Titre : the Philippines as a Transnational Hub : Exchanges Between the Philippines and the EU
The workshop “The Philippines as a Transnational Hub : Exchanges Between the Philippines and the EU” aims to explore the deepening ties between the Philippines and the international community, especially the European Union, and the future of human, cultural, scientific and capital exchanges between both sides. Employing a transnational and multi-disciplinary approach, the workshop will bring together both leading and young scholars and experts on Philippine Studies as well as on Philippine-EU relations.
The workshop is comprised of panels on (1) state policies and international relations ; (2) migration and mobility ; (3) labour and human development ; and (4) (ex)changes in culture, identities and natural science. The panel on migration and mobility will tackle research insights, Filipino diaspora in Europe and will also include a session devoted to an open discussion among Ph.D. students’ research on Philippine-EU relations/Philippine studies and possible networking opportunities.
Hence, this call is open to EU-based PhD students who are interested to participate in the "student caucus" to share their research areas and interests, challenges and prospects. Each student will be given 10 minutes to present their doctoral research.
Researchers with existing work on the themes presented above are also invited to present.
Interested participants may register & submit their one-page presentation outline via https://forms.gle/NAAcPtJdx4QTR3Wr6 until 15 September 2019.
For more information, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Given the limited budget of the workshop, participants are expected to cover their own expenses.
- Quand ?
le jeudi 24 et le vendredi 25 octobre 2019
- Ou ?
Le jeudi 24 octobre
Salle Duvigneau (UC2.236)
Bâtiment U, Campus du Solbosch
Avenue F D Roosevelt, 50
1050 - Bruxelles
Le vendredi 25 octobre
Salle Henri Janne (S15.331)
Bâtiment S, Campus du Solbosch
Avenue Jeanne, 44
1050 - Bruxelles