Our staff and students aim to develop collaborations that address international challenges and adopt comparative perspectives.
For more information about international collaboration opportunities, please contact Tally Katz-Gerro.
- Tally Katz-Gerro presented a paper titled "Experiencing aesthetico-cultural cosmopolitanism: a comparison of youth in Paris, Sao Paulo and Seoul" at an international conference "Cosmopolitanism revisited: comparative perspectives on urban diversity from the Gulf and beyond", organised by Institut Nationales de Langues et Civilisations Orientales, Paris.
- Tally Katz-Gerro joined an international group of scholars from 19 research institutions, led by Carsten Stage from Denmark, who has submitted a COST Action network application titled "Democratic participation in cultural institutions: reassembling expertise, affect and connective engagement" (DePart).
Three EU-collaborative grant proposals have been submitted to the Open Research Area programme:
- Alistair Ulph - Carbon footprint reduction and country of origin of goods;
- Luke Yates (PI), Alan Warde and Dale Southerton - FOODTRACKS: Tracking food practices across Europe: Linking eating habits and food governance trajectories;
- Tally Katz Gerro - Cultural border crossing and the politicization of social difference for youth in increasingly divided societies.