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Heidelberg Philanthropy Fellowship Programm

Als zentrales Element des interdisziplinären und komparativen Ansatzes mit europäischer Ausrichtung wird das CSI einen internationalen Fellow nach Heidelberg einladen, der sowohl zur Forschung in diesem Feld als auch zur Lehre und daraus hinausgehenden Aktivitäten des Zentrums beitragen soll. Das CSI sieht diesen Austausch als ein zentrales Element seiner Anstrengung, ein Netzwerk mit anderen europäischen Zentren und Gelehrten sowie auch mit führenden Praktikern, die an der Reflektion von Strategien und Ansätzen in diesem Sektor interessiert sind, aufzubauen.

Die Heidelberg Philanthropy Fellows werden eingeladen, eine flexible Zeitspanne (zwischen acht Wochen und sechs Monaten) am CSI zu verbringen. Zunächst ist geplant zwei Fellows pro Jahr einzuladen. Fellows werden unter folgenden Bedingungen eingeladen...mehr

Zukünftige und aktuelle Heidelberg Philanthropy Fellows:

Lorenzo FioramontiSeit Frühjahr 2010

Lorenzo Fioramonti, Department of Politics, Universität Bologna

Lorenzo Fioramonti ist momentan Post-Doctoral Research Fellow am Department of Politics der Universität Bologna. Außerdem ist er Mitglied des Advisory Boards des "Business Guide to NGOs and UN Agencies" und Research Fellow bei CIVICUS (Südafrika). 2005 hat er seine Doktorarbeit ("A Case of Micro-Assistance to Democracy: the European Union Supporting Advice Community-Based Organizations in South Africa") an der Universität Sienna abgeschlossen. Davor hat er Politikwissenschaft an der Universität in Rom studiert.


Heidelberg Philanthropy Fellows der vergangenen Jahre waren:

GidronOktober 2009 bis Januar 2010

Prof. Benjamin Gidron, Director, Israeli Center for Third Sector Research and School of Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel.

Benjamin Gidron is the founder and director of the Israeli Center for Third sector Research (ICTR) at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva, Israel. He has been researching issues pertaining to the Third Sector and related topics for the past 25 years. He is a Professor at the Guilford Glazer School of Business & Management at BGU, where he founded and directs the Nonprofit Organizations Management Program . He came to the School of Management after serving for some 20 years at the BGU Spitzer Department of Social Work, where he served as the chair (1985-90). He holds the David and Dorothy Schwartzman Chair for Community Development....mehr


Alex TurriniOktober 2009 bis Februar 2010

Alex Turrini, Bocconi Universität, Mailand

Alex Turrini ist Assistant Professor für Public und Nonprofit Management an der Bocconi Universität in Mailand. Außerdem ist er Reasearch Fellow für Local Government Studies (SDA Bocconi School of Management) und für Social Care Management und Policy (Research Center on Healthcare und Social Care Management an der Bocconi Universität). Seine Doktorarbeit ("Audience Development in Performing Arts. Using Markov Models to Build Arts Institutions' Strategies Toward New and Existing Audience") hat Alex Turrini in Betriebswirtschaftlehre geschrieben. Ab Oktober 2009 ist Alex Turrini Fellow am Centrum für soziale Investitionen und Innovationen.

Susan VerducciMärz bis Mai 2008

Prof. Susan Verducci, Humanities Department, San José State University, USA.

Susan Verducci is Assistent Professor at the Humanities Department at San José State University. She received a docorate in Philosophy of Eduaction at Stanford University (Dissertation: Empathy, Morality and Moral Education). Her most recent publication are:

Verducci, S. (forthcoming, 2009). Happiness and Education: Tilting at Windmills. Education Philosophy and Theory

Verducci, S. and Schroeer, A. (forthcoming 2009). Social Trust. In The International Encyclopedia of Civil Society.

Susan VerducciDezember 2007

Prof. Benjamin Gidron, Director, Israeli Center for Third Sector Research and School of Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel.

Benjamin Gidron is the founder and director of the Israeli Center for Third sector Research (ICTR) at Ben Gurion University of the Negev in Beer-Sheva, Israel. He has been researching issues pertaining to the Third Sector and related topics for the past 25 years. He is a Professor at the Guilford Glazer School of Business & Management at BGU, where he founded and directs the Nonprofit Organizations Management Program . He came to the School of Management after serving for some 20 years at the BGU Spitzer Department of Social Work, where he served as the chair (1985-90). He holds the David and Dorothy Schwartzman Chair for Community Development....mehr


Kathleen D. McCarthySeptember bis Oktober 2007

Prof. Kathleen D. McCarthy, Director and Founder of the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, New York.

Kathleen D. McCarthy, the Center's founding Director, received her Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago and joined the history faculty of The Graduate Center of The City University of New York in 1986. She is the author of American Creed: Philanthropy and the Rise of Civil Society, 1700-1865 (University of Chicago Press, 2003, 2005); Women's Culture: American Philanthropy and Art, 1830-1930 (winner, ARNOVA Distinguished Book Award) as well as many other books, edited volumes and articles on local, national, and international philanthropy, and has lectured on these topics worldwide.


 
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