Two month ago, Vincent Lebrou (University of Strasbourg) and I organised a workshop on the future of the European Union at the Maison française d’Oxford (MFO) and at the European studies centre (St Antony’s College, University of Oxford).
The day before, some of us went to a pub to follow the World Cup: the Belgians won against the English (2-0). And then, some of the participants went to Nuffield College where they were hosted.
It was such a sunny and full day! See below for few pictures of this workshop in remembrance.
We spent the morning at the Maison française d’Oxford.
Let’s begin with the first panel on the sources of differentiation and (im)migration policies with Dr Cristina Blanco Sio-Lopez (University of Oxford, St Antony’s College) and Stefan Jagdhuber (University of Munich). Prof. Florence Delmotte (University of Saint-Louis, Brussels) was the discussant and Petar Markovic (Free University of Brussels & LUISS) the chair.
Let’s have a break, outside with the sun, inside with the artist.
The second panel was dedicated to the sources of differentiation and the ‘practice turn’. Dr Anja THOMAS (SciencesPo, CERI) and I presented on this panel.
After the lunch break, we went to the European studies centre (ESC) at St Antony’s College (University of Oxford) to continue our workshop.
Dr Vincent Lebrou (University of Strasbourg, SAGE) and Dr Stefan Auer (University of Hong Kong) talked on the third panel and were discussed by Prof. Christoph Meyer (King’s College London). Kira Huju (Balliol College, University of Oxford) was the chair for the afternoon.
Time for a break! Let’s discover the super green ESC’s garden. That’s England buddy.
Last but not least, the fourth panel with Nicolas Arens (University of Saint-Louis, Brussels), Dr Mirjam Dageförde (European University Institute, Florence) and Prof. Kalypso Nicolaïdis (St Antony’s College, University of Oxford), discussed by Prof. Nathalie Berny (Sciences Po Bordeaux, Centre Emile Durkheim).
We finished the day in a… pub, obviously!
Many thanks to all our partners and participants to make the EU great again (at least for one day)!