Circulation and European Identity seeks to generate conversations and collaborations on the following themes:
*The shifting of boundaries and barriers to circulation in Europe over time
*The tension between national and European Union regulatory processes regarding forms of circulation
*The influence of ethnic, religious, class, and national insecurities and alliances in either facilitating or hindering circulation in Europe
This conference is intended to serve as a venue for shaping a Europeanist social space among humanities and social science scholars in Western New York and Southern Ontario. We hope that it will lead to future collaboration in the region and across disciplines in European Studies. It has been organized under the auspices of the Center for European Studies at the University at Buffalo (CEUS at UB).
Free and open to the public
Sponsors We would like to thank the following for their generous support of this conference:
SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines Program
Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development (OVPRED) at UB
The Humanities Institute at UB
The Graduate Group for German and Austrian Studies at UB
Department of Anthropology at UB
Acknowledgments: We thank Samantha Pfeiffer and Renee Ruffino for the design of our conference poster. We also thank Irene Ketonen, Graduate Assistant for CEUS, for designing this website and helping with the conference planning. Additional thanks go to our excellent student volunteers, Thomas Buttaccio, Dongha Lim, Kvitka Peczonczyk, and Brittany Snyder.