The Van Doorn Fellowship and Chair
The Van Doorn Fellowship and Chair is offered to a leading social scientist (preferably a sociologist or public administration expert) with very broad theoretical and empirical experience in the field of societal issues and the analysis of policy and administration. The candidate can both be a scholar from the Netherlands or from abroad.
Deadline for nominations is 15 April 2019.
For more information about the nomination and the procedure, please read the call on Erasmus University’s website.
About J.A.A. van Doorn
The prof. dr. J.A.A. van Doorn Fellowship and Chair is set up in honour of one of the Netherlands’ leading sociologists and the founder of the Sociology programme at Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). It stimulates sociological research that relates to the style of Van Doorn. That is to say: it has a broad orientation towards an analysis of societal, political and administrative issues with a strong historical basis. Themes analysed by Van Doorn include the relationship between modernization, rationalization and technocracy, colonial history or the sociological analysis of military organizations and the use of force.
Previous Van Doorn Fellows include Professors Evelyn Ruppert, Kees Schuyt and Mark Bovens.