Over the last two years, I have thought a lot about the use of ‘Western’ scientific theoretical frameworks to analyse phenomenon in the developing world. This question has been particularly relevant for me as an African student, studying African innovation in a European university, and mingling largely with European scholars throughout my doctoral studies. Much… Continue reading Northern theories for Southern contexts?
Lea Fuenfschilling, a postdoctoral researcher at CIRCLE, Lund University as well as a lecturer at the Department of Sociology, University of Lucerne, shares her personal reflections on the experience of going through a PhD.
In order to better serve the PhD and early career community and increase the opportunities for participation the organising committee have decided to postpone the event. While the call for abstracts remains open with a postponed deadline, the conference date was moved to April 28th and 29th 2016 instead of the originally planned dates of… Continue reading Conference postponed
Apply for the 5th STEPS Summer School which is held in May 2016.
Two participants of the STEPS Centre Summer School in 2015 reflect on their experience and report back to those interested in applying to the 2016 version of the programme.
Good advice on writing and publishing by Jeroen van den Bergh, Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions (EIST)
Invitation for workshop, with deadline on the 20 January 2015