The programme below is provisional and subject to change.


Thursday 17 November 2016 (In conjunction with ANTERO - to be held at LSE)

14:15 14:45


14:45 17:00

Old vs. New: How should the current events influence our teaching? How much space is there for history?

Chair: Dr Heidi Maurer (Maastricht University)

  • Dr Viviane Gravey (Queen's University Belfast)
  • Dr N. Piers Ludlow (LSE)
  • Dr Francesco Marchi (ESSEC Business School)
  • Prof Ben Tonra (University College Dublin)
  • Prof Richard Whitman (University of Kent)
17:30 19:00

Brexit and the EU Global Strategy

Chair: Prof Karen E. Smith (LSE)

  • Prof Sven Biscop (Royal Egmont Institute)
  • Nathalie Tocci (Istituto Affari Internazionali in Rome)
  • Prof Ben Tonra (University College Dublin)

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19:15 20:30 Drinks in a Local Pub


Friday 18 November 2016 (To be held at the Swedenborg Society)

08.30 09.00

Registration and Coffee

09.00 09.30

Welcome address & Academic speed-dating

  • Dr Viviane Gravey (Chair UACES Student Forum & Queen's University Belfast)
09.30 10.15

MOOCs: Digital Education and Public Engagement

Chair: Dr Pawel Pustelnik

  • Anthony Salamone (University of Edinburgh)
  • Dr Andrew Glencross (University of Stirling)
  • Dr Katherine Weber (FutureLearn)
10.15 11.00

Fieldwork and Funding in the Brexit Environment

Chair: Anna Wambach

  • Brendan Moore (University of East Anglia)
  • Jovan Luzajic (Universities UK)
  • Dr Pawel Pustelnik (Cardiff University)
11.00 11.30

Coffee Break

11.30 12.30

Navigating the Different Stages of the PhD

Chair: Quincy Cloet

  • Dr Clare Lindsay (Newcastle University)
  • Dr Nathan Ryder
  • Anna Wambach (Newcastle University)
12.30 13.30


13.30 14.00

Elections for Student Forum Committee 2016-18

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14.00 14:45

Teaching European Studies Post-Referendum

Chair: Dr Viviane Gravey

  • Dr Chris Huggins (University of Keele)
  • Dr Maxine David (Leiden University)
14:45 15:15

Coffee Break

15.15 16:15

Academic Publishing: Looking beyond Books and Articles

Chair: Anthony Salamone

  • Dr Amelia Hadfield (Canterbury Christ Church University)
  • Chris Gilson (London School of Economics)
  • Quincy Cloet (University of Aberystwyth)
  • Jon Worth