Constructed Complexities Workshop 26-27 Nov 2014 at Barnett Hill, Guildford

Social Complexity, Institutions and Power – The 4th Constructed Complexities Workshop
Join an international network of interdisciplinary scholars to discuss different ways of approaching emergence, self-organisation, agency, institutions and power within a broad range of complex and theoretically interesting issues such as common resource management and climate change, political ideas and agency, spatial organisation of polities and social and political construction of criminal justice policies.
The workshop speakers include Mike Agar (Maryland), Tony Lawson (Cambridge), Mark Olssen (Surrey), Frances Cleaver (King’s College), Stephen Farrall (Sheffield), Gerhard Schnyder (King’s College), Andrew Cumbers (Glasgow)Frank Schiller (Surrey) and Jakop Rozema (East Anglia).
ESRC-funded, the workshop is free of charge and there are (limited) amounts of travel support you can apply for. If you want to attend the workshop, write a short email to Ozge Dilaver ( or Amy Woodward ( explaining your research interests and how you can benefit from the workshop. There are limited places in the workshop and they will be allocated on first come first served basis among scholars with relevant research interests. Early career researchers will be prioritised for travel support.