The Bologna Process, launched in 1999, aims to harmonize higher education studies across Europe. This reform promotes geographic mobility of undergraduates, graduate students, and academics, as well as scientific collaboration and dual expertise in doctoral research. In this context, how are dance scholars adapting to this common framework? If this new paradigm makes dance studies and scholarly relationships more attractive, what constraints does the harmonization of curricula impose on academics and doctoral students?
This one-day conference is the first attempt to extend the Atelier des doctorants of EDN member Center national de la danse to a European level. Participants will spend the day exploring how to share resources, how to increase the visibility of research, and how to implement joint supervision of doctoral students in European countries. The organizers will open a discussion with professors and doctoral students, asking what is at stake in the harmonization of curricula and what are the limits of this process in the field of dance studies.
More information about the Atelier can be found here.