THE ACTION RESEARCH SUMMER CAMP 2020

Practical

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesThe Camp will be open to anyone interested who self-defines as an early stage researcher, including people from universities other than Salzburg and from abroad. Likewise, practitioners who hope to conduct and apply community-based research and organization in their work are welcomed.

 

Participation fee

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesCosts will kept as low as possible. Participants will organize their own transport and, if they opt for a hostel or hotel in the city, their accommodation. To cover additional costs (catering, rental costs, other service), participants will be asked to pay a fee of 150 Euros for the full week.

The Camp receives co-funding through Fulbright Austria and the US Department of State that approved it as a Fulbright Specialist Project for 2020. Additional finances to cover fix costs are provided through the Department of Educational Science at the University of Salzburg.

 

Registration

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesApplicants will be asked to write a short letter of interest (1-2 pages), which will potentially serve as a basis for selecting a group of up to 20 participants. Please send your email to the two workshop co-leaders Corey Dolgon (cdolgon(at)stonehill.edu) and Eberhard Raithelhuber (eberhard.raithelhuber(at)sbg.ac.at) by February 28, 2020. Your reservation is valid after you have received a confirmation from the organizers. An online meeting with the Camp organizers is scheduled for Friday, 13 March 2020, 3pm local time (CET).

If you have special needs, please let us know so we can find out how to make your participation possible.

 

Travel and accommodation

Barrierefreiheit: Kurzbeschreibung des BildesThe Action Research Summer Camp 2020 will use the facilities of the Waldhüttl Mentlberg, an ancient farmhouse, only a 15-minutes drive away from the historical center and main station of Innsbruck. The barn, the teepee and the garden will serve as our major event spaces.

Workshop participants can make themselves a primitive sleeping place in the barn or in the huge teepee, or set up a tent in the surroundings. Please bring along your own mattress and sleeping bag.

Those seeking more comfort will find accommodation in the nearby beautiful center of Innsbruck, down the hill, e.g. in a pension or hotel. If needed, we can assist you to find a place for you to stay.

 

Literature

We will offer a range of introductory texts that will allow us to get to know some bases of participatory action research and community development. Participants are asked to read some basic compulsory texts and prepare some preliminary thoughts, questions, journal entries, etc. to begin early conversations once we arrive in Innsbruck.

Participants will select a small key passage from the compulsory literature, connecting it to their own previous experience or goals for future work.

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