Food and nutrition security and long-term sustainability of food systems are among the major challenges for European societies in the coming decades. Food systems and the ways we produce, consume and regulate the production of food are increasingly expected to contribute to a range of societal objectives – provide healthy nutrition to all, conserve the […]
Informal call for papers for a session proposal Rural History 2019 (Paris, 10-13 September 2019, http://ruralhistory2019.ehess.fr) See attached file for details.
Gregynog Hall, near Newtown, Wales 3rd – 7th October 2016 Leader: Michael Woods This year’s ESRS Autumn School examines the theme of Researching Globalization in a Rural Context, led by Michael Woods and the European Research Council GLOBAL-RURAL project team from Aberystwyth University. The school will include talks by guest speakers (to be confirmed) on […]
Nordic Ruralities: Crisis and Resilience 4th Nordic Conference for Rural Research University of Akureyri, Iceland May 22 – 24, 2016 The Nordic ruralities conference is an interdisciplinary forum for rural research with a particular emphasis on the Nordic countries. Rural communities frequently experience rapid changes in e.g. population density, employment opportunities and provision of services […]
The European Summer School 2014 The 2014 ESRS Summer School, organized by Claire Lamine, assisted by Elsa Faugère and Lucile Garcon, took place between the 8th and the 12th September in the Centre Olivier de Serres in the Ardeche département of France. Twelve PhD students from France, Italy, the UK, Latvia, Denmark, Poland, the Netherlands, […]
SRS Local Events Grant
These grants have been created to further local and national events that actively seek to stimulate, encourage and promote European rural social sciences.
Prior Summer Schools:
2012 Summer School, Ristiina, Finland
2010 Summer School, Córdoba, Spain