Brexit has created a rupture in relations between the UK and the EU. Yet what the decision to leave the EU implies for the future of the UK’s diplomatic, economic and security relationship with Europe remains unclear three years after the June 2016 referendum. The precise consequences will depend on the terms of the future UK-EU economic partnership and whether the UK will be able to create mechanisms to influence EU policy in the future and the political, economic and diplomatic fallout.
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.
Participants will have the opportunity to share and present their work and of European studies. The workshop will provide a forum to receive feedback from senior academics working in the field, explore possibilities for further collaboration, and to forge links to disseminate and publicise your research with the ESRC’s UK in a Changing Europe initiative. We are able to support travel and overnight accommodation for successful applicants.
In order to participate, please send applications which should include an abstract of no more than 300 words together with their name, affiliation, and two-page CV, which should include academic record, by email to Dr Pippa Lacey by 24 January 2020.
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