Explore the EU and Contemporary Europe’s People, Places, and Politics
April 12-15, 2021
An initiative of the UNC-CH Center for European Studies, Europe Week brings together students, academics, and community members to examine, debate, and share knowledge on contemporary Europe and the EU. The virtual, free public events spark discussions on the transatlantic relationship, EU politics, cuisine, and contemporary culture in the EU.
2021 Schedule of Virtual Events
All 2021 events were recorded!
Please visit our YouTube playlist to access the recordings.
Monday, April 12
Tuesday, April 13
Wednesday, April 14
Thursday, April 15
Europe Week 2021 is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. It is co-sponsored by the UNC Curriculum in Global Studies, the UNC Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense, the UNC Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, the UNC Department of Romance Studies, UNC Global, and the UNC Russian Flagship Program.
Virtual Europe Week Resources
We’ve compiled a variety of Europe-related resources for you.
In need of a dance party? Soothing tunes? Put on our Europe Week playlist — there’s something for everyone (and you can add your own recommendations)!
From classics like Good Bye Lenin to documentaries like The European, our list has you covered.
The Louvre, the Rijksmuseum, the Uffizi Gallery — the list goes on! Explore Europe’s fanciest museums from your home.
Read our Europe Week 2020 contest winners and runners up!
Follow the clues to find out who stole our EU sunglasses!
European orchestras brought to you! Enjoy our list of 5 top orchestras that have taken to the digital airwaves.
Play this European trivia Kahoot set on your own time!