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Europe on the Move

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									                  Europe on the Move
               Graduate Centre for Europe
     5th Annual Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Conference



Thursday 7th April

10.30-11.30: Registration and Coffee

Introduction and Welcome

Director of Graduate Centre for Europe Dr. Nicholas Martin and Co-
Chairs James Green and Judith Allan.




11.30 – 1.00 PLENARY SESSION

Emese Emőke Batizán (Corvinus University)
Women on the move: Life between Szék and Budapest.

Vera Slavtcheva-Petkova (Loughborough University)
Children’s vs. Parents’ Europe: Differences and Similarities.

Adela Rapeanu (University of Bucharest)
Gender Equality Policies in Post-Communist            Romania:   Women
Changing the Political Landscape.




1.00 – 2.00 LUNCH
2.00 PLENARY SESSION

Luke Butler (University of Birmingham)
European Defence Procurement in Transition: A View from the Outside.

Delia Manzanero (Autonomous University of Madrid)
The Reception, Synthesis and Projection of Enlightened Ideas of Europe
made by a Krausist Harmonic Conception of the World.




3.00 TEA/COFFEE


3.30 – 5.00

Tihomir Topuzovski (University of Birmingham)
A Landscape of Exclusion

Filiz Coban (University of East Anglia)
Understanding Euroscepticism in Turkey: A Discourse-Historical
Approach to Political Debates on Turkey’s EU Membership.

Marzia A. A. Coltri (University of Birmingham)
The Challenge of the RastafarI movement: Non-Westerns in Europe. Is
ʻInIʼ in Babylon?



6.30 CONFERENCE DINNER
Friday 8th April

9.00 TEA/COFFEE


9.30 – 11.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Malcolm Harbour (MEP for West Midlands)




11.00 – 11.30 TEA/COFFEE


11.30 – 1.00 PLENARY SESSION

Raja Adil Bashir (University of Birmingham)
Globalization and Regional Competitive Advantage in a Knowledge-
based-economy

Stefan Plenk (Bundeswehruniversität Neubiberg / Munich)
The Potential of Neofunctionalist Theory concerning Regional
Integration Phenomena in Africa South Sahariana: An Analysis of EAC,
ECOWAS and SADC

Gloria Okemuo (University of Birmingham)
Europe on the Move: But not beyond Duality in EU External Relations
Law




1.00 – 2.00 LUNCH


2.00 – 3.00 PLENARY SESSION

Emily Rozier (University of Birmingham)
The Transnational Gallant: Continental Sources of an English Satirical
Figure.

Cristina Ivanovici (University of Birmingham)
Explorations of National and Community Identity in Europa (1997) by
Tim Parks
3.00 – 3.30 TEA/COFFEE


3.30 – 5.00 (Tara)

Bianca Marina Mitu (University of Bucharest)
Television and Democracy in European Post-Communist Countries:
Continuity and Change.

Kamil Zapasnik (Birkbeck, University of London)
Is the European Future Multicultural? The Multicultural Paradigm as an
Example of the Politics of Exclusion in Fatih Akin's Head-on/Gegen die
Wand.

Clare Watters (University of Birmingham)
Comedians on the Move: A Chance for European Comedy?


5.00 – 5.15 CLOSE

								
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