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UNC History’s Mary Walters on Albania and Genocide

February 13, 2017

  Mary Elizabeth Walters, a Ph.D. candidate in military history at UNC, stresses the importance of challenging genocidal rhetoric and recognizing it as the first step towards violence. Walters explores the inevitable path connecting genocidal rhetoric and genocidal violence in … Continued

Public Debt Workshop

February 3, 2017

Authors Alexis Metzger and Kylee Vaughn are first years majoring in Contemporary European Studies, and have assured admission into the TransAtlantic Masters (TAM) Program through Excel in Europe @ Carolina. They attended “The Politics of EU Debt Management in the EU and … Continued

EURO Major Sylvia Roper Talks About the Program

January 23, 2017

What led to your interest in contemporary Europe and the Contemporary European Studies major? I declared my double major—Political Science and Contemporary European Studies—as a freshman at UNC. My interaction with the European continent started at a young age—as an … Continued

Why Europe/Where is Europe heading to?

August 12, 2016

Dr. Claudia Matthes, Director of Studies, International MA Programs, Humboldt University, Berlin, is our first Jean Monnet Center of Excellence EU Visiting Scholar in residence. View more details on Dr. Matthes’ role at UNC and her contact information on the … Continued

The Eurofile Extended | July 27

July 27, 2016

The following is a web version of our CES Newsletter, the Eurofile, that we emailed to our listserv on July 27, 2016. If you would like to receive the next newsletter straight to your inbox, please subscribe with the link … Continued