Methods and Research Techniques for Theses and Dissertations in the intersection between History and International Relations
Praia de Botafogo, 190, Rio de Janeiro - 15/08/2012 - 09:00 - 17/08/2012 - 17:00

 

This workshop is designed for graduate students and PhD candidates whose research deals with the intersection between the academic fields of History and International Relations. In exceptional cases, undergraduate students in their final year of study will be selected.

The Center for International Relations at FGV, hosted at CPDOC, will fund tickets, food and lodging in hostel for candidates who come from other cities. 10 places will be available. 

The workshop requires exclusive dedication. The sessions will last for 90min and will be followed by practial work, in which the participants will have the opportunity to apply the topics learned in their respective theses and dissertations.

Candidtes must send their research project in up to one page along with a copy of their Lattes Curriculum to ri@fgv.br, until the 1st of July. The selected candidates will receive a reading list before the workshop.

Professors:

Alexandre Moreli, Doctor in International History, Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne.

Carlo Patti, Doctor in International History, University of Florence. 

Monique Sochaczewski, Doctor in History and Politics, FGV.

Matias Spektor, Doctor in International Relations, University of Oxford.

 

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