A collection of papers from the UK-India Early Career Knowledge Symposium, held in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies.
Knowledge Frontiers Symposia
A series of symposia supporting the development of the next generation of talent within the social sciences and the humanities, and promoting interdisciplinary and international research collaboration.
The aim of this series of activities is to enhance the skills and capabilities of early career researchers in the UK and overseas, and to encourage them to develop new international links and research partnerships. The symposia seek to bring cross-regional and multi-disciplinary insights to bear on issues of research and global significance, and provide opportunities for the creation of new networks and long-term collaborations.
UK-Eastern Africa Knowledge Frontiers Symposium on 'Truth, Justice and Peace', Nairobi, 27-29 March 2020 (a partnership with the British Institute in Eastern Africa) – currently open for applications.
UK-Levant (al-Mashriq) Knowledge Frontiers Symposium on 'Belonging', Amman, 26-28 January 2020 (a partnership with the Council for British Research in the Levant) – currently open for applications.
UK-Australia Knowledge Frontiers Forum on ‘The Future’, Brisbane, 11-12 November 2019 (a partnership with the Australian Academy of the Humanities)
UK-China Knowledge Frontiers Symposium on 'Cities in Literary Imagination', Shanghai, 27-28 September 2019 (a partnership with the UK-China Humanities Alliance)
UK-Germany Frontiers of Humanities Symposium on ‘Rupture’, Lübeck, 2-4 May 2019 (a partnership with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation)
UK-South Africa Early Career Knowledge Symposium on ‘Urban Lives’, Gauteng, 21-23 February 2019 (a partnership with the Academy of Science of South Africa)
UK-India Early Career Knowledge Symposium on ‘Violence and Democracy’, New Delhi, 29-30 November 2018 (a partnership with the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies)
UK-US Early Career Knowledge Symposium on ‘Violence’, Cambridge (Massachusetts), 10-11 February 2018 (a partnership with the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and the American Philosophical Society)
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This programme of activities aims to enable different communities of research and practice to illustrate the validity and unique added value of international and interdisciplinary collaboration.
We foster international collaboration in the humanities and social sciences, and promote the sharing of international perspectives on global challenges.