Council for European Studies
Seventeenth International Conference
Papers must be submitted by March 31, 2010 using All Academic.
To upload your paper, attendees will need to log into the system and click the link that says "view submissions/upload final draft." The attendee will see his or her submissions and a link that says "upload final draft" to the right in the action column. The next screen will show an upload option with some instructions.
A couple things to remember: There is only one upload per paper. Attendees can upload as much as they wish, it will just safe over the document that is currently in the system. Also, only the submitter has the power to upload. That is, the person who originally submitted the
proposal into the system. Co-authors do not have the ability.
The Revenge of the European Model?
April 15-17, 2010
Founded in 1970, the Council for European Studies (CES) is the leading academic organization for the study of Europe. The Council produces and recognizes outstanding, multidisciplinary research in European studies through a range of programs, including conferences, publications, special events, and awards. The Council's biennial international conference brings together scholars from a multitude of countries and a multitude of fields for debate, discussion, and interdisciplinary exchange.
For the 2010 conference, the Council welcomes proposals for
panels,roundtables, book discussions, multi-panel workshops, and individual papers on the study of Europe broadly defined. We especially welcome proposals dealing with the central question of "The revenge of the European model?" but all proposals will beconsidered. We encourage proposals in the widest range of disciplinesand in particular interdisciplinary panels.
Papers must be submitted by March 31, 2010 using All Academic. More information on the submission process will be available in upcoming issues of the CES newsletter.
Sophie Meunier, Co-Chair and Philip Nord, Co-Chair
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, San Diego
University of Ottawa
Dear CES Participants,
Welcome to the registration and accommodation booking website of the Council for European Studies.
All presenters and attendees (including non-presenters), members of CES committees, local Montreal organizers, discussants, chairs, and network leaders must register for the conference by February 15 , 2010, 5 am, EST. No exceptions will be made. A USD 50 fee for late registration will be imposed starting February 15, 2010, 5 am, EST.
Please register now. Once registered, a ticket will be emailed to you. Please print your ticket and bring it to the conference in order to receive your name badge, drink and hors d'oeuvres coupons as well as the printed conference program at the Check-In Desk. We look forward to greeting you in Montreal.
Cathie Jo Martin, CES Chair
Sophie Meunier, Conference Co-Chair
Philip Nord, Conference Co-Chair
Stefanie Grupp-Clasby, CES Associate Director
The CES conference hotel is the Grand Plaza Hotel Montreal (www.grandplazamontreal.com). All sessions will be taking place on site. Hotel reservations at the reduced rate for attendees must be made through the dedicated website by March 12, 2010. Attendee Code: CES
To access the online program go to http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/ces/ces10, logon and you will find a link, "search the online program," under the submitter menu. You can search or access the "events calendar" tab. You can also create your own personal itineraries using the "my schedule" link in the upper right corner. Additionally, you can see when and where your session is currently scheduled by clicking on the "my schedule" link. The program committee has organized the following plenaries:
Do Transatlantic Relations Still Matter?
Thu, Apr 15 - 5:15pm - 6:30pm Place: Grand Plaza Hotel
Followed by a reception at the McCord Museum for Canadian History, Atrium
Address: McCord Museum of Canadian History, 690, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Directions: take bus 24 from hotel down rue Sherbrooke
The Past and Future of Social Solidarity
Fri, Apr 16 - 5:15pm - 7:00pm Place: Grand Plaza Hotel
Followed by a reception at the Grand Plaza Hotel Monet, Salle de Bal (Conference Hotel)
Address: Grand Plaza Hotel Montreal, 505, rue Sherbrooke Est
Interactive map: to the right on this page
Sat, Apr 17 - 5:15pm - 6:30pm Place: Grand Plaza Hotel
Followed by a reception at Le Saint-Sulpice Bar, Bibliotheque and Place de l'ange
Address: Le Saint-Sulpice Bar, 1680, rue Saint-Denis
Directions: in walking distance from conference hotel
The Council leadership would like to express its gratitude to the following universities for their organizational and financial support in Montreal: McGill University, the Universite de Montreal, the European Union Centre of Excellence at the joint Institute for European Studies, Concordia University, UQAM, and the University of Ottawa. We also thank the International Association for the Study of German Politics (IASGP) (www.iasgp.org) for their partnership in the conference.
We are also grateful for the financial support provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (www.mellon.org), The Luso-American Development Foundation (www.flad.pt), the Society for the Anthropology of Europe (SAE) (http://www.h-net.org/~sae/sae/Welcome.html), the Transatlantic Academy (www.transatlanticacademy.org), the Centro de Investigaciones Sociologicas(www.cis.es), Taylor and Francis (www.taylorandfrancis.com), and Stiftelsen Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (www.rj.se).
Cathie Jo Martin, CES Chair