YSI Inequality Workshop
Confirmed speakers: Professor Mike Savage
12th-13th June, time and venueTBC (will be all-day events held at LSE)
This workshop will be hosted by the YSI Inequality Working Group (IWG), and will take place at the International Inequalities Institute.
Interest in inequality has peaked over the past years and it has spurred a complex web of highly relevant research. During this interactive workship we will attempt to visualise and disentangle this web. Over the course of two days, participants will share their own work, and also participate collectively in a project that begins to map the main theories, findings, questions and resources in inequality research. The joint work will eventually be published online and serve as a guide for those who are interested in studying and researching inequality. The student platform will be an extension of the YSI's existing online resources.
The YSI is able to invite 20 students to the workshop, and welcomes undergrads, graduate students, early career researchers as well as practitioners to sign up. To register, please submit an abstract highlighting your research question, theories, resources and findings in inequality research. The deadline for submitting abstracts is April 25th. For more information about the workshop, see here.