The following message comes to CEERES from CES at Columbia University:
Council for European Studies
18th International Conference of Europeanists
Today the intertwined forces of globalization and political integration are remaking Europe by transforming or transcending existing national institutions, cultural patterns, agendas, and allegiances. This process oftransnationalization is key to understanding the contemporary political,economic, social, and cultural experiences of Europeans. Yet, it is also a recurring phenomenon that has contributed historically to the repeated re-organization of European life and institutions.
Therefore, for its Eighteenth International Conference of Europeanists, the Council for European Studies (CES) welcomes proposals for panels, roundtables, book discussions, and individual papers that deal with the causes, consequences, and meaning of transnationalization in Europe broadly defined. The conference will be hosted by the Institut Barcelona de’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) and held at university venues in Barcelona, Spain from June 20 to June 22, 2011.
Deadlines and Submission Procedures: All proposals must be submitted between September 1, 2010 and October 10, 2010. Moreover, every panel proposal must include abstracts for each paper, as well as a general description and the name of one chair and one discussant. The Program Committee also invites participants to create their own “mini-symposium” by submitting up to four panel proposals clustered around a given theme. CES encourages proposals from a wide range of disciplines, and is particularly interested in interdisciplinary and multinational proposals. Click here to submit a proposal.
Please visit http://www.ces.columbia.edu/ for more information.