The Second Annual International Graduate Summer School on the Sciences and the Humanities in a Changing World will be held at the Helsingborg Campus, University of Lund, Sweden from 4 to 17 June 2005.

You can find out more details about the organization of the courses (there is no tuition fee, only the costs for student accommodation and travel) on the following website, which includes details about last year’s course and student feedback:

The summer school will centre on three courses: Steve Fuller, ‘The Public Intellectual: Who, Why and How?’ Rom Harré, ‘The Makers of 20th century Psychology’ Jeremy Shearmur, ‘Philosophy and the Social Sciences’

In addition, this year there will be workshops run by Ian Jarvie and Robert Dingwall on writing journal articles for publication.

Based on last year’s experience, I can testify that the two weeks are very invigorating and well worth the cost. There were students from 25 countries spread across four continents.

The contact details are on the website.