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Panel 206: 50 Years of European Foreign Policy Scholarship: Preoccupations, Transgressions and Silences
Monday, 06/Sept/2021:
11:30am - 1:00pm

Session Chair: Heidi Maurer, University of Bristol
Discussant: Nicholas Wright, University College London

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50 Years of European Foreign Policy Scholarship: Preoccupations, Transgressions and Silences

Chair(s): Heidi Maurer (University of Bristol, United Kingdom), Nicholas Wright (University College London)

Presenter(s): Richard Whitman (University of Kent), Ben Tonra (University College Dublin), Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling), Geoffrey Edwards (University of Cambridge)

This non-traditional panel aims to critically assess the trajectory of European foreign policy scholarship in the past 50 years. It identifies main themes and trends, and also ask to what extent scholarship has been following policy trends or provided a platform for critical reflection of what could/should be. It also is going to identify the interplay between European foreign policy scholarship and the scholarship in IR, comparative politics and European Studies.

The panel discussion is going to kick off with a short reflective introductory note by Heidi Maurer, Richard Whitman and Nicholas Wright that provides a first indicative overview of the state of the art in the course of 50 years. We then ask selected colleagues to critique and add to this introductory note.

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