Lecture | March 4 | 12 p.m. | 201 Moses Hall
Maartje van der Woude, Leiden Law School (Netherlands)
These past two decades the European Union has been hit by two so-called "crises": the financial or "Euro" crisis of 2008 and the 2015-2016 migration crisis. Whereas both crises have fed into euro-sceptic sentiments, it is safe to say that the response to the financial crisis at least seemed to be somewhat coordinated and uniform with EU member states coming together to reinforce the monetary... More >
Lecture | March 5 | 12:50-2 p.m. | Boalt Hall, School of Law, Room 130
Eva Anduiza, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
In March 2018 thousands of women took the streets in Spain to protest against gender inequality, discrimination and sexual Violence following the social media campaigns #metoo, #yotambién and #cuéntalo.
The presentation explores the causes and consequence of the participation in these events using panel survey data.
What is the effect of sociodemographic characteristics, motivations and... More >
The Future of European Research via the lenses of the Horizon EU research and innovation programme 2021-2027
Lecture | March 6 | 12-1 p.m. | 201 Moses Hall
Jekaterina Novikova, EU Fellow at the IES
Jekaterina Novikova, EU fellow at the Institute of European Studies at UC Berkeley and Innovation Policy Coordinator at the European Commission, will speak about Horizon EU, a European research and innovation programme. This talk will highlight the process of the preparation of the programme based on the lessons learned from the previous programs, its building blocks, key novelties, and... More >
Lecture | March 7 | 12-1 p.m. | 201 Moses Hall
Dariusz Adamski, University of Wrocław
Could it be that one of the most extraordinary experiments in international reconciliation and community-building in the history of mankind European integration after World War II has contributed to what European Commission President Juncker once dubbed galloping populism? Seeking an answer to this question, Dariusz Adamski will dissect the nature of the major economic policies of the... More >
Lecture | March 7 | 5 p.m. | Wheeler Hall, 315 - Maude Fife Room
Barry McCrea, University of Notre Dame
This talk looks at the difficulties faced by minor languages in founding traditions of the realist novel, and explores what these difficulties can tell us about the nature of the genre itself.
Speaker: Barry McCrea is a novelist and scholar of modern European, Latin American, and Irish literature. He most recent book is Languages of the Night: Minor Languages and the Literary Imagination in... More >
Balancing Between the Institutional and Alternative: Strategies for Collectively Performing Cinema across the Geographic and Ideological Borders of the Cold War
Lecture | March 7 | 5-6 p.m. | 223 Moses Hall
Megan Hoetger, UC Berkeley Performance Studies
At a time when non-, anti-, and counter-cinema practices faced heavy state censorship with little in the way of art institutional or film industrial support, filmmakers and artists forged new ways of circulating their work at local levels, as well as across national borders. Looking to the Viennese context as a case study, this talk examines the entangled development of two forms of artist... More >