Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
The Strange Survival of Liberal Britain
Book launch of Vernon Bogdanor's new book The Strange Survival of Liberal Britain. This is an in-person public event co-hosted by UCL European Institute and EISPS.
Workshop ‘European Studies’
Two broad strands will be pursued during the workshop – firstly the history of the process of European Integration to establish the necessary underpinning to our understanding of the progress of European integration, and secondly an examination of the process of European integration today, identifying and questioning the drivers of the change that is taking place.Call for papers open
Graduate Forum Research Conference 2023
The UACES Graduate Forum Committee is pleased to invite submissions for the 2023 UACES Graduate Forum Research Conference. Paper and panel proposals are welcomed from PhD and Early-Career researchers worldwide, working in all areas of contemporary European Studies.Call for papers open
CES Presents: "European Banking Nationalism: State Power and Troubled Banks"
A book launch organised by UACES and the editors of the Routledge/ UACES Contemporary European Studies book series for their new book 'European Banking Nationalism: State Power and Troubled Banks', which has been published this year by Shawn Donnelly (University of Twente) and by Gaia Pometto (independent researcher based in Amsterdam).
The European Union, the United Nations and Global Governance
The Summer School on the European Union and the United Nations in Global Governance offers a series of lectures and seminars familiarizing students with the inner workings of these two institutions and interactions between them.
A Differentiated Europe and its Implications
This June, ARENA offers a PhD course with expert lecturers on differentiation in Europe. The PhD course will run from 12 to 16 June 2023 at the University of Oslo. It is organised by ARENA researchers John Erik Fossum and Jarle Trondal.
Interdisciplinary Research Workshops on Threats to Democratic Values
During the last part of the Summer School, we will also hold the 2nd Annual Interdisciplinary Research Workshops. Both events will take place in hybrid format—on campus at UCLan Cyprus and online, via MS Teams.
Doctoral Workshop on Research Quality and Productivity
This is doctoral workshop on research quality and productivity to be led by Prof Sarosh Kuruvilla from the ILR School at Cornell University.
After Brexit: the UK, the EU, the European neighbourhood, and beyond
This workshop provides an occasion for early career researchers to present theoretical, conceptual or empirical work examining the political, legal and economic impact of Brexit on the UK and the home nations, the EU, its member states, neighbouring states, and other third countries.
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