2019 SLLS Summer School on
Longitudinal and Life Course Research
NCCR LIVES and Geneva School of Social Sciences,
University of Geneva, Switzerland
26th - 30th August 2019
From 26th to 30th of August, the 2019 SLLS Summer School on Longitudinal and Life Course Research will take place. This year organized by Professor Matthias Studer and the NCCR LIVES at University of Geneva, in Switzerland. Registration is open now, until 31st of May – the number of participants is restricted!
Life course research is a burgeoning, interdisciplinary field of studies. It is characterized by theoretical approaches that reflect and inform diverse areas such as sociology, demography, epidemiology, economics, psychology, and social biology. It is also characterized by a set of commonly-used quantitative research methods, such as event-history analysis, multi-level modeling, structural equation modeling and sequence analysis that span disciplinary boundaries.
The Summer School on Longitudinal and Life Course Research brings together scholars from diverse backgrounds and introduces them to the main theories and methods in longitudinal and life course research. Previous schools have been held in Antwerp, Oxford, Bamberg, Zurich and Milan.
The Summer School is intended for post-doctoral fellows and postgraduate research students who are interested in exploring the potential of longitudinal and life course research or who want to further develop their existing skills.