DPP doctoral candidates co-convene a themed track at the 53rd European Studies Conference in Belfast
DPP doctoral candidates Szilvia Nagy and Antonio Salvador M. Alcazar III are co-convening a themed track at the 53rd European Studies Conference in Belfast (and online) on (En)countering Europe as global, othered, and transperipheral voices (EUROGLOT). This track asks how we might come to ‘speak’ differently about Europe and its many entanglements in world politics.
EUROGLOT is seeking paper and panel proposals that:
—wrestle with Europe’s (hi)stories of colonialism/coloniality and the oft-sidestepped legacies of imperialism in 'Eurasia';
—employ interpretivist methodologies and critical approaches to EU policies, integration theories, and external/diplomatic relations; and
—think through the problem of Eurocentrism by amplifying Global South and Global East positionalities and rethinking curricular thought and praxis in European Studies in a globalised academy.
Paper and panel proposals are to be submitted here. Submissions close on 22 January 2023 at 23:59:59 (UK time).
This track is co-organised with Alvaro Oleart (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Izabella Wódzka (University College London), Jan Orbie (Ghent University), Rahel Weldeab Sebhatu (Malmö University), and Tiffany G. Williams (Universität Jena).