Be part of the dialogue
Whether you've never been to Europe before, or you've seen every capital from Dublin to Nicosia, there's always something to learn about this dynamic continent. All of the events below are open to the public, and we welcome community involvement! From first-year undergraduate, to senior researcher, to community member, you are welcome and we'd love to see you at one of our events on Contemporary Europe.
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Click here to view past events, and please feel free to browse the following four CES-sponsored event series.
CES Friday Lecture Series | Fall 2016
The CES Friday Lecture lecture series is hosted by the TransAtlantic Masters Program, and is comprised of talks on European topics that will be held most Fridays during fall semester 2016. Please click on the button below to view more information.
"Turkey Today" Lecture Series
The "Turkey Today" lecture series is comprised of three talks on Turkey's current events, to be held at UNC during Fall 2016. Please click on the button below to view details.
Carolina Gender, War and Culture Series
This interdisciplinary and transatlantic series explores how gender contributed to the shaping of warfare and the military and was at the same time transformed by them.
NC German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series
This project aims to open academic dialogues to the general public to raise awareness of the importance of Germany for the cultural literacy of all NC citizens.