NEW! CALL FOR PAPERS for the 13th ECSA-C Biennial, Sept 24-26th 2020, Edmonton, Alberta.
Shifting fault lines? Power, policies and alliances in the European Union.
The 2020 conference will explore how the political landscape of the European Union has shifted as a result of Brexit and domestic political transformations in Europe. How have new political alliances and divisions in the EU arisen due in response to Brexit and a changing party landscape? How have the EU’s policy priorities evolved and how is its role in the world changing.
ECSA-C organizers invite paper and panel proposals that examine these and other aspects of European Union politics and policy. Panel and paper proposals can be submitted to email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2020. ECSA-C presents the 2020 conference with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
European Community Studies Association – Canada (ECSA-C) promotes the study of the European Union and its Member States in Canada. Our major event is an international research conference that is held every two years. Our last conference UNITY, DIVERSITY, POPULISM: THE EUROPEAN UNION IN CHALLENGING TIMES was held in Toronto (Ontario) from May 9-11, 2018 (hosted by York University). Our previous conference, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND NORTH AMERICA: AN INEVITABLE PARTNERSHIP? was held in Halifax (Nova Scotia) from May 9-11, 2016 (hosted by Dalhousie University) .
ECSA-C won a grant for the activity “Building capacity for Canada’s European Studies community: the European Community Studies Association Canada (ECSA-C) as a research and outreach hub” (ECSA-Cn). This project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Action of the European Union, with the support of the EUCAnet.org initiative at the University of Victoria (Projects/ECSA-Cn) .
- Database of ECSA-C members,
- ECSA-Cn News & Commentary ( media alerts; award; interviews with senior and junior scholars, policy memos, blog contributions) and
- Video interviews (EU experts on ECSA-C , members on “How to plan your career in EU Studies in Canada and abroad”, “Emerging Scholars: ECSA-C Young Researchers Network”, “Junior EU scholars in Canada”, “What attracted you to the field of EU Studies”