The Mediterranean Programme of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence (Italy) is organising the Tenth Mediterranean Research Meeting which will take place from 25-28 March 2009 in Florence and Montecatini Terme.
The MRM consists of 20 workshops in which scholars present original research papers. Each workshop is run by two workshop directors and on average includes 12 participants.
Scholars of all nationalities are welcome to submit papers.
Participants from Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries are especially encouraged to apply.
Participants arriving from outside of Italy will receive a travel allowance; hotel accommodation during the MRM is available at a reduced rate.
EU Enlargement to South Eastern Europe: Its Impacts on Ethnic Relations in the Region
Transition Justice: A Solution Against Terrorism in Occupied Territories
Language and Cultural Mediation in the Mediterranean, 1200-1800
Competition over Resources, Rural Poverty, and Agrarian Policies in MENA
Monetary Policy and Financial Markets in the Middle East and North Africa
Religion, Law, and Democracy
Social Movements in the Middle East and North Africa
Constitutional and Supranational Review on Tax Legislation Across the Mediterranean
Regulation of Energy Services in the Mediterranean Countries
Spaces for Change? Decentralization, participation, and local governance in MENA
Law of Water Management in the Mediterranean Past, Present, Future
Gender, Asylum, and Rights in Europe and the Mediterranean
Business Elites and Political Activism in the Middle East and North Africa
Workers Struggles and Nationalist Movements in the Arab World, 1900-present
A Colonial Sea: The Mediterranean, 1789 1956
Social Rights and Working Women: Examining Labour Laws, International Conventions, and Womens Economic Citizenship in the Mediterranean Region
Religion, Culture, and Territory in the Mediterranean Space
Parliaments and Courtrooms in Action Around the Mediterranean
Changing Party Political Constelations and Public Policy Reform in Southern Europe
Finance and Economic Development in the Mediterranean Area: The Role of Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation.
For detailed information on workshops, paper submission, and the MRM, please consult the MRM web pages:
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