The PhD project will examine the dynamics of ‘solastalgia’ (Adger et al., 2013) -- commonly defined as the mental or existential distress caused by environmental change … Continue reading Vacancy | PhD candidate at the Cultural Geography Group
Thursday, 31st October 2019 | from 16.00 -17.30 | Leeuwenborch building, C0079 Abstract For many years now, agriculture has been a modest contributor to the Indonesian economy. While the total number of households involved in agriculture remains substantial, it is declining in both absolute and relative terms. Furthermore, the contribution of agriculture to household income … Continue reading Seminar | Fortress Farming: Livelihoods and coffee value chains in a transforming Indonesia | by Dr Jeff Neilson, University of Sydney
What drives you in your work? What are you curious about? And what do you consider the beauty and value of it? In our daily work as researchers and lecturers we are often confronted with the need to account for our activities and prove our ‘excellence’. Increasingly, measures and criteria have been put into place that do necessarily reflect our daily realities, let alone the reasons why we got involved in science in the first place. We therefore decided to organize the 2019 CSPS Day around the theme of ‘Values in Science’. The aim of the day was: to meet and connect through an open and meaningful dialogue about what scientific quality entails for us and how we can translate that dialogue into a practical strategy for CSPS.
Thursday, October 10th | 16:30 – 18:00 | Leeuwenborch building, room C76 Despite its ubiquity in modern political discourse, the idea of the economy is a relatively recent invention. It emerged in the middle decades of the twentieth century along with an international statistical edifice comprised of organisations like the UN, IMF and OECD to … Continue reading Seminar | The invention of the New Zealand economy and the geography of statistics | by Russell Prince, Massey University
Thursday, October 10th | 12:30 – 13:30 | Leeuwenborch building, room C76 CSPS would like to invite PhD students to a late lunch and discussion with Russell Prince. In conjunction with the seminar later on that day, the event will be a relaxed space for students to engage with Dr. Prince on his work on … Continue reading Ph.D. Workshop | The invention of the New Zealand economy and the geography of statistics | by Russell Prince, Massey University