UACES Annual Conference 2021
UACES 2nd Virtual Conference
Due to the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty about how the situation will develop this year, the UACES Committee and Office have decided to move the Annual Conference fully online one more time. We assessed all our options carefully, however, we came to this conclusion for a number of reasons. Read the details about our decision in the Officer's statement.
Nevertheless, we hope you will join us this year and use the opportunity to meet colleagues and other academics virtually and discuss topics related to European Studies and Europe from wherever you are based. We are planning to develop the virtual conference experience from the previous one.
The UACES office will be working hard in the coming months to put together a programme that will take full advantage of the opportunities provided by virtual conferencing. We hope that the event will be useful and fruitful for all delegates and that it will provide opportunities for social interaction and networking as well as academic exchange. More information about how we are planning to design the 2nd virtual conference will be released soon.
Find an overview of key dates from CfP, decision making to conference dates.
Call for Paper deadline
Early Registrations open
Communication of Decisions & Registration Opens
Local Meetup sign-ups close
Call for Papers & Panels is now closed.
Proposals for individual papers, pre-organised panels and non-traditional panels are all welcome. Panels will be prioritised, where all else is equal. Please read the guidelines carefully before making your submission. UACES as an organisation actively promotes gender balance in the formation of panels at its annual conference and at UACES sponsored events. As such, it does not permit all-male panels. Please take this into account when submitting panel suggestions.Login to ConfTool
Submission Guidelines & FAQs
UACES accepts papers and panels on all areas of contemporary European Studies, from established academics, practitioners, early-career researchers and doctoral students worldwide. We broadly define contemporary European Studies as an interdisciplinary field that focuses on current and recent developments in European integration. We accept proposals from a range of disciplines including (but not limited to) political science, EU public policy, geography, cultural studies, anthropology, European history, European law, economics, philosophy and sociology.Guidelines & FAQs