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Publié le mercredi 15 mai 2013 par Elsa Zotian

Résumé

Economic crisis has turned on lights on Mediterranean Europe’s countries and the role-played in the European integration process and as interface between the EU and countries, policies and cultures coming from Mediterranean Area. Moreover, events such the Arab Spring have brought back the idea of Mediterranean as a wide and complex meeting place where cultures, faiths, different political and social experiences meet, and sometimes clash, developing opportunities of dialogue and integration.

Annonce

Argument

Economic crisis has turned on lights on Mediterranean Europe’s countries and the role-played in the European integration process and as interface between the EU and countries, policies and cultures coming from Mediterranean Area. Moreover, events such the Arab Spring have brought back the idea of Mediterranean as a wide and complex meeting place where cultures, faiths, different political and social experiences meet, and sometimes clash, developing opportunities of dialogue and integration.

“Officina della Storia” (www.officinadellastoria.eu) and Centre for the study of Mediterranean Europe (www.cssem.org) aims to transpose that place within a monographic number of the e-Journal focusing it on four main topics:

  • Spaces: the evolution of Mediterranean Europe during the European integration process and the forthcoming steps: the enlargements, the relationships with Third Countries, the Euro-Mediterranean cooperation projects;
  • Cultures: the Mediterranean as a meeting place among languages, faiths, cultures, arts such music, painting, literature, movies, sports and universities;
  • Policies: the impact of common policies over Mediterranean Europe and as a tool of EU’s strategies in the Mediterranean Area (human rights, gender equality, immigration);
  • Players: institutions, leaders, parties, movements and association both at local, national and transnational level that contribute to the development of a Mediterranean approach to the European integration and that promote Euro-Mediterranean dialogue.

Submission guidelines

The proposals (abstract 500 and CV 250 words) have to be submitted

before 31th May.

“Officina della Storia” will select the papers in June.

Papers will undergo refereed and should be sent before 31th October 2013.

Proposals and info: mediterraneaneurope@gmail.com

Peer review

Officina della Storia employs the double-blind peer review process.

All research articles are submitted to two anonymous referees, usually not belonging to either the Editorial Staff or the International Advisory Board (>90%).

The referees are chosen preferibly outside of the University of Tuscia (>80%)

Advisory Board

  • Francesco Bonini (LUMSA, Roma)
  • Davide Borrelli (Un. Salento)
  • Catherine Brice (Paris XII)
  • Jordi Canal (EHESS, Paris)
  • Luciano Cheles (Un. Poitiers)
  • Sante Cruciani (Un. Tuscia)
  • Marco De Nicolò (Un. Cassino)
  • Steven Gundle (Un. Londra)
  • Guido Panvini (Un. Tuscia)
  • Catia Papa (Un. Roma III)
  • Fernanda Rollo (Un. Nova Lisbona)
  • Matteo Sanfilippo (Un. Tuscia)
  • Giovanna Tosatti (Un. Tuscia)
  • Edoardo Novelli (Un. Roma III)

Lieux

  • via santa Maria in Gradi
    Viterbe, Italie (01100)

Dates

  • vendredi 31 mai 2013

Mots-clés

  • cultures, europe, mediterranean, policies, spaces

Contacts

  • Massimo Piermattei
    courriel : mediterraneaneurope [at] gmail [dot] com

Source de l'information

  • anna caprarelli
    courriel : a [dot] caprarelli [at] pretesto [dot] it

Pour citer cette annonce

« Mediterranean Europe in the EU: spaces, cultures, policies and players », Appel à contribution, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 15 mai 2013, http://calenda.org/247733