AACAPS Conference
AACaPS – ESAANZ Joint Conference 2021

The Conference is Upcoming, don't forget to buy a ticket

Book Launch
ESAANZ Essay Competition 2021

The ESAANZ Essay competition is running for 2021. If you're a student, why not submit a paper?

ESAANZ Blogs
New ESAANZ Blogs Available

A new blog on Belarus is available

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WELCOME TO ESAANZ

European Studies Association Australia and New Zealand

The Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) was launched as an independent body on 16 March 1991 in Melbourne. The initiative for such an Association was based on the experience of the national Associations for Contemporary European Studies in each of the member states of the European Union and elsewhere, which is an experience of cooperation, sharing of learning and research interests and dissemination of information and critical analysis on contemporary issues. In June 2020, CESAA and the European Union Studies Association of New Zealand merged to form the European Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand. The merger created two branches in Melbourne and in Christchurch, while also a third branch formed in Sydney. Through these branches, ESAANZ aims to further European studies in Australia and New Zealand. 

AIMS OF THE ASSOCIATION

ESAANZ’s objectives are:
  • to promote teaching and research in contemporary European studies;
  • to provide a forum for discussion of contemporary European issues;
  • to publish work of high quality in European Studies;
  • to maintain and foster links between tertiary educational institutions;
  • to foster links among academics in Australia and internationally;
  • to encourage European studies in secondary schools;
  • to advise interested government and non-government organisations.

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P.O. Box 2125
Hawthorn, 3122
Victoria, Australia

Join us for an online event in collaboration with @RMIT_EU_CENTRE to discuss Australia’s new security deal, #AUKUS and how this will impact out relationship with the European Union.

Speakers:
@GoranaGrgic @EmmaShortis @Dr Romain Fathi

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https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/190141397037

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