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Find a diverse range of events that advance your studies. We organise conferences and seminars but also promote events that are organised by our individual and group members.

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Upcoming events

Browse our list of future events on all aspects of European Studies.

Discourse and Politics and Journey to Justice are proud to collaborate to bring lived experience activism to research about policy change.

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Our 51st Annual Conference will be a wonderful opportunity to meet colleagues and other academics online to discuss topics related to European Studies and Europe.

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How real are the risks of a power vacuum Angela Merkel might leave in Europe? How will the empowered German Green party, which is riding high in the polls, shape the country with its major car industry and the debate around the Energiewende? What will Germany’s role be in the future in geopolitical tensions and on the EU policy level?

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UACES 51st Annual Conference - Online

We hope you will join us this year at UACES 51st Annual Conference. Use the opportunity to meet colleagues and other academics virtually and discuss topics related to European Studies and Europe from wherever you are based. The conference will be our 2nd Virtual Conference and we plan to develop the experience from the previous one.

The conference will take place from 6-8 September 2021.

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UACES Graduate Forum Online Research Conference

The UACES Graduate Forum committee is pleased to invite submissions for the 2021 UACES Graduate Forum Research Conference. Paper and panel proposals are welcomed from PhD and Early-Career researchers worldwide, working in all areas of contemporary European Studies. This year’s conference will be held virtually from 17-18 June 2021.

Submit your proposals by 11 April 2021



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