> The Center for European Studies (CES) at the University of Florida is

> soliciting proposals for its Graduate Student Brownbag Series.

> Graduate students in any discipline, whose research focuses on Europe

> (broadly defined), are encouraged to submit proposals. Students whose

> proposals are selected will be invited to present their research at

> the weekly brownbag series. Proposals should consist of a short (150

> words) description of the research project and its relevance to

> European studies, and should be sent by e-mail to Petia Kostadinova

> ([log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>) or in hard copy to:


> CES Speakers Committee

> Re: Graduate Student Brownbag Series

> 3324 Turlington Hall

> P.O. Box 117342

> Gainesville, FL 32611-7342


> There is no deadline for submissions and proposals will be reviewed on

> a regular basis. In Fall 2008, the brownbag series will meet on

> Thursdays during 5^th period in TUR 3312. The CES provides finger

> food, chips and sodas, and attendees are encouraged to bring brownbag

> lunches. The CES will also award one $500 annual award for the best

> graduate brownbag paper. In order to be considered for the award,

> students whose proposals are selected for the series will be asked to

> also submit a research paper (on the topic of their brownbag

> presentation). A hard copy of the paper will be due on the day of the

> presentation at the above address.




Petia Kostadinova

Asst. Director, Center for European Studies Assistant Professor, Political Science

3324 Turlington Hall, PO Box 117342

University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida, 32611-7342


Ph. (352) 392 8902 ext 207

Fax (352) 392 8966