Интенсивные курсы «Европейский союз и отношения России и ЕС сегодня».

Уважаемые дамы и господа!

С удовольствием приглашаем Вас принять участие в зимних интенсивных курсах «Европейский союз и отношения России и ЕС сегодня».

Курсы проходят в формате лекций, дискуссий и ролевых игр, направленных на прояснение всего многообразия вопросов, связанных с современной европейской интеграцией и отношениями России и ЕС.

Если Вы чувствуете потребность расширить свои знания о Европейском союзе, получить ответы на интересующие Вас вопросы о единой Европе, если Вам предстоит работать с европейскими партнерами над проектом или Вы хотите узнать об опыте отношений России и стран ЕС и о современном положении вещей здесь, эти курсы для Вас.

Курсы проводятся для представителей бизнеса, правительственных структур Северо-Запада и неправительственных организаций, для журналистов, преподавателей, учителей, студентов и других заинтересованных лиц.

Курсы бесплатны. Количество участников курсов ограничено. Иногородним участникам возможна оплата дороги и проживания.

Узнать дополнительную информацию можно:
- на официальном сайте Центра Превосходства Жана Монне (http://euactive.ru/);
- по электронной почте .

Для участия в курсах заполните анкету, размещенную на сайте www.euactive.ru, и отправьте ее по электронной почте до 20 января 2017 года.

Занятия будут проходить в помещении Факультета международных отношений СПбГУ, (ул. Смольного 1/3, 8 подъезд (помещение Смольного собора)).

Продолжительность: 8-9 февраля, всего 16 академических часов.

По окончании будет выдан сертификат.

Мы будет очень рады Вашим заявкам и крайне признательны, если Вы распространите информацию о зимних курсах среди Ваших коллег и друзей, которым было бы интересно принять участие в курсах.


С уважением и наилучшими пожеланиями,

 

Центр превосходства Ж. Монне

факультета международных отношений
Санкт-Петербургского государственного университета

 

С уважением и наилучшими пожеланиями,

Центр Превосходства Ж. Монне

01/08/2018

annual International Conference of Europeanists

My name is Tyler Green and I work with the Council for European Studies at Columbia University. We organize the annual International Conference of Europeanists, the 26th of which will be held in Madrid, Spain in the coming year from June 20th-22nd. The theme for the conference will be Sovereignties in Contention: Nations, Regions and Citizens in Europe.

I am writing in hopes that you might the disseminate attached information about the August 10th opening of our submission period for panel proposals and papers to your networks, relevant departments, or interested faculty and students.

Your assistance in this effort would be greatly appreciated. We hope to see you next June in Madrid!

Sincerely,
Tyler

Call for Papers follows:

*** Please circulate this email with the attached info flyers (Call for Proposals & General Info) to the potentially interested listservs and research networks. Thank you!***

Dear colleagues,

The Council for European Studies (CES) at Columbia University invites proposal submissions for the 26th International Conference of Europeanists on the themes of Sovereignties in Contention: Nations, Regions and Citizens in Europe. The conference will be held at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid on June 20-22, 2019.

Conference Information:

Sovereignty is at the crux of current developments in Europe and at the center of political debate—of which the 2016 referendum on Brexit is just one example. The claim to regain national sovereignty vis-a-vis EU policy-making is common to populist movements throughout Europe today, and it currently dominates the rhetoric of the national governments of Hungary and Poland as well. Anxieties about sovereignty are also key to understanding the demands put forward by regional entities such as Scotland, Catalonia, and Lombardy.

These fights for new forms of sovereignty – or the restoration of old ones – are surprising, even bewildering, to those who imagined that the process of European integration would render the concept of sovereignty obsolete. Yet recent developments clearly show that sovereignty again has become a crucial concept in political, social and cultural fields. It is increasingly invoked not only by regions, nations, and Europe itself, but also by minority populations, marginalized groups, and even individuals as the reason justifying their claims of self-governance, emancipation, or political empowerment.

Recent developments and the material challenges that complicate them – globalization, the digital revolution, mobility – call upon us to reflect on the motives, polities, concepts, and rhetorics of sovereignty more profoundly and, given the complexity of the challenges, to seek fresh approaches that transcend disciplinary boundaries. “Sovereignties in Contention in Europe: Nations, Regions and Citizens” aims to provide an opportunity to bridge the gap between different models for the study of sovereignty: from a governmental and institutional perspective to looking at bottom-up processes, from socio-economic and legal aspects to questions of identity, nationhood, and historical memory.

Submission Information:

We particularly welcome proposals in these areas, including cross-thematic and interdisciplinary papers, as well as proposals in other areas relevant to contemporary Europe.
Proposals may be submitted from August 10 to October 5, 2018. Priority will be given to panel submissions. Participants will be notified of the Program Committee’s decision by December 14, 2018.

Information on how to submit proposals will be posted on the CES website and disseminated through its newsletter. To subscribe to the CES newsletter visit: https://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/publications. For information on how to submit a proposal, please consult the Submission Help page or our newsletter.

For more details:

  • Official call for proposals: https://bit.ly/2sZfs4H
  • General Conference FAQs: https://bit.ly/2t14BHL
  • Contact us via email:

Founded in 1970, the Council for European Studies (CES) produces, supports, and recognizes outstanding, multi-disciplinary research on Europe through a wide range of programs and initiatives.

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Tyler Green

Communications & Membership Liaison
Council for European Studies | Columbia University
475 Riverside Dr, New York, NY 10115
T: 646-745-8540

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The 26th International Conference of Europeanists will be held at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, from June 20-22, 2019. The conference focus, "Sovereignties in Contention: Nations, Regions and Citizens in Europe," aims to provide an opportunity to bridge the gap between different models for the study of sovereignty: from a governmental and institutional perspective to looking at bottom-up processes, from socio-economic and legal aspects to questions of identity, nationhood, and historical memory. Read our Call for Proposals here.

 

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