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Published on Monday, September 05, 2022 by Elsa Zotian

Summary

The aim of this meeting is to restore the opportunity to share  scientific perceptions, projects, and research recently developed, or currently under development; counteracting the drop in output motivated by the pandemic and the impact of war in Ukraine. Centred on a unifying, convergent, and urgent line, the main theme for this meeting – Circular Ciência em Património e Território – results from its two core themes, that promote interdisciplinary discussion, involvement, and interdependence between different scientific areas, through the emerging and vital vision of circularity.

 

Announcement

Argument

In this third edition of the EJI-PATER we resume the cycle of Meetings of Young Researchers on Heritage and Territory studies, hosted by Lab2PT in association with IN2PAST. Their aim is to restore the opportunity to share  scientific perceptions, projects, and research  recently developed, or  currently under development; counteracting the drop in output  motivated by the pandemic and the impact of war in Ukraine. Centred on a unifying, convergent, and urgent line, the main theme for this meeting – Circular Ciência em Património e Território – results from its two core themes, that promote interdisciplinary discussion, involvement, and interdependence between different scientific areas, through the emerging and vital vision of circularity.

Target audience and Goals

EJI-PATER is aimed at young researchers (recent graduates, master/PhD students and master and PhD with a degree obtained fewer than 6 years ago) and new professionals developing research work in scientific areas such as:  Archaeology, Architecture, Visual Arts, Design, Geography, Geology, History.

It is an extended scientific sharing event that aims to promote discussion and reflection, serving as both a starting point and a bridge between generations of researchers. Thus, all the submitted proposals can benefit from co-authorship by advisors, senior researchers, professors, and professionals with relevant experience in a given field of action and research area. Keeping its focus on plurality, transversality, and coverage, the third edition of EJI-PATER intends to defy young researchers to overcome epistemological obstacles and benefit from sharing their work (methodologies, treatment, and results) with researchers from many different fields, exploring possible affinities between the diverse scientific approaches.  

Meeting format

EJI-PATER format will consist of two days of meetings, which include a variety sessions, round-tables, and workshops, aimed at strengthening bonds between participants, and offering a favourable environment for young researchers to share their experiences and ideas. As one of Lab2PT's principles is to counteract unequal opportunities and exclusion, the event is free of charge to all participants.

Submission guidelines

We invite all  interested researchers to submit their works in  the following formats:

  • poster (5-minute presentation);
  • pitch (research projects – 8-minute presentation);
  • communication (15-minute presentation);
  • videos, documentaries;
  • installations.

These formats can include individual (e.g., master, doctorates) and collective (e.g., projects) research works. 

Important dates

  • July 1st 2022 : Opening  call and launch of the form in the "Registration" section  
  • September 20th 2022 : Deadline for the submission of proposals   

  • October 2022 (date to be set) : End of the scientific review process and acceptance notification  
  • October 2022 (date to be set) : Presentation of the programme  
  • December 15th and 16th : Event dates (University of Minho)

This event is free of charge.

For more information: https://ejipater.wixsite.com/eji22en/home

Scientific committee

  • Adolfo Fernández, GEAAT; UVigo
  • Aida Carvalho, CiTUR; IPB
  • Alexandra Correia, UNIAG; IPVC
  • Alexandra Esteves, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Alison Burrows, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Ana Fragata, GeoBioTec; UA
  • Catarina Pinheiro, CEGOT; UPorto
  • Daniel Lanero, USC
  • Inês Moreira, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Joana Sequeira, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • João Meneses de Sequeira, CHAIA-IN2PAST; UEvora
  • Jorge Sanjurjo-Sanchéz, IUX; UDC
  • José Neves, IHC-IN2PAST; NOVA FCSH
  • Lisandra Mendonça, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Luzia Rocha, CESEM-IN2PAST; NOVA FCSH
  • Maria Marta Lobo de Araújo, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Marta Prista, CRIA-IN2PAST; NOVA FCSH
  • Massimo Beltrame, HERCULES-IN2PAST; UEvora
  • Ofelia Rey Castelao, USC
  • Paula Odete Fernandes, UNIAG; IPB
  • Raquel Martínez Peñín, IEM; ULe
  • Rebeca Blanco Rotea, Lab2PT-IN2PAST; UMinho
  • Rubén Castro Redondo, UniCAN
  • Vítor Matos, GIARTES; UMinho

Places

  • Campus de Azurém, Av. da Universidade
    Guimarães, Portugal (4800-058)

Event format

Full on-site event


Date(s)

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Keywords

  • circularity, heritage studies, territory studies

Contact(s)

  • Landscape, Heritage and Territory Laboratory Lab2PT
    courriel : eji [dot] pater [at] gmail [dot] com

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Juliana Alves
    courriel : eji [dot] pater [at] gmail [dot] com

To cite this announcement

« Meeting of Young Researchers on Heritage and Territory studies », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Monday, September 05, 2022, https://calenda.org/1014158

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