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JMCE Research Workshop

JMCE Workshop 2018

Europe's Tidal Waves: Migration and Populism

19th June 2018

King's College London

In recent elections across the EU, parties adopting an anti-immigration stance and making use of a populist rhetoric have been gaining electoral breakthrough. And yet, the connection between the two remains surprisingly under-researched.

Against this backdrop, this one-day workshop aims to innovatively explore the intertwining between migration and populism, to shed light on whether the rise of the latter is caused by, or merely correlated with, the increase of the former in Europe.

Guest speakers include Prof. Leila Simona Talani (Jean Monnet Chair in European Political Economy, King’s College London), and Prof. Daphne Halikiopoulou (University of Reading).

The event is free and open to all, but registration is required at the following link. The programme is available here.


JMCE Workshop Fall 2017

Women in the Mediterranean

25th October 2017

Room 14 DAF, Scuola Sant’Anna, Pisa 

In this JMCE workshop held in Pisa, the special issue “Women in the Mediterranean” of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies will be presented. Speakers include:

The workshop is organised in cooperation with Women in International Security - WIIS-Italy.

The programme of the workshop is available here.

 JMCE Workshop 2017

The Political and Economic consequences of Brexit for the EU and for the UK

12th June 2017

Room 1.62, Franklin Wilkins Building, King’s College London

In this one-day workshop, the Jean Monnet Centre for Europe in the World at King's College London will host researchers and scholars from throughout Europe and beyond for a discussion dedicated to the political and economic consequences of Brexit.

The programme of the workshop is available here.


JMCE Research Workshop 2014

The Scope of Justice in post-Crisis Europe

19th September 2014

Room G552 Waterloo Bridge Wing, King’s College London Waterloo Road, London SE1 9NH

In this day-long conference, researchers and scholars from throughout Europe will be hosted by the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at King's College London for a discussion dedicated to issues of justice in contemporary Europe.

The workshop will feature lectures delivered by by Professor Philippe Van Parijs, of the Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), and Dr. Albena Azmanova, Reader of Social and Political Thought at the Brussels School of International Studies.

The workshop tackles wide issues regarding European integration and it is organized in three panels with postgraduate research students from universities such as Oxford, London School of Economics, and King's College London. The panels focus respectively on state-level, institutional, and philosophical perspectives and responses to the European crisis.

The conference brings together intellectually diverse approaches to the problems facing post-Crisis Europe, promising to engender an informative and lively debate.

Keynote speakers:

Professor Philippe Van Parijs, Professor in Faculty of Economic, Social and Political Sciences at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) and Directors of the Hoover Chair of Economic and Social Ethics: “Just Europe. Two views”

Dr Albena Azmanova, Reader in Social and Political Thought, Brussels School of International Studies: “The EU - from a legitimacy credit crunch to a new social contract”

Attendance is free but registration required. Please register here

The programme of the workshop is available here.

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