Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 26th Sept 2021, 05:47:17pm BST

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Monday, 06/Sept/2021
9:00am
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9:15am
Chair's Welcome
9:30am
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11:00am
Panel 101: Reclaiming Greater Europe: the (ir)relevance of Eurasia in International Relations
Chair: Philippe Lefevre, Institute for a Greater Europe
Panel 102: Brexit and the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
Chair: David Phinnemore, Queen's University Belfast
Panel 103: Redrawing the lines of how and what we teach in EU Studies? Textbooks, Brexit and Covid19
Chair: Viviane Gravey, Queen's University Belfast
Panel 104: The European Council: an EU institution going beyond its Treaty roles?!
Chair: Desmond Dinan, George Mason University
Panel 105: EU Health Governance I: The Politics of Pharmaceuticals in Europe
Chair: Mary Guy, Lancaster University
Discussant: Charlotte Godziewski, Aston University
Panel 106: EU foreign policy: sectoral case studies from low to high politics
Chair: Albrecht Sonntag, ESSCA School of Management
Panel 107: Developments in the Middle East and North Africa
Chair: Assem Dandashly, Maastricht University
Panel 108: Recent developments in South East Europe
Chair: Konstantinos Achilles Kanellopoulos, The University of Manchester; The American University of Athens
Panel 109: Energy and Transport policy
Chair: George Dikaios, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Panel 110: Gender and identity
Chair: Jan Orbie, Political Science
Panel 111: Populism - the international dimension
Chair: Robert Csehi, Technical University Munich
Panel 112: Resourcing Recovery and Resilience: Legal, Budgetary and Policy Implications of the Post-COVID-19 Multiannual Financial Framework (2021-2027)
Chair: Paul Stephenson, Maastricht University
Discussant: Hartmut Aden, Berlin School of Economics and Law
11:00am
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11:30am
Screen Break & Networking
11:30am
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1:00pm
Panel 201: The EU and China
Chair: Maximilian Rech, SKEMA Business School
Panel 202: Brexit and the Enforcement of EU Law and Policy I
Chair: Sara Drake, Cardiff University
Panel 203: Teaching Excellence – What Do We Do And Ought To Do. Towards A European Certificate Of TE?
Chair: Silviu Piros, Global Governance Institute
Discussant: Stephanie Marshall, Queen Mary University of London
Panel 204: EU Trade policy
Chair: Alvaro Oleart, Maastricht University
Discussant: Maryna Rabinovych, Kyiv School of Economics
Panel 205: EU Health Governance II: The Political Determinants of Health
Chair: Mechthild Roos, Augsburg University
Panel 206: 50 Years of European Foreign Policy Scholarship: Preoccupations, Transgressions and Silences
Chair: Heidi Maurer, University of Bristol
Discussant: Nicholas Wright, University College London
Panel 207: EU and International negotiations: rules and practice
Chair: Sandra Fernandes, University of Minho
Panel 208: Sovereignty and Deterrence in Digital Europe
Chair: André Barrinha, University of Bath
Discussant: Helena Farrrand Carrapico, Northumbria University
Panel 209: EU Environmental policy
Chair: Charlotte Burns, Politics and IR
Discussant: Simona Davidescu, University of York
Panel 210: Nonviolence For A Diverse EU: Gender, Artificial Intelligence And Integrity
Chair: Costanza Hermanin, European University Institute
Discussant: Marco Perduca, Science for Democracy
Panel 211: Populism and Euroscepticism
Chair: Giacomo Benedetto, Royal Holloway
Panel 212: COVID-19 and the EU economic policy
Chair: Scott James, King's College London
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel 301: Eastern Partnership Gets 12 Years Old: A Framework to Evaluate Policy Performance
Chair: Dorina Baltag, Loughborough University
Panel 302: Brexit and the Enforcement of EU Law and Policy II
Chair: Ludivine Petetin, Cardiff University
Discussant: Sara Drake, Cardiff University
Panel 303: Junior Meets Senior Academic
Chair: Olga Litvyak, University of Vienna
Panel 304: Challenges to EU Governance
Chair: Lucie Tungul, Palacky University
Panel 305: EU Health Governance III: Rights and Justice in EU Health Policy
Chair: Charlotte Godziewski, Aston University
Discussant: Eleanor Brooks, University of Edinburgh
Panel 306: Development in the EU’s International Relations: From Aid to Partnership?
Chair: Maurizio Carbone, University of Glasgow
Panel 307: Book Panel: Business Lobbying in the EU (OUP, 2021)
Chair: David Coen, University College London
Discussant: Matia Vannoni, King's College London
Panel 308: Book Panel - Power-Sharing in Europe - Past Practice, Present Cases and Future Directions ed. by Soeren Keil and Allison McCulloch, Palgrave MacMillian 2021
Chair: Soeren Keil, University of Fribourg
Panel 309: This is the Age of the Train’: The Renaissance of the European Rail Network
Chair: Nicholas Startin, Global Governance Institute
Panel 310: Feminism, Care and Policy in Europe
Chair: Toni Haastrup, University of Stirling
Discussant: Roberta Guerrina, University of Bristol
Panel 311: Party politics
Chair: Michael Holmes, Université Catholique de Lille
Panel 312: Managing The Effects Of The Covid Pandemic In The EU: Comparative Perspectives
Chair: Christian Schweiger, Chemnitz University of Technology
3:30pm
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3:45pm
Screen Break & Networking
3:45pm
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5:15pm
Plenary 1: The Future of Europe
Chair: Paul Adamson

Speakers include:

  • Dr Rosa Balfour (Carnegie Europe)
  • Professor Helen Drake (Loughborough University London)
  • Vincent Herr (Herr und Speer)
  • Shada Islam (Independent EU Commentator & Visiting Professor, College of Europe Natolin)
  • Professor Brigid Laffan (EUI)
5:30pm
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6:15pm
Awards Ceremony: Best Book, Best PhD and Lifetime Achievement Awards
Chair: Nicholas Startin, Global Governance Institute

Join us to celebrate the recipients of the Best Book and Best PhD thesis awards (2020 and 2021). 

We will also be awarding our Lifetime Achievement Award - the winner of which will be announced soon.

Date: Tuesday, 07/Sept/2021
9:30am
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11:00am
Panel 401: Regional and Institutional Diplomacies in Africa-EU Relations
Chair: Jan Orbie, Political Science
Panel 402: Brexit I
Chair: Benjamin Martill, University of Edinburgh
Panel 403: Education & Research cooperation in the EU
Chair: Konstantinos Achilles Kanellopoulos, The University of Manchester; The American University of Athens
Panel 404: Differentiation and differentiated integration I
Chair: Danuta Kabat-Rudnicka, Cracow University of Economics
Discussant: Johannes Pollak, Webster Vienna Private University
Panel 405: New developments in Normative Power Europe
Chair: Richard Whitman, University of Kent
Panel 406: EU-Turkey relationship
Chair: Arantza Gomez Arana, University of Northumbria
Panel 407: Migration and Asylum Policies in the EU
Chair: Edina Lilla Meszaros, University of Oradea
Panel 408: Covid-19 – A Looking Glass for the EU’s Political System I
Chair: Ariadna Ripoll Servent, University of Salzburg
Discussant: Carlos Closa, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas/EUI
Panel 409: Role of Europe in Global Challenges I: Live, Eat and Travel - Implementing the European Green Deal: Food and agriculture
Chair: Jonas Schoenefeld, Institute for Housing and Environment
Discussant: Thomas Hoerber, ESSCA - School of Management
Panel 410: EU institutions
Chair: Madeleine Hosli, Leiden University
Panel 411: Decentring European Union Foreign Policy
Chair: Sarah Wolff, Queen Mary University of London
Panel 412: Ireland and the European Union: Economic, Political & Social Crises
Chair: Michael Holmes, Université Catholique de Lille
11:00am
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11:30am
Screen Break & Networking
11:30am
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1:00pm
Panel 501: Turkish foreign policy
Chair: Assem Dandashly, Maastricht University
Panel 502: Brexit II
Chair: Benjamin Martill, University of Edinburgh
Panel 503: Teaching & Learning
Chair: Simon Lightfoot, University of Leeds
Discussant: Simona Davidescu, University of York
Panel 504: Differentiation and differentiated integration II
Chair: Helena Farrrand Carrapico, Northumbria University
Panel 505: Theoretical and historical approaches to European democracy
Chair: Alexander Katsaitis, London School of Economics and Political Science
Panel 506: Facts-based Mobility in the Internal Market with a Special Focus on the Central and Eastern European Region and Hungary
Chair: Laszlo Szegedi, University of Public Service (Hungary, Budapest)
Discussant: Katalin Gombos, University of Public Service
Panel 507: Migration practices and consequences
Chair: Aline Burni, German Development Institute
Panel 508: Cybersecurity
Chair: André Barrinha, University of Bath
Panel 509: Role of Europe in Global Challenges II: Live, Eat and Travel - Implementing the European Green Deal: Mobility
Chair: Rosa Fernandez, University of Chester
Discussant: Thomas Hoerber, ESSCA - School of Management
Panel 510: Strategic Autonomy and the European Defence Industry
Chair: David Galbreath, University of Bath
Panel 511: Different faces of EU leadership
Chair: Michelle Cini, University of Bristol
Panel 512: Sorry to Spoil Your (Recovery) Party: Talking About the Accountability of Next Generation EU
Chair: Heidi Maurer, University of Bristol
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel 601: Neighbourhood and Russia-EU tensions
Chair: Alena Vieira, UMinho
Panel 602: Ireland, Brexit and Covid-19: Risks, Challenges and Lessons
Chair: Jonathan Evershed, University College Cork
Panel 603: Teaching, innovation and the Pandemic
Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters, Johns Hopkins University
Panel 604: European Army prospects between NATO and COVID-19
Chair: Tomáš Weiss, Charles University
Panel 605: Health policy in the EU
Chair: Katrina Perehudoff, University of Amsterdam
Panel 606: Covid-19 – A Looking Glass for the EU’s Political System II
Chair: Anja Thomas, European University Institute
Discussant: Vivien Schmidt, Boston University
Panel 607: Has Digital Technology Transformed Diplomacy?
Chair: Dorina Baltag, Loughborough University
Discussant: Helen Drake, Loughborough University
Panel 608: Role of Europe in Global Challenges III: Live, Eat and Travel - Implementing the European Green Deal: International Dimensions
Chair: Thomas Hoerber, ESSCA - School of Management
Discussant: Rosa Fernandez, University of Chester
Panel 609: Gender and Sexuality in the European Union and Beyond
Chair: Roberta Guerrina, University of Bristol
Discussant: Koen Slootmaeckers, City, University of London
Panel 610: The Far Right’s Europe
Chair: Niels Gheyle, UCLouvain
Discussant: Robert Huber, University of Salzburg
Panel 611: EU economic policy and integration
Chair: Maria Garcia, University of Bath
 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Screen Break & Networking
4:00pm
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5:30pm
JCMS Annual Review Lecture:: How 2020 has shaped the future of the European Union: when a crisis turns into an opportunity
Chair: Roberta Guerrina, University of Bristol

Rector Federica Mogherini (College of Europe)

Date: Wednesday, 08/Sept/2021
9:30am
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11:00am
Panel 701: Roundtable 'The Times They Are A Changing’ – The Fate Of EU Power In International Relations
Chair: Niels van Willigen, Leiden University
Discussant: Kolja Raube, KU Leuven
Panel 702: The Territoriality of Attitudes to Europe
Chair: Ailsa Henderson, University of Edinburgh
Panel 703: Who Asked You Anyway?! – Unintended Shapers of European Social Policy
Chair: Mechthild Roos, Augsburg University
Panel 704: COVID-19 and the EU Governance
Chair: Neil Mortimer, Loughborough University London
Panel 705: Contested EU Approaches to Development in the Global South
Chair: Sophia Price, Leeds Beckett University
Panel 706: European Space Policy
Chair: Antonella Forganni, ESSCA School of Management
Panel 707: Migration and Identity
Chair: Joana de Deus Pereira, University of South Wales
Panel 708: Communicating Europe Research Network panel - From Awkward Partner to Awkward Other? Selectively reconstructing the UK-EU internal security and defence relationships after Brexit I
Chair: Jocelyn Mawdsley, Newcastle University
Panel 709: “The Europeanisation Of Identities Through Everyday Practices”
Chair: Arne Niemann, University of Mainz
Discussant: Regina Weber, Rhine-Waal University
Panel 710: The Limits Of Europe. Revisiting The Legitimization of EUropean Politics Beyond Populism And Technocracy.
Chair: Jan Grzymski, Univeristy of Warsaw
Panel 711: Role of Courts
Chair: Danuta Kabat-Rudnicka, Cracow University of Economics
Panel 712: Member states experience of European integration
Chair: Christian Kaunert, University of South Wales
11:00am
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11:30am
Screen Break & Networking
11:30am
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1:00pm
Panel 801: Foreign relations in and after COVID-19
Chair: Delphine Deschaux-Dutard, Unversity Grenoble Alpes
Panel 802: Brexit and EU foreign policy
Chair: Maria Garcia, University of Bath
Panel 803: Post-pandemic Academia: Lessons Learnt, Opportunities and Future Challenges
Chair: Heidi Maurer, University of Bristol
Discussant: Maxine David, Leiden University
Panel 804: Strategic development in EU defence
Chair: André Barrinha, University of Bath
Discussant: Eva Michaels, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI)
Panel 805: International cooperation beyond the EU - UN and Council of Europe
Chair: George Dikaios, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Panel 806: Transitions in Energy Policy and Governance: Actors, Ideas, and Contestation
Chair: Helene Dyrhauge, Roskilde University
Panel 807: Migration and family structures
Chair: Silvia Marino, Università dell'Insubria
Panel 808: Communicating Europe Research Network panel - From Awkward Partner to Awkward Other? Selectively reconstructing the UK-EU internal security and defence relationships after Brexit II
Chair: Claudio Radaelli, European University Institute
Panel 809: European society
Chair: Claudia Gloazzo, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
Panel 810: Populist parties and movements
Chair: Paloma Caravantes, Rutgers University
   
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch Break
2:00pm
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3:30pm
Panel 901: Resilient States Versus Resilient Societies? Whose Security Does The EU Protect Through The Eastern Partnership?
Chair: Christian Kaunert, University of South Wales
Discussant: Giselle Bosse, University of Maastricht
Panel 902: Exiting the EU: Theorizing the Domestic Impact of Brexit and Its Varieties of Trajectories for British Public Policies
Chair: Sarah Wolff, Queen Mary University of London
Discussant: Theofanis Exadaktylos, University of Surrey
Panel 903: Teaching with Case Studies: Lessons-Learnt and Take-Aways
Chair: Heidi Maurer, University of Bristol
Panel 904: Rethinking enlargement
Chair: Soeren Keil, University of Fribourg
Panel 905: Democratic backsliding in Central and Eastern European Countries
Chair: Natalia Cuglesan, Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai
Panel 906: Strategizing European Security: Needs, Deeds and Acceptability
Chair: Monika Sus, Hertie School / Polish Academy of Sciences
Discussant: Kolja Raube, KU Leuven
Panel 907: European Security and its Challenges
Chair: Jocelyn Mawdsley, Newcastle University
Panel 908: The EU's Raison d'Etat - In Search for a Single European Interest
Chair: Dominika Harasimiuk, Lazarski University
Discussant: Tomasz Braun, Lazarski University,Warsaw
Panel 909: Environment at EU level: ambition and mainstreaming
Chair: Laszlo Szegedi, University of Public Service (Hungary, Budapest)
Panel 910: Territorial Politics in Crisis
Chair: Paul Anderson, Canterbury Christ Church University
Discussant: Anwen Elias, Aberystwyth University
Panel 911: Crisis, debt, and economic policy
Chair: Rosa Fernandez, University of Chester
 
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Plenary 2: The Northern Ireland Protocol: Its Impact on the Island of Ireland and why it’s important for EU scholars
Chair: Kathryn Simpson, Manchester Metropolitan University

Speakers include:

  • Claire Hanna MP
  • Dr Mary Murphy, University College Cork
  • Prof David Phinnemore, Queen's University Belfast
  • Dr Lisa Claire Whitten, Queen's University Belfast

 
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