The FRINGE Centre (the Centre for the Study of Social & Cultural Complexity at University College) will launch the Global Atlas of Social and Cultural Complexity on 17 March 2016. The Global Atlas of Social and Cultural Complexity will be the first multimedia online resource focused on under-researched practices which are often seen as non-transparent or hidden to an outsider. The launch will provide a taster of informality, with short introductions that illuminate informal and invisible practices from across the globe.
- Claudia Baez-Camargo, Head of Governance Research, Basel Institute on Governance
- Tim Beasley-Murray, Senior Lecturer in European Thought and Culture at UCL
- Akosua Bonsu, PhD Candidate, UCL Philosophy
- Ellen Filor, Junior Research Fellow, UCL’s Institute of Advanced Studies
- Fredrik Galtung, President and Co-Founder of Integrity Action.
- Eric Gordy, Senior Lecturer in Southeast European Politics
- Udo Grashoff, DAAD Francis L. Carsten Lecturer in Modern German History
- Alena Ledeneva, Professor of Politics & Sociology
The event is affiliated with the series ‘Innovations in Corruption Studies in Europe and beyond‘ organised by the FP7 ANTICORRP team at University College London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, led by Professor Alena Ledeneva.
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