Call for papers for the Lille Jean Monnet Conference

Call for papers for the Lille Jean Monnet Conference

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The Lille Jean Monnet Conference, which will take place 26th, 27th and 28th June 2017, is the key event of the project EURÉGIO, led by the University of Lille 1, Sciences and Technologies, since September 2015 in the framework of the European programme Eramus + Jean Monnet, with the objective to appraise the knowledge, foster the debate and consider the evolutions of regions and regionalism in the context of the European construction.

The conference is opened to theoretical contributions, comparative and factual case studies or fieldworks that will address issues related to this theme. The two lines that structure the call for papers are intentionally broad and interdisciplinary to address the regional question in Europe in all its diversity :

Line 1 : Regions and regional governance in Europe
Line 2 : Regions in the European Union, the European Union in the regions

Some of the papers will be published following the conference, according to the publication programme of the project EURÉGIO.

  • Modalities of paper submission :

The paper proposals, in French or English, will indicate the thematic line and will include :

- an abstract of the paper (around 20 lines to the maximum)
- five to ten bibliographical references
- five key words
- the contact details and professional information

The proposals can be sent to until April 15th 2017.

  • Scientific Committee :

- Gabriele Abels, professor of political science, University of Tübingen
- Anne-Laure Amilhat-Szary, professor of geography, University Grenoble-Alpes
- Nathalie Chusseau, professor of economics, University of Lille
- Claire Colomb, reader in planning and urban sociology, University College London
- Fabienne Leloup, professor of political science and public administration, Catholic University of Louvain, ISPOLE
- Anssi Paasi, professor of geography, University of Oulu
- Didier Paris, professor of planning and urbanism, University of Lille
- Thomas Perrin, senior lecturer in planning and European studies, University of Lille
- Patrick Picouet, professor of geography, University of Lille
- Carlo Salone, professor of economic and political geography, University of Turin
- François-Olivier Seys, professor of geography, University of Lille