ARENA cooperates in a new Erasmus+ network

ARENA is part of a successful application to the Jean Monnet Programme. The ANTERO Jean Monnet Network aims to strenghten the interaction between research in the field of EU foreign policy and provide innovative, research-led teaching.

The EU-funded ANTERO Jean Monnet Network will soon be launched. 

ANTERO stands for Addressing the Needs on Teaching, Education and Research in EU Foreign Policy. It is an Erasmus+ network which is to be led by Prof. Ben Tonra from University College Dublin for a period of three years.

The goal of ANTERO is to strengthen the interaction between research in the field of EU foreign policy and the translation of that research through innovative, research-led teaching. This will include the production of specific open access research material and teaching outputs which can be easily accessed and integrated to the teaching of undergraduate and graduate students worldwide and which will contribute to the professional development of early-career academics and a strengthening of EU studies in this field.

The ARENA team will be headed by Prof. Helene Sjursen with participation by Dr. Mai'a K. Davis Cross, Dr. Guri Rosén, Dr. Marianne Riddervold, Tine E. J. Brøgger, Johanne D. Saltnes and Johanna Strikwerda.

In addition to ARENA, the partner institutions include the University of Maastricht (Dr. Karollina Pomorska), LSE (Dr. Federica Bicchi), University of Leuven (KU Leuven) (Prof. Stephan Keukeleire), Kent University (Prof. Richard Whitman), University of Tampere (Prof. Hanna Ojanen) and the University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES) (Luke Foster).

Published Jan. 7, 2015 9:46 PM - Last modified Feb. 13, 2015 3:02 PM