Jean Monnet Online Winter School 2021
This online event is the first Annual Jean Monnet Winter School in Advanced Interdisciplinary Approaches to European Studies.
This brand-new Jean Monnet Winter School is presented by the Centre for Britain and Europe, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Department of Politics, University of Surrey.
It is designed to support Masters and PhD students, both from the UK and those from Europe offering insightful workshops from our team at the University of Surrey and other specialists. Interested undergraduate students are also very welcome to attend.
Taking an advanced interdisciplinary approach to European Studies, the Winter School includes five key disciplines: Politics (Europeanisation), International Relations (Foreign Policy), Sociology (gender & identity), Law (EU/UK, legal frameworks and civil rights), Economics & Business (trade policy, economics, EU-UK negotiations).
09:15-09:30: Coffee and catch-up
09:30-09:45: Welcome: Professor Amelia Hadfield & Dr Alia Middleton (CBE Co-Directors)
09:45-10:15: Session 1: Framing De/Re-Europeanisation
Dr Theofanis Exadaktylos and Professor Simon Usherwood
10:15-10: 30: Break
10:30-11:00: Exploring Electoral Behaviour in the UK and Europe
Dr Alia Middleton and Dr Roula Nezi
11:15-12:00: Key Trends in Europe from an Interdisciplinary Perspective
Professor Holger Breinlich (Economics), Dr Noreen O’Meara (Law), and Dr Venetia Evergeti (Sociology)
Coordinator: Dr Alia Middleton
12:00-12:15: The College of Europe
Ogerta Lala, Communications and Recruitment Assistant
12:20-13:00: Brexit and the pandemic: The challenges ahead
Professor Roger Awan-Scully, Cardiff University and Chair of PSA, Dr Nicholas Startin, University of Bath and Chair of UACES, Professor Amelia Hadfield, University of Surrey and Dean International, Dr Olga Litvyak University of Vienna and Chair of the UACES Graduate Forum.
Coordinator: Dr Roula Nezi