This event marks the culmination of the BordEUr: New European Borderlands project. BordEUr is a collaborative research project of nine European universities. The project documents and assesses the proliferation of new borders in the aftermath of the European Union’s (EU) recent crises (the Eurozone crisis, the so-called migration crisis, and the COVID-19 pandemic), which in various ways, were crises of those very borders.
To learn more about the BordEUr project, visit www.bordeur-project.com.
The event will showcase the outcome of the research project and edited online publication entitled „Fences, Refugee Boats, and the New Borderlands: Making Sense of the European Union’s Emerging Internal and External Borders". The editors are Andras Szalai, Owen Parker, Sonia Lucarelli, and Alexandra Prodromidou.
1.30-2.30pm Book presentation
The online publication is presented by Andras Szalai, Research Fellow, CEU Democracy Institute & Lead Researcher, BordEUr
Discussant: Saskia Stachowitsch, FWF Senior Research Fellow and Senior Visiting Researcher at CEU, Vienna, Austria
2.30-3.00pm Coffee break
3.00-5.00pm Panel Discussion: Evolving bordering narratives and practices in the EU in the wake of Russia's War on Ukraine
Marco Zoppi, Research fellow, Department of Political and Social Sciences, at the University of Bologna, Italy, (BordEUr partner)
Jannis Panagiotidis, Scientific Director of the Research Center for the History of Transformations (RECET), University of Vienna, Austria
Margaryta Rymarenko, Independent Researcher, Kyiv, Ukraine
Paul Schmidt, Director, Österreichische Gesellschaft für Europapolitik (ÖGfE), Vienna, Austria
Chair: Owen Parker, Research Fellow at Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield, UK, (BordEUr partner)
Location: Auditorium, Central European University, Quellenstraße 51, 1100 Wien, Austria
Join in online: https://ceu-edu.zoom.us/j/96608234041?pwd=dHhFOFVBa1VieUs4c1FpSGg3WVJYUT09
watch the Youtube stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6RpWqMKFp4
Meeting ID: 966 0823 4041 Passcode: 398038
The project is sponsored through the Erasmus+ Programme – Jean Monnet Network scheme.
Project Reference Number: 611891-EPP-1-2019-1-HU-EPPJMO-NETWORK