Can I take part in the workshop as a guest?
It is possible to follow the workshops live and pose questions to the presenters. Please follow the following steps to register:
1. To join the workshop, kindly register to get your individual Webinar link
Workshop 1 https://mau-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_X3v9_tsDRTWzcvJ6CwUX6A
Workshop 2 https://mau-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gH_MJYQrRUOiDVZlxFZW1g
Workshop 3 https://mau-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MPaMT0RvSVyXA1LRuNtrmQ
Workshop 4 https://mau-se.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_6RUyN99ZQ3msJLEoFFgMbA
NB: There will be ONE LINK for each two-day Workshop. (Eg. Workshop 1, 18&19 Feb).
2. The workshop begins at 9:00 CET . Should you log in a bit earlier than the start time, you will automatically be directed into the waiting room and admitted into the Webinarwhen it officially begins.
3. Here are a few Zoom Webinars features to keep in mind:
– Attendees will be muted and with their videos off throughout the workshop.
– They can ask questions via the Q&A feature at the bottom of the screen.
– Chat function between panelists and attendees will be disabled with Zoom.
– Opening sessions, given the consent of the discussant, and the general wrap-ups will be recorded. Presentations will not be recorded.
Will there be a sort of conference proceedings after all the workshops take place?
There will be no published proceedings. Our plan is to have a conversation with the presenters after every workshop and ask if they would be interested in participating in a common publishing project (e.g., special issue, edited volume, manifesto, commentary, digital magazine, etc.). However, participation is, of course, voluntary.
Will there be recordings of the presentations available after the workshops?
The presentations will not be recorded.
What will be the language of the workshops?
As a presenter, what format should I present my paper?
You’re welcome to use PowerPoint slides or any other visual aids to present your paper. If you would rather talk about your work without slides, that is also fine. Consider presenting the main points of your article, alongside issues or questions you’re struggling with.
Questions from PhD students enrolled in the PhD course
Where can I find the books on the reading list?
We didn’t upload the books (Chibber, Chakrabarty and Leitner et al) because of copyright issues (i.e. we’re not allowed to scan a large amount of pages or a whole book). We hope that you can access them through your university library.