Virtual Panel organized by Working Group 1 – New Realities
Convenors: Organized and led by F. Aslı Ergül Jorgensen
Recently, there has been not only global and regional power shifts, but more nationalist, authoritarian and protectionist discourses have also become important features. At the point of time when we convinced ourselves that global changes were only limited to this, we began to bitterly experience the global pandemic, the devastating consequences of climate change and the crisis that humanity has fallen into are more vital than any other political, economic and social phenomena. In this panel, we aim to discuss the conceptual and theoretical changes, as well as transformations that European Studies have experienced in recent years. In this context, the contributions will examine how European Studies develops the field in the context of rising nationalism, xenophobia, illiberal practices, climate crisis, pandemic politics and migration.
Papers will be considered for inclusion in working paper series and/or edited volumes of the COST Action ENTER.
Chair: Feride Asli Ergul Jorgensen (Ege University, Turkey)
Giray Sadik (Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Turkey)
Ceren Kaya (Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University, Turkey)
New EU borders in the making and the geo-politics of health surveillance
Fotini Bellou (University of Macedonia, Greece)
The effects of the pandemic in the formation of EU diplomacy and CSDP
Digdem Soyaltin-Colella (Altınbaş University, Turkey)
Didem Buhari-Gulmez (Izmir Katip Celebi University, Turkey)
Varieties of illiberalism? Different perceptions of Hungarian crisis in the EU
Erman Ermihan (Kadir Has University, Turkey)
European Studies in Transition: How are Pandemics Studied in Academia?
Soumyadeep Bidyanta (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India)
Refugees and terrorism: a study using opinion polls
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