The Global Citizenship research strand of the Global Governance Programme (EUI/RSC) will host an informal seminar series with monthly meetings throughout the academic year 2021-22 in order to foster exchange on latest, cutting-edge research on citizenship and to provide an opportunity for early career scholars and PhD researchers, as well as for more established scholars to present their research.
We welcome both empirical and theoretical papers that explore the variations, determinants and/or implications of the legal regimes that govern the institution of citizenship at national, supranational and global levels. Papers with a comparative and/or a global dimension are especially welcome. See here for more information about the foci of the Global Citizenship research area.
The monthly Global Citizenship Seminar will typically be 1 hour, including a 20-minute presentation and 40-minute discussion. Exceptionally an extended session may be organized around multiple thematically-related presentations.
The sessions will be held every third Thursday of the month, from September to May.
Meetings will take place in-person, if European University Institute regulations and procedures allow, but we expect to be able to accommodate some remote presentations in our schedule.
You are invited to submit paper abstracts (max 300 words) by 30 June 2021 through this submission form. Please include your contact details, affiliation and a one-paragraph biographical note.