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Call for hosting the 2019 AESOP Congress

Published at: 10 November 2016

The call for hosting the 2019 AESOP Congress is now open.


All institutional AESOP Members are warmly encouraged to apply.

The deadline for the submission of the bids is 31st January 2017.

The decision will be made by the Council of Representatives at the meeting which will take place in March 2017 in Warsaw.

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 11

Published at: 13 January 2017

AESOP Lecture Series / Lecture 11

Shipra Narang Suri and Maroš Finka

New Urban Agenda: global perspective and local interpretation

20th January 2017, Bratislava

 

Retirement of Prof. Willem Salet, AESOP President (2008-2010)

Published at: 3 January 2017

Professor Willem Salet, University of Amsterdam, took his official retirement on December 2nd, 2016. On the occasion of his public lecture, his colleagues and former AESOP Presidents Peter Ache and Gert de Roo thanked Willem Salet for his contribution to the AESOP community.
Former President Patsy Healey gave an account of Willem Salet's academic contributions and also spoke about his role in AESOP.
Willem Salet has been President of AESOP from 2008 until 2010. One of his many initiatives for AESOP was related to the further improvement of academic standards of the annual conferences. Willem Salet will certainly stay connected to the community. 

On behalf of our President Anna Geppert we are happy to address Willem our warmest thanks for his great contribution to the development of our Association.

The AESOP community wishes you many fulfillments in this new time of your life!
 
 

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Statement of solidarity with the academics in Turkey and Turkish scholars abroad

Published at: 21 July 2016

An Open Letter to the AESOP academic community: Statement of solidarity with the academics in Turkey and Turkish scholars abroad

In the current unsettling climate of Turkey, the Turkish government prohibits the basic pillars of the scientific and academic works by limiting the freedom of speech, mobility and international exchange of the academics in Turkey, and of Turkish academics abroad. We, as the AESOP Thematic Group Public Spaces and Urban Cultures, are concerned about these silences and the selective condemnations. We stand in solidarity with our colleagues affected by this and fully claim for their rights to practice their profession in a full extent, in a global community of academic scholars.

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