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PREVIOUS EVENTS

The European Diaspora in Australia Worshop: 15 SEPTEMBER 2014

On 15 September Swinburne University of Technology, RMIT University and the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) hosted a workshop on the European diaspora in Australia. This workshop (in part organised by CESAA President Bruno Mascitelli) provided a platform for academics and graduate students to present their research on a wide range of European diasporas, adding to a deeper understanding of historical and contemporary linkages between Australia and Europe. More than 20 presentations across a broad variety of diasporic experiences and perceptions afforded new insights and the opportunity for an exchange of ideas, making the workshop an inspiring and successful event.



The Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies
(ANZJES) is a scholarly, refereed publication aimed at promoting the development of European Studies in Australia and New Zealand. As an interdisciplinary journal, contributions are invited from a broad range of research areas devoted to post-war European affairs. While aimed at facilitating original research conducted by emerging academics, ANZJES also encourages contributions from established academics in the field.


For information on how to submit, refer to the following files:

Call for papers

Instructions for authors

Visit of Associate Professor Paulo Canelas de Castro - ECSA President Macau

On 22nd March 2011, the EU Centre at RMIT in conjunction with the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) presented a seminar entitled "The Europe 2020 Strategy: Putting the EU Back on Track?"
Speaker: Associate Professor Paulo Canelas de Castro
The seminar took place at the RMIT City campus in Melbourne.

You can listen to Paulo Canelas de Castro's talk by accessing the following audio file recorded on the day of his presentation. ( will be available soon )

Paulo Canelas deCastro - Short biography 
Paulo Canelas de Castro holds a Jean Monnet Chair in European UnionLaw at the University of Macau (Macau, SAR; China), where he is also the Coordinator of the Master s Program in European Union Law, International Lawand Comparative Law. He also serves as President of EUSA-Macau and has been a lecturer for the Academy of International Trade Law. Prior to his time at Macau, he lectured International Law and European Union Law in Coimbra (Portugal), held Visiting Professorships in Brazil and Germany and was Legal Counsel before theInternational Court of Justice and the European Court of Justice. Over theyears he has had a consistent research interest in water law issues, having written several books, book chapters and articles on the subject. His publications include Recent Developments in Water Law. Principles and Comparative Cases (Luso-AmericanFoundation, 2006) and The European Unionat 50: Assessing the Past, Looking Ahead (University of Macau Press, 2010).

Ass. Prof. Paulo de Castro after delivering his talk in a joint seminar meeting between RMIT and CESAA on March 22 2011. On de Castro's left, President of CESAA Dr Bruno Mascitelli, and on his right Prof. Bruce Wilson from RMIT

Photo: Ass. Prof. Paulo de Castro after delivering his talk in a joint seminar meeting between RMIT and CESAA on March 22 2011. On de Castro's left, President of CESAA Dr Bruno Mascitelli, and on his right Prof. Bruce Wilson from RMIT

UPCOMING EVENTS



UPCOMING CONFERENCES

2015 EUSA AP Annual Conference
11+12 June 2015
Seoul, Korea

Timeline
Deadline for online-paper submissions: 31 March 2015
Successful applicants will be informed by: 20 April 2015
Acceptance of invitation to present a paper: 30 April 2015





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