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Overview

Welcome from the Directors

Bryce Evans Lille Institute 
Dr Ioannis Panoussis

In the current global climate, the fostering of cross-border academic collaboration is important.

That is why a firm Anglo-French academic alliance is so unusual and significant.

In 2016 Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille decided to form a strategic alliance around teaching and research. Central to this alliance is the development of a European Institute. This body aims to provide a framework for cross-disciplinary research projects, publications, joint masters degrees and co-supervision of PhD students.

This website provides information on how the European Institute functions, what we are achieving together and what we will achieve in the future.

History teaches us that European cooperation is essential in achieving peace, growth and progress; it is in this spirit that the Institut Européen/European Institute operates and in this spirit that we as educators, students and citizens thrive.

Dr Bryce Evans and Dr Ioannis Panoussis

Directors of the Institut Européen/European Institute

 

Aims of the partnership

In June 2016 Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille signed a strategic roadmap detailing their plans for joint collaboration around research, teaching, and development of joint degree programmes to 2019 and beyond.  

The Roadmap for Strategic Alliance was signed by the two Rectors, Professor Gerald Pillay and Professor Pierre Giorgini in Lille. The two universities have already embarked on a student and staff exchange programme. 

Aims of the Institute 

  • Supporting bilateral staff collaboration (Erasmus exchange and research)
  • Fostering student exchange
  • Developing research collaboration
  • Promoting public engagement
  • Building towards joint degree programmes where appropriate

The investment in this partnership by both universities steps up strategic research collaboration and aims to have a significant impact in the UK, France and across Europe.

The Institute is embedded within eight academic projects involving a wide array of disciplines - English language and literature, business, law, environmental studies, politics and international relations, education, health sciences, psychology, theology and philosophy.

Fostering new, intellectually and culturally enriching learning opportunities for students is high on the agenda of both universities. It is hoped that studying abroad, gaining work experience and volunteering will be significantly enhanced by the new agreement.

People and Places

Organisational structure

The Institute is directed by Dr Bryce Evans (Liverpool Hope) and Dr Ioannis Panoussis (Lille).

There is a strategic committee composed of academics which meets biennially. 

There are a number of interdisciplinary working groups based around the following areas:

  • Future of Europe (law, politics, economics, sociology)
  • Enterprise and sustainability (business, marketing, economics)
  • Teaching innovation (Education)
  • Health care, society and policy (social work, policy studies, psychology)
  • Literature and popular culture (literature, media)
  • Hermeneutics (theology, philosophy)
  • Ecology and environment (geography, ecology)

 

Academic Committee Members 

Dr. Bryce Evans Co-director

Mrs. Ruth Rees Administrator

Professor Nick Rees Dean of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Wendy Bignold Associate Dean (International)

Ms. Shauna Anton Erasmus Coordinator

 

More about Lille

For more information about Lille, visit the Lonely Planet website.

For more information about l’Université Catholique de Lille, please visit their website.

 

More about Liverpool

For more information about Liverpool, visit the Lonely Planet website.

Events 2017

‌The Institute oversees and facilitates cooperation in the following areas:

  • Research collaboration
  • Teaching collaboration
  • Student exchanges
  • Joint Masters programmes

 

PhD scholarships programme

For more information about the PhD scholarships programmes, download the following PDFs:

Hope-Lille PhD Scholarships Information Leaflet

Hope-Lille PhD Scholarships Personal Statement Guidance Notes

 

Europe Day annual lecture

The Institute holds an annual distinguished lecture on Europe Day (on or around 9 May).

 

Annual conference

There is an annual themed conference featuring academics from both universities and other European institutions.

 

Upcoming Events

28 Feb to 3 March 2017
Liverpool Hope University students take a Erasmus taster trip to Lille

Guest Lecture Series 2017

 
8th March 2017 Patricia Connell delivers a lecture on the French Diaspora and Brexit
Monday 27th March 2017 Roundtable: 'Brexit and Local EU Nationals' 
The European Institute welcomes you to a discussion featuring a selection of the city's Honorary Consuls, followed by a reception.
 
Featuring 
Viorel Raducanescu, Consulate of Romania and President of the Consular Corps
Philip Daniel, Consulate of France
Carlos Sousa Amaro, Consul General Portugal
Date TBC Address by Christophe Premat - Deputy for French residents overseas
Date TBC  Address by Mark Durcan, MP (SDLP - Foyle) member of the UK Brexit Committee

Conferences 2017

 
8 May Europe Day  Keynote Lecture - Axelle Lemaire, French Minister of State for the Digital Sector and Innovation 

 

Inaugural distinguished Guest Lecture 2017 - Brexit and the French ‌Diaspora

 

For the inaugural distinguished guest lecture of its 2017 series, and to mark International Women's Day, the European Institute at Liverpool Hope University hosted Brexit and the French Diaspora, a reception followed by a talk by Mrs Patricia Connell, Déléguée Consulaire.
 
Mrs Connell addressed the phrase "Brexit means Brexit", asking what does it really mean? She went on to explain how Brexit is already affecting the 3.3 million Europeans living here and the 1.5 million British citizens living in the EU.

Patricia Connell, an elected consular delegate who represents the French community in the UK, addressed these questions as well as talking about her life and work in the UK. A centre-right candidate (UDI) in the French parliamentary elections in June this year, her career has been spent in marketing and communications, with senior roles in both global manufacturing groups and in pan-European agencies. She has been actively engaged in the promotion of French companies, products and charitable associations for the last 20 years and is also currently the CEO of an bi-lingual online magazine for Francophones and Francophiles. In response to the uncertainty created for the French community by the Brexit vote she has organised meetings across the UK and Ireland to offer practical help and assistance to her fellow French citizens.

The lecture was attended by staff, students and the public; before the address Mrs Connell was welcomed to Hope by Vice Chancellor and Rector Professor Gerald Pillay.

 

Liverpool Hope University Erasmus trip to l’Université Catholique de Lille 28th February – 3rd March 2017 

Click here to listen to LHU and L'UCL students discussing life at Liverpool Hope      

 

Erasmus exchange sees Professor Galina Paramei teach at l'Université Catholique de Lille

Psychology Professor Galina Paramei delivered a series of lectures during a recent Erasmus exchange trip to l'Université Catholique de Lille.

The exchange was arranged under the Teaching Mobility Scheme established between the Departments of Psychology at both institutions.

Professor Paramei delivered three lectures on the Bilingual Mind, Research Methods: Experimental Design in Psychological Studies and the Bilingual Mind and Brain.

She said: “The highlight of my teaching experience was the high attendance rate and the genuine interest and engagement of the students. In particular, my Research Methods lecture that took place between 8-10 am, was attended by almost all students of the first year – despite the early hour. Also, I was told that many of the students are not very proficient in English, but their attention during the two hours was exceptional.”

As well as delivering teaching sessions, Professor Paramei used the trip to familiarise herself with the Lille Psychology Department’s curriculum and explored the academic research specialisms for potential future collaborations.

Speaking about the partnership between Liverpool Hope and Lille, Professor Paramei said: “The Department in Lille has expertise in Work Psychology, which - in teaching - could complement/be included in our curriculum in Applied Psychology. In research, I could envisage a collaboration between Dr Schoenenberger, who predominantly pursues qualitative research, with a new member of Hope’s Psychology team Dr Kim Gordon.

“Another potentially promising link is in Clinical Neuropsychology, with Dr Bruno Lenne, a neuropsychologist who uses EEG, works in a neurological hospital, and whose research interests are in clinical studies, including multiple sclerosis and addiction.”

Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille recently signed a strategic roadmap detailing plans for collaboration around research, teaching, and development of joint degree programmes over the next three years and beyond.

Central to the strategic alliance is the development of a Pan–European Institute, which aims to provide a framework for cross-disciplinary research projects, publications, joint masters degrees and co-supervision of PhD students. 

 

Events Archive

  • ‘The Trump Presidency: Implications for Europe’ roundtable 5 December 2016
  • ‘European perspectives on Brexit’ roundtable 12 December 2016
  • 'Future of Europe workshop', Lille, 17 November 2016

Contact Us

Dr Bryce Evans
Senior Lecturer in History
Department of History and Politics
Liverpool Hope University
L16 9JD
+44 (0)151 2913585

evansb1@hope.ac.uk

Visit my blog

Follow me on Twitter

 

Academic Committee Contacts:

Mrs. Ruth Rees Administrator

Professor Nick Rees Dean of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Wendy Bignold Associate Dean (International)

Mrs. Shauna Anton Erasmus Coordinator                      

 

The Channel – working paper and blog series

The Institute welcomes blog articles and working papers for discussion on the website. To submit a piece email evansb1@hope.ac.uk

Working Papers

Click on the links below to access our working papers in French and English 

 

Theresa May annonce la lettre de l’article 50 sera envoyée 29 mars

Par Bill Jones, ancien professeur de politique et histoire, Liverpool Hope

Bill Jones on article 50

 



 

Les universitaires migrants et des résultats d’apprentissages professionnels : les perspectives des universitaires natifs

(Dr Namrata Rao, Université de Liverpool Hope, Dr Anesa Hosein et Professeur Ian Kinchin, Université de Surrey)  Cette étude est financée par SRHE.

 

Migrant Academics and Professional Learning Gains: Perspectives of the Native Academics

Dr Namrata Rao, along with Dr Anesa Hosein and Professor Ian Kinchin (University of Surrey) are working on this SRHE funded study.

 

Drs Namrata Rao, Anesa Hosein and Professor Ian Kinchin



Dr Zaki Nahaboo, The rights and wrongs of the High Court ruling on triggering Article 50, (16 January 2017). 

Des arguments pour et contre la décision de la Haute Cour sur le déclenchement de  « Article 50 »

 

Click here to view the full article: https://www.opendemocracy.net/zaki-nahaboo/rights-and-wrongs-of-high-court-ruling-on-triggering-article-50



 

Un américain en Europe : le colonialisme des États Unis dans The Talented Mr Ripley et Ripley’s Game

Dr Jacqui Miller, l’Université de Liverpool Hope.

 

An American in Europe: US colonialism in The Talented Mr Ripley and Ripley’s Game

Dr Jacqui Miller, Liverpool Hope University.

Jacqui Miller on American Colonialism: the Talented Mr Ripley and Ripley's Game



« Pourquoi pas un cow-boy à Hambourg ? : Le nouveau cinéma allemand et la frontière culturelle germano-américaine »

Jacqui Miller, l’Université de Liverpool Hope, Royaume-Uni.

 

‘What’s wrong with a cowboy in Hamburg?’: New German Cinema and the German-American cultural frontier

Jacqui Miller, Liverpool Hope University, UK.

J. Miller New German Cinema and the German-American cultural frontier



Immigrant academics in the pedagogic ‘foreign-land’: Factors influencing their pedagogic acculturation

 

Dr Namrata Rao along with Dr Anesa Hosein  (University of Surrey) are working on this SEDA funded study

 

Universitaires immigrants au « pays étranger pédagogique » - des facteurs qui influencent leur acculturation pédagogique

 

Dr Namrato Rao, Université de Liverpool Hope, Dr Anesa Hosein, Université de Surrey

Dr Namrata Rao Dr Anesa Hoesin Immigrant academics in the pedagogic foreign-land

Overview

Welcome from the Directors

Bryce Evans Lille Institute 
Dr Ioannis Panoussis

In the current global climate, the fostering of cross-border academic collaboration is important.

That is why a firm Anglo-French academic alliance is so unusual and significant.

In 2016 Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille decided to form a strategic alliance around teaching and research. Central to this alliance is the development of a European Institute. This body aims to provide a framework for cross-disciplinary research projects, publications, joint masters degrees and co-supervision of PhD students.

This website provides information on how the European Institute functions, what we are achieving together and what we will achieve in the future.

History teaches us that European cooperation is essential in achieving peace, growth and progress; it is in this spirit that the Institut Européen/European Institute operates and in this spirit that we as educators, students and citizens thrive.

Dr Bryce Evans and Dr Ioannis Panoussis

Directors of the Institut Européen/European Institute

 

Aims of the partnership

In June 2016 Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille signed a strategic roadmap detailing their plans for joint collaboration around research, teaching, and development of joint degree programmes to 2019 and beyond.  

The Roadmap for Strategic Alliance was signed by the two Rectors, Professor Gerald Pillay and Professor Pierre Giorgini in Lille. The two universities have already embarked on a student and staff exchange programme. 

Aims of the Institute 

  • Supporting bilateral staff collaboration (Erasmus exchange and research)
  • Fostering student exchange
  • Developing research collaboration
  • Promoting public engagement
  • Building towards joint degree programmes where appropriate

The investment in this partnership by both universities steps up strategic research collaboration and aims to have a significant impact in the UK, France and across Europe.

The Institute is embedded within eight academic projects involving a wide array of disciplines - English language and literature, business, law, environmental studies, politics and international relations, education, health sciences, psychology, theology and philosophy.

Fostering new, intellectually and culturally enriching learning opportunities for students is high on the agenda of both universities. It is hoped that studying abroad, gaining work experience and volunteering will be significantly enhanced by the new agreement.

People and Places

Organisational structure

The Institute is directed by Dr Bryce Evans (Liverpool Hope) and Dr Ioannis Panoussis (Lille).

There is a strategic committee composed of academics which meets biennially. 

There are a number of interdisciplinary working groups based around the following areas:

  • Future of Europe (law, politics, economics, sociology)
  • Enterprise and sustainability (business, marketing, economics)
  • Teaching innovation (Education)
  • Health care, society and policy (social work, policy studies, psychology)
  • Literature and popular culture (literature, media)
  • Hermeneutics (theology, philosophy)
  • Ecology and environment (geography, ecology)

 

Academic Committee Members 

Dr. Bryce Evans Co-director

Mrs. Ruth Rees Administrator

Professor Nick Rees Dean of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Wendy Bignold Associate Dean (International)

Ms. Shauna Anton Erasmus Coordinator

 

More about Lille

For more information about Lille, visit the Lonely Planet website.

For more information about l’Université Catholique de Lille, please visit their website.

 

More about Liverpool

For more information about Liverpool, visit the Lonely Planet website.

Events 2017

‌The Institute oversees and facilitates cooperation in the following areas:

  • Research collaboration
  • Teaching collaboration
  • Student exchanges
  • Joint Masters programmes

 

PhD scholarships programme

For more information about the PhD scholarships programmes, download the following PDFs:

Hope-Lille PhD Scholarships Information Leaflet

Hope-Lille PhD Scholarships Personal Statement Guidance Notes

 

Europe Day annual lecture

The Institute holds an annual distinguished lecture on Europe Day (on or around 9 May).

 

Annual conference

There is an annual themed conference featuring academics from both universities and other European institutions.

 

Upcoming Events

28 Feb to 3 March 2017
Liverpool Hope University students take a Erasmus taster trip to Lille

Guest Lecture Series 2017

 
8th March 2017 Patricia Connell delivers a lecture on the French Diaspora and Brexit
Monday 27th March 2017 Roundtable: 'Brexit and Local EU Nationals' 
The European Institute welcomes you to a discussion featuring a selection of the city's Honorary Consuls, followed by a reception.
 
Featuring 
Viorel Raducanescu, Consulate of Romania and President of the Consular Corps
Philip Daniel, Consulate of France
Carlos Sousa Amaro, Consul General Portugal
Date TBC Address by Christophe Premat - Deputy for French residents overseas
Date TBC  Address by Mark Durcan, MP (SDLP - Foyle) member of the UK Brexit Committee

Conferences 2017

 
8 May Europe Day  Keynote Lecture - Axelle Lemaire, French Minister of State for the Digital Sector and Innovation 

 

Inaugural distinguished Guest Lecture 2017 - Brexit and the French ‌Diaspora

 

For the inaugural distinguished guest lecture of its 2017 series, and to mark International Women's Day, the European Institute at Liverpool Hope University hosted Brexit and the French Diaspora, a reception followed by a talk by Mrs Patricia Connell, Déléguée Consulaire.
 
Mrs Connell addressed the phrase "Brexit means Brexit", asking what does it really mean? She went on to explain how Brexit is already affecting the 3.3 million Europeans living here and the 1.5 million British citizens living in the EU.

Patricia Connell, an elected consular delegate who represents the French community in the UK, addressed these questions as well as talking about her life and work in the UK. A centre-right candidate (UDI) in the French parliamentary elections in June this year, her career has been spent in marketing and communications, with senior roles in both global manufacturing groups and in pan-European agencies. She has been actively engaged in the promotion of French companies, products and charitable associations for the last 20 years and is also currently the CEO of an bi-lingual online magazine for Francophones and Francophiles. In response to the uncertainty created for the French community by the Brexit vote she has organised meetings across the UK and Ireland to offer practical help and assistance to her fellow French citizens.

The lecture was attended by staff, students and the public; before the address Mrs Connell was welcomed to Hope by Vice Chancellor and Rector Professor Gerald Pillay.

 

Liverpool Hope University Erasmus trip to l’Université Catholique de Lille 28th February – 3rd March 2017 

Click here to listen to LHU and L'UCL students discussing life at Liverpool Hope      

 

Erasmus exchange sees Professor Galina Paramei teach at l'Université Catholique de Lille

Psychology Professor Galina Paramei delivered a series of lectures during a recent Erasmus exchange trip to l'Université Catholique de Lille.

The exchange was arranged under the Teaching Mobility Scheme established between the Departments of Psychology at both institutions.

Professor Paramei delivered three lectures on the Bilingual Mind, Research Methods: Experimental Design in Psychological Studies and the Bilingual Mind and Brain.

She said: “The highlight of my teaching experience was the high attendance rate and the genuine interest and engagement of the students. In particular, my Research Methods lecture that took place between 8-10 am, was attended by almost all students of the first year – despite the early hour. Also, I was told that many of the students are not very proficient in English, but their attention during the two hours was exceptional.”

As well as delivering teaching sessions, Professor Paramei used the trip to familiarise herself with the Lille Psychology Department’s curriculum and explored the academic research specialisms for potential future collaborations.

Speaking about the partnership between Liverpool Hope and Lille, Professor Paramei said: “The Department in Lille has expertise in Work Psychology, which - in teaching - could complement/be included in our curriculum in Applied Psychology. In research, I could envisage a collaboration between Dr Schoenenberger, who predominantly pursues qualitative research, with a new member of Hope’s Psychology team Dr Kim Gordon.

“Another potentially promising link is in Clinical Neuropsychology, with Dr Bruno Lenne, a neuropsychologist who uses EEG, works in a neurological hospital, and whose research interests are in clinical studies, including multiple sclerosis and addiction.”

Liverpool Hope University and l’Université Catholique de Lille recently signed a strategic roadmap detailing plans for collaboration around research, teaching, and development of joint degree programmes over the next three years and beyond.

Central to the strategic alliance is the development of a Pan–European Institute, which aims to provide a framework for cross-disciplinary research projects, publications, joint masters degrees and co-supervision of PhD students. 

 

Events Archive

  • ‘The Trump Presidency: Implications for Europe’ roundtable 5 December 2016
  • ‘European perspectives on Brexit’ roundtable 12 December 2016
  • 'Future of Europe workshop', Lille, 17 November 2016

Contact Us

Dr Bryce Evans
Senior Lecturer in History
Department of History and Politics
Liverpool Hope University
L16 9JD
+44 (0)151 2913585

evansb1@hope.ac.uk

Visit my blog

Follow me on Twitter

 

Academic Committee Contacts:

Mrs. Ruth Rees Administrator

Professor Nick Rees Dean of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Wendy Bignold Associate Dean (International)

Mrs. Shauna Anton Erasmus Coordinator                      

 

The Channel – working paper and blog series

The Institute welcomes blog articles and working papers for discussion on the website. To submit a piece email evansb1@hope.ac.uk

Working Papers

Click on the links below to access our working papers in French and English 

 

Theresa May annonce la lettre de l’article 50 sera envoyée 29 mars

Par Bill Jones, ancien professeur de politique et histoire, Liverpool Hope

Bill Jones on article 50

 



 

Les universitaires migrants et des résultats d’apprentissages professionnels : les perspectives des universitaires natifs

(Dr Namrata Rao, Université de Liverpool Hope, Dr Anesa Hosein et Professeur Ian Kinchin, Université de Surrey)  Cette étude est financée par SRHE.

 

Migrant Academics and Professional Learning Gains: Perspectives of the Native Academics

Dr Namrata Rao, along with Dr Anesa Hosein and Professor Ian Kinchin (University of Surrey) are working on this SRHE funded study.

 

Drs Namrata Rao, Anesa Hosein and Professor Ian Kinchin



Dr Zaki Nahaboo, The rights and wrongs of the High Court ruling on triggering Article 50, (16 January 2017). 

Des arguments pour et contre la décision de la Haute Cour sur le déclenchement de  « Article 50 »

 

Click here to view the full article: https://www.opendemocracy.net/zaki-nahaboo/rights-and-wrongs-of-high-court-ruling-on-triggering-article-50



 

Un américain en Europe : le colonialisme des États Unis dans The Talented Mr Ripley et Ripley’s Game

Dr Jacqui Miller, l’Université de Liverpool Hope.

 

An American in Europe: US colonialism in The Talented Mr Ripley and Ripley’s Game

Dr Jacqui Miller, Liverpool Hope University.

Jacqui Miller on American Colonialism: the Talented Mr Ripley and Ripley's Game



« Pourquoi pas un cow-boy à Hambourg ? : Le nouveau cinéma allemand et la frontière culturelle germano-américaine »

Jacqui Miller, l’Université de Liverpool Hope, Royaume-Uni.

 

‘What’s wrong with a cowboy in Hamburg?’: New German Cinema and the German-American cultural frontier

Jacqui Miller, Liverpool Hope University, UK.

J. Miller New German Cinema and the German-American cultural frontier



Immigrant academics in the pedagogic ‘foreign-land’: Factors influencing their pedagogic acculturation

 

Dr Namrata Rao along with Dr Anesa Hosein  (University of Surrey) are working on this SEDA funded study

 

Universitaires immigrants au « pays étranger pédagogique » - des facteurs qui influencent leur acculturation pédagogique

 

Dr Namrato Rao, Université de Liverpool Hope, Dr Anesa Hosein, Université de Surrey

Dr Namrata Rao Dr Anesa Hoesin Immigrant academics in the pedagogic foreign-land