Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World
An Excellence Hub in Research, Education and Public Outreach (ReNEW)
ReNEW (Reimagining Norden in an Evolving World) is a research hub established to enhance cooperation to develop new and path-breaking excellence in research about the Nordic region within a challenging global context. Promoting mobility, exchange, high-level conferences and education, it brings together six Nordic universities in one strategic hub, with world-wide connections. It involves key disciplines and diverse strands of scholarship, uniting existing research initiatives within the social sciences and humanities that engage with Norden. ReNEW also facilitates cooperation and partnership between researchers and decision makers from the public, private and third sector. ReNEW is funded by NordForsk through Nordic University Hubs initiative.
Nordic University Excellence hub
The Fourth Nordic Challenges Conference - Deadline extension until 13 March 2020
The deadline for submitting panel and paper proposals for the Fourth Nordic Challenges Conference: Reconsidering the Nordic Models in an age of...
ReNEW mobility, workshop and open access funding granted
In ReNEW's fourth applications round funding was granted for 41 researchers for mobility, workshop and open access publishing.
Extended deadline! Second ReNEW Summer University 2020 – Identity Politics: Comparative Perspectives on the Nordic Countries and East Central Europe
The summer university takes place at Södertörn University, Stockholm, and at the University of Gdańsk, 9 June - 18 June 2020. It will be an...
Call for panel proposals: The Fourth Nordic Challenges Conference, 6-7 November, 2020, Boston University
The Fourth Nordic Challenges Conference: Reconsidering the Nordic Models in an age of polarization will be held November 6th-7th, 2020 at Boston...
ReNEW Summer University: Identity Politics - Comparative Perspectives on the Nordic Countries and East Central Europe
Call for applications for ReNEW Summer University 2020: Identity Politics: Comparative Perspectives on the Nordic Countries and east central...