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Professor Susan Pennybacker to deliver Friday lecture 9/26

September 24, 2014

Professor Susan Dabney Pennybacker, Chalmers W. Poston Distinguished Professor of European History in the UNC-CH History Department, will speak in the CES-TAM Fall Lecture Series on Friday, September 26. Her talk title is “Transnational British studies: race, empire and independence … Continued

TAM Students to Attend Conference at UNC

September 15, 2014

This week TAM students will have the opportunity to attend a professional conference on the UNC-CH campus, A Global Perspective on the European Crisis. Speakers in from out of town include Antonio De Lecea, of the European Union Delegation to … Continued

Bremen Delegation Visits CES

September 12, 2014

This week officials from the University of Bremen (UB) in Germany made a visit to UNC-CH. The Center for European Studies was very pleased to welcome Prof. Dr. Yasemin Karakasoglu, UB Vice Rector for Intercultural and International Affairs, Dr. Annette … Continued

TAM Students Welcomed at a Fall Reception

September 12, 2014

In early September, TAM students gathered at Professor John Stephens’ home in Chapel Hill for a welcome reception in their honor. Program administrators, faculty, PhD students and other friends of TAM joined the festivities. Dinner was served and a fine … Continued

CES Director John Stephens speaks at Friday Lecture Series

September 12, 2014

John Stephens, UNC Professor in the Departments of Political Science and Sociology and Director of the Center for European Studies, spoke in our fall lecture series on Sept 12. His talk was titled “Income inequality and redistribution in postindustrial democracies.” Full … Continued

First Fall Friday Lecture – 8/29/14

August 28, 2014

Our first fall Friday lecture will take place on August 29th at noon on the 4th floor of the FedEx Global Education Center. UNC-CH Associate Professor of Political Science Rahsaan Maxwell will give a talk titled “What Makes Muslims Feel … Continued

The Center for European Studies Welcomes the TAM Class of 2016!

August 25, 2014

The Center for European Studies is pleased to welcome the 2014-2016 TransAtlantic Masters Class to UNC-CH. There are sixteen in-coming students this year. Those in our TransAtlantic Studies (TAM I), European Governance (TAM II), and German-Turkish Studies (TAM III) tracks … Continued

Why Europe Matters

July 8, 2014

This past semester we asked TAM students studying in Chapel Hill, Prague, Bath, Paris, and Berlin to comment on Europe’s relevance. We told them to respond with a photo they had taken. Many of the photos show a meeting of … Continued