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NETHATE Calendar 2021-2022
|April 9-22||Kick-off and 1st Workshop|
Session 1 Information and discussion on NETHATE; Petri Ylikoski, Professor of Sociology, Vice Dean, Faculty of Social Science, University of Helsinki.
Session 2 Basics of interdisciplinary collaboration, European Data Protection Regulation and Its Implications for Research; Päivi Korpisaari, Professor of Law, University of Helsinki.
Session 3 Open science before and during analysis: systematic reviews, replications and pre-registrations. Mikko Aaltonen, Professor of Criminology, University of Eastern Finland.
Open science after analysis: ownership, archiving and secondary use of data, Research Specialist Meri-Tuulia Kaarakainen, Ministry of Education and Culture.
Session 4 Coping with traumatic content in research, Kirsi Peltonen, University Lecturer (psychology), University of Tampere.
|September 6-10||2nd Workshop – Creative Thinking and Innovation||Online||A Bokde|
|October 14.10 (9am-12pm) and 15.10 (10am-13pm) 22.10. (12-15pm) 26.10 (9am-12pm)||3rd Workshop – Research Practices |
Session 1 Daniela Cutas (Lund University) 14.10.21 (9am-12pm) “Ethical Codes and Conventions in Research”
Session 2 Bernard Geoghegan (King’s College London) 15.10.21 (10am-13pm) “Demystifying Academic Writing: Applications, Grants, Cover Letters”
Session 3 Mia Liinason (Lund University) 22.10. 21 (12-15pm) “Career Strategies”
Session 4 Matilda Arvidsson (University of Gothenburg) 26.10.21 (9am-12pm) “Legal Regulations of Research”
|Online (University of Gothenburg)||L Åkervall|
|November 12||ESRs Mid-term Review||online|
|March 28-29||Annual NETHATE Conference||Jena, Germany||T Rothmund|
|June 13 – 17||4th Workshop Hatred & Int Legal Standards + Summer School: Human Rights||Dublin, Ireland||R Fazaeli & J Temperman|
|September 13-16||5th Workshop Contemporary issues on HATE: A) Right-wing extremism (2 days) B) Critical studies on hate (2 days)||Berlin, Germany||D Geschke & Z James|
|October (2 days)||6th Workshop Science communication||Dublin, Ireland||A Bokde|
|Continuous Workshop: Mitigating the negative impact of ‘hate content’ during research & training|
Bi-monthly meetings PIs & ESRs
|Week 24 (17.6)||PI Arun Bokde (Trinity)||ESR Sophie Litvak (Helsinki)|
|Week 27 (8.7)||PI Tobias Rothmund (Jena)||ESR Ina Weber (Antwerpen)|
|Week 35 (2.9)||PI Janne Kivivuori (Helsinki)||ESR Yuying Tan (Antwerpen)|
|Week 37 (13.-17.9)||PI Pekka Rasanen (Turku)||ESR Omar Saal (Limerick)|
|Week 39 (27.9-1.10)||PI Heidi Vanderboch (Antwerpen)||ESR Anuhya Bobba (Turku)|
|Week 41 (11.-15.10)||PI Simone van der Hof (Leiden)|
|Week 43 (25.-29.10)||PI Roja Fazelli (Dublin)||ESR Tegan Snyman (Rotterdam)|
|Week 45 (8.-12.11)||PI Daniel Geschke (Jena)||ESR Vladimir Bojarskich (Jena)|
|Week 47 (22.-26.11)||PI Lisa Åkervall (Gothenburg)||ESR Leda Tortora (Dublin)|
|Week 49 (6.-10.12)||PI Sara Pabian (Antwerpen)||ESR Sama Khosravi Ooryad (Gothenburg)|
|Week 3 (17.1-21.1)||PI Zoe James (Plymouth)||ESR Anna Trimborn (Dublin)|
|Week 5 (31.1-4.2)||PI Karoline Poels (Antwerpen)||ESR Laura Dellagiacoma (Jena)|
|Week 7 (14.-18.2)||PI Simon McCarthy-Jones (Dublin)||ESR Soraya Afzali|
|Week 9 (2.2-4.3)||PI Jennifer Schweppe (Limerick)||ESR Eva Nave (Leiden)|
|Week 11 (14.-18.2)||PI Jan De Vries (Dublin)||ESR Azadeh Nematy (TCD)|
|Week 13 (28.2-4.3)||PI Jeroen Temperman (Rotterdam)||ESR Fernando Ruiz Molina (Plymouth)|
|*Preferably sessions could be on the Thursday of the specified week, for consistency in planning. However, if the presenting PI/ESR are not available on Thursday they may schedule their session on another day of the indicated week.|