All of #EISS2019 packed in less than a minute.
By Hugo Meijer and Alain Dieckhoff, Sciences Po - CERI.
By Stephen Brooks, Dartmouth College, and Barry Posen, Massachussets Institute of Technology.
Economics, history, law, philosophy, political science, sociology, strategic studies and most social sciences
A Europe-wide network of scholars that share the goal of consolidating security studies
Members of the armed forces, of diplomatic services, as well as national
and international civil servants
The European Initiative on Security Studies is a Europe-wide multidisciplinary network of scholars that share the goal of consolidating security studies in Europe. Specifically, the aims of the EISS are two-fold:
• The registration fee is €30 per participant.
• No funding support is provided by the EISS. Applicants are advised to seek funding for travel/accommodation from their home institution.
• By accepting to cover the travel/accommodation of its participants, each university accepts to be included in the list of EISS Partner Institutions (which entails no other cost or contribution from the home university). If a university is not able to cover the travel/accommodation expenses, the EISS also considers applications that are individually-funded or funded by third sources.
• Panel structure: 4 presentations (10 min. each), discussion between chair/discussant and panelists (20 min.), Q&A with the audience (30 min.)