Since January 2007, ELIAMEP has started a series of Research Seminars organized by its team of researchers with a view to discussing their current and recent work, providing critical input and also learning from each other. The Seminars are genuinely interdisciplinary bringing together postgraduate, postdoctoral and senior researchers from sociology, politics, social anthropology, or economics specialized in issues of European integration, migration, international relations, human rights, labour market and the media. Each session involves discussing and commenting on a research paper, which is circulated in advance. The research papers are usually work in progress and are part of one of ELIAMEP’s research projects. The seminars are open to researchers and graduate students that are external to ELIAMEP.
The seminars are held on a monthly basis (from September till July each year) always at lunch time, that is between 13.00 and 14.30. For organizational reasons, those wishing to attend and who are not regular attendees should contact Director General Thanos Dokos who is Convenor of the ELIAMEP Research Seminars.