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Reflections on UACES 1st Virtual Conference

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UACES Annual Conference 2020 brought our research group a mixture of excitement and poignancy. We are enormously grateful to the UACES team for their phenomenal work in organising and hosting a superb event, which was not only highly intellectually stimulating but which was also a tour de force of smooth and highly effective e-learning.

UACES #MidweekMeetup – Work-Life Balance

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The third virtual coffee meeting encouraged our community to talk about the current work-life balance everyone is experiencing. We hope that everyone keeps going to maintaining a good work-life balance as it works best for each of you.

One-Day International Workshop: “EU Cross-Border Cooperation Activities and Governance of its Eastern Neighbourhood”

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Funded by the UACES small event grant and a grant from the European Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the University of Victoria, Canada The aim of the workshop was to discuss, inform, and connect junior and well-established border and governance scholars from different regions and universities for future projects, facilitate field […]

One-Day International Workshop “EU Cross-Border Cooperation Activities and Governance of its Eastern Neighbourhood”

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Funded by the UACES small event grant and a grant from the European Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence at the University of Victoria, Canada The aim of the workshop was to discuss, inform, and connect junior and well-established border and governance scholars from different regions and universities for future projects, facilitate field trips in […]

What No One Told You about Doing Fieldwork in Your Country of Origin

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By Olga Burlyuk Drawing on my 10+ years of experience in researching my home country while living and working abroad, this feature tells you what no methodology guide told you about doing fieldwork in your country of origin. Five sets of “issues” that may (and will) challenge you practically and emotionally come up: reverse culture shock, […]

Diffuse Authority and Contestation in the EU Energy Transition: Workshop

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Diffuse Authority and Contestation in the EU Energy Transition: Workshop Report Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Maastricht University 19-20 April 2018 Organizers: Anna Herranz-Surrallés, Jenny Fairbrass, Israel Solorio (convenors of the UACES Collaborative Research Network on European Energy Policy)       Scholars and practitioners assembled at the University of Maastricht on the 19th […]

Winner of the 2018 Luke Foster Prize for Best JCER Article

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UACES and JCER are delighted to announce the winner of the 2018 Luke Foster Prize for the Best JCER Article, dedicated to the memory of our late Executive Director. The prize rewards the best article published in 2017 by a PhD student or an academic within 5 years of completing their PhD: First Prize The […]

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