Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli launches the first edition of Feltrinelli Camp, an international call for researchers and practitioners from all over Europe for a two-day workshop in urban studies. The young international scholars will share their scientific and visionary ideas on the city and the social, economic and environmental transformations of urban contexts in Europe.

In 2016, 54.5% of the world’s population lived in urban areas, by 2030 this percentage will rise to 60%: rethinking an economic, housing, environmental, social sustainability and recovering a contemporary sense of community become not only a challenge but a necessity.

The goal of Feltrinelli Camp is to promote a high-level scientific exchange between young researchers with different disciplinary and geographical backgrounds, stimulating the comparison among various issues related to urban transformations.

Proposals must include the curriculum vitae and a short research proposal (if practitioners, sufficient is to send a motivational letter) that presents an original reflection starting from a specific theme, a selection of one or more case studies and a dissemination strategy to promote the proposed contents.

A maximum number of 100 researchers and practitioners will be selected by an international scientific committee. Expenses will be reimbursed: read the call and apply.

Proposals must be submitted by email to no later than January 18th, 2018.


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