With “CUF Talks,” the SSRC’s College and University Fund for the Social Sciences invites scholars from across our networks to weigh in on a range of themes of critical interest to social scientists and university administrators.
Program Type: Project
The Politics of Return research project, is a three-year LSE project funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council from 2017-2019 on the dynamics of ‘return and reintegration’ in the central and eastern African countries of Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda and South Sudan through an ethnography of return and social repair in order to provide practical and policy support to international and national projects and programs aimed at facilitating the return of refugees and the displaced to their ‘homes’. UVC Director Tatiana Carayannis is one of the co-investigators of the consortium and will manage the research activities in the Democratic Republic …
The aim of the Fostering Liberal Arts Knowledge and Connections program is to nurture and support faculty collaboration across disciplines with the goal of enriching teaching and research at liberal arts colleges and research universities and promoting the interplay between teaching and research. Our development and support of courses on popular sovereignty at over five institutions, as well as our work developing an edited volume on the topic, has enhanced collaboration in both teaching and research for scholars and enriched undergraduate teaching for students and faculty. A retreat in January 2017 brought together faculty across disciplines and institutional types for …
The APN Working Papers series publishes independent research that provides critical overviews and reflections on the state of the field, stimulates new thinking on overlooked or emerging areas of African peacebuilding, and engages scholarly and policy communities with a vested interest in building peace on the continent.
A project of the Abe Fellowship Program, the CGP-SSRC Policy Forum draws on the expertise and competencies of both the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) and the Social Science Research Council. The CGP-SSRC Policy Forums bring together academics, practitioners, policy actors, and journalists to work toward the goal of long-term, policy-oriented solutions to issues of global public consequence and to develop networks that will lessen the gaps between research, policy, and practice.
Why did your university co-sponsor the workshop? Dr. Shanthi Thambia, University of Malaya Dr. Hanafi bin Hussin, University of Malaya Ms. Chin Li Li, University of Malaya Dr. Muhammad Danial Bin Azman, University of Malaya Dr. Fadli bin Abdullah, University of Malaya Dr. Shamali Shill, Jagannath University Why did you join the workshop and what did you learn? Dr. Kuan-Chi Wang, Academia Sinica Dr. Chi-Chung Wang, Academia Sinica Dr. Wenting Yang, National Chenchi University