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GSSR

Academic Year 2023-2024, Semester 1: October 2, 2023 – February 12, 2024

Academic Year 2023-2024, Semester 2: February 19, 2024 – June 14, 2024

Courses in GSSR’s PhD Programmes

For your chosen discipline, some courses are compulsory. You make take courses from outside of your chosen discipline as optional courses.

Courses by discipline

Compulsory courses: Philosophy

 


Optional courses

(These optional courses are compulsory in the Political Studies programme)

 

(These optional courses are compulsory in the Psychology programme)

 

(This optional course is a compulsory course in the Sociology programme)

 

(These optional courses are not compulsory in any PhD programme)


Optional Courses Outside of GSSR

Courses may also be taken at other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Poland or abroad (Erasmus+, Fulbright etc). For details, please contact John Fells, GSSR’s Academic Director.

 

Compulsory courses: Sociology

 


Optional courses

(These optional courses are mandatory in the Philosophy programme)

 

(This optional course is compulsory in the Political Studies programme)

 

(These optional courses are compulsory in the Psychology programme)

 

(These optional courses are not compulsory in any PhD programme)

  • Andrzej Leder: Logic and Trauma XI
  • Piotr Binder: Qualitative Data Analysis with MAXQDA
  • Ewa Domaradzka: Positive Psychology – the Science of Well-Being
  • Galia Chimiak, Magdalena Grabowska, and Su-Ming Khoo (NUI – Galway): Specialization in Bridging Academic and NGO Research
  • Joshua Dubrow, Anastas Vangeli, Przemysław Tomalski: Article Finishing Course Social Sciences
  • Mikołaj Ratajczak, Randall Auxier: Article Finishing Course – Philosophy and Social Theory
  • Agnieszka Cianciara: European Studies: Theories and Concepts [not offered this semester]
  • Jagna Brudzińska:  Phenomenology [not offered this semester]
  • Paweł Dobrowolski: Programming PsychoPy Experiments with Python [not offered this semester]
  • Luisa Brotto: Introduction to Renaissance Intellectual History: Research Problems and Methodology [not offered this semester]
  • Danilo Facca, Matthias Roick, Luisa Brotto, Valentina Lepri, Alicja Bielak (Centre for the History of Renaissance Knowledge): Social Bonds. Practical Philosophy and the Problem of Living Together in Early Modernity [not offered this semester]
  • Ilona Wysmułek: Doctoral Study Group – GSSR Program for Ukraine [not offered this semester]
  • Michał Kotnarowski: Advanced Quantitative Methods, Social Sciences (including GLM methods) [not offered this semester]
  • Łukasz Okruszek: Introduction to Social Neuroscience [not offered this semester]

Optional Courses Outside of GSSR

Courses may also be taken at other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Poland or abroad (Erasmus+, Fulbright etc). For details, please contact John Fells, GSSR’s Academic Director.

Compulsory Courses: Political Studies

 


Optional Courses

(These optional courses are mandatory in the Philosophy programme)

 

(These optional courses are compulsory courses in the Psychology programme)

 

(These optional courses are compulsory in Sociology)

 

(These optional courses are not compulsory in any PhD programme)

  • Andrzej Leder: Logic and Trauma XI
  • Piotr Binder: Qualitative Data Analysis with MAXQDA
  • Ewa Domaradzka: Positive Psychology – the Science of Well-Being
  • Galia Chimiak, Magdalena Grabowska, and Su-Ming Khoo (NUI – Galway): Specialization in Bridging Academic and NGO Research
  • Mikołaj Ratajczak, Randall Auxier: Article Finishing Course – Philosophy and Social Theory
  • Joshua Dubrow, Anastas Vangeli, Przemysław Tomalski: Article Finishing Course Social Sciences
  • Agnieszka Cianciara: European Studies: Theories and Concepts [not offered this semester]
  • Jagna Brudzińska:  Phenomenology [not offered this semester]
  • Pawel Dobrowolski: Programming PsychoPy Experiments with Python [not offered this semester]
  • Luisa Brotto: Introduction to Renaissance Intellectual History: Research Problems and Methodology [not offered this semester]
  • Danilo Facca, Matthias Roick, Luisa Brotto, Valentina Lepri, Alicja Bielak (Centre for the History of Renaissance Knowledge): Social Bonds. Practical Philosophy and the Problem of Living Together in Early Modernity [not offered this semester]
  • Ilona Wysmułek: Doctoral Study Group – GSSR Program for Ukraine [not offered this semester]
  • Michał Kotnarowski: Advanced Quantitative Methods, Social Sciences (including GLM methods) [not offered this semester]
  • Łukasz Okruszek: Introduction to Social Neuroscience [not offered this semester]

Optional Courses Outside of GSSR

Courses may also be taken at other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Poland or abroad (Erasmus+, Fulbright etc). For details, please contact John Fells, GSSR’s Academic Director.

Compulsory Courses: Psychology


Optional Courses

(These optional courses are compulsory in Philosophy)

 

(These optional courses are compulsory in Sociology)

 

(This optional course is compulsory in Political Studies)

 

(These optional courses are not compulsory in any PhD programme)

  • Andrzej Leder: Logic and Trauma XI
  • Piotr Binder: Qualitative Data Analysis with MAXQDA
  • Ewa Domaradzka: Positive Psychology – the Science of Well-Being
  • Galia Chimiak, Magdalena Grabowska, and Su-Ming Khoo (NUI – Galway): Specialization in Bridging Academic and NGO Research
  • Mikołaj Ratajczak, Randall Auxier: Article Finishing Course – Philosophy and Social Theory
  • Joshua Dubrow, Anastas Vangeli, Przemysław Tomalski: Article Finishing Course Social Sciences
  • Agnieszka Cianciara: European Studies: Theories and Concepts [not offered this semester]
  • Jagna Brudzińska:  Phenomenology [not offered this semester]
  • Pawel Dobrowolski: Programming PsychoPy Experiments with Python [not offered this semester]
  • Luisa Brotto: Introduction to Renaissance Intellectual History: Research Problems and Methodology [not offered this semester]
  • Danilo Facca, Matthias Roick, Luisa Brotto, Valentina Lepri, Alicja Bielak (Centre for the History of Renaissance Knowledge): Social Bonds. Practical Philosophy and the Problem of Living Together in Early Modernity [not offered this semester]
  • Ilona Wysmułek: Doctoral Study Group – GSSR Program for Ukraine [not offered this semester]
  • Michał Kotnarowski: Advanced Quantitative Methods, Social Sciences (including GLM methods) [not offered this semester]
  • Łukasz Okruszek: Introduction to Social Neuroscience [not offered this semester]

Optional Courses Outside of GSSR

Courses may also be taken at other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Poland or abroad (Erasmus+, Fulbright etc). For details, please contact John Fells, GSSR’s Academic Director.