Dr Marta Eichsteller

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Contact info

Swydd: Darlithydd mewn Cymdeithaseg

E-bost: m.j.eichsteller@bangor.ac.uk

Ffôn: 01248 388783

Lleoliad: Main Arts 224.3

Contact Info (cy)

Swydd: Darlithydd mewn Cymdeithaseg

E-bost: m.j.eichsteller@bangor.ac.uk

Ffôn: 01248 388783

Lleoliad: Main Arts 224.3

Overview (cy)

Yn wreiddiol o Wlad Pwyl, mae gan Marta PhD o Brifysgol Bangor. Cafodd ei PhD: ‘Becoming a Citizen of the World – a narrative biographical study of new cosmopolitans’, ei oruchwylio gan yr Athro Howard Davis.

Cwblhaodd Marta ei MSc mewn Cymdeithaseg (Ymchwil) yn y London School of Economics and Political Science, Llundain (2008) ynghyd â gradd MA mewn Cymdeithas ym Mhrifysgol Jagiellonian, Gwlad Pwyl (2006). Cafodd hefyd BA (Anrhydedd) mewn Gwaith Cymdeithasol Ewropeaidd fel gradd ar y cyd rhwng Froebelseminariet, Copenhagen, Denmarc a Phrifysgol Portsmouth (2006).

Ymunodd Marta â Phrifysgol Bangor yn 2008 pan gafodd ei phenodi'n swyddog ymchwil yn y project EuroIdentities a gyllidwyd gan FP7 yr UE. Yn 2011 fe'i penodwyd yn Ddarlithydd Cyswllt Cymdeithaseg yn yr Ysgol Gwyddorau Cymdeithas, Prifysgol Bangor.

Ieithoedd: Pwyleg, Saesneg, Almaeneg (canolradd) a Rwsieg (sylfaenol)

Diddordebau Ymchwil

Diddordebau Ymchwil

  • Formation of identity and belonging
  • Transnationalism, cosmopolitanism and migrations in European and global context
  • Human Rights and global social policy
  • Education and acquisition of tacit and explicit knowledge
  • Anthropology of cultural pluralism 
  • Philosophy of science
  • Biographical research and construction of narratives
  • Innovative methodological approaches in biographical and narrative data – mixed methods, configurational comparative analysis (QCA), narrative ethnography and fuzzy set analysis.

Prosiectau Ymchwil

2008-11 The Evolution of European Identity: Using biographical methods to study the development of European identity(EU 7th Framework Programme)
Research Assistant on Bangor team, together with Professor Howard Davis (team leader) and Dr Sally Baker (research fellow). This three year project, starting in March 2008, is coordinated by Professor Robert Miller from Queen’s University, Belfast. The other partners are from the Institute of Sociology, Magdeburg, Germany; the Department of European Culture Studies, University of Lodz, Poland; the School of Economics and Business Administration, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia; the Institute of Sociology, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; and the Department of Sociology, ‘Frederico II’ University, Naples, Italy.

Project website: http://www.euroidentities.org

Teaching and Supervision (cy)

Hanes addysgu

  • Methods in Social Research SXU 2001
  • Understanding Society SXU 1003
  • Contemporary Social Debates SXU 2002
  • Identity and Diversity SXS 2011
  • Key Issues in Social Policy SXP 4001

In 2014 Marta was a guest lecturer at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece in Postgraduate programme in ‘Sociobiology, Neuroscience and Education’. 

Other (cy)

Gweithgareddau

International Interdisciplinary Workshop ‘“European Identity” in the EU and Russia: daily life and public discourse’ – Kazan Federal University, Russia, 6-7 December 2012

'The Evolution of European Identities: using biographical methods to study the development of European Identity'

Awarded a place at: ISA PhD Laboratory ‘Social exclusion, citizenship and social capital’ – University of Johannesburg, South Africa, November 2011

‘Constructing legitimacy for a New World – A biographical approach to identity formation and belonging beyond the nation state’

Awarded a place at: ESA PhD Workshop ‘Social Relations in Turbulent Times’ – Geneva, Switzerland, 5-6 September 2011

‘Constructing legitimacy for a new world: transnational identities in the making, a biographical perspective’

The 10th conference of ESA ‘Social Relations in Turbulent Times’ – Geneva, Switzerland, September 2011

‘Listen to my story, this is who I am: Tacit knowledge in Life Story Narratives’

ISA World Congress of Sociology ‘Sociology on the move’ – Gothenburg, Sweden, July 2010

‘Between local and global – Biographical Adjustment Scenarios in Transnational Context’

ESRC International Spring School – University of York, UK, June 2010

‘International Pathfinders – The Biographical Dimensions of Internationalisation of Higher Education’

Otto von Guericke University Conference ‘European Identity: Escape from the “them and us” opposition’ – Magdeburg, Germany, November 2009

‘“International Bubble” analysis of biographical experience of educationally mobile Europeans’

Biographical International Conference ‘Emerging European Identities’–University of Lodz, Poland, September 2009

‘Thematic and Structural considerations in Biographies of the Educationally Mobile’

ESA International Conference ‘European Society or European Societies?’ – Lisbon, Portugal, July 2009

‘Educational and other encounters: narratives of mobility and a biographical significance of international study and training in Europe’

BSA Annual Conference ‘The Challenge of Global Social Inquiry’ – Cardiff, UK, April 2009

‘Exploring European identities through biographical narratives’

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