In 2017 UACES celebrated its 50th anniversary. As part of the commemorative activities UACES commissioned a number of recorded conversations with key actors in UACES’s history as well as those who continue to play a role in its present. In this special section of JCER, the recordings are featured alongside a full transcript. In their preface, David, Drake and Linnemann introduce the special section and consider what UACES’s past can tell us about the future of European Studies and academia more generally.
European Studies, interview, history, video, academia, higher education, Economics, Law, Political Science, International Relations, REF, Interdisciplinarity
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.Material published in the JCER is done so under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence, with copyright remaining with the author.
- Articles published online in the JCER cannot be published in another journal without explicit approval of the JCER editor.
- Authors can 'self-archive' their articles in digital form on their personal homepages, funder repositories or their institutions' archives provided that they link back to the original source on the JCER website. Authors can archive pre-print, post-print or the publisher's version of their work.
- Authors agree that submitted articles to the JCER will be submitted to various abstracting, indexing and archiving services as selected by the JCER.