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March 2021

Panel: International Careers in European Diplomacy: European Perspectives

March 4 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This panel is designed to highlight employment opportunities within European diplomacy, with representatives from the EU Delegation to the USA, the European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington D.C., consuls, and a US State Department Diplomat in Residence. In the first hour, the panelists will talk about what their positions entail, what entry-position employment opportunities are available, and what kind of skills are needed for prospective applicants, with the last half hour reserved for answering Q&As from the online audience. This…

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Race, Human Rights, and Populism in Poland: A Symposium

March 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

In the past thirty years, Poland has been taken as a bellwether for the political direction of East Central Europe. A country whose Solidarity movement, roundtable about a peaceful transition to multi-party rule, and elections in June 1989 helped end decades of Communist rule in the region, it was heralded as one of a small number of countries at the vanguard of an imagined inevitable transition to liberal democracy and a market economy. Indeed, Poland was part of the first…

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Women’s Leadership in the Federal Government Panel

March 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Women have long been underrepresented in key sectors of the United States federal government, and especially in positions of leadership in the US federal government. This is particularly true for women of color. While recognizing these facts, this panel highlights women who have held or currently hold positions of leadership working for our country. They will talk about their careers, provide advice to others looking to enter US government service, consider the challenges specific to women in government leadership, and…

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Get to Know the EU Institutions: EU Commission

March 11 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Ever wanted to know how the EU works? The UNC Center for European Studies (CES) is hosting a spring webinar series on EU institutions! The March 11 webinar focuses on the European Commission. Speakers include Holger Moroff, faculty in the UNC-CH Department of Political Science, and Allison Haskins, CES outreach coordinator. Please RSVP for this virtual event. Speakers Allison Haskins is the outreach coordinator for the UNC Center for European Studies. Allison studied abroad as an undergrad at Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen,…

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Federalism in Crisis: U.S. and German Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 12 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

UNC TransAtlantic Masters Program alum Brandon Bohrn will discuss his first solo publication for the Bertelsmann Foundation, Federalism in Crisis: U.S. and German Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The publication elucidates the key cultural, structural, institutional, and political elements of both federal systems, and explores how these characteristics have impacted the interplay between federal, state, and local actors during the pandemic. In essence, it helps to explain why we have largely seen conflict and dysfunction in the U.S. and cooperation…

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TransAtlantic Masters Program Alumni Panel

March 19 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Please mark your calendars and save the date for the next TransAtlantic Masters Program alumni panel! We are planning to hold our panel discussion on Friday, March 19th. These alumni events provide an excellent opportunity to find out more about TAM and to meet program graduates, students, administrators, and professors. Alumni will talk about their experience in the program and their career trajectory. Please RSVP for this virtual event. We hope to see you there! Panelists Katja Greeson '19 Katja…

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On Numbers and Feelings: Antisemitism in Germany Today

March 26 @ 2:00 am - 4:00 pm

This event is organized by the NC German Studies Seminar and Workshop Series. For the most updated details and information on joining the event, please visit the NCGSWS website. New NCGS Series “CHALLENGING CONVERSATIONS”: STEFANIE SCHÜLER-SPRINGORUM I Director of and Professor at the Zentrum für Antisemitismusforschung of the TU Berlin Antisemitism seems to be on the rise, in Germany and elsewhere. However, the scope of this rise, its reason, its agents and last but not least its meaning, as well…

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April 2021

The Human Dimension of Heritage in the EU

April 6 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

This panel will consider both the human rights law dimension of cultural heritage, and the role that heritage plays in protecting and realizing all human rights, comprising cultural rights. Our speakers will first explain that human rights law is central for the legal operationalization of heritage as it responds to the increasing global awareness of the value of heritage for societal relations, intergenerational and inter-community dialogue, development and peace. Then, while focusing on community participation and inclusion, the relationship between…

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Get to Know the EU Institutions: EU Parliament

April 8 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Ever wanted to know how the EU works? The UNC Center for European Studies (CES) is hosting a spring webinar series on EU institutions! The April 8 webinar focuses on the European Parliament. Speakers include Holger Moroff, faculty in the UNC-CH Department of Political Science, and Allison Haskins, CES outreach coordinator. Please RSVP for this virtual event. Speakers Allison Haskins is the outreach coordinator for the UNC Center for European Studies. Allison studied abroad as an undergrad at Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen,…

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Screening: Go-Go City: Displacement & Protest in Washington, DC

April 9 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Bertelsmann Foundation documentary "Go-Go City: Displacement & Protest in Washington, DC" focuses on the intersection of go-go and the protests over racial justice that have proliferated across the city for the better part of 2020. The documentary dives into the rich tapestry of Washington’s culture and sound, as well as the forces of economic and cultural gentrification that stand to mute them. The film interweaves scenes of protest as displaced communities rally around the city’s beloved Go-Go music to…

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