UKexit, territorial politics and the constitution

A workshop for early career researchers (ECRs) organised by Katy Hayward, Nicola McEwen, Daniel Wincott (all senior research fellows at the UK in a Changing Europe) and Jo Hunt.

The workshop, held in conjunction with The UK in a Changing Europe, is intended to provide early career researchers with the opportunity to present their work to senior scholars in the field and to build collaborative relations with the UK in a Changing Europe, an ESRC funded initiative intended to help social scientists enhance their ability to achieve impact and to engage with non academic audiences.

The intention is to build a community of younger scholars who can contribute to our work on an ongoing basis while benefiting from the opportunities for engagement and impact that such collaboration will afford.

We encourage applicants from applicants working in a range of relevant academic disciplines (including Law, Politics, Sociology, and Geography) and on any or all parts of the UK or these islands.

In order to participate through presenting a paper, please email a title and 250 word abstract in to Professor Daniel Wincott at GovernanceAndBrexit@cardiff.ac.uk.

If you wish to participate in the workshop without presenting a paper, please send a 250 word summary of your research interests by 8 November to the same email address.

The workshop timetable will be finalised by the end of November. There will be support for travel for successful applicants and a lunch will be provided.

Date and time: 9 – 5pm, 11 December 2019

Venue: Cardiff University

For further information contact Becky Lloyd Cardiff University on GovernanceAndBrexit@cardiff.ac.uk.

Please see the Cardiff University page for more details. 

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