This year's EUSA Conference will be in Boston from March 5-7, 2015 (more details here). Among the focus topics in the Call for Papers and Proposals is "Theorizing and Teaching the EU." Network members Peter Lindseth (UConn) and Daniela Caruso (BU) would like to organize a roundtable of other network members and interested scholars on "The Challenge of Teaching EU Law in a US Law School." As a point of entry into the discussion, the organizers suggest Daniela's 2011 article in the Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law, entitled "European Union Law in US Legal Academia."
With apologies for the lateness of this request, Peter and Daniela would like to receive abstracts from interested participants no latter than Monday, September 22. This will allow them to select the roundtable and finalize the proposal by EUSA's submission deadline on October 3. People interested in participating should send their proposed abstracts to both email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.