Tenth Edition of the Summer School Equality and Citizenship

The Centre for Advanced Studies of South East Europe, in cooperation with the University of Rijeka, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Rijeka and the Department of Philosophy in Rijeka, is thrilled to announce the tenth edition of our summer school on equality and citizenship.

3 – 7 June 2024

University of Rijeka, Croatia

Who should apply:

Post-docs and PhD students are encouraged to apply. If you have participated in previous editions of the Summer School, we invite you to propose papers for the symposia.

Key features:

· The Summer School does not reproduce in a diluted form the familiar teaching format of a university course.

· Author-meets-critic symposia: Instead, the Summer School will be organised in the form of “author-meets-critic” symposia dedicated to some distinguished authors’ publications and work- in-progress.

· Scientific Workshops: Engaged and focused discussions and collaborative sessions on topics related to equality and citizenship.

Benefits for participants:

· Certificate of Participation: post-doc and PhD participants will receive a certificate detailing their activities during the summer school.

· Networking: Interact with leading experts and peers in the field of political philosophy.

· Contribution: Post-doc and PhD participants can contribute to discussions, ask questions and enrich the academic dialogue.

This year’s symposia are dedicated to leading participants:

Christie Hartley (Georgia State University)

Thom Brooks (Durham University)

The leading participants of the workshop “Mental Disorders, Public justification, Capabilities, and Values” are:

Charlotte Blease (Uppsala Universitet)

Katrien Schaubroeck (University of Antwerp)

How to apply:

Participation in the summer school is free, but registration is required. Please email your application to politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr and include:

· CV highlighting your academic background and research interests.

· Abstract of the paper you intend to present or discuss (for participants of previous editions).

· Letter of motivation explaining your interest in the summer school and how it aligns with your academic goals.

Important dates:

Deadline for applications: 02.05.2024.

For updated information and registration please visit CAS SEE website.
For questions or further details, please contact politicalphilosophy@cas.uniri.hr

Do not miss the opportunity to be part of a stimulating academic exchange on equality and citizenship!

Directors of the summer school:

Elvio Baccarini

Ivan Cerovac

Iva Martinić

Snježana Prijić-Samaržija

Nebojša Zelič

Organisation Board:

Ana Gavran Miloš

Luca Malatesti

Aleksandar Šušnjar

Viktor Ivanković (University of Zagreb)

Federica Liveriero (University of Pavia)

Christian Neuhaeuser (TU Dortmund)