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, political economy, cultural studies, European integration, nationalism and regionalism, immigration and racism, gender and sexuality, radicalism and violence, social movements, and health and wellbeing.
Being a Member of the Council for European Studies (CES) is testament to one’s professional dedication to the study of Europe and provides an unparalleled opportunity to support and influence the future of the field.
Individual Members receive exclusive access to valuable CES resources, including:
An opportunity to strengthen their professional connections via our expansive CES Research Networks.
Eligibility for a wide range of CES Grants, Fellowships, and Awards to support their studies, research, and publications.
Reduced member rates at our annual International Conference of Europeanists.
PhD students and junior scholars have the opportunity to receive feedback for their work from a well-established scholar within the CES global community via the CES Digital Hub initiative.