Members of the Council for European Studies (CES) provide crucial support for its work and are engaged in innovative and influential research on a wide range of subjects, such as: transatlantic relations, global security, cultural studies, European integration, nationalism and regionalism, environmental studies, immigration and social exclusion, classical and medieval history, and Islamic cultures in Europe.

Benefits of membership are myriad and include eligibility for all CES grants, awards, and prizes as well as access to CES' publications. For more information, visit the specific membership pages below.

Individual Membership

Why should you become a member of CES? Visit our Individual Membership page for the full details about the many perks of membership as well as information about how to join.

Institutional Membership

For more information about CES' international Academic Consortium, including how to apply on behalf of your institution and benefit details, visit our Institutional Membership page.

Membership Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our FAQs page for more information about membership in CES as well as details about how to become an individual and institutional member.

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2019 CES Conference

CES is thrilled to announce the location of the 26 Int'l Conference of Europeanists. Learn more...

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