The purpose of the feedback sessions is to provide you detailed and constructive feedback on your PhD project. Each track is led by a senior scholar (track leader), and include visits from topic-relevant researchers from around Europe.
Each feedback session will be structured accordingly:
- 10 min presentation by a student introducing their PhD project
- 10 min feedback from a fellow student in the track
- 10 min feedback from a topic-relevant researcher
- 10 min feedback from the track leader
- 10 min where the presenting student can respond to the feedback
- 20 min for remarks from other students in the track, and/or general discussion and questions
All feedback is presented orally. Written/in-text feedback is not necessary but allowed if deemed relevant, and only as an addition to the oral feedback. For the presentation of the PhD project, use of audio-visual aids (e.g., PowerPoint) is encouraged.
For the 2023 edition of the Summer School, the sessions are organised in five thematic tracks:
- Activism and social movements
- AI and datafication
- Audiences and content creation
- News and journalism
- Welfare and crisis