On 14-16 September 2020 Wroclaw will transform into the capital of European studies – all thanks to the 3rd Congress for European Studies organised by the Chair of European Studies of the University of Wroclaw and Polish Society of European Studies (Polskie Towarzystwo Studiów Europejskich). The main topic of all sessions is multi-speed Europe.
Europe as a subject of scientific analysis is a normative, cultural, social, economic and political space which undergoes both the processes of integration and disintegration in different dimensions and at the same time. Aware of the number and the diversity of visions and development preferences in Europe and for Europe, we would like to invite you to discuss factors and determinants which affect the functioning of multi-speed Europe both in the subject and in the object layer. We aim to look at Europe together in the context of changes it is undergoing – both internal and in the light of its position and role in the globalised world.
We invite researchers from various areas of study who are interested in all phenomena and processes in contemporary Europe, in the international, national, regional and local context, to participate and share the results of their scientific inquiries.
We invite you to send your applications to the 3rd Congress for European Studies via our application form.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our Organisational Committee: email@example.com
President of the Organizing Committee
of the 3rd Congress for European Studies
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Take part in the conference!
First, fill in the application form, and once your application is accepted by the Scientific Committee, pay the registration fee:
Participants from Poland: 500 PLN
Participants from abroad: 125 EUR
PTSE members: 400 PLN
PhD students: 350 PLN
to the following bank account:
PL 09 1090 2503 0000 0001 1110 6022
ul. Kuźnicza 17/19
Please write your name and surname in the bank transfer description.