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January

Thursday, January 29 | A Case Named Freud: A German and Israeli Stage Production at Boston University’s Center for the Study of Europe [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

February

Tuesday, February 3 | The Global Environmental Crisis: Is There a Place for an Individual Response? A lunch discussion with Katia Vladimirova [Event Announcement] [WBUR Program 3/8/15] [WBUR Program 7/5/15]

Thursday, February 5 | The State of France: A Roundtable Discussion with Phillipe Aghion, Jean Schere, and Vivien Schmidt (Sponsored by the Department of Political Science; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Friday, February 6 | Global Fridays Film Screening: The Real Dirt on Farmer John (Taggart Siegel, 2006, 82 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, February 17 | What Does the Greek Crisis Mean for Europe’s Economy and Democracy? – A Panel Discussion with Prof. Cornel Ban & Greek Consul General Iphigenia Kanara [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, February 19 | The Ukraine Crisis: Implications for US and European Foreign Policy – A Panel Discussion with Pawel Karolewski and Nina Khrushcheva [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [WBUR Program 3/1/15]

Friday, February 20 | Global Fridays Film Screening: We Feed the World (Erwin Wagenhofer, 2005, 96 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, February 20 | European/Muslim Studies Lunch Talk: Finding Sense in the Senseless – Diaries of the Leningrad Blockade, 1941-1944 (Sponsored by Muslim Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Friday, February 27 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Our Daily Bread (Nikolaus Geyrhalter, 2006, 92 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

March

Tuesday, March 3 | Is the Euro Area Heading back into Crisis? A Lecture by Erik Jones [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, March 18 | Spanish Abroad Programs Info Session [Event Announcement]

Thursday, March 19 | Dissidence in Turkey: Elections and the Struggle for Political Legitimacy – A Lecture by Sinan Ciddi (Sponsored by Muslim Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, March 20 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Pig Business (Tracy Louise Ward, 2009, 76 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, March 25 | Stratifying Europe: How Regional Integration Restructured the Welfare State and Reversed the Egalitarian Turn – A Lecture by Jason Beckfield [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, March 27 | Global Fridays Film Screening: King Corn (Aaron Woolf, 2007, 88 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

April

Thursday, April 2 | European Studies Lunch Talk: From the “English Malady” to “Americanitis”: Mental Disease and Suicide from the 16th Century to the Present – A lunch talk by Liah Greenfeld [Event Announcement]

Monday, April 6 | On the History and Memory of the Holocaust: A Discussion with Dienke Hondius and Jan Erik Dubbelman from the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, April 8 | Putin’s Kleptocracy: Who Owns Russia? A Lecture by Karen Dawisha [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, April 9 | European Security Integration: The Role of a Military Epistemic Community – A lunch discussion Mai’a K. David Cross (Sponsored by the Pardee School of Global Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Friday, April 10 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Bananas! (Fredrik Gertten, 2009, 87 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Monday, April 13 | Involuntary Revelations: Reading Historical Evidence Against the Grain by Carlo Ginzburg (2014-15 Lectures in Criticism; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, April 14 | Seminar with Carlo Ginzburg for faculty and graduate students (2014-15 Lectures in Criticism; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, April 15 | Violence, Littérature et Politique: A roundtable discussion with French writer Patrick Autréaux, Professor Virginie Greene, and Professor Jeffrey Mehlman (Sponsored by the Department of Romance Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, April 16 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Tim Parks [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, April 17 | Global Fridays Film Screening: The Dark Side of Chocolate (Miki Misrati & U. Roberto Romano, 2010, 46 min.) and Delicious Peace (Kurt Fissel, 2010, 40 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, April 23 | Revolutionary Voices: Victory over the Sun [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, April 24 | The Politics of Arms Exports Controls – A lunch discussion with Jennifer Erickson (Sponsored by the Pardee School of Global Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, April 24 | Global Fridays Film Screening: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (Faith Morgan, 2006, 53 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, April 29 | Culture Thought and the Portuguese Language: A Reading and Conversation with Gonçalo M. Tavares [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, April 30 | Irish Voices: Reading with Sinéad Morrissey, poet laureate of Belfast, winner T.S. Eliot Prize for Poetry (Sponsored by the Poetry Reading Series; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [WBUR Program 5/24/15]

May

Friday, May 1 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Raising Resistance (David Bernet & Bettina Borgfeld, 2011, 85 min.) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, May 12 | All Right on the Night? The British Election Results – A Lunch Discussion with Graham Wilson and Erik Goldstein [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, May 20 | Germany and Russia 25 Years After German Unification: From “Strategic Partnership” to Containment? – A lunch talk by Hannes Adomeit [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, May 26 | Think Poland: Reception and Networking Event (Sponsored by the Polish Ministry of Science and Education and hosted by the Center for the Study of Europe)

August

Thursday, August 6 | Food and Political Science: A Mutually Enlightening Relationship [Event Announcement]

September

Thursday, September 17 | Division of Regional and Thematic Studies Fall Welcome Reception [Event Announcement]

Monday, September 21 | Three Cheers for Comparative Regionalism: A Presentation by Tanja Boerzel and Thomas Risse [Event Announcement]

Monday, September 21 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Swiss author Christian Kracht [Event Announcement

Tuesday, September 22 | Leading from the Left with Thomas Geisel, Mayor of Düsseldorf, Germany [Event Announcement

Wednesday, September 23 | A Reading and Conversation with Congolese Writer Fiston Mwanza Mujila [Event Announcement

October

Friday, October 2 | The Paradox of German Power and the Future of Transatlantic Relations [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, October 6 | Saving Europe: A Lecture by Carlo Bastasin [Event Announcement

Wednesday, October 7 | Ask Me More About Brecht: A Theatrical Reconstruction of Conversations Between Hanns Eisler and Hans Bunge [Event Announcement

Thursday, October 8 | Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Moving Towards Transatlantic Economic Integration [Event Announcement

Tuesday, October 13 | European Studies Lunch Talk: How Germany Unified and the EU Enlarged: Negotiating the Accession [Event Announcement]

Thursday, October 29 | European Studies Lunch Talk: Brodsky in Italy [Event Announcement

Thursday, October 29 | The Crime and the Silence with Anna Bikont and Irena Grudzinska Gross [Event Announcement

November

Monday, November 2 | Frontiers of Fear with Ariane Chebel D’Appollonia and Thomas Volk [Event Announcement

Saturday, November 7 | Romanticism in the Atlantic World [Event Announcement

Monday, November 16 | The Moral Case for Saving the Planet: Regional Perspectives [Event Announcement

Wednesday, November 18 | European Studies Lunch Talk: The Impact of a Brexit on the UK, Ireland, and Europe? [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, November 18 | Russian Voices: Poetry in an Age of Totalitarianism [Event Announcement

December

Thursday, December 3 | Abortion, Austerity, CatSalut, & Crisis: Women’s Experiences of Navigating the Catalan Health System to Access Care [Event Announcement

January

Tuesday, January 21 | European Studies + Study Abroad Info Sessions [Event Announcement]

Monday, January 27 | Innocence and Dictatorship – A Presentation by Hungarian writer Peter Zilahy [Event Announcement]

February

Tuesday, February 11 | Unattended Madness and the Remarkable Beginnings of Psychiatry in Germany: A lunch talk by Liah Greenfeld [Event Announcement]

Thursday, February 20 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with British Poet Alice Oswald [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 3/16/14] [WBUR Program 5/25/14]

Monday, February 24 | Discourse Analysis – A Graduate Workshop with Ruth Wodak

Monday, February 24 | The Politics of Fear: Analysing Right-wing Populist Rhetoric – A Presentation by Ruth Wodak [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, February 25 | Profiting Without Producing: How Finance Exploits Us All – A Lecture by Costas Lapavitsas [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 3/30/14] [WBUR Program 8/17/14]

Friday, February 28 | The Passage to Europe – A Lunch Talk by Luuk Van Middelaar [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Friday, February 28 | “Europe 2014 Re-Generation” Pre-Conference Dinner at the home of Vivien Schmidt [Highlights]

March

Monday, March 3 – Tuesday, March 4 | 5th Transatlantic Dialogue on Gender Issues: Woman Up! for a New Progressive Agenda [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Monday, March 17 | Climate Wars: What People Will Be Killed For in the 21st Century – A Lecture by Herald Welzer [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 5/11/14] [WBUR Program 9/21/14]

Wednesday, March 19 | The EU Inside Out: A Panel Discussion with Ramón Gil-Casares Satrústegui, Ambassador of Spain to the United States, and Ryszard Schnepf, Ambassador of Poland to the United States [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video]

Tuesday, March 25 | Building Transatlantic Italy: Architectural Dialogues with Postwar America – A Lunch Talk by Paolo Scrivano [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, March 26 | Divergence and Consensus in Transatlantic Security: A Perspective from the EU – A Lunch Talk by Anne Marie Le Gloannec [Event Announcement]

April

Thursday, April 3 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with German Author Jenny Erpenbeck [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video]

Tuesday, April 8 | The EU Inside Out: A Lecture on the Future of Europe by Bruno Maçães, State Secretary for European Affairs, Portugal [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video]

Wednesday, April 9 | Neoliberal Political Economy, Subjectivity, and Resilience: A Panel Discussion with Peter Hall, Michele Lamont, Vivien Schmidt and Mark Thatcher [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Tuesday, April 15 | Writing Between Languages and Cultures: A Reading and Conversation with Yoko Tawada [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Thursday, April 16 | Informal Governance in the European Union How Governments Make International Organizations Work – A Presentation by Mareike Kleine [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, April 22 | European Armaments, Dependence, and Austerity: the case of Greece and European arms contracts – A lunch talk by Kaija Schilde [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, April 23 | Globalization and Latin American Literature – A Graduate Workshop with Gustavo Guerrero and Andrés Neuman [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, April 24 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Spanish Author Andrés Neuman [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video]

Tuesday, April 29 | Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation in Science and Innovation in the Context of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (Sponsored by the Greek Consulate Boston; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

May

Saturday, May 10 | European Voices Festival: European Voices in Translation with James Wood, László Krasznahorkai, George Szirtes, Semezdin Mehmedinovic, Ammiel Alcalay, Stacey Knecht and more [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

September

Tuesday, September 9 |  Film Screening: Jack Strong (Wladyslaw Pasikowski, 2014) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Friday, September 12 |  Global Fridays Film Screening: Carmel (2010) by Amos Gitai [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, September 16 | European Studies Lunch Talk: Musical Narratives in the Expulsion of the Germans from the Bohemian Lands [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, September 16 | Film Screening: Kanal (Andrzej Wajda, 1956) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Friday, September 19 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Cup Final (1991) by Eran Riklis [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Monday, September 22 | The Break Up of Britain? [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Tuesday, September 23 |  Germany and Israel: 50 Years after the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations – A lecture by German Consul General Rolf Schuette (Sponsored by the Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Highlights]

Tuesday, September 23 | Film Screening and Discussion: Honor of the City – The Story of the Warsaw Rising (Eugene Starky, 2013) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights]

Monday, September 29 | The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research Workshop [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Monday, September 29 |  Social Resistance in Times of Austerity: A Panel Discussion with Kostis Kornetis and Alex Khasnabish [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights] [WBUR Program 10/19/14] [WBUR Program 11/30/14] [WBUR Program 2/22/15] [WBUR Program 6/28/15]

October

Wednesday, October 1 | The Putin Doctrine: A Danger to Global Security? A lunch discussion with Ruprecht Polenz [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Monday, October 6 | The Future of Europe and the EU: A Pardee School Inaugural Lecture with Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Former President of Latvia (1999-2007) (Sponsored by the Pardee School of Global Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Wednesday, October 8 | Global Music Lunchtime Concert: Boban Markovic Orchestra (Sponsored by the College of Fine Arts; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Thursday, October 9 | Radical Atlantic Aesthetics: The Black Dandy and the Performance of Freedom: A Lecture by Elizabeth Maddock Dillon (Sponsored by the Department of English; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Thursday, October 9 | Bulgarian Voices: Love, Light and Rituals [Event Announcement] [Event Highlights]

Tuesday, October 14 |  European Studies Lunch Talk: Different Trains but Not “Er” [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, October 15 | Slavic Voices: An Evening of Poetry and Music with Sylva Fischerova, Dzvinia Orlowsky, and Vera Pavlova [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Friday, October 17 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Miral (2011) by Julian Schnabel [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, October 17 | Boston/Moscow: Culture Knows No Borders, Needs No Visas (Sponsored by the Educational Bridge Project and hosted by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, October 21 | An Evening of German and Russian Music and Literature featuring the Rimsky-Korsaov String Quartet (Sponsored by the Educational Bridge Project and hosted by the Center for the Study of Europe and the Goethe-Institut Boston) [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, October 22 | A Musical Celebration of the life of artist Yakov Vinkovetsky (Sponsored by the Educational Bridge Project and hosted by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Friday, October 24 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Salt of This Sea (2008) by Annemarie Jacir [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

November

Monday, November 3 | European Studies Lunch Talk: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning for the Stability Rules [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, November 4 | Film Screening: General Nil (Ryszard Bugajski, 2009, 120 min.) [Event Announcement]

Thursday, November 6 | European Studies Lunch Talk: German Unification: Myth vs. Reality [Event Announcement] [Event Highlights]

Thursday, November 6 | Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall | Lost in Unification: Post-Cold War Europe East and West [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights] [WBUR Program 11/16/14] [WBUR Program 1/11/15] [WBUR Program 5/31/15]

Friday, November 7 | Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall | Jump the Wall High Ollie Contest [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Friday, November 7 | Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall | “This Ain’t California” Film Screening + Director Talk [Event Announcement][Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Thursday, November 13 | Reforming Britain’s Constitution After the Scottish Referendum: Are Cities the Answer? (Sponsored by the Boston University Initiative on Cities; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Thursday, November 13 | European Studies Lunch Talk: Fundamental Rights in the EU: General Principles, the Charter, and the European Convention on Human Rights [Event Announcement]

Friday, November 14 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Paradise Now (2005) by Hany Abu-Assad [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Tuesday, November 18 | Memories of Slavery and French Public Discourse: A Lecture by Françoise Vergès (Sponsored by the Department of Romance Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Wednesday, November 19 | The Mother: A Cantata for Ferguson – Based on Bertolt Brecht and Hanns Eisler’s “The Mother” [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Friday, November 21 | Global Fridays Film Screening: Ajami (2009) by Scandar Copti & Yaron Shani [Event Announcement][Event Flyer]

Friday, November 21 | Faces from Eastern Europe – 13 Short Films from 13 Countries in the European Union [Event Announcement] [Event Highlights]

Saturday, November 22 | Faces from Eastern Europe – 13 Short Films from 13 Countries in the European Union [Event Announcement] [Event Highlights]

Tuesday, November 25 | Film Screening: Black Thursday (Czarny czwartek, Antoni Krauze, 2011) [Event Announcement]

December

Wednesday, December 3 | Blues Singer Kaz Hawkins at Bill’s Bar [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Friday, December 5 |  Global Fridays Film Screening: The Attack (2012) by Ziad Doueiri [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer]

Monday, December 8 | Czech Film Screenings: The Heart Above the Castle & Joseph Killian [Event Announcement]

Thursday, December 11 | Remembering the Great War (1914-1918): A Centenary Symposium [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

Thursday, December 11 | The Music of War: Concert by Vocal Chamber Ensemble Gamut [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Event Highlights]

January

Friday, January 11 | How the Euro Crisis Has Been Viewed by Americans: A Talk by Vivien Schmidt for a visiting delegation of Irish political leaders and colleagues from Boston College’s Irish Institute

February

Thursday, February 14–Friday, February 15 | International Workshop: Financial Stability and Energy Security in the Americas and Europe: The Role of Transnational Policy Networks [Highlights]

Thursday, February 21 | “Changing Welfare States” with Anton Hemerijck [Highlights]

Thursday, February 28 | Irish Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Colm Toibin [Highlights] [Video]

Thursday, February 28–Friday, March 1 | Voice and Voicelessness in Medieval Europe and Beyond: An Interdisciplinary Conference in Medieval Studies (organized by Irit Kleiman, Romance Studies, and sponsored by the Center for Humanities; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

March

Friday, March 1 | “Europe 2.0: Taking the Next Step” Pre-Conference Dinner at the home of Vivien Schmidt [Highlights]

Tuesday, March 5 | The EU Inside Out: A Panel Discussion with João Vale de Almeida, EU Ambassador to the US, and Michael Collins, Irish Ambassador to the US [Highlights]

Tuesday, March 19 | The EU Inside Out: A Panel Discussion with Žygimantas Pavilionis, Ambassador of Lithuania to the US, and Olexander Motsyk, Ambassador of Ukraine to the US [Highlights] [Video]

Wednesday, March 27 | Happiness at Work with Denmark’s Chief Happiness Officer Alexander Kjerulf [Highlights] [Video]

Thursday, March 28 | “The Economics of the Eurozone Crisis” with Stefan Collignon [Highlights]

April

Monday, April 1 | Film Screening and Director Talk: SNOVI with Reshad Kulenovic [Highlights]

Monday, April 1 | Graduate Student “Meet and Greet”

Monday, April 8 | Irish Voices: A Celebration of Poetry and Music with Ciarán and Deirdre Carson [Highlights]

Thursday, April 11 | “Why Germany Will Not Run the EU” with Daniela Schwarzer [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 5/5/13 [WBUR Program 9/1/13] [WBUR Program 2/9/14] [WBUR Program 6/19/14]

Thursday, April 11 | “Ideapod: Thought Leaders and Intellectuals Demonstrating the Power of Ideas on the Web”

Thursday, April 18 | Irish Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Paul Muldoon [Highlights] [Video]

Monday, April 22 | Film Screening: “Alois Nebel” (Introduction by Igor Lukes) [Highlights]

Wednesday, April 24 | “Federalism by Exception: The Future of Economic Governance in the Euro-Area” with Henrik Enderlein [Highlights]

Thursday, April 25 | Irish Voices: Tim Pat Coogan on “The Famine Plot: England’s Role in Ireland’s Greatest Tragedy” (sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Irish Culture; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

May

Thursday, May 16 | Visit by Msr. Louis Giscard D’Estaing, son of former president of France and two-term member of the French National Assembly (sponsored by BU Study Abroad and the Department of International Relations; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

Thursday, May 23 | Bulgarian Voices: The Living Memory of Bulgarian Crafts and Traditions with Eleonora Gadjeva and Others  [Highlights]

September

Tuesday, September 3 | “David Cameron; An Initial Assessment of a Prime Minister” with Tony King [Highlights]

Friday, September 13 | “The Future of the European Union” with Vivien Schmidt (at the Chelmsford Public Library)

Tuesday, September 17 | “Plastic Money: The Construction of Markets for Credit Cards in Eight Post-communist Countries” with Alya Guseva [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Thursday, September 19 | European Studies Faculty Reception [Highlights]

Monday, September 30 | Film Screening: Stilyagi (“Hipsters”) [Event Announcement]

September 30 – October 23 | Richard Wagner in Context (Boston University School of Music Event; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

October

Tuesday, October 1 | “Conspiracy of One: Tyler Kent’s Secret Plot against FDR, Churchill, and the Allied War Effort” with Peter Rand [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Thursday, October 10 | “The Ballets Russes in 1913″ with Anna Winestein [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, October 15 | Irish Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Michael Longley (Sponsored by the Poetry Reading Series at CGS; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, October 16 |European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Romanian Author Mircea Cărtărescu [Event Announcement] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 1/5/14] [WBUR Program 6/1/14] [WBUR Program 9/28/14]

Thursday, October 17 | Ivan Jablonka: History and the First-Person Singular A Holocaust Meditation (Sponsored by the Department of Romance Studies; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, October 22 | “Cuisine des Mères: Heritage, Gender and the Construction of Culinary Culture” with Rachel Black [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Wednesday, October 23 | The EU Inside Out: A Panel Discussion with Petr Gandalovič, Czech Ambassador to the US, and Peter Kmec, Slovak Ambassador to the US [Event Announcement] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 11/10/13] [WBUR Program 12/29/13]

Monday, October 28 | Film Screening and Director Talk: My Perestroika with Robin Hessman [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, October 30 | European Studies Open House [Event Announcement]

November

Wednesday, November 6 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with Polish Author Grażyna Plebanek [Event Announcement] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 12/22/13][WBUR Program 1/26/14] [WBUR Program 6/15/14]

Monday, November 11 | European Voices: A Reading and Conversation with British Poet Tom Pickard (Sponsored by the Poetry Reading Series at CGS; Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, November 12 |”The London Book Trade and the Making of Irish, Scottish, and American Literature” with Joe Rezek [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Tuesday, November 12 | Film Screening and Discussion: Margarethe von Trotta’s “Hannah Arendt” (Sponsored by the Elie Wiesel Center; co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Tuesday, November 19 | “La France aux Nations Unies” with Fabien Fieschi, Consul General of France in Boston (Sponsored by BU Study Abroad; co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Wednesday, November 20 | Russian Voices: A Poetry Symposium and Philosophical Cabaret Event [Event Announcement] [Highlights]

Wednesday, November 20 | Laurent Binet: La fiction au secours de l’histoire? (Sponsored by the Department of Romance Studies; co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

Thursday, November 21 | Europe in Sepia: A Reading and Conversation with Dubravka Ugresic [Event Announcement] [Event Flyer] [Highlights] [Video] [WBUR Program 1/19/14] [WBUR Program 6/8/14] [WBUR Program 10/5/14]

December

Wednesday, December 11 | “Soft Power in Eastern Europe: The Role of Cultural Diplomacy” with Ambassador John Beyerle [Event Announcement]

February

Wednesday, February 22 | “Ireland and the Euro” with Brigid Laffan [Highlights]

March

Monday, March 5 | International Conference: Actor Networks in International Political Economy [Program]

Monday, March 5–Tuesday, March 6 | International Conference: Liberty and Security in a Time of Global Reordering [Program] [Highlights]

Wednesday, March 21 | “Social Europe in Crisis: the Impact of the Eurozone Crisis on National Welfare States” with Maurizio Ferrera and Anton Hemerijck [Highlights]

Sunday, March 25–Monday, March 26 | “Resilient Liberalism: European Political Economy Through Boom and Bust” [Program] [Highlights]

Monday, March 26 | “The Eurozone Crisis: Is There a Way Out?” with Maurizio Ferrera, Andrew Gamble, Mark Thatcher and Sigurt Vitols

Tuesday, March 27 | Poetry and Politics with Don Paterson and Dan Chiasson [Highlights]

April

Tuesday, April 5 | “How to Keep Muslims Out: The Enigma of Civilization in India, China, and Europe” (sponsored by the Center for the Study of Asia; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

Thursday, April 12 | “The Euro’s Crisis of Democracy” and “The Promises of Constitutional Pluralism” with Miguel Maduro [Highlights]

Tuesday, April 17 | “France Today: What is France, Where is it Going, and What is its Place in the World?” with Christophe Guillou [Highlights]

Thursday, April 19 | The System (Das System—Alles verstehen heißt alles verzeihen): Film Screening and Director Talk with Marc Bauder and Dörte Franke [Highlights]

Monday, April 23 | “The Debt Crisis in Europe and New Europe’s Two Decades of Catch Up” with Miroslav Singer (sponsored by the Center for International Relations; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

May

Saturday, May 12 | Can Literature Bear Witness? A Reading and Conversation with Herta Müller [Highlights]

September

Tuesday, September 18 | “The Politics of Precaution” with David Vogel [Highlights]

Thursday, September 27 | “European Union in Crisis: The Hopes and Woes of Politics and Economics” (sponsored by the Boston University International Affairs Association and the Undergraduate Economics Association; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

Thursday, September 27 | The Power of Civil Society: The Fate of Jews in Bulgaria—Gallery reception with opening talk by the President of Bulgaria, Rosen Plevneliev (sponsored by the Florence & Chafetz Hillel House at Boston University; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Highlights]

Thursday, September 27–Saturday, September 29 | Cinema, Opera, Art: The Passion of Werner Schroeter (sponsored by the College of Communication and the Goethe Institut Boston; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Event Announcement]

October

Tuesday, October 9 | “The Influence of the Internet on Integration and Multiculturalism in Germany” with Kübra Gümüsay [Highlights]

Wednesday, October 10 | “Skills and Inequality: Partisan Politics, Economic Coordination & Training Regimes in Western Welfare States” with Marius Busemeyer [Highlights]

Wednesday, October 17 | “The Future of the Euro as a Common Currency” with Michael P. Dooley (sponsored by the Center for Finance, Law & Policy; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe)

Thursday, October 18 | “The Urbanization of Anti-Capitalist Struggle” with David Harvey (sponsored by Lectures in Criticism at Boston University; cosponsored by the Center for the Study of Europe) [Highlights]

Friday, October 19 | “NATO’s European Allies” and “Burden Sharing within the Alliance” with Janne Haaland Matlary and Magnus Petersson [Highlights]

November

Tuesday, November 13 | “Can Greece and the Eurozone Live with Each Other?” with Kevin Featherstone  [Highlights]

Wednesday, November 14 | “Europe’s Crisis and the Pathologies of Democracy” with Kalypso Nicolaïdis (Center for the Study of Europe contribution to International Education Week) [Highlights]

Wednesday, November 14 | “Exploring EU 2020″ with Vivien Schmidt (at swissnex Boston)

Wednesday, November 15 | “On the Edge of the Cold War: American Diplomats and Spies in Postwar Prague” with Igor Lukes (at the Center for European Studies at Harvard)

December

Tuesday, December 4 | Christmas Market at Boston University [Highlights]

October

Wednesday, October 5 | “Is Germany Outgrowing Europe?” with Ulrike Guerot, Head of the Berlin Office of the European Council on Foreign Relations [Highlights]

Tuesday, October 25 | “The World in 20 Years: What Role for France?” with French national and policy expert Nicolas Tenzer [Highlights]

Thursday, October 27 | “Knowledge Regimes in the US and Europe” with John Campbell, Professor of Sociology at Dartmouth College [Highlights]

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