Joan DeBardeleben published four articles this year, including, with Dmitry Nechiporuk (2018) “Diverging views of EU-Russian borders: points of congruence and difference in EU and Russian analyses,” Journal of Contemporary European Studies DOI: 10.1080/14782804.2018.1534727.  She also became an active member of the BEAR (Between European and Russia) Jean Monnet Network, housed at the University of Montreal/McGill University,

  • Tom Casier and Joan DeBardeleben (2018), eds. EU-Russian Relations in Crisis: Understanding Diverging Perceptions, (London and New York: Routledge) (equal contribution). Also coauthor (with Tom Casier) of the “Introduction”, pp. 1010, and author of the “Conclusion”, pp. 238-243.
  • Joan DeBardeleben, “Alternative Paradigms for EU-Russian Neighbourhood Relations,” in EU-Russian Relations in Crisis: Understanding Diverging Perceptions, Joan DeBardeleben and Tom Casier, eds. (London and New York: Routledge, 2018), pp. 115-136
  • Joan DeBardeleben, “Geopolitics of the EU,” European Union Governance and Policy Making: A Canadian Perspective, eds. Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, Achim Hurrelmann, and Amy Verdun (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018), pp. 359-378
  • Conference papers

She presented three papers based on her current SSHRC Insight Grant on at the biennial conference of the European Community Studies Association of Canada (ECSA-C), Toronto, May 9-11, 2018 (with Aidar Dossymov); at the annual conference of the Aleksanteri Institute, Helsinki, Finland, October 24-26, 2018; and at the annual conference of the Association of Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies, Boston, Dec. 6-9, 2018.

Other activities:

  • Organizer of a policy workshop on “The European Union and Russia: Where Now?” at Carleton in January 2018 as a part of the Jean Monnet Chair in the EU’s Relations with Russian and the Eastern Neighbourhood. This was co-funded by the Erasmus Plus program of the European Union.
  • Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Network on EU Canada Relations, which partners with Technical University-Darmstadt, Technical University-Munich, University of Antwerp, and University of Latvia, co- funded by the Erasmus Plus program of the European Union. This Network grant supported two-month internships for four Carleton graduate students at partner institutions in Europe in summer 2018, as well as two international workshops (one in Ottawa on Clean Energy and Climate Change Policy in Canada and Europe, and the other in Antwerp, Belgium, on  CETA and Progressive Trade Agreements: What it Means for the EU and Canada).
  • She became a member of the BEAR (Between European and Russia) Jean Monnet Network housed at the University of Montreal/McGill University (funded by Erasmus Plus of the European Union, 2017-2020). For the BEAR network she was an invited discussant, Roundtable on “EU and Russia as Transnational Actors, McGill University, Feb. 2-3, 2018. I also was an invited lecturer at the BEAR Network Summer School, University of Montreal, June 18, 2018. The BEAR network also supported research visits for two Carleton graduate students to consult with other network members in Scotland and in Russia, and the participation of one EURUS graduate student in the BEAR Network Summer School.
  • She was elected a member of the Executive Board of the European Community Studies Association-Canada, at the biennial conference in May 2018.
  • She organized the participation of EURUS MA students in a simulation of negotiations between the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in April, 2018, supported by  Jean Monnet grant held by that university. Two EURUS MA student participated in person in the simulation in Russia, while a group of six MA students participated virtually from Ottawa.

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