deadline 30 April 2017 | ELG PEIW | Calls

Transformation or collapse? Integration and politicization in postfunctionalist times

Transformation or collapse? Integration and politicization in postfunctionalist times Credit image: counterpoint.uk.com

This international conference deals with two urgent dilemmas facing the European Union today: integration versus disintegration and positive politicization versus negative politicization. The conveners are looking to fill two respective panels.

 

In a historical phase when European integration faces multiple crises, the goal of the conference is twofold:

  1. bringing together three generations of scholars of European integration theory
  2. setting up the basis for an edited volume to bring integration theory further in a collegial way

Call

The Call for Papers aims to establish two panels composed primarily of scholars in the early and intermediate phases of their careers. We invite both empirical and theoretical papers dealing with either positive versus negative politicization, or integration versus disintegration. Download the official call below for more details.

Confirmed speakers

  • Philippe Schmitter, EUI Florence
  • Liesbet Hooghe, University of North-Carolina Chapel Hill
  • Gary Marks, University of North-Carolina Chapel Hill
  • Vivien Schmidt, Boston University
  • Hanspeter Kriesi, EUI Florence
  • Frank Schimmelfenning, ETH Zürich
  • Markus Jachtenfuchs, Hertie School of Governance
  • Michael Zürn, Berlin Social Sciences Centre

Conveners

Jonathan Zeitlin and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.