Europe Week at Carolina

A Europe Week 2019 brand image with dates April 6012.

EXPLORE THE EU AND CONTEMPORARY EUROPE’S PEOPLE, PLACES, AND POLITICS | April 6-12, 2019

We hope you are able to join us for Europe Week 2019 at Carolina! An initiative of the UNC-CH Center for European Studies, the series brings together students, academics, and community members to examine, eat, drink, debate, and share knowledge on contemporary Europe and the EU. The coming films, art and public talks will spark discussions on social justice, the transatlantic relationship and contemporary culture in the EU. Student performances, photos and community stories will showcase local connections to Europe. Keep an eye out for updates on the 2019 lineup of thought, food and food for thought!

 
The deadline has passed for submitting essays for our EU Today Essay Contest! Visit the EU Today Essay Contest event page for the prompt and full information, and come out to our closing reception to meet the winners!
 

Schedule of Events

 

Saturday, April 6
4:30pm
Varsity Theater

Wednesday, April 10
5:30pm
FedEx Global Education Center, Room 1005

 

Sunday, April 7
11:30am-1pm
FedEx Global Education Center, Room 1005
Please RSVP by March 30

Thursday, April 11
5:30-7pm
Chapel Hill Public Library

 

Monday, April 8
5:30pm
FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium

Friday, April 12
9:30am
FedEx Global Education Center, Room 1005

 

Tuesday, April 9
6pm
Ackland Art Museum
Featuring special presentation on European textiles
Please RSVP by March 30

Friday, April 12
5:30pm
FedEx Global Education Center, Atrium

 


 
 

     Funded by the generous Getting to Know Europe grant from the European Union Delegation to the United States.


 

ORGANIZERS

CES Stars Full Color
 
EURO Major Logo 2016 Carolina Blue
 
TAM Full Color

CO-SPONSORS


 

 

 
 
UNC Dept of Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures, UNC Dept of Romance Studies, UNC Dept of Music, UNC Dept of Political Science, UNC Curriculum in Global Studies Ackland Art Museum, UNC Women’s & Gender Studies; Carolina Public Humanities, Chapel Hill Public Library, European Horizons, Foreign Language Association of North Carolina, International Focus, Inc., National Humanities Center