Feedback sessions

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:

  1. 10 min presentation by a student introducing their PhD project
  2. 10 min feedback from a fellow student in the track
  3. 10 min feedback from a topic-relevant researcher
  4. 10 min feedback from the track leader
  5. 10 min where the presenting student can respond to the feedback
  6. 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:

  1. Activism and social movements
  2. AI and datafication
  3. Audiences and content creation
  4. News and journalism
  5. Welfare and crisis