Every year, UACES holds a large-scale interdisciplinary conference that brings together around 500 scholars specialising in the field of European studies, broadly defined. This annual conference takes place in a European institution over a three-day period, offering delegates an in-depth insight into the state of the field and an opportunity to contribute to shaping its future. This year's conference takes place at Jagiellonian University in Krakow and aims to cover all aspects of the discipline of contemporary European studies.
We welcome both panel and paper proposals from across academic disciplines including law, economics, geography, history, sociology, public policy and politics. We accept submissions from established academics, practitioners and well-prepared doctoral students.
In keeping with our tradition of seeking to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and interaction, we will also be accepting proposals for innovative and non-traditional sessions, such as book panels, roundtables and mini-symposiums.
Like the traditional research panels, they will need to fit into a 90-minute timeslot - so please bear this in mind when planning your session. If you have a session proposal that has not been mentioned and wish to discuss it further, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Call for Panels and Papers
The UACES conference in Krakow welcomes contributions on all areas of contemporary European Studies from across academic disciplines including (but not limited to) law, economics, geography, history, sociology, public policy and politics. We accept proposals from established academics, practitioners and well-prepared doctoral students.
The deadline for submitting proposals is Friday 20 January 2017.