Activities

Future activities

   
2017
 
   

21 February, Knowledge Meeting Rabobank 'De coöperatie innoveert' (Apeldoorn, The Netherlands)

Tine De Moor is invited lecturer at the invitational Knowledge Meeting 'De coöperatie innoveert',  organized by Rabobank.

   

7 March, KNAW Postdoc Career Day (Amersfoort, The Netherlands)

Tine De Moor will be one of the inited expert participants at the Postdoc Career Day, organized by The Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).

   

23 March, Centre for the Humanities debate 'Citizen Science', Utrecht University (The Netherlands; in Dutch only)

On March 23, 2017, the Centre for the Humanities of Utrecht University will be hosting a debate on the current emergence and importance of citizen science. Several reknown academics as well as participants in citizen science projects will share their thoughts on the role of citizen science in academic research. The debate will be in Dutch, more info will follow.

More info [in Dutch only]

Registration

   

25 March, HUMAN Festival 'We doen het zelf wel' (Amersfoort, The Netherlands; in Dutch only)

Op zaterdag 25 maart 2017 vindt de eerste editie van het 'We Doen Het Zelf Wel'-festival plaats in de Rijtuigenloods in Amersfoort.Het ‘We Doen Het Zelf Wel’-Festival wil laten zien dat burger- en sociale initiatieven niet meer uit een reeks incidenten bestaan, maar veeleer een brede burgerbeweging vormt die de problemen van mensen en gemeenschappen aan het oplossen is.  Het festival is een samenwerking tussen verschillende grote en kleine organisaties die zich bezighouden met burgerinitiatieven en belooft een dag te worden waar zowel doeners als denkers op het gebied van burger- en sociale initiatieven samenkomen en van elkaar kunnen leren. Een dag waar ruimte is voor verdieping en reflectie, maar waar het publiek ook praktische tips en inspiratie opdoet, en experts vindt voor juridisch, financieel, en ondernemend advies. Dagvoorzitter is Natasja van den Berg, sprekers zijn oud-polticus en schrijver Jan Terlouw, hoogleraar Geesteszwetenschappen Tine De Moor, Urgenda-directier Marjan Minnesma, hoogleraar Maatschappelijke Bestuurskunde Gabriël van den Brink, en hoogleraar Bevolkingsdaling en Leefbaarheid Bettina Bock. Omroep Human maakt tijdens de dag tv-opnames en zendt op een later moment een samenvatting uit.

> Festival website

   

28 March, Workshop, Samenlevingsopbouw Vlaanderen (Brussels, Belgium)

Tine De Moor has been invited as expert participant and lecturer at one of the workshopmeetings of Samenlevingsopbouw Vlaanderen.

More info will follow

   

30 March, Seminar Lecture, ESH Seminar Series (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)

The Economic and Social History research group of Utrecht University annually organizes two series of seminars, one in spring and one in fall. Papers on a range of different topics related to economic and social history, from antiquity to recent times, are presented by scholars from within and outside the Netherlands.Tine De Moor will be the lecturer of the ESH Seminar Lecture of March 30, 2017.

> More info

   

19 April, Tocqueville Event Ostrom Workshop (Bloomington, IN, USA)

Tine De Moor will be delivering a lecture at the Tocqueville Event of the Ostrom Workshop. More info will follow in due time.

   

 

 

10-14 July, XVI Biennial IASC Conference, 'Practicing the Commons', Utrecht University (The Netherlands)

The Research Team 'Institutions for Collective Action' and the Strategic Research Theme 'Institutions', both based at Utrecht University, will jointly host the XVI Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC), to be held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, from 10 to 14 July 2017. Abstracts for papers, panels, and posters to be presented at this conference can be submitted until 15 October 2016.  With the theme of the conference, “Practicing the Commons: Self-Governance, Cooperation, and Institutional Change”, the organizers intend to bring together the fast growing body of scientific knowledge on the commons as an alternative governance model. The increasing popularity of commons as a governance model is visible across the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe. Citizens increasingly form new collectives to provide energy, care, food, et cetera, and work together on the basis of self-governance and reciprocity. During the conference there will be plenty of opportunities to connect academic research to practitioners’ experience and vice versa. In the call for papers, panels, and posters, you will find an overview of the main themes to be addressed, including a list of potential research questions that might be the topic of paper presentations. Soon, a call for contributions to practitioners’ labs will also be issued. Keynote speakers will be (all confirmed): Prof. dr. Saskia Sassen (Columbia University, US), Prof. dr. Juan Camilo Cárdenas Campo (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia), and Prof. dr. Jane Humphries (All Souls College Oxford University, UK).

> click here for Call for Papers, Panels, and Posters

> click here for conference website

Previous activities

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