The Interdisciplinarity Doctoral Seminar
The Civic Constellation Project
Launched in 2016, the Interdisciplinarity Doctoral Seminar brings every December the ongoing research of PhD students facing different methodological and thematic issues that challenge traditional separations between scholarly disciplinies. Postdocs and senior researchers share their views too and contribute to the seminar debates.
Humanities at the Crossroads: The Ethics and Politics of Interdisciplinary Research, Doctoral Seminar convened by Marta Postigo and Rosario López at the University of Málaga, 13 December 2019.
Keynote Lecture: How Much Politics Does Political Theory Need, by Prof. Ana Matan, University of Zagreb
Contributions by Francisco J. Bellido, Tomás P. Bethencourt, Stella Casola, Elena Fusar Poli, Daniel Matthews-Ferrero, Pedro Merino, José María Rosales and Manuel Toscano
Reappraising the Challenges of Interdisciplinarity in Social Sciences and Humanities: Ethical and Political Debates, Doctoral Seminar convened by Marta Postigo and Rosario López at the University of Málaga, 1 December 2017.
Keynote Lecture: On Human Rights: Historical and Theoretical Issues, by Prof. João Cardoso Rosas, University of Minho
Contributions by Francisco Javier Bellido, Valentin Clavé-Mercier, Mike Cosgrave, Livia García-Faroldi, María Isabel Holgado, Mirja Schröder, Trevor R. Stack, Laia Yousef Sandoval
Exploring the Ideas of Political Community, Democracy and Self-Government: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Doctoral Seminar organized in cooperation with the Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL), University of Aberdeen. Convened by Trevor R. Stack, Manuel Toscano and José María Rosales at the University of Málaga, 2-3 December 2016.
Contributions by Hanifi Baris, Francisco Bellido, Fernando Berdún, Timothy Fitzgerald, Karin Friedrich, Anna Grudzinska, Eve Hayes de Kalaf, María Isabel Holgado, Rosario López, Rose Luminiello, Marta Postigo, José María Rosales, Trevor Stack, Chuck Sturtevant, David Thunder, Manuel Toscano