The End of the Region: Future of Spatial Constructs in the Populist Era, 29 November 2017
Centre for International Relations Studies (CEFIR, University of Liege) in collaboration with Cambridge (UK) and Columbia Slavonic Studies(US) organizes a conference ‘The End of the Region: Future of Spatial Constructs in the Populist Era’. Please find the Call for Papers attached.
The future of spatial constructs in the populist era
Trump, BREXIT, Russian-European crisis and the rise of populist parties in Europe and Turkey came as an existential challenge to regionalism in Europe, Eurasia and worldwide. The conference organised by Centre for International Relations Studies of the University of Liège and Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and co-funded by the European Union, seeks to address broad sets of questions about the effects of the above phenomena on the regions, broadly conceived.
The conference will be held at the University of Liège on 29 November 2017
> Limited funding is available for travel and accommodation of paper-givers.
> 500-word abstracts with the title, research questions and methodology should be submitted via link: goo.gl/0xDZRp
> Deadline for submissions is: 25 August 2017
- Call for Papers (pdf)