UACES 2018 — Non-Traditional Panels

Non-traditional panels seek to engage with participants and with European Studies research in new, innovative ways.

After a successful inaugural year at the UACES 2017 conference in Krakow, the non-traditional series returns for UACES 2018 in Bath. Panels will include:

Roundtable: The UK after Brexit and the Challenges of De-Europeanization

Participants
  • Thomas Horsley (University of Liverpool)
  • Michael Dougan (University of Liverpool)
  • Michael Gordon (University of Liverpool)
  • Stephanie Reynolds (University of Liverpool)
  • Harriet Gray (University of Liverpool)
  • Gregory Messenger (University of Liverpool)
  • Katy Sowery (University of Liverpool)
  • Andrew Woodhouse (University of Liverpool)

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Book Panel: Reformation, Revolution and Crisis in European History, Culture and Political Thought

Participants

The panel is convened by one of the book’s two editors, Bronwyn Winter, and will include up to five of its contributors.

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Gender and European Studies: the State of the Discipline

Participants
  • Katharine A. M. Wright (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)
  • Annick Masselot (University of Canterbury)
  • Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey)
  • Toni Haastrup (University of Kent)
  • Hanna Muehlenhoff (VU Amsterdam)

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Roundtable: The EU and Trade in Turbulent Times

Participants
  • Maria Garcia (University of Bath)
  • Johan Adriaensen (University of Maastricht)
  • Clair Gammage (University of Bristol)
  • Gabriel Siles-Brugge (University of Warwick)
  • Michael Smith (University of Warwick)

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Identities, Democracy and Brexit

Participants

Chaired by Daniel Wincott (Cardiff University, UK, ESRC’s Leadership Coordinator for Governance and Brexit Research, the roundtable will have panelists drawn from:

  • Anand Menon (UK and EU Director of the UK in a Changing Europe)
  • Ailsa Henderson (ESRC Scottish Election Study and FoES)
  • Richard Wyn Jones (ESRC Welsh Election Study and FoES)
  • Charlie Jeffery (Formerly ESRC Future of the U.K. and Scotland Tesearch Coordinator and FoES)
  • Lindsay Richards (ESRC BPG ‘Fixed, Crystallising or Diverging: Attitude Formation and change in the run up to Brexit’)
  • Alan Renwick (ESRC BPG ‘Citizen’s Assembly on Brexit’)

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In the Round: EU-Russia Relations and Scholarship. Questions or Accusations? Answers or Propaganda? How Can Scholarship Transcend Political Tensions?

Participants

Chair: Heidi Maurer (LSE)

  • Dr Tatiana Romanova (St Petersburg State University)
  • Dr Maxine David (Leiden University)
  • More participants to be announced

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Democratising Global Governance: the EU’s role in promoting multistakeholderism in external relations

Participants
  • Jamal Shahin (Vrije Universiteit Brussel / University of Amsterdam)
  • Diana Potjomkina (United Nations University, Centre for Regional Integration Studies)
  • Austin Ruckstuhl (United Nations University, Centre for Regional Integration Studies)
  • Katarzyna Jakimowicz (Vrije Universiteit Brussel / United Nations University, Centre for Regional Integration Studies)

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NGOs, Local Authorities & Europe – Framing Civic Engagement

Participants

Organiser: Malgorzata Wochowska (University of Lodz)

This workshop will address the relevancy of Political Instruments that are used by the European Union in order to spread and foster “shared European values” among nongovernmental organisations as well as local/regional authorities.

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Democracy Promotion vs Capacity-Building in the Neighbourhood: How to Make Use of Resilience?

Participants
  • Elena Korosteleva (University of Kent, United Kingdom)
  • Richard Youngs (Carnegie Europe)
  • Eske van Gils (University of Kent)
  • Tatiana Romanova (St Petersburg State University)
  • Igor Merheim-Eyre (IRI Brussels)
  • Miriam Lexmann (IRI Brussels)

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Researching Brexit: between activism, engagement and the perils of neutrality

Participants
  • Katharine A. M. Wright (Newcastle University, United Kingdom)
  • Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey)
  • Charlotte Galpin (University of Birmingham)
  • Daniel Wincott (Cardiff University)
  • Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey)

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REF 2021: Insights from 2014 and Key Challenges for the Future

Participants

Chair: Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey)

  • Alison Harcourt (University of Exeter)
  • Charlie Jeffery (University of Edinburgh)
  • Jonathan Tonge (University of Liverpool)
  • Susan Hodgett (Ulster University)

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Please note the programme is provisional and subject to change

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