The EUROPAEUM opportunities for student

The EUROPAEUM opportunities for student

Opportunities for students from within the Europaeum network

Pubblicato: 15 febbraio 2021 | Internazionale

EUROPAEUM SUMMER SCHOOL Imagining Europe: Migration, Borders and the (Re)Making of ‘Europe’

News from Apr 30, 2021

9-14 August 2021 (online)

The Europaeum network is hosting a summer school for advanced graduate students from memebr universities who wish to either just join the discussions, or present a paper. Speakers will include activists, professionals and academics from several disciplines including anthropology, politics, law, international relations and history. The curriculum will comprise of life lectures, paper presentations, student debates, structured group discussions around carefully selected readings and case-studies, as well as film presentations.

You can download the Call for Applications here.

Deadline for applications: 15 June 2021
Information on how to apply:

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Call for Papers/Applications: 



Europe in the World – the World in Europe
22-24 April 2021 (virtual event) | Apply by 4 March 2021 more information and how to apply

For the last five centuries it has been perceived that Europe was the main influence on major world developments through its formal and informal colonial and neo-colonial power. In the last decades, however, it could be argued that the greatest influence on the state of Europe itself has come from the world outside. Influences from the outside have not only affected the political agenda in most of Europe’s countries, they also have had profound social and cultural impact. Europe is also greatly affected by the economic consequences of globalisation.
This Spring School will bring together post-graduate researchers, mainly but by no means exclusively, in Humanities and Social Sciences discussing the wider impact of the world on Europe and of Europe in the world in a historical and contemporary context. Issues that will be explored by leading experts include topics such as the COVID crisis, our global state of democracy, ending the Cold War, and the implications of AI. The participants will provide alternative readings of how interdependence in the world has developed over the last century and how that affects the current state of Europe. Speakers will include Lord Chris Patten (Chancellor of the University of Oxford), Janez Lenarčič (European Commissioner for Crisis Management), Professor Archie Brown (Oxford), Dr Kevin Casas-Zamora (Secretary General, International IDEA), Professor Robert Gildea (Oxford), Artur Kluz (Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, Oxford), and Dr Marcin Walecki (Oxford).
We welcome applications from master’s and doctoral students from within the Europaeum network who wish to either just join the discussions, or present a paper.



Do you have a good eye for light, shapes, snapshots? Send us pictures and enter our photography competition!
We are planning for a new website and need lots of good quality images of University buildings, student life etc, and even if you don’t win a prize, you can still have your image(s) featured on our new site!

Prizes to be won:

£100      1st prize
£75         2nd prize
£50         3rd prize

For all images we would like to have the possibility to get permission from the photographer to upload them to our website (with image credit). 
If the picture contains people, we would need permission from them to use the image, because of GDPR. 
Resolution needs to be around 3000-4000px, preferably HDR, this can be achieved if your camera lens is at least 16MP. 
Subjects: University buildings inside and outside (in the Europaeum member network), students in a University setting (we do realise that this is difficult during Covid!!)
Picture format: jpg
If you don’t want to or can’t email large images, you can send us a Google link, or WeTransfer.
We will not use any images we receive without writing to you to get explicit permission.

Submission deadline 18th February 2021

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