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Immigration and Identity in the US and Europe (Roundtable)

Pleasant Room, Wilson Library

Please join us for an important and timely public roundtable event on immigration and identity in the US and Europe. The event will feature visiting speaker, Michaël Privot,Director of the European Network Against Racism. He will be joined by UNC faculty:Sahar Amer (Asian … Continued

Deconstructing the German Elections of 2013: Results and Consequences (Roundtable)

569 Hamilton Hall 102 Emerson Drive, Chapel Hill

A roundtable discussion with experts: Konrad Jarausch (UNC-CH, History) Helga Welsh (Wake Forest) Holger Moroff (UNC-CH, Political Science) Moderated by Klaus Larres (UNC-CH, History/PWAD) and organized in co-operation with the UNC Center for European Studies and the Peace, War and … Continued

The German Elections: Outcomes and Impact (Roundtable)

Peabody 08F Conference Room

The roundtable will be moderated by Dr. Steven E. Sokol, President and CEO of the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh. Panelists include: Patrick Altdorfer, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh Myra Marx Ferree, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison … Continued

“War Crimes and Transitional Justice in the Former Yugoslavia” (Roundtable)

FedEx Global Center #4003 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Join us for a special round-table discussion on international justice in the former Yugoslavia. Dusan Jovanovic is a National Project Officer at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Mission to Serbia. Formerly a project coordinator at the … Continued

EU-Balkan Roundtable: Crisis and Change in Bosnia and Kosovo

FedEx Global Center #1005 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Join us for a lively roundtable debate on the recent protests in Bosnia, and the landmark agreement between Serbia and Kosovo. Our panel will include Jelena Subotic, Georgia State University; Gezim Krasniqi, University of Edinburgh; Marko Zilovic, University of Belgrade; … Continued

Roundtable: “Russia, the West and War in Ukraine”

Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Center 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Roundtable: “Russia, the West and War in Ukraine” with Princeton University Associate Professor Grigore Pop-Eleches (Politics, Public and International Affairs), McGill University Associate Professor Maria Popova (Political Science), and UNC-CH Associate Professor Graeme Robertson (Political Science). Part of the 2014 CES Fall Lecture Series. For the full schedule, see CES … Continued