EuropeNow | Issue 39

The February issue of EuropeNow has arrived. From a turbulent year in the EU’s neighborhood, to COVID-19, elections, and protests, scholars and artists alike consider many of the challenges Europe is facing today.

EuropeNow | Issue 38

Since the police killings of Breonna Taylor in March and George Floyd this past May, hundreds of thousands of protesters have taken to the streets across the United States to call for an end to police violence—and, sometimes, the abolition of police altogether.

EuropeNow | Issue 37

The November issue of EuropeNow has arrived with a special feature on Rurality in Europe.

EuropeNow | Issue 36

The October issue of EuropeNow has arrived with a special feature: Networks of Solidarity in Times of Crises.

Iceland Call for Proposals

Europe’s Past, Present, and Future: Utopias and Dystopias University of Iceland | Reykjavik, Iceland June 24-26, 2021 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: We have heard increasing concern from our members about the prospects of carrying out an in-person conference in June 2021. With infection numbers climbing, many countries are putting new restrictions in place; budget cuts and travel restrictions […]

EuropeNow | Issue 35

The August issue of EuropeNow has arrived. Scholars and artists alike consider many of the challenges Europe is facing today.

EuropeNow | Issue 34

While certainly not exhaustive, this feature aims to display only a sliver of the wide diversity of approaches to Europe in European studies, the many “Europes” that are studied and taught, and the fruitful collaborative endeavors that are central to the success and sustainability of the (inter)discipline―beyond EU studies and integration theories, but inclusive of […]