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What Next after #UACES2016?

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With the UACES 2016 conference coming to a close, Viviane Gravey and Anna Wambach offer some suggestions for postgraduate researchers on how to make the most of a conference once it has finished. They recommend maintaining the momentum, both for one’s research and network, and planning ahead for future conference opportunities. The run-up to a […]

Exactly like the EU, Just a Little Bit Cheesier? Discursive Links between the EU and the Eurovision Song Contest

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The Eurovision Song Contest can be a useful and fun allegorical tool for explaining the dynamics of the EU, writes Anna Wambach. She argues that, although comparisons between the two can create strong cognitive associations over time, if taken too seriously such links can lead to misunderstandings about how the EU works in practice. It […]

Engaging Beyond Your Research: Make the Most of Opportunities to Expand Your Horizons

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Research students often experience the pressure of managing various commitments, in the face of expectations and the competitive academic environment, writes Anna Wambach. She reflects on how the commitments she decided to focus on have complemented her research, allowing her to acquire additional skills and to build up contacts with other researchers in European studies. […]

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