The Culture & Psychology (C&P) School, sponsored by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), offers a unique learning opportunity to students pursuing Doctoral and Masters degrees who share a keen interest in the intersection of culture and psychology. Our workshops are thoughtfully designed to cater to a diverse range of participants, from early graduate scholars to those in advanced or senior graduate programs.
The C&P School provides a research-intensive and interactive experience that unites individuals from various academic backgrounds, offering them the chance to both learn from one another and receive specialized training from esteemed experts in the realm of psychology intertwined with cultural studies. This transformative experience is set against the enchanting backdrop of Ubud, Indonesia, taking place from August 1 to 4, 2024, just before the IACCP conference in Bali, Indonesia.
At the heart of the C&P School is a dedication to nurturing community-engaged scholarship. We are committed to fostering the development of comprehensive research skills, promoting international collaborations, and guiding participants in the preparation of scholarly manuscripts and grant applications. Our overarching aim is to ignite meaningful connections between peers and instructors in a conducive and productive environment. We place a strong emphasis on the applied nature of research and underscore the significance of interdisciplinary collaborations.
Timeline: December 20th, 2023: Deadline for Instructor applications.
Instructors receive a monetary reward for teaching, waived IACCP conference registration fees, and will have their accommodation covered during the C&P school.
Application and Further Info
To apply, please submit a cover letter outlining your chosen 1.5-day course, your motivation for wanting to be part of the C&P School, along with your curriculum vitae (CV).
Send these documents to email@example.com.
C&P School Organizers
Alex English (Chair), Wenzhou-Kean University, China
Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Saba Safdar, University of Guelph, Canada
PhD Student Volunteers: Ariane Virgona & Marie Kollek
See this link for more details of the program