UACES 46th Annual Conference
London, 5-7 September 2016
London is one of the most diverse cities in world with a kaleidoscope of cultures, people and history. This is particularly noticeable in London’s East End, a rapidly developing part of the city, and destination for the 2016 conference. Sample a curry or grab a bagel on the famous Brick Lane; take a stroll down the historic Regent’s canal and experience Broadway Market’s cafes, shops and stalls; or visit London’s Olympic Park and its iconic sporting venues. If you're up for even more, hop on a train and be ready to explore the sights of central London in only 20 minutes.
Our host, Queen Mary University of London and its recently established Centre for European Research and the School of Politics and International Relations, will provide an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of ideas on research and teaching on Europe in the heart of London’s East End. The Centre is also home to two highly successful and prestigious publications: East European Politics (edited by Professor Adam Fagan) and the European Journal for Political Research Political Data Yearbook (co-edited by Dr Rainbow Murray). Historically the Mile End campus was the home of the People's Palace, later named Queen Mary College, which started in 1887 as a philanthropic centre to provide east Londoners with educational, cultural and social activities.
Call for panels and papers opens in October 2015.
Deadline in January 2016.
Notification in March 2016.
Registration opens March 2016.