Monika Brusenbauch Meislová's Productive March: Attends Two Conferences and Publishes Chapter in "Handbook on the European Union and Brexit"
On 15 March 2023 Monika Brusenbauch Meislová took part in an online conference titled “Brexit Britain - A divided nation?” . The event was organised by the University of Exeter and its main aim was to present novel research on Brexit as well as to discuss Brexit from a domestic and a European perspective with leading scholars and public figures. Monika was one of the speakers who were invited to a panel discussion on the European perspectives of Brexit.
Monika Brusenbauch Meislová has published a chapter in a new book by Edward Elgar Publishing. The book is titled “Handbook on the European Union and Brexit” and was edited by Professors John Erik Fossum a Christopher Lord. The Handbook explores the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU for the EU itself, single countries within and beyond Europe, and the international system, as well as different social groups, generations, and territories within the UK. Together with Andrew Glencross, Monika has contributed with a chapter on the implications of Brexit for the British political parties. The link to the book is here .
Between 15 and 18 March 2023 Monika Brusenbauch Meislová participated in the 64th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA) which took part in Montreal, Canada. ISA was founded in 1959 and is one of the oldest interdisciplinary associations dedicated to understanding international affairs. Currently, it is the world’s most prominent scholarly association in the area of International Relations. Among other things, Monika presented here her research on discursive practices of Othering titled “The EU (still) as the British non-liked “Other”: Discursive practices of Othering in the UK government’s post-Brexit Global Britain rhetoric”.