The Center for Administrative and Political Research of the University of Picardie (CURAPP) is organising an interdisciplinary international conference on the European Constitution. The conference aims at bringing together researchers from the different social sciences - political science, sociology, history, law and other related disciplines - whose research is concerned with the various issues raised by the new European Constitution : from its political genesis to its social uses.
By studying the social processes structuring this quite new political configuration, the conference will seek to enlarge the scope of analysis of European integration. While the traditional games of alliances within Community institutions obviously remain important, the conference will also focus on the broader political, intellectual and social background of this constitution-making process.
The Genesis of a European Constitutional Utopia
The "Prerequisites" and "Preconditions" of a European Constitution
Institutional Competitions and Agenda-Setting
The Constitutional Debate and Its Actors : the Convention
Political and Social Mobilisations and the Adoption of the European Constitution
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