IN THIS ISSUE
Study or Research in Europe
Conferences, Workshops and Calls for Papers
Fellowships, Awards and Job Opportunities
Opportunities for K-14 Educators and Students
Other International Events on Campus
November 25, 2013
Interested in learning a foreign language? Apply for FLAS
Interested in studying a foreign language? Consider applying for a FLAS (Foreign Language & Area Studies Fellowship). These fellowships fund the study of Less Commonly Taught Languages and area studies coursework. It provides academic year and summer fellowships to assist graduate students and advanced undergraduates in foreign language and area studies. Interested candidates who have not yet attended an info session should join us to learn more:
- Thursday, December 5, 11:00am-12:00pm, Room 3009 in the Global Education Center
Spring 2014 LAC Courses
The following LAC course options will be offered during the spring semester. For course times and information on the types of different LAC options and the recommended minimum proficiency level, visit the LAC for Undergraduates page. To enroll, email the LAC Coordinator.
- Arabic combined discussion section open to students in AAAD 101, ARAB 443, HNRS 355, PWAD 670, and RELI/ASIA 181
- German supplementary discussion for GERM 257: Society and Culture of Postwar Germany (HIST 257, POLI 257, SOCI 257)
- Swahili combined discussion section open to students in AAAD 101, ANTH 319, and PUBH 420
- Spanish recitation for ENST 201: Introduction to Environment and Society
- Spanish recitation for HIST 143: Latin America Since Independence
- Spanish seminar: BUSI 490 sec 014: Megaprojects in Latin America
- Teaching LAC: GLBL 789*
*This LAC pedagogy course is designed for graduate and professional students who are interested in teaching interdisciplinary and internationally-focused courses in languages other than English. GLBL 789 is required for all students pursuing the Graduate Certificate in LAC Instruction. It is currently scheduled for Mondays, 4:00 – 7:00 pm | FedEx Global Education Center 3033. For more information, email LAC Coordinator Tanya Kinsella.
Lecture with John Wheatley White: “The French Revolution as the Historical Revelation of Nature in Georg Büchner’s Dantons Tod”
Sunday, December 8, 2013 | 5:00 – 7:00 pm | UNC-Chapel Hill, Institute for Arts and Humanities, Hyde Hall John Wheatley White, a PhD Candidate in European History at UNC-Chapel Hill, will be speaking in conjunction with the North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series. Georg Büchner’s Dantons Tod (1835) presents a paradox: despite that Georges Danton becomes a victim of the reign of terror which he himself has helped to initiate, an “erotic utopia” seems to emerge. The presentation analyzes this development by focusing on the shifting representation of nature. At the outset of the revolution, nature is apprehended as a guarantor of rights and claimed as a means of legitimation. But this notion is unable to accommodate the new horrific reality which the revolution has engendered. Instead, a more complex conception of nature emerges, which is manifested erotically; rather than being sociopolitical, it is corporeal. History consequently supersedes nature, for it is the former which reveals the deep complexity of the latter. Co-sponsors include: UNC-Chapel Hill: Carolina Seminars, Institute for the Arts & Humanities, Center for European Studies, Departments of History and German Languages & Literatures | Duke University: Departments of History and German Languages & Literatures, Center for European Studies | Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies More on the North Carolina German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series
Join CES for the next Global Music Show: “Cross-Cultural Sampling in HipHop Between the United States and Central Europe”
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 | 9:00-10:00 pm | WXYC 89.3 FM or live stream at www.wxyc.org The final Global Music Show program of the semester will present an illustration of how the “First” and “Second” Worlds borrow from each other’s musical traditions to build their hip-hop cultures. Join host Ari Hires and guest Brendan Daniel, a first-year RUES MA student. The Global Music Show is a monthly radio program in collaboration with WXYC 89.3 FM and the Area Studies Centers that intersperses world regional music with dialogue shared by relevant expert guest scholars from UNC-Chapel Hill. This month’s sponsoring Area Studies Center is CSEEES (Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies).
9th Annual Graduate Student Conference on the European Union: “Brussels as Usual?: Politics and Policy in the EU”
February 28-March 1, 2014 | EUCE/ESC at the University of Pittsburgh and EUSA, Pittsburgh In many ways, the EU appears to be in a period of transition: recovering from the financial crisis, continuing to implement the Lisbon Treaty’s provisions, and awaiting a new set of European elections. Have these developments produced change in the EU’s politics and policies, or has it been Brussels as usual? The Organizing Committee of the 9th Annual Graduate Student Conference on the European Union welcomes papers addressing the theme of the conference, as well as others related to the EU. We seek submissions from all disciplines and topics, including, but not limited to, EU politics, governance, economics, history, security studies, institutions and behavior studies, as well as EU policy-making, enlargement, immigration, development, trade, and foreign policy. Due to a generous grant from the Network of European Union Centers of Excellence in the United States, students whose papers are selected to appear on the program and who are currently enrolled in a graduate program at any of the universities in the US with an EU Center of Excellence will be eligible for a travel stipend to attend the conference. For more information about the Network, visit www.euce.org. To determine your eligibility, contact Allyson Delnore or Erica Edwards. More information on the conference and the application procedure Deadline for submissions EXTENDED: December 13, 2013
Learn about EURAXESS
EURAXESS is a networking tool for European and non-European researchers based in North America wishing to pursue a short or longer research stay in Europe. It provides information about research in Europe, European research policy, free job/fellowship publishing, opportunities for research funding, for international collaboration and for trans-national mobility. Membership is free. To join the community or to find out more about the opportunities for North Americans, register at EURAXESS Links North America or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the EURAXESS website to learn more
Study or Research in Europe
Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences (BGSS) at Humboldt University
The Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences (BGSS) is calling for applications to its International Doctoral Program starting in October 2014. BGSS is also calling for the European PhD in Socio-Economic and Statistical Studies, an international, interdisciplinary graduate program cooperating with seven European partner universities, and also for the European Doctoral Program “Europe in its Global Context”, an international doctoral program in the Social Sciences in co-operation with the Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane and four associated universities in Hungary, Turkey, Israel, and Tunisia. For more information about these three programs, consult the call for applications and visit the BGSS website. Application Deadline: December 22, 2013
Globalisation, Europe & Multilateralism (GEM) Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate
The GEM PhD School is an international doctoral programme focused on questions related to “Globalisation, Europe and Multilateralism” covering most disciplines within Social Sciences. It offers an integrated research and training environment set up by nine leading global universities. Three specific “Jointly Executed Research Projects” (JERPs) provide the GEM PhD School and its affiliated researchers with a shared backbone:
- Ametrine – Headed by LUISS-Guido Carli: A research initiative focused on the normative components of European international politics
- Citrine – Headed by the University of Warwick: Interest centred research. Looking at the interactions between European policy mechanisms and global imperatives
- Morganite – Headed by the IEE-ULB: Institution centred research. Focussed on regional and global institutionalized multilateral cooperation
Application Deadline: December 20, 2013 More information about the program and application materials
London School of Economics and Political Science
MPhil/PhD in European Studies Admissions for the MPhil/PhD program in European Studies at the LSE’s European Institute for 2014-15 entry opened on October 14. Applicants wishing to be considered for financial awards or scholarships are highly encouraged to apply as early as possible. The available financial awards/scholarships that applicants may be eligible for are: LSE PhD scholarship, ESRC and AHRC. In addition, for the first time for the 2014/15 entry, a new Hellenic Observatory 4-year PhD scholarship on contemporary Greece is available. The MPhil/PhD in European Studies welcomes applications for multi-disciplinary, inter-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary research on Europe in the following areas:
- Governance and Democracy in Europe
- European Society
- Political Economy in Europe
- Europe beyond the EU
For more information, please visit the LSE European Institute website. Application deadline: January 10, 2014
Conferences, Workshops and Calls for Papers
10th Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association-Canada
May 8-10, 2014 | Montreal, Quebec, Canada In 2012, the European Union was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. This decision provoked strong reactions, from the Wall Street Journal praising it as “inspired” to British politicians calling it “preposterous and absurd.” Much was made of EU leaders’ initial inability to decide who would represent the organization for the award ceremony in Oslo. Commentators also derided the fact that the recognition that the European Union “for over six decades contributed to the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe” seemed to come at particularly inappropriate time, as the EU faced the worst economic and institutional crisis since its creation, perhaps forcing Greece to exit, while the UK threatened to do so. Taking up the Nobel Committee’s challenge, the 10th Biennial Conference of European Communities Studies Association – Canada (ECSA-C) will evaluate, measure and explain the EU’s actual contribution to the advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights. The objective of the conference is to provide a balanced assessment and analytical understanding of the EU’s specific contributions (or lack thereof) to peace broadly understood. Paper on any topic related to the EU will are welcome. Particular attention will be paid to the implications and lessons learnt of the European experience for other countries and regions, especially Quebec, Canada and North America. Submissions, to be sent electronically to email@example.com, can be written in English or in French. About 30 travel grants will be made available to graduate and postdoctoral students who are presenting a paper. Please indicate in your submission if you are requesting such a grant. More information about the conference and the call for proposals Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2013
7th Biennial Pan-European Conference on the European Union
June 5-7, 2014 | The Hague, The Netherlands The ECPR Standing Group on the European Union calls for papers for its 7th biennial conference. All papers and panels that discuss aspects of European integration are invited, including those that highlight new theoretical and empirical research that reflects on the ever-changing nature of the EU; the democratic legitimacy of the integration process; the evolution, functioning and effects of EU policies and institutions; the role of the EU in the broader world, and so on. The full list of conference sections and instructions for submission of panels and paper are available on the ECPR Pan-European Conference website. Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2013
6th Biennial AWSS Conference: Women, Gender, and Revolution in Slavic Studies
April 10, 2014 | Atlanta, GA The Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS) is soliciting paper presentations on the theme of “Women, Gender, and Revolution in Slavic Studies” for its 6th Biennial Conference to be held on Thursday, April 10, 2014, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The conference will be held in conjunction with the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies (SCSS), which opens Thursday evening and runs through Saturday. The theme of women, gender, and revolution can be approached in a variety of ways. Most concretely, the theme addresses the actions of men and women in political revolution, broadly conceived, including (but not limited to) events of 1848, 1905, and 1917, events leading up to the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, and the post-Community transformations after 1989. The theme also invites the study of gendered representations of revolutionary events, and of significant transformation in gender roles at any time in Russia and East European History. The conference organizers invite proposals from scholars at all stages in their careers and in any discipline of Slavic Studies (history, literature, linguistics, political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, gender studies, etc.). Proposals should consist of a 250-word abstract of the paper (including the paper’s title) and a brief one-page CV that includes author’s affiliation and contact information. Proposals are due by December 15 to Sharon Kowalsky, Associate Professor of History, Texas A&M University-Commerce. Any questions about the conference or the program should be directed to Sharon Kowalsky or Karen Petrone. More information about the conference and the call for proposals Deadline for submissions: December 15, 2013
1st European Conference on Teaching and Learning Politics, International Relations and European Studies
June 26-27 | Maastricht, The Netherlands What does it mean to teach Politics, International Relations (IR), or European Studies (ES) to the next generation of students, what should it mean for future students to learn Politics, International Relations, or European Studies? What are the opportunities of educating the next generation of a knowledge society? But also what challenges will Politics, IR and ES instructors encounter, considering the overburdening availability of (electronic) information and the growing demand for skills-based education? Next to those global trends in higher education, there are also specific features of European Higher Education that need careful consideration: the Bologna process, the employability discourse, or the raising concern with fees to mention just a few. The aim of this conference is to bring together members of existing teaching and learning networks (ECPR, PSA, BISA and UACES) and to provide an opportunity for exchange, discussion and reflection about those questions and about teaching and learning Politics, International Relations or European Studies to future generations of students in more general terms. Contributions are welcome on any topic of teaching and learning, but we would like to encourage participants to consider the following questions:
- In what respect is there a “new” generation of students? In what manner are current and future students different: in terms of their expectations, needs, and demands?
- How to react and integrate the demand for skills and employability in everyday teaching?
- Who should ensure students´ motivation, and how can this be achieved?
- How to remember what it means to learn ourselves?
- How to harness the potential for active engagement in Politics and IR teaching?
- What role for Politics, IR, or ES to provide counter-balance to increasing
More details about the conference and the application procedure Deadline for submissions: December 16, 2013
Academic Association for Contemporary European Studies- UACES 44th Annual Conference
September 1-3, 2014 | Cork, Ireland Covering all aspects of contemporary European Studies, both panel and paper proposals from across academic disciplines including law, economics, geography, history, sociology, public policy and politics are accepted. For more information on guidelines or how to submit a proposal, please utilize the UACES website. Deadline for submissions: January 17, 2014
3rd SPERI Annual Conference: The Global Contours of Growth & Development Beyond the Crisis
June 30-July 2, 2014 | University of Sheffield The 2014 SPERI conference seeks to take discussion of the political economy of the crisis beyond its British and European contexts to focus centrally on the dynamics and patterns of the distribution of growth and development across the entire global political economy. One view presumes that the contemporary economic and financial crisis is an appropriate lens through which to consider the global political economy and all of its constituent parts, placing emphasis on the integrated nature of global capitalism and the ‘global imbalances’ that draw all regions and countries into a measure of responsibility for the structural roots of crisis and recession. An alternative view argues that the implications of the crisis have been much more uneven and localized, mediated by differing types of political economy, growth models and development strategies. Meanwhile, the uncertainty surrounding the changing roles of the ‘rising powers’ or ‘BRICS’ economies, the continual flux and increasing ambiguity of categories such as ‘low-income’ and ‘middle-income’ countries, and signs of a weakening of the hold of established ‘orthodox’ ideologies of development all suggest that fresh thinking is needed about the nature of future growth and development in all parts of the global political economy, whether conventionally regarded as ‘developed’ or ‘developing’. For more information about the conference, consult the call for papers and visit the SPERI website. Please send abstracts (of no more than a page in length) of proposed papers/panels to Sarah Boswell by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for submissions: January 31, 2014
Journal of Common Market Studies Symposia
The Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS) editors encourage the occasional publication of symposia on issues of current interest to our readership. A JCMS symposium will normally comprise 4 short papers of around 4000-5000 words each, with a very short introduction normally no more than 1000 words by the symposium editor(s). We are particularly keen to consider applications that included contributions from practitioners/policy-makers. Although we will happy to consider applications throughout the year, we will consider responses to this call after Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. If you have a proposal, please submit it to email@example.com in the form of a short 500-1000 word summary. Please include in your submission the rationale for the symposium, the names of editors and contributors, the titles of the contributions, and information on the symposium’s state of preparedness. We envisage a quick turnaround, so we are particularly interested in submissions where written papers already exist.
Fellowships, Awards and Job Opportunities
Grant Opportunities for Research on Central and East Europe
The Global Europe Program at the Wilson Center in Washington DC is offering the following grant opportunities for long-term, short-term, and summer research on Central and East Europe: RESEARCH and SHORT TERM GRANTS
- Eligibility - EES research scholarships are available to American citizens, with a special emphasis on scholars in the early stages of their academic careers (generally before tenure but after Ph.D.). For non-academics, an equivalent degree of professional achievement is expected. Short term research Title VIII grants are also available to American academc experts and practitioners, including advanced graduate students, engaged in specialized research requiring access to Washington, DC and its research institutions. Research scholarships will be awarded for 2-4 months of research in Washington, DC, while short-term grants are for one month.
- Project Scope - EES offers residential research scholar grants to scholars working on policy relevant projects on Central and Eastern European Countries. Projects should focus on fields in the social sciences and humanities including, but not limited to: Anthropology, History, Political Science, Slavic Languages and Literatures, and Sociology.
- Application Information - For more information or to apply, visit the Wilson Center’s website.
Application deadline: December 1, 2013 More information about these and other grant opportunities offered through the Wilson Center
European Defence Agency (EDA) & Egmont Institute Prize in European Defence, Security and Strategy
The European Defence Agency (EDA) in partnership with the Egmont Institute is inviting the best and the brightest of European scholars to submit their dissertations for the EDA-Egmont PhD Prize in European Defence, Security and Strategy. Scholars who obtained a PhD in the last academic year or the beginning of current academic year (September 1, 2012, to December 1, 2013) and who feel their findings stand out in terms of quality, innovation and impact on future EU policy are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be a citizen of an EDA Member State (all EU Member States except Denmark) or a state with an Administrative Arrangement with EDA (Switzerland, Norway). The winner will deliver a presentation EDA’s Annual Conference scheduled for March 27, 2014, in Brussels. For more information, please consult the award’s website. Deadline for submissions: December 1, 2013
2014 EUSA Haas Fund Fellowship Competition
The 2013-15 EUSA Executive Committee is pleased to announce the 2014 EUSA Haas Fund Fellowship Competition, an annual fellowship for graduate student EU-related dissertation research. Thanks entirely to contributions to the EUSA Ernst Haas Memorial Fund for EU Studies, launched in June 2003 to honor the memory of the late scholar Ernst B. Haas (1924-2003), the organization will offer one or more unrestricted fellowship of at least $1,500 to support the dissertation research of any graduate student pursuing an EU-related dissertation topic in the academic year 2013-14. Please note the following stipulations for applicants, who must:
- be pursuing the doctoral degree (PhD) at an accredited institution in any country;
- be writing a dissertation in English;
- have an EU-related, doctoral dissertation topic approved by the professor who will supervise it; and,
- be able to demonstrate clearly the relevance to EU studies of the dissertation topic.
Applicants for the fellowship should submit a one-page proposal of the project that specifies its relevance to EU Studies and describes how the fellowship would be used, a CV, and two letters of support to be sent directly to EUSA. The letters should be from professors serving on the student’s dissertation committee, and one should be the chair. Applicants should send their material to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject “2014 E.B. Haas Fund Fellowship competition.” Application deadline: January 3, 2014
2013-2014 Fulbright Specialist Program Cycle IIIB Deadline
The Fulbright Specialist Program (FSP) promotes linkages between U.S. scholars and professionals and their counterparts at host institutions overseas. The program awards grants to qualified U.S. faculty and professionals, in select disciplines, to engage in short-term collaborative two- to six-week projects at eligible institutions in over 140 countries worldwide. Shorter grant lengths give Specialists greater flexibility to pursue projects that work best with their current academic or professional commitments. Application deadline: December 23, 2013
Fulbright Program Manager & Education USA Adviser
The Commission for Educational Exchange between the US, Belgium and Luxembourg is a Fulbright Commission and EducationUSA center that advises international students about higher education in the U.S. and administers merit-based grants for graduate study (Master’s or PhD), post-doctoral research or university lecturing in the U.S. for citizens of Belgium (www.fulbright.be) and the EU (www.fulbrightschuman.eu). To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Erica Lutes at email@example.com by Friday, January 31, 2014. Candidates selected to move to the next round will be notified of their success within two weeks and interviewed by March 1. Skype interviews will be permitted for candidates applying from outside of Belgium. Application deadline: January 31, 2014
Assistant Professorships in European Global Studies at the University of Basel
The Institute for European Global Studies is an interdisciplinary research institute at Switzerland’s oldest university, the University of Basel. With an established study program on the MA level and a planned doctoral program, the Institute focuses on European Global Studies and develops concepts and methods to reveal the close interconnectedness between Europe, Asia and Africa across cultural, geographic, and linguistic borders and the consequences of such entanglements on the global and the local level. We are looking for scholars based in law, economics or social sciences with a strong record in interdisciplinary research connected to European Global Studies. See more information on career opportunities here. Application deadline: January 15. 2014
Visiting Position in European Union Politics, University of Pittsburgh
The Department of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a visiting position for a senior scholar (Associate or Full Professor) whose work focuses on the politics of the European Union. The position is for a full-time faculty member for one year, beginning in September 2014. At that time a separate search for a permanent hire in European and European Union politics is expected to take place. Please send expressions of interest, along with an up-to-date curriculum vitae, to Professor Ronald H. Linden, Chair, Visiting European Politics Search Committee, Department of Political Science, 4600 Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh, 230 S. Bouquet Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Review of applications will begin on December 1 and will continue until the position is filled. The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minority groups under-represented in academia are especially encouraged to apply.
Assistant Professor in Political Science, California State University, San Marcos
The Political Science Department of California State University, San Marcos, expects to hire one new tenure-track assistant professor beginning Fall 2014. The department is seeking an individual with a specialization in European Politics and/or Politics of Identity in Europe (race/ethnicity, religion or gender).
- Minimum requirements for the position include: Ph.D. in political science by August 2014 and evidence of the ability to establish and maintain an active and productive research program and to demonstrate a commitment to teaching at a public university.
- Preferred requirements for the position include: Evidence of effective teaching at the university level, evidence of research productivity. Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated intercultural competence with diverse groups in teaching, research, and/or service.
- Duties: The successful candidate will teach introductory Comparative Politics, courses within the area of specialization, scope and research methods, and an introductory U.S. government and politics course. Candidates should have interests in developing innovative teaching strategies, actively mentoring students, being a productive scholar, and participating in activities serving the department, college, university, and community. Candidates seeking to incorporate GIS into their classes are encouraged to apply.
Visit www.csusm.edu/facultyopportunities for more information on the application profess or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. A review of application will begin December 4 and continue until the position is filled.
Opportunities for K-14 Educators and Students
Teachers: Register a team for Euro Challenge 2014
You are invited to participate in the Euro Challenge 2014, an exciting educational opportunity for 9th- and 10th-grade high school students to learn about the European Union (EU) and its single currency, the euro. The program introduces students of global studies, world history or European studies economics and offers a unique learning experience that moves them out of the classroom into the real world. The competition is also an excellent opportunity for teachers, as teachers enlisting a team in the regional Euro Challenge are eligible to be awarded a free trip to Brussels next summer. Help your students experience the history that is unfolding before our eyes in the euro area! For the competition, students research problems and solutions to Europe’s economic challenges. A team of three to five students presents its findings in a competition format. The best teams from each region travel to New York City to compete in the national finals at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Conditional on an annual grant, winning teams can win awards and a trip to Washington generously offered by The Moody’s Foundation. Students from schools in almost 20 states compete in the Challenge. The competition requires no previous knowledge of economics or Europe, and students and teachers can access an array of educational resources and training materials on the Euro Challenge website. To help students and educators prepare, free orientations at UNC-Chapel Hill, webinars and news flashes are also provided during the year. The North Carolina European Union Center of Excellence is proud to offer an online Euro Economics “textbook” intended as an introduction to economics for teachers and students in high school grades and up. Register online today for the Euro Challenge competition! For more information about the competition in the North Carolina/Southeast region, email Alexandra Holmgren or call 919-843-9852.
Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Abroad Program (YES Abroad) Scholarships
The US Department of State’s Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Abroad (YES Abroad) program, provides competitive merit-based scholarships for U.S. secondary school students (age 15-18) to study for one academic year in select countries. The US. Department of State also provides scholarships for secondary school students (age 15-17) from countries with significant Muslim populations to study for one academic year in the United States through the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program. Learn more about YES Abroad Access the YES Abroad 2014 – 2015 program application Application deadline: January 09, 2014.
Other International Events on Campus
Is Buddhism the Missing Link in the Global History of Medicine?
December 4, 2013 from 12:30-2:00 pm | 1005 FedEx Global Education Center Join the Carolina Asia Center and C. Pierce Salguero Asst. Professor of Asian History — Penn State University, Abington College and Humanities Writ Large Visiting Faculty Fellow — Religion Department, Duke University for this lecture exploring the role of Buddhism in the crosscultural exchange of medical ideas.
War, Love, and Madness: A Film Series from Central and Southeastern Europe and Russia
Sponsored by the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures and the Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies. Join us for the final screening: Thursday, December 5, 2013 | 7:00 pm | Gardner Hall 105, UNC-Chapel Hill: Szerelmesfilm (Lovefilm) (1970) directed by István Szabó; Hungarian Full schedule of the War, Love, and Madness Film Series (PDF) This CES newsletter is sent via a moderated listserv by the Center for European Studies at UNC-CH, currently numbering more than 1,600 subscribers. To have your group’s or institution’s event and/or news items related to the study of contemporary Western Europe included in The Eurofile, simply send advanced notice to the Center at the following email: email@example.com.