Jobs and other Announcements

On this site, you will see job announcements and miscellaneaous at irregular intervals as they were published before in the latest ECSR Newsletter. Generally, the ECSR Newsletter is scheduled to be published around the 10th of a month.

Jobs and Positions

Call for Conference Papers or Journal Contributions

• Call for abstracts: 18th European Association for Research on Adolescence Conference, 24-26 August 2022, Dublin, Ireland

Learn more at:

Abstracts for symposia, individual papers and posters, views by two, and discussion sessions, are due on 10 December 2021.


• DIGCLASS, online

Seminar Series of the DIGCLASS (Social Classes in the Digital Age) Centre for Advanced Studies project, (online), once a month, October 2021 to June 2022.
The full programme can be found at:
Further details on other activities:


• ESR Best Article of the Year Prize to Arun Frey for ‘Cologne Changed Everything’—The Effect of Threatening Events on the Frequency and Distribution of Intergroup Conflict in Germany


• ECSR Prize for best PhD thesis to Carlos J. Gil Hernández for Cracking Meritocracy from the Starting Gate: Social Inequality in Skill Formation and School Choice


• New journal In_equality, edited and published by the research center “The Politics of Inequality”, a Cluster of Excellence at the University of Konstanz, Germany

In_equality is a research magazine intended for a wide and varied audience of academics and readers interested in science and scholarship, to inform, but also to entertain.
In_equality is freely available at: and will be published twice a year.

Each issue of In_equality will include contributions of sociologists, economists, political scientists, linguists and education researchers that write about their work, inviting readers to a dialogue on social inequality.
The editorial team closely collaborates with designers to also translate the idea of inequality into visual terms.

In the first issue of In_equality, available now, the subject COVID-19 and inequality is treated.


• German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study (GERPS): Second wave for scientific use published

The German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study (GERPS) just published its second wave for scientific use via the GESIS data archive. GERPS is a probability-based online panel with 20 to 70 year-old Germans who either recently left Germany or returned from abroad. It comprises five waves over a period of 36 months. Wave 1 includes approximately 11,000 participants, wave 2 roughly 7,000.
The study enables researchers to investigate reasons and consequences of international migration. Given the survey length and period, GERPS further allows studying the role of the COVID-19 pandemic for international migration and integration.

Data access:

More Information about the project: