The Center for European Studies cooperates with academic departments and professional schools at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as well as with partners across North Carolina and abroad to sponsor academic and policy conferences and workshops covering myriad topics related to contemporary European studies.

Conference/Workshop Date Co-Sponsors/Coordinators
Terrorism, Immigration, Integration in the EU Fall 2017 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Klaus Larres and Tobias Hof
2017 Annual Conference of the Research Committee on Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy Summer 2017 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Evelyne Huber and John D. Stephens
Chapel Hill Expert Survey Workshop Spring 2017 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks
Immigration and European Identity Roundtable Spring 2017 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Rahsaan Maxwell
Criminal Law, Procedure, and Sentencing in the EU Spring 2017 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Richard Myers
The Politics of Debt Management in EU Nations Fall 2016 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Layna Mosley
European Union Enlargement and Foreign Policy Fall 2016 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Milada Vachudova
Comparative Approaches to the Study of Immigration, Ethnicity, and Religion Spring 2015 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by Rahsaan Maxwell
The Political Economy of Skills and Inequality: Special Issue of the Socio-Economic Review Fall 2013 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by J. Stephens
5th Annual Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems – Criminal Justice and Discretionary Justice Spring 2013 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law/organized by M. Corrado (UNC LAW)
Plea Bargaining in Comparative Perspective – Pre-Session for Young Scholars to the Conference Criminal Justice and Discretionary Justice Spring 2013 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law/organized by M. Corrado (UNC LAW)
Design of International Institutions Spring 2013 UNC Center for European Studies, European Research Council: Causes and Consequences of Multilevel Governance, VU Amsterdam/organized by L. Hooghe and G. Marks (UNC POLI)
2013 Spring Seminar for K-14 Teachers – Europe in Crisis? Dispelling Myths About the European Union Spring 2013 UNC Center for European Studies, UNC World View/organized by N. Bolick (UNC WV); E. Edwards and A. Brigevich (UNC CES)
UNC Global Sustainability Symposium: Water and Energy in the Crosshairs Spring 2013 UNC Center for European Studies; UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER); UNC Center for Sustainable Enterprise; UNC African Studies Center; UNC Center for Slavic Eurasian and East European Studies; UNC Institute for the Environment/organized by E. Edwards and A. Brigevich (UNC CES)
ReOrienting the Veil Spring 2013 Multiple co-sponsors including: Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations; UN Center for European Studies; UNC African Studies Center; UNC Center for Global Initiatives; Duke Islamic Studies Center; Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies; UNC Institute for Arts and Humanities; UNC Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History; UNC Global/organized by S. Amer (UNC ASIA), M. Antle (UNC ROML), B. Gökarıksel (UNC GEOG), J. Hammer (UNC RELI); S.Tamari and R. Higgins (UNC CCSMEMC)
Creating Participatory Democracy: Green Politics in Germany since 1983 Spring 2013 UNC Center for European Studies , Duke Center for European Studies, Duke Center for Jewish Studies, UNC Dept. of History, UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Heinrich Böll Stiftung/organized by K. Jarausch and Steve Milder (UNC HIST)
Immigration and Identity in the US and Europe Fall 2012 UNC Center for European Studies/organized by E. Edwards and A. Brigevich (UNC CES)
Transnational German Cinema Fall 2012 UNC Center for European Studies, Duke Center for European Studies, Duke Center for Jewish Studies, UNC Dept. of History, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities | Organized by P. Layne
4th Annual Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems – Preventive Detention and Criminal Justice Spring 2012 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law/organized by M. Corrado (UNC Law)
The Oxford Handbook of Transformations of the State Spring 2012 UNC Center for European Studies and the Collaborative Research Center 597 on Transformations of the State at the University of Bremen
Shared Tables: A Triangle Symposium on Local and Global Food Studies Spring 2012 Multiple co-sponsors including: Triangle University Food Studies (TUFS); UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies; UNC Center for European Studies; UNC Center for Sustainable Enterprise UNC African Studies Center ; UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER); UNC Global; UNC Institute for the Environment | Organized by J. Olich (UNC CSEEES)
Building Bridges from Business Languages to Business Communities Spring 2012 UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), the Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise, UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by J. Kruse (UNC CIBER)
18th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures – Visual Reading: Images, Perspective, and the Text Spring 2012 Multiple co-sponsors including the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures and UNC Center for European Studies
The Next Generation Brands and Branding in Law, Accounting and Marketing Spring 2012 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) and UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by J. Kruse (UNC CIBER)
Gender, Islam, and the Politics of Integration in the New Europe Spring 2012 UNC Center for European Studies
Minorities, Institutions and Human Rights: World War I to Libya Spring 2012 UNC Center for European Studies, Duke Center for European Studies, Carolina Seminars, UNC and Duke Departments of Germanic Languages & Literatures and History, UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities | Organized by K. Jarausch and S. Shields (UNC History)
Serbia and the Future of the Balkans: On the Long Road to the EU Fall 2011 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by M. Vachudova (UNC Political Science)
Francophone Africa Symposium Fall 2011 UNC Center for European Studies, Department of Romance Languages & Literatures, African Studies Center | Organized by M. Antle (UNC Romance Languages and Literatures)
K-12 Seminar: The Future of Europe Fall 2011 UNC Center for European Studies, NC Civic Education Consortium (CEC), UNC Program in the Humanities and Human Values (PHHV)
Gender, Politics and Culture in Europe and Beyond Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies, UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies, UNC and Duke Depts. of History and Women’s Studies, Initiative for Transoceanic 18th and 19th-Century Studies (TOS), UNC Institute for the Studies of the Americas
Microfranchising in Emerging Markets: Innovation in Practice and Research Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies, UNC Center for International Business Education and Research, UNC African Studies Center; UNC Institute for the Studies of the Americas; UNC Center for Slavic Eurasian and East European Studies; UNC Institute for the Environment; UNC Center for Sustainable Enterprise | Organized by J. Kruse (UNC CIBER)
British Studies in Transition Spring 2011 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by S. Pennybacker (UNC History), S. Thorne and P. Stern (Duke History)
The Future of European Social Democracy Spring 2011 Duke Center for European Studies, UNC Center for European Studies
Promoting and Cultivating Second Language Research Skills Across the Discipline: Videoconference Workshop Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies
17th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures – Textual Journeys: Departure, Danger, Discovery Spring 2011 Multiple co-sponsors including the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures and UNC Center for European Studies
4th Annual Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems – Procedural Safeguards for Suspects: What Can Europe Learn from the American Experience? Spring 2011 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law | Organized by M. Corrado (UNC Law)
The Holocaust in Eastern Europe: Race, Gender and Property – The Experience of Nazi Occupation at the Local Level Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies, Carolina Seminars, Duke Center for European Studies; Duke Center for Jewish Studies, UNC Dept. of History, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities | Organized by C. Browning
Dualization in Europe and Latin America: Labor Markets and Social Policy Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies; Graduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences of the Univ. of Milan | Organized by E. Huber and J. Stephens (UNC Political Science/CES); G. Lenski (UNC Sociology); M. Ferrera, M. Jessoula, and S. Sacchi (Univ. Milan Political Science)
Democratization and International Actors in South Eastern Europe Spring 2011 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by M. Vachudova (UNC Political Science)
Teaching Business German: A Toolbox Fall 2010 UNC Center for European Studies; UNC Center for International Business Education and Research | Organized by S. Summers (UNC Germanic Languages and Literatures), J. Kruse (UNC CIBER), and E. Edwards (UNC CES/Political Science)
German Reunification 20 Years Later Fall 2010 UNC Center for European Studies; UNC Center for Slavic Eurasian and East European Studies; Carolina Seminars; UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities; UNC and Duke Departments of Germanic Languages and Literatures and History
Social Policy against Poverty and Social Exclusion: Comparing EU members states in Southeastern Europe and Latin America Spring 2010 UNC Center for European Studies; Graduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences of the University of Milan | Organized by M. Ferrera (Univ. Milan), E. Huber (UNC Political Science), and John Stephens (UNC CES/Political Science)
Chapel Hill Expert Survey Workshop Spring 2010 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by E. Edwards (UNC CES/Political Science)
2nd Annual Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems Spring 2010 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law | Organized by M. Corrado (UNC Law)
16th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literature – From Border Building to Border Hopping: The Shifting Nature of the Text Spring 2010 Multiple co-sponsors including the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures and UNC Center for European Studies
Global Moving Images: In the Wakes of New Images Spring 2010 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by R. Cante (UNC Department of Communications)
Digital Humanities Manifesto Spring 2010 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by F. Luisetti (UNC Romance Languages and Literatures)
The Fall of the Wall: Twenty Years After Fall 2009 UNC Center for European Studies, UNC Institute for the Arts & Humanities, Carolina Seminars | Organized by K. Jarausch (UNC History) and H. Moroff (UNC Political Science)
European Healthcare Policy and Politics Fall 2009 Duke Center for European Studies, UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by D. Brady (Duke CES/Sociology)
1st Annual Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems – Conversations on the Future of the Adversarial System Spring 2009 Multiple co-sponsors including UNC Center for European Studies and UNC School of Law | Organized by M. Corrado (UNC Law)
16th Annual Carolina Conference on Romance Literature: ReWriting History: Text as a Monument to Memory Spring 2009 Multiple co-sponsors including the Department of Romance Languages & Literatures and UNC Center for European Studies
Frankly Speaking: Challenges in Integrating Languages and Cultures into a Post-Secondary Curriculum Fall 2008 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by T. Kinsella (UNC CES/Germanic Languages and Literatures)
When Women Think About Security: Some Feminist Lessons from the Iraq War Fall 2008 UNC Center for European Studies
The Berlin Airlift Sixty Years On Fall 2008 UNC Center for European Studies, UNC Program in the Humanities and Human Values
Le Marais et la question de la visibilité / Ghost Stories: Traces of the Holocaust in Paris Fall 2008 UNC Department of Romance Languages, UNC Center for European Studies, UNC Center for Jewish Studies, UNC Board on Sexuality Studies, UNC Provost’s Committee on LGBTQ Life
Dutch Studies in a Globalized World: The 14th Interdisciplinary Conference on Netherlandic Studies Summer 2008 UNC Center for European Studies; American Assoc. for Netherlandic Studies; The Nederlandse Taalunie; UNC Dept. of Germanic Languages & Literatures | Organized by D. Thornton (UNC Germanic Languages and Literatures) and L. Fox (UNC Political Science)
The Politics of Change Summer 2008 UNC Center for European Studies; VU Amsterdam | Organized by E. Edwards (VU Amsterdam) and C. de Vries (Leiden Univ.)
Social Policy Against Poverty and Social Exclusion: Dealing with Informality Spring 2008 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by J. Stephens and E. Huber (UNC Political Science)
Franco-Arabic Cultures Today: Developments, Dialogues, and Challenges Spring 2008 UNC Center for European Studies | Organized by S. Amer (UNC Asian Studies) and M. Antle (UNC Romance Languages & Literatures)
Transatlantic Graduate Student Workshop Spring 2008 UNC Center for European Studies; Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany; VU Amsterdam | Organized by L. Hooghe and G. Marks (UNC Political Science)
Germany’s 1968: A Cultural Revolution? Spring 2008 Multiple co-sponsors including: UNC Center for European Studies , UNC and Duke Departments of Germanic Languages & Literatures and History, UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities, DAAD, Goethe-Institut Boston , Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta, Max Kade Foundation, Robertson Foundation | Organized by R. Langston (UNC Germanic Languages & Literatures), K. Hagemann and K. Jarausch (UNC History), A. Rasmussen (Duke Germanic Languages & Literatures)
What is the Future of Feminist/Gender History? Spring 2008 UNC Center for European Studies; Carolina Women’s Center; UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies; UNC Curriculum in Women’s Studies; UNC Department of History
Media and Technology Specialists: A K-12 Workshop on Europe and Russia Spring 2008 UNC Center for European Studies; UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies; UNC World View | Organized by J. Kinnaird (UNC World View)