What: International conference, especially for young researchers / early career / ph.d. students, organized by the Department of Contemporary History, Philosophy and Political Science, University of Turk; the Network for European Studies, University of Helsinki; with funding also from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.

When/where: Helsinki, October 5-6.

Deadline: May 21, 2017

Topics: The conference looks for a multidisciplinar approach. Gathering different researches (economical history, political schience, contemporary history, law) it tries to explore the integration paths and possibilities beyond the institutional and political level. Very often the cooperation takes place at a sub-regional, intergovernmental and translational level, far beyond the 28EU countries. Thus, the main topics shall be:

contemporary history, political science, law and economics. Possible topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • The role of people and ideas advocating European connections, including federalists, functionalists etc.
  • Informal cross-border/transnational relations within or beyond the EC/EU framework
  • Europe-centred International non-governmental organisations (INGOs), IGOs and multinational
  • corporations
  • Intergovernmental economic and trade organisations such as OECD, EFTA or the European Patent
  • Organisation
  • Intra-European groupings like Benelux, British-Irish Council, Nordic Council and Investment Bank, Nordic-Baltic Eight, Northern Future Forum and Council of Baltic Sea States, Visegrád Four
  • Other regional groups like Mediterranean Union, Comecon, Commonwealth of Independent States,
  • Eurasian Economic Union, the Non-Aligned Movement, or the Arctic Council
  • Military/security structures such as the Warsaw Pact, CSCE/OSCE, NATO and WEU
  • Party political and trade union groups including the ERO-ICFTU and Socialist International
  • Education and scientific organisations like the Academy of European Law and European Space Agency

How to apply: send your 300-words abstract ad a brief CV to competingvisions2017@gmail.com.

Links/info: For any info contact Suvi Kansikas (suvi.kansikas@]helsinki.fi) and Matthew Broad (matthew.broad@utu.fi). Conference website and call for paper are here. There is the possibility to publish the conference proceedings.


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Quoi: conférence internationale, spécialement pour les jeunes chercheurs et étudiants de doctorat, organisée par le Department of Contemporary History, Philosophy and Political Science, University of Turk; le Network for European Studies, University of Helsinki; avec des subventions par le European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.

Quand et où: Helsinki, 5-6 octobre 2017

Date limite de soumission: 21 mai 2017

Sujet et objectifs: l’approche de la conférence est multidisciplinaire, et vise à investiguer les parcours possibles d’intégration au-delà du niveau institutionnel à l’aide de disciplines différentes – histoire contemporaine, science politique, droit, économie. Souvent les modalités de coopération ne se font pas au niveau institutionnel et ne concernent pas que l’économie; et elles ont lieu en forme sub-régionale, intergouvernementale et transnationale, au-delà même des 28 membres de l’UE. Les principaux sujets de discussion peuvent être:

  • The role of people and ideas advocating European connections, including federalists, functionalists etc.
  • Informal cross-border/transnational relations within or beyond the EC/EU framework
  • Europe-centred International non-governmental organisations (INGOs), IGOs and multinational
  • corporations
  • Intergovernmental economic and trade organisations such as OECD, EFTA or the European Patent
  • Organisation
  • Intra-European groupings like Benelux, British-Irish Council, Nordic Council and Investment Bank, Nordic-Baltic Eight, Northern Future Forum and Council of Baltic Sea States, Visegrád Four
  • Other regional groups like Mediterranean Union, Comecon, Commonwealth of Independent States,
  • Eurasian Economic Union, the Non-Aligned Movement, or the Arctic Council
  • Military/security structures such as the Warsaw Pact, CSCE/OSCE, NATO and WEU
  • Party political and trade union groups including the ERO-ICFTU and Socialist International
  • Education and scientific organisations like the Academy of European Law and European Space Agency

Comment se candidater: envoyer son abstract de 300 et un bref CV competingvisions2017@gmail.com.

Liens et autres infos: Pour informations diverses contacter Suvi Kansikas (suvi.kansikas@]helsinki.fi) et Matthew Broad (matthew.broad@utu.fi). Le site de la conférence et de l’appel à contribution est ici. Il y a la possibilité de publication.

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