In continuation of our lecture series, Kent’s European Centres will be holding some online discussions centered around the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Date: Thursday 7th May
Time: 15:00 (Brussels Time)
Title: Whatever Happened to Brexit? Europe After COVID-19
Just a few months ago, Brexit was the dominant issue on the EU’s agenda – things have changed. Does the pandemic threaten the already tight negotiation schedule between the EU and the UK? How does it change the position of both parties? And how about the credibility of the EU, at times when solidarity seems to be questioned?
Scholars from the University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies will discuss how COVID-19 impacts the Brexit agenda, how it affects policies in both the EU and the UK and the challenges that this poses for the future.
The discussions will be hosted by Professor Jeremy Carrette, Dean for Europe and Professor of Philosophy, Religion and Culture.
- Professor Richard Whitman, Professor of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent
- Dr Tom Casier, Reader in International Relations, University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies
Look out for other Interdisciplinary Intervention webinars coming soon:
‘Pandemic and Politics: Covid-19, Global Crisis and the Challenge to Humanity’, featuring Professor Adrian Pabst, Head of Kent’s School of Politics and International Relations, Dr Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels, Academic Director at BSIS, and Dr Albena Azmanova, Reader at BSIS (date tbc).
‘Literature, Life and Lockdown: How the Humanities can help the Species Survive‘, featuring Professor Ben Hutchinson, Professor of European Literature and Academic Director of Kent’s Paris School of Arts and Culture, Dr Frances Guerin, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director of Graduate Studies of Paris programmes at Kent’s School of Arts, and Dr Lauren Ware Lecturer in Philosophy at Kent’s School of European Culture and Languages (date tbc).