Workshop: Studying the construction of Europe
7th October 2020, 13.00 – 17.00
While Europe’s open borders are under pressure from migration, EU sceptics internally in EU member states, and now also the Covid-19 pandemic, the time calls for studies of and innovative re-thinking of European space; how is and has it been practiced and organised so far and how should we approach it in the future to come?
Therefore, the DSE PhD and Early Career Network is pleased to invite early career researchers working within the broader field of European Studies to a feedback workshop taking place in connection to the DSE’s annual conference the 8th-9th October 2020 with the title ‘New Borders in Europe?’. While the workshop touches upon the conference theme of borders and borderings, the main aim of the workshop is to help participants to develop their own research. The workshop offers a great opportunity to discuss participants’ current works with peers as well as to get feedback from the keynote speaker at the DSE conference, Olivier Thomas Kramsch from Radboud University.
The workshop is open for all topics and early career scholars working within different fields of European Studies.
Signing up for the Workshop
The workshop takes place on the October 7 from 13.00 – 17.00 at the Center for Border Region Studies, Department of Political Science, on Alsion in Sønderborg, SDU. It is free of charge for PhD students enrolled at University of Southern Denmark. Other participants will have to pay a fee of DKK 200.
Please before September 4. 2020. The registration is also valid for participation in the DSE-ECSA Conference 2020. If you only want to register for the workshop, you do this by sending an e-mail to Dorte Jagetic Andersen email@example.com. Please observe that you furthermore need to submit your draft article to Dorte Jagetic Andersen before September 15. 2020.
Estimated ECTS for participation
Participation: 1 ECTS
Presentation of article: 1 ECTS
About the DSE PhD and Early Career Network
The main purpose of the PhD and Early Career Network is to establish a forum for PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and other young scholars in the beginning of their academic career, where they can exchange and develop research ideas, approaches and questions. Through a range of activities such as research workshops, sessions on career development, and networking with different EU environments, members of the network engage on a regular basis.