doctoral partnership

CCC Programme built partnerships with artists, researchers, institutions, with the aim of creating international research units and a doctoral school. It is committed to a network of sustainable relations with CCC students, alumni and professors.

research project partnership

CCC Faculty develops collaborative research projects gathering senior and junior researchers, graduate and doctoral students in partnership with institutions, NGO, associations and civil society communities.

In 2012-2014, CCC Programme received a financial support from Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) for the project Memory Politics and Art Practices (in French, Politiques et initiatives mémorielles dans les processus de paix et de reconstruction [PIMPA/PPR]), a partnership with: the Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum ; the Musée cantonal des beaux-arts, Lausanne; the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; Umm el-Fahem Gallery, Israël. In 2013-2014, the project team launched a new research project, Beyond the monument. Political mobilisations, citizen initiatives and art interventions submitted to the Swiss National Science Foundation [SNSF], in April 2014.

In 2012-2013, CCC Programme develops a second research project entitled Emerging Cultures of Sustainability (ECoS) Addressing Processes of Cultural Translation, Empowerment and Art Interfacing, proposed to SNSF under the title The Anthropocene Atlas of Geneva [TAAG], a partnership with Chelsea College of Art, University of the Arts London; Leuphana University Lüneburg; Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts; The University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI); Sciences Po Ecole des Arts Politiques Paris (SPEAP); School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).

A long-term research project, started in 2000, concerns the role of alternative pedagogy in the economic devices of education, Economy of Education, [E/E]. Its outcomes are among others the construction of the CCC Study Programme as well as the ProPhD and Pre-Doctorate/PhD Seminars and the Research Platform and Doctoral

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