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Di Garage – Online Seminar Series in Differentiated Integration


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Thursday 4 November, 14:00 GMT / 15:00 CET

The limits of support for differentiated integration as perceived by academic experts

Speakers – Sandra Kröger, University of Exeter and Thomas Loughran, University of Liverpool


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Sandra Kröger is Senior Lecturer at the University of Exeter. She is interested in topics related to democracy in the EU and European integration more broadly. Her most recent publications focus on interest group representation in the EU, national parliaments, differentiated integration, and Brexit. Contact Sandra

Thomas Loughran is Lecturer in Comparative Elections at the University of Liverpool.  He is primarily a quantitative researcher whose work focuses on European values, young people's political identities and voting age reform.

Our Research Network on Differentiated Integration in the European Union is delighted to present Di Garage – an online seminar series to support its mission of fostering exchange and collaboration between colleagues researching DI in the EU.

Launched in May 2021, this new venture comprises short presentations of ideas and work in progress, followed by a moderated discussion. It provides a stimulating and engaging space to try out new ideas and receive constructive feedback on evolving ideas and projects.

Join this event to:

  • Explore the latest thinking in the field
  • Connect with fellow colleagues working in the field
  • Share your insights and debate the topics presented

About the Standing Group

The Research Network on Differentiated Integration in the EU provides a collaborative network and infrastructure for junior and senior scholars working on different aspects of differentiated integration broadly conceived, including its empirical, legal and historical mapping, its normative theorising and broader reflection on what differentiated integration means for processes of European integration. The group is methodologically plural and welcomes scholars whatever their theoretical or methodological focus, also beyond the field of political science. Find out more.

How to join

The event is open to anyone interested in research on differentiated integration in the European Union, completely FREE! Registration is required but you'll only need to register once for the entire series. You’ll need a MyECPR account to register.

  1. Register for the Seminar Series
  2. All forthcoming seminars in the series will be automatically added to your Itinerary
  3. Your itinerary is available through My Events in My ECPR
  4. A link to join the session will appear in your itinerary 15-minutes before the start of the session
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