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European Identity, Culture, Exchanges and Multilingualism
Date du début: 1 sept. 2014, Date de fin: 31 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The Jean Monnet Network European Identity, Culture, Exchanges and Multilingualism brings together Jean Monnet Chairs, a JM Centre of Excellence and four partners not yet in receipt of Jean Monnet funding. European identity formation is identified as an overarching theme with three dimensions of more focused research (patterns of European identity and citizenship among students studying courses in the area of EU Studies eliminating the constraint of knowledge deficit and information about European affairs), identities in urban contexts (the European multilingual city) and the issue of emerging new European young researchers’ identities (exchanges and doctoral studies – an international study of processes and outcomes in the EU). A core task of the network is to build knowledge and become a reference point for researchers in these EU-related themes. Core target group of the Network are young researchers (doctorate students, potential doctorate students and young researchers who have obtained a PhD degree in the past 5 years). Their profile is not limited to EU Studies departments. The Network aims at involving doctorate students and young researchers from different scientific areas through the open calls for participation and through inviting doctorate students from other scientific fields. The Network envisages 3 summer schools, 13 events (seminars, workshops, conferences and final conference). The Network envisages 10 major deliverables (books, collection of papers, conference proceedings, thematic issues of national journals, working papers). The co-teaching activities are developed with the view of enhancing academic exchanges and cooperation. The JM Network is constructed with stable roots in existing or previous networks supporting activities in the general theme of the network activities. All the thematic areas are effectively correlated to previous partial or deeper collaboration (CEEPUS, LUCIDE, bilateral cooperation, common research and publications).



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