Working Groups

This working group's goal is to develop and conduct a comparative study that assesses whether equality policies in western democracies have been effectively implemented and have promoted gender equality.

This working group examines migration and tries to think about it in a different way, as a loss of homeland but also the making of a new home and asks, what makes it possible for people to feel at home in exile.

The Food Group aims to promote research into the production, distribution, and consumption of food and drink from the perspective of interdisciplinary social science.

This BISR Working Group provides a context for colleagues across the College to meet together to explore psychoanalytic theory and practice in all its diverse dimensions.

The goal of the Guilt Group is to foster interdisciplinary discussion and understanding of guilt.

This interdisciplinary research group explores global connections between population, environment and resource dynamics and their links to politics.