Conferences and Teaching
Klaus Larres & Tobias Hof: Terrorism, Immigration, Integration in the EU, November 9-10, 2017
- This project took place as a panel during the Transnational Terrorism Today: How Do the Transatlantic Allies Deal with Terrorism? conference.
Evelyne Huber & John Stephens: Toward Europe 2020: Social Investment, Social Inclusion, and Employment, June 22-24, 2017
- This project took place as several panels/workshops during the Annual Research Committee on Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy (RC 19) conference.
Liesbet Hooghe & Gary Marks: Chapel Hill Expert Survey Workshop, May 18-19, 2017
- This project took place as a workshop during the Rejected Europe. Beloved Europe. Cleavage Europe? conference.
Rahsaan Maxwell: Immigration and European Identity Roundtable, April 7, 2017
Richard Myers: Criminal Law, Procedure, and Sentencing in the EU, April 6-8, 2017
- This project took place during the Ninth Conference on the Future of Adversarial and Inquisitorial Systems.
Layna Mosley: The Politics of Debt Management in EU Nations, November 10, 2016
Milada Vachudova: European Union Enlargement and Foreign Policy, Fall 2016
- Panel 1: Corruption and the Erosion of Democracy in Southeastern Europe
Friday, October 28 at 12pm, Room: FedEx 4003
- Panel 2: Repayment as Repentance? The Price of Human Rights Abuses
Friday December 2 at 12pm, Room: FedEx 3009
The CES Friday Lecture lecture series is hosted by the TransAtlantic Masters Program, and for the period of the JMCE grant, comprised talks on European topics that were held most Fridays | Fall Semester
As a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, the UNC Center for European Studies offered this capstone course designed for undergraduate and graduate students who have been studying Europe and the EU. The course is team-taught by faculty affiliated with the Center, including the Center’s Director John Stephens and the 2015-18 Jean Monnet Chair Milada Vachudova as well as by the JMCE Visiting Scholars. | Spring Semesters 2016-18