Academic Public Seminars

C3EU team members presented Network’s research results, methods and policy recommendations in 38 academic public seminars. In these events, the C3EU scholars were invited by their academic colleagues from various Universities in Europe and around the world to present C3EU’s  key findings.  These events are in addition to Stakeholder Events, Conference Presentations and C3EU Public Event Presentations. Importantly, these Academic Seminars were instrumental in creating new collaborations,  research frameworks and new Centers of Research Excellence.

 

Chaban, N. (2016) “EU Perceptions in EU Strategic Partners”, Jagellonian University, European and EU Studies, Krakow, Poland, 09/2016

Chaban, N. (2016) “EU External Perception and EU Public Diplomacy”, Fulda University, Germany, 10/2016

Chaban, N. (2016) “EU External Perceptions: In EU Neighbourhood and Far Away from its Borders” EU Studies PhD Summer School within Jean Monnet Network European Identity, Culture, Exchanges and Multilingualism (EUROMEC) led by University of Sofia (Bulgaria), 06/2016

Chaban, N. (2016) “EU Global Perceptions: International Recognition in the Times of Crises”, University of Gottingen, Germany, 10/2016

Chaban, N. (2016) “Partners and Perceptions: EU Global Perceptions, VMU, Lithuania 09/2016

Chaban, N. (2016) “Research Design and Methods in EU Perceptions Studies”, PhD Seminar, Giessen University, Germany 10/2016

Chaban, N. (2016)“Global Images of the EU: post-Maidan and circa Europe’s migration crisis”, TU Darmstadt, 11/2016

Chaban, N. (2017) “EU International Identity: Images of Brexit and the EU in Ukraine and Russia”, Lund University, Sweden, 12/2017

Chaban, N. (2017) “EU Perceptions in Ukraine: Media Framing and Youth Opinion”, Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 11/2017

Chaban, N. (2017) “EU Perceptions in Ukraine”, Cherkasy National University, Ukraine, 11/2017

Chaban, N. (2017) “New methods in Media Content Analysis: Conceptual Metaphors and Meaning Formation in Media Discourses (images of the EU in Ukrainian and Russian influential press)”, Department of Media and Communications, UC, NZ, 08/2017

Miskimmon, A. (2018) Invited Speaker. Ambassador Milton A. Wolf Media and Diplomacy Seminar: Public Diplomacy in Moments of Geopolitical Transformation organised by American Austrian Foundation, the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and the Diplomatic Academy Vienna, Austria. 16-18 April 2018

Morozova, E. (2016) “Ecological approach to the analysis of linguistic meaning: multimodal metaphors of Brexit”, the all-Ukrainian scientific seminar “Sentence and Text: Processes of Generation and Interpretation Techniques”, Boris Grinchenko University, Kyiv. 26 October 2016

O’Loughlin, B. (2018) «Winning Hearts and Minds in Hot Spots? Explaining the Effects of Strategic Narratives in Ukraine, Israel and Palestine». Department of Politics and International Relations Seminar Series, Royal Holloway, University of London, 10 January 2018

O’Loughlin, B. and Miskimmon, A. (2017) «Russian Influence in Eastern and Central Europe. Noble Foundation Workshop on NATO after the Warsaw Summit 2016: British-Polish Perspectives in an Uncertain Security Environment». Royal Holloway, University of London, 26 May 2017

Pshenychnykh, A. (2016) “Ukrainian Perspectives on Self, the EU and Russia, The Jean Monnet Network Crisis, Conflict and Critical Diplomacy: EU Perceptions in Ukraine and Israel/Palestine”, Vytautas Magnus University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 3 September 2016

Pshenychnykh, A. (2017) “Leninfall: Reframing the Symbols of 1917 in Ukraine”. Masterclass for MSc MPPA students, Royal Holloway, University of London, London, 29 November, 2017

Pshenychnykh, A. (2018) “Використання ресурсів Google у дослідженні студентів (за досвідом міжнародного проекту [Using Google resources in MA students’ scientific research (based on the experience of C3EU project)]”. For professors of School of Foreign Languages, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. March, 2018

Yavorska, G. (2016) “Ukraine and Brexit”. The Jean Monnet Network Crisis, Conflict and Critical Diplomacy: EU Perceptions in Ukraine and Israel/Palestine, Vytautas Magnus University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 3 September 2016

Zhabotynska, S. (2016) “Ukraine – European Union: Referendum in the Netherlands as Viewed in Ukrainian and Russian Internet Blogs”. The Jean Monnet Network Crisis, Conflict and Critical Diplomacy: EU Perceptions in Ukraine and Israel/Palestine, Vytautas Magnus University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 3 September 2016