GRIP will be back from the summer holidays in August.
In the meantime, here are some holiday recommendations for some of the 2022 highlights from GRIP:
- GRIP was proud to invite Jason Hickel to deliver a keynote at this year’s Bergen Summer Research School. The keynote can be seen here: Capitalism, Inequality, and the Myth of Catch-Up Development (Jason Hickel)
- We have several publications available both online and open access, a list of which can be found here: open access – GRIP
- Open calls for various initiatives and projects: Calls for contributions
- Interested in what we did last year? Read our annual report 2021 here: Annual Report 2021
- Our podcast makes for the perfect summer listen! Our latest episodes are an interview with Caitlin Zaloom about her new co-edited book The Long Year; a 2020 Reader, and a recording of the keynote “On epistemic decentralization: challenges for knowledge infrastructures” with Prof. Leandro Rodriguez Medina and GRIP affiliate Susanne Koch. Check out all our latest episodes here (or find them in your podcast app): Unequal Worlds; an inequality research podcast
- GRIP has welcomed several new affiliated researchers this year, a list of which can be found here: Affiliates. We are also lucky that one of them, Yasmeen Arif, is staying in Bergen as a visiting researcher this summer.
- GRIP had two successful sessions at this year’s SDG Bergen conference, which you can enjoy the recordings of here: Justice and Equity: Diversity and the human wealth in modes of knowing and here: “Leaving No Child and No Adolescent Behind”.
- This year GRIP has joined two new exciting collaborative projects, which you can read about here: Inequalities and their Effects on Forest Knowledge and here: Urban Inequality in Relation to Climate Change
- Lastly, if you are in Bergen this summer, be sure to visit the Imaging Inequality exhibition at the Bergen Student Centre! Those not in Bergen can look forward tot he virtual exhibition this autumn, and read about the artists here: The Imaging Inequality Project
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