6th Graduate Student Conference
BMW Center for German and European Studies
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service
March 22-23, 2002
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Europe and the World
United Europe Comes into its Own
Masterís and Doctoral candidates in the humanities and social sciences (History, Cultural Studies, Political Science, Economics, Anthropology, International Relations, Language and Literature) are encouraged to submit abstracts of papers that examine the ways in which Europe -- as a deeper and wider entity -- relates to the outside world, and the internal and external factors that shape those relationships.
Possible panels include:
The Transatlantic Relationship
Europe as a World Economic and Political Actor
Europeís Role in International Security
The Process of European Identity Creation
The Legacy of Historical Relationships
Europe and the Developing World
Sports, Culture, and Media Within the New Europe
Submission Deadline: Postmarked or by email by December 10, 2001.
Submissions: Abstracts should be 300-500 words (1-1.5 pages) and should be submitted via email if possible. Participation is limited to Masterís and Doctoral students currently enrolled in degree-granting programs. A limited number of domestic and international travel grants are available. Please include a resume with your submission.
Send submissions to: Address and email above.
For more information:
(202) 687-5602 or http://www.georgetown.edu/sfs/cges/gradconference.html
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