The Institute for European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles (IEE-ULB) is an interdisciplinary graduate teaching and research institute in European studies located in Brussels, at the heart of Europe. Founded in 1964, this recognised Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence benefits from over 50 years of experience as well as a continuously developing global network of academic and non-academic partners.
THE INSTITUTE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES OF THE UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES (ULB) IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS NEW MASTER PROGRAMMES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016THE INSTITUTE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES OF THE UNIVERSITÉ LIBRE DE BRUXELLES (ULB) IS PLEASED TO A
By choosing to follow one of the education programmes offered by the Institute for European Studies, students enter a university situated in the heart of Europe, close to where most of the European institutions are and where related governmental actors and civil society representatives revolve. They thus benefit from the participation of EU officials, policy makers and practitioners in the Institute’s teaching, research and academic activities, including the numerous conferences it organizes. In addition to its teaching and research activities, the IEE has indeed constantly promoted the dialogue with EU institutions, and provided a forum for critical debate on the future of European integration.
Special Issue of the International Political Science Review – vol.36, n°3, June 2015
Guest Editors: Dr. Nathalie Brack (FNRS, Cevipol, Université libre de Bruxelles) and Dr. Nicholas Startin (University of Bath).
With the advent of the Eurozone crisis, Euroscepticism has become increasingly mainstreamed. This is discernible across Europe at the level of public opinion, among political parties and civil society groups, within the EU institutions themselves and in terms of changing and more challenging media discourses. Against the backdrop of the 2014 European elections and a potential referendum on UK membership of the EU, the purpose of this article is to introduce an evolving debate.
It begins with discussion of the ‘state of the art’ with regard to the study of Euroscepticism, before focusing on the significance of the latest European elections themselves. It then provides an overview of the various articles in the collection, explaining their relevance in helping to unravel the complexity and diversity of opposition towards ‘Europe’ and the extent to which Euroscepticism has become part of the mainstream with regard to European political debate.
Edited by Paul Bacon, Waseda University, Japan, Hartmut Mayer, University of Oxford, UK and Hidetoshi Nakamura, Waseda University, Japan.
Ashgate 2015 - 298 pages.
Edited by Christiane Timmerman, Marco Martiniello, Andrea Rea, Johan Wets
Routledge – 2015 – 258 pages
Series: Routledge Research in Gender and Society
4 Grants Available!
The « Odysseus" Academic Network for Legal Studies on Immigration and Asylum in Europe launches a new Doctoral Seminar offering a group of around 15 PhD researchers the opportunity to present their thesis topic and to get specific feedback from a panel made of 3 to 4 members of the Odysseus Academic Network coming from different European Universities who are among the best specialists in immigration or asylum law in Europe. This is a unique opportunity to exchange with colleagues from all over Europe living the same experience by preparing a PhD in the same field.
4 full grants will be attributed on a competitive basis. The deadline for applying to the doctoral seminar is Friday 8 May 2015.
Discover what is this new doctoral seminar, all what we offer in this framework and what you have to do for applying, including for the 4 grants that will be attributed on a competitive basis or visit our new website: http://odysseus-network.eu