Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
In this seminar, we will interrogate how Ireland, the UK and the EU have responded to this crisis. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, and bringing together scholars and practitioners from the social sciences, arts and humanities and health sciences, we will explore differences in these responses, and their consequences. The seminar thus aims to provide an expansive overview of responses to the pandemic, overlaps and gaps, and what lessons may be drawn.
Covid-19 is the first major test for EU-UK relations. The vaccination race and ensuing competition for contracts and jabs had led to a first major row between the UK and its ex-EU partners.
We explore political polarisation in the UK, EU, US and on social media in light of COVID-19, and how democracy can be built back.
How can Europe further science and innovation? What are the ingredients of future innovation? What is this new wave of innovation about? What are our particular strengths and weaknesses?
This inaugural event is a timely reflection on the major trends that have arisen from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in the past year. Bringing together a range of renounced scholars, decision-makers and analysis, the event is organised by the University of Surrey’s Centre for Britain and Europe and the Chinese Economic Association.
How far might the UK’s strategy be blown off course by wider, exogenous pressures or by domestic pushback? What accommodation should we seek in regulatory standards with our external partners?
In the form of white privilege, ‘colour-blindness’ and supremacy, how does whiteness shape individual lives and European societies alike? This event will explore the role of whiteness in Europe and for European identities.
The Department of Legal Studiesand the Doctoral Programme in European Lawof the University of Bolognaorganize a Doctoral workshop, under the direction of Prof. Federico Casolar.
Central European University’s Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy, and International Relations invite paper proposals for its 16th Annual Doctoral Conference.