Please note that not all of our upcoming events are listed here – for a full list of upcoming events at the Center for the Study of Europe and elsewhere on and off campus, please check our calendar.

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Event Announcement: Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation in Science and Innovation (04/29/14)

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The Consulate of Greece in Boston, the Delegation of the European Union, and Boston University's Center for the Study of Europe are pleased to present “Prospects for Transatlantic Cooperation in Science and Innovation in the Context of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” which will be held at BU's Photonics Center on April 29, 2014 from 2 to 6 PM. The event will provide an overview from policy makers, scientists, and business representatives. The presentations will... Read More

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Event Announcement: European Voices in Translation (05/10/14)

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The Center for the Study of Europe, in collaboration with the Goethe Institut Boston and the literary journal AGNI, announces the first annual European Voices Festival: European Voices in Translation. Join us for a day of poems, prose, theater, and music in celebration of "Europe Day." Schedule of Events 1 PM - A Reading and Conversation with László Krasznahorkai and George Szirtes | Moderated by James Wood Widely recognized as one of the very best and important novelists... Read More

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Event Announcement: The Future of Europe with Bruno Maçães, State Secretary for European Affairs, Portugal (04/08/14)

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Please join us for a lecture and conversation with Bruno Maçães, State Secretary for European Affairs in the Portuguese government. Maçães offers a Portuguese perspective on Europe's future. The event will be moderated by Alan Berger, Retired editorial writer for international affairs, Boston Globe. Tuesday, April 8, 2014, 4:15 to 5:30 PM Boston University Castle 225 Bay State Road Please join us for a pre-event reception from 3:30 to 4:15 PM Bruno Maçães was born in 1974. He received his... Read More

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BU Study Abroad Summer Showcase 2014: Maximize Your Summer (02/19/14)

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BU Study Abroad Summer Showcase 2014: Maximize Your Summer Where will you maximize your summer? With dozens of different options — from studying French in Grenoble, France, to service-learning in Rabat, Morocco, to interning in London, England — BU Study Abroad offers students an unparalleled array of exciting opportunities to learn and explore. Join BU Study Abroad staff and summer study abroad alumni for our special Summer Showcase event, this Wednesday, February 19th from noon to 2PM... Read More

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BU Study Abroad Turkish Night (02/26/14)

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Event Announcement: Woman Up! for a New Progressive Agenda (03/03/14 – 03/04/14)

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Woman up! for a new progressive agenda Fifth Transatlantic dialogue on gender issues March 2014 marks the fifth edition of the transatlantic dialogue on gender issues, organized by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Fondation Jean Jaurès, and hosted by the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University in collaboration with the Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program at Boston University. The two-day event will kick off Women's History Month, the 2014... Read More

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Event Announcement: Neoliberal Political Economy, Subjectivity, and Resilience (04/09/14)

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Join us for a panel discussion with Peter Hall and Michèle Lamont, co-editors of Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era, and Vivien Schmidt and Mark Thatcher, co-editors of Resilient Liberalism in Europe’s Political Economy. The four panelists will take up the question of “resilience,” both the resilience of neoliberal ideas in policy debates and policy discourse, the theme  of Schmidt and Thatcher’s book, as well as the resilience of communities, social groups and nations in... Read More

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Event Announcement: Faculty Lunch Series (02/11/14, 03/25/14, 04/22/14)

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We are delighted to announce the continuation of the popular lunch series with European Studies faculty that we launched during the fall, and we invite you join us this spring for presentations by colleagues Liah Greenfeld, Paolo Scrivano, and Kaija Schilde. The talks are open to BU faculty and staff, visiting researchers, and graduate students, and to undergraduates and colleagues from other universities by invitation. The goal of the series is to encourage camaraderie among... Read More

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Event Announcement: Conversations with Spanish Author Andrés Neuman (04/23/14 – 04/24/14)

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Join us for two upcoming events with Spanish writer Andrés Neuman. On the afternoon of Wednesday, April 23, Neuman will take part in a seminar with the poet, scholar, and writer Gustavo Guerrero. The seminar, which will be conducted in Spanish, is geared to graduate students and faculty. On the evening of Thursday, April 24, he will give a public reading to be followed by a conversation with Alicia Borinsky. Please see details below! Neuman, who... Read More

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Event Announcement: Writing Between Languages and Cultures with Yoko Tawada (04/14/14)

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Join us for a lecture and conversation with the internationally renowned writer Yoko Tawada. Tawada was born in Tokyo in 1960 and moved to Hamburg, where she received a PhD in German literature, when she was twenty-two, and then to Berlin in 2006. She writes in both Japanese and German and has published several books in both languages. She has received numerous awards for her writing including the Akutagawa Prize, the Adelbert von Chamisso... Read More