We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be holding a two-week Summer School on Pathways to Sustainability next May.
An international group of leading researchers will run interactive sessions drawing on their work into the interactions of social, technological and environmental systems. The Summer School is aimed at a selected group of doctoral and postdoctoral researchers (or those with equivalent experience) who are working in fields around development studies, science and technology studies, innovation and policy studies, and across agricultural, health, water or energy issues.
Topics will include
– the politics of sustainability
– complexity in dynamic interacting systems
– interdisciplinarity in social and natural science
– knowledge and power
– understanding risk, uncertainty and ignorance
– livelihoods, institutions and development
The Summer School will take place at Sussex University during the Brighton Festival – a famously energetic and eclectic celebration of culture and innovative arts running from 5 – 27 May – with plenty of opportunities for students to engage.