The EASR supports six e-lists forming a network of discussion groups for various language regions. The main reason for having more than one e-list is to avoid domination by any one language. Within the various language regions it may be possible to discuss different issues in different ways. This contributes to the cultural richness of Europe. At the same time dual memberships will contribute to the network effect.
The EASR facilitates their interaction and functions as list owner but does not assume responsibility for their contents. Subscription requests for e-lists need to be confirmed by the list owner (i.e., the EASR internet officer) in order to protect the list and its members from misuse. E-mails by subscribers are not filtered (“pre-moderated”) and are automatically forwarded to all subscribers. The EASR has adopted a code of conduct for its e-lists during the EASR conference in Cork 2022.
Membership of the EASR (though recommended) is not a requirement for participation in any of the lists mentioned here. Participation by persons not resident in Europe, but who share the academic interests and linguistic orientation of the list is also welcome.
To subscribe to one or more EASR e-lists click on the e-list name to find detailed instructions.