Upcoming Events Calendar
View forthcoming events organised by the wider European Studies community.
This event launches the book "Understanding the EU as a Good Global Actor: Ambitions, Values and Metrics", published by Edward Elgar in Winter 2022.
This is a hybrid event delivered by Professor Brigid Laffan, Emeritus Professor at the European University Institute.
Stefaan de Rynck will be discussing his new book, 'Inside the Deal: How the EU got Brexit Done'.
Analyzing the EU’s political, socio-economic, and cultural relations and technical cooperation with two respective regions, we aim to uncover how (and why) the EU is possibly adopting a different approach to designing its foreign policy vis-à-vis the region in question. Which continuities and which differences can be identified?
The conference marks the end of this Erasmus+-funded project which has sought to interrogate the Eurocentrism at the heart of European Studies and look at ways in which the field can be more inclusive of a range of perspectives, diverse in its demography and multidisciplinary in its approach to its object of study.
An event organised by the Institute for the Study of European Law (ISEL), City Law School.
On 16-17 March 2023, the University of Pisa will host a Doctoral Workshop on EU Law, organised by PhD researchers for PhD researchers.
This conference is meant to open a discussion on the applications of EU social and environmental policies in the business world. The objective of the conference is to analyse the enablers and barriers for the full participation of businesses in the transition to sustainability.
EUIA23 will provide a space for interdisciplinary and international scholarly dialogue and exchange on the diverging pathways for the EU to act beyond its borders and play an impactful role in global and regional affairs.