Lviv, Ukraine 26-27 March 2020

W1: Teaching and Learning Europe

In line with the first research pillar of the LEAP which explores educational aspect of the EU integration and aims to unfold complexities and challenges of teaching and learning the EU at ‘the periphery’, a two-day workshop in March 2020 was going to be organised by the IFNUL. Due to the recent pandemic, the event is postponed to a future date. One-and-a-half-day workshop where the epistemological and methodological challenges of teaching and learning Europe at ‘the periphery’ will be explored, attended by one member of the Key Staff of each partner and paper givers will be followed by a two-hour seminar by the key speaker on the challenges and opportunities attached to the EU Studies as a discipline.

  • Workshop & Seminar
  • 25 papers
  • Total 50 participants (approx.)

The Call for Papers for the workshop will be announced by the IFNUL right after the launch of the LEAP project (around mid-September 2019) to give enough time for the scholars working on this topic to draft an abstract and apply for the workshop. The selection will be made by the IFNUL and successful candidates will have to submit the full draft of their papers one week before the workshop at the latest as the mentality of the workshops are mainly based on the premise that all the paper-givers read and comment on each other’s’ papers. One member of the Key Staff of each partner will also be present at the workshops to give feedback, to steer and to chair the workshop as well as to attend Keynote Speaker's seminar on the challenges and opportunities attached to the EU Studies as a discipline.

The main impact of the workshop will be to increase the visibility of the LEAP project and to contribute to the enhancement of knowledge of the EU Studies as a discipline and the EU integration in general.

Project Partners

METU
ESOGU
SNSPA
UP
ISU
IFNUL

Project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

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