of the Center for European Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill
September 20, 2006
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CES Fall Speakers Series (*please note room change for the talk on September 22)
European Film Screenings
In collaboration with Prof. Martine Antle's course on Identities in Contemporary European Cinema and the Languages Across the Curriculum program, CES is sponsoring a series of film screenings on Tuesday evenings during the fall semester. The series is free and open to the campus community, and a short discussion of the films will follow the screenings. All films will be shown in their original language with English subtitles; the LAC discussions will be in French. Individuals wishing to attend only the film screenings are free to leave before the discussion. A full listing of the films is available here.
September 26, 2006
October 3, 2006
European Union/Transatlantic Relations PhD Database
Network of European Union Centers of Excellence in the United States (EUCE)
would like to invite graduate students pursuing a doctoral degree in topics
related to the European Union or Transatlantic relations to submit their
names and dissertation information to a new database of PhD dissertations
currently under construction. The goal of the database is to help doctoral
students identify fellow candidates working in similar areas in the United
States and anywhere else in the world. Please go to the EUCE
Network website and download a short form which can be filled out and
returned on-line. Thank you to everyone who has submitted so far! The Center
for European Studies serves as the network coordinator for EU Centers of
Excellence in the United States.
Study and Research in Germany
September 21, 2006 | 4pm | 413 Dey Hall
Berlin Program Fellowship: Request for Research Proposals
The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies is pleased to solicit applications for its next fellowship competition. The program offers fellowships to scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on the period since the mid-19th century for a research period in Berlin between 10-12 months. The Berlin Program Fellowships are awarded for doctoral dissertation field research as well as postdoctoral research. Fellowship stipends are EUR 1100 per month for fellows working on a dissertation project and EUR 1400 per month for recent Ph.D.'s. The program accepts applications from U.S. and Canadian nationals or permanent residents. Applicants for a dissertation fellowship must be full-time graduate students who have completed all coursework required for the Ph.D. and must have achieved ABD (all but dissertation) status by the time the proposed research stay in Berlin begins. Also eligible are U.S. and Canadian Ph.D.s who have received their doctorates within the past two calendar years. For details, please open the flyer (PDF format) or download an application form at http://userpage.fu-berlin.de/~bprogram/
Deadline: December 1, 2006
Coloniality at Large: From the Peripheries of the European Union (Romania, Hungary, and Ireland)
September 29 | 12:00 - 5:30p.m. | Conference Room, Multicultural Center
at the Bryan Center, Duke University
Sponsored by: The Center for European Studies, UNC; The Center for European Studies, Duke University; The Department of History, Duke University & The Center for International Studies, Duke University.
For more details,
view the workshop
Position Vacancy: Europe/Comparative Political Economy
European Politics Search Committee; Department of Political Science; University
of Pittsburgh; 4600 Posvar Hall; Pittsburgh, PA 15260.
Deadline: October 1, 2006
Position Vacancy: Chair in Contemporary Turkish Studies
School of Economics and Political Science
We seek an outstanding candidate to provide academic leadership in research, teaching and related public activities. Preference may be given to candidates in political economy, economics, or public policy - but candidates in other social science disciplines are encouraged to apply. The appointee will be expected to have a good knowledge of the Turkish language and society. For further information on the Institute, visit the website.
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Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Kevin Featherstone, Director of the European Institute, at: email@example.com Please quote job reference number: SA/05/04.
Deadline: October 6, 2006
Jean Monnet Research Fellowship
The University of Michigan Law School is pleased to announce the 2007-2008 Jean Monnet Research Fellowship competition. This Fellowship provides up to $20,000 for a six-month stay at the University of Michigan Law School to complete a publishable work on European integration. It is intended primarily for law professors researching European integration, but is open to academics from other disciplines as well.
For more information, please visit the University of Michigan Law School website.
Deadline: December 1, 2006
Guanajuato, Mexico: Photo Exhibition and Discussion
September 21 | 3:00 pm | UCIS Conference Room
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