Newsletter of the Center for European Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill 
February 8, 2012


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This week we have:
1. CES News
2. European News, Lectures and Events
3. Grants and Fellowships
4. Call for Proposals
5. Seminars, Workshops and Programs
6. K-12 Schools & Community Colleges
7. EUSA Corner
8. Other International Studies News

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CES News

CES Faculty Curriculum Development Awards

CES Award CompetitionCES promotes innovative course development on contemporary Europe. Faculty awards are available to develop new undergraduate or graduate European courses or to substantially revise existing courses to include significant European content. Courses developed under this program should be offered during the academic year following the summer of the award. After this first offering, the courses should be regularly scheduled in departmental course offerings.

For details, visit www.unc.edu/depts/europe/research_funding/fundingfaculty.htm

Extended Deadline: February 24, 2012

Upcoming LAC Pedagogy Workshops

Languages Across the CurriculumUNC's Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC) Program invites graduate students and faculty to attend our upcoming workshops. Participation in at least one LAC workshop is strongly recommended for graduate students who wish to apply for upcoming instructional positions. Space is limited; please email lac@unc.edu to attend.

Introduction to LAC Training Workshop
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 / 10:00am - 12:00pm
FedEx Global Education Center, 4th Floor (room 4003)

Participants in this pedagogy workshop will:

  • Become familiar with the philosophy, objectives, and characteristics of Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum;
  • Learn about UNC-Chapel Hill's LAC program and see examples of syllabi and materials from past courses;
  • Consider effective instructional strategies for the language-based content classroom;
  • Design a brief LAC lesson plan, in collaboration with fellow participants.

LAC Best Practices Teaching Workshop
Tuesday, April 3, 2012 / 10:00am - 12:00pm
FedEx Global Education Center, room 3009

This teaching workshop provides a forum for sharing ideas, practical advice, and instructional resources on LAC. Please email Tanya Kinsella at kinsella@unc.edu if you are interested in contributing a short paper or presentation at this workshop.

This workshop series is sponsored by UNC's Center for European Studies, Center for Global Initiatives, Institute for the Study of the Americas, African Studies Center, and Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations, and is made possible by Title VI grants from the US Department of Education.

To learn more about LAC at UNC, email lac@unc.edu or visit www.unc.edu/lac.

Apply for a Fall 2012 LAC Teaching Position

Graduate students are needed to lead these Fall 2012 LAC sections:

  • FRENCH discussion section for INTS 210: Global Issues
  • GERMAN discussion section for HIST 159: 20th-Century Europe
  • SPANISH discussion section for INTS 210: Global Issues

To qualify for a LAC instructor position, applicants must be enrolled as a graduate student AND be employed as a full-time teaching assistant at UNC-Chapel Hill during the Fall 2012 semester. We seek experienced instructors who are native speakers or who possess advanced proficiency in the target language. Preference will be given to applicants who have attended a LAC pedagogy workshop and/or are pursuing the Graduate Certificate in LAC Instruction.

For more information and application instructions, visit www.unc.edu/areastudies/degreeprograms/lac-tas-call.html.

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 5, 2012

UNC EUCE Competition for Undergraduate Travel to Brussels

Brussels, BelgiumTwo awards will be made to UNC undergraduate students for participation in a summer program funded by the European Commission. Students from EU Centers of Excellence across the US will join a four day study tour of EU institutions in Brussels (travel expected June 2012). Each award will include funds for travel, accommodation, and per diems. Priority will be given to students having declared a major in Contemporary European Studies (EURO). Interested students should visit www.unc.edu/depts/europe/research_funding/fundingundergrad.htm for more information and application materials.

Application Deadline: March 16, 2012


European News, Lectures and Events

The European Union and the Crisis of Global Governance: Lecture and Workshop with Mark Mazower

Mark MazowerThursday, February 16, 2012 | 7:30 - 9:00pm | UNC-Chapel Hill, Hanes Hall Auditorium
Mark Mazower, Ira D. Wallach Professor of World Order Studies and professor of history at Columbia University, will deliver the 2012 Reckford Lecture, presented by the Institute for the Arts and Humanities (IAH). Mazower, director of both the Center for International History and the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia, is an expert on the history of Europe since 1940 and will speak to The European Union and the Crisis of Global Governance.

Immediately following the lecture, the IAH will host a reception and book signing in the Hanes Art Center for Mazower.

This event is free and open to the public. For details, please visit http://iah.unc.edu/calendar/reckford2012

Workshop with Mark Mazower: Minorities, Institutions and Human Rights: World War I to Libya
Friday, February 17, 2012 | 2:00 - 5:00pm | Pleasants Room, Wilson Library
This workshop will explore some of the key themes prevalent in Mark Mazower's work by examining questions of human rights, minority protection, immigration policy and interaction with Islam. It will draw on an interdisciplinary spectrum of current research at UNC, and include concrete examples ranging from Africa to the US. Professor Mazower will offer comments and suggestions for further research. Moderation: Konrad J. Jarausch (UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of History)

Please register before Wednesday, February 15, 2012 with Steve Milder: smilder@unc.edu

For details, please visit http://www.unc.edu/ncgs/nextworkshop.html

Sponsored by North Carolina German Studies Seminar Series in co-operation with: Carolina Seminars, The Carolina-Duke Ph.D. Program in German Studies, the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute for the Arts and Humanities, the UNC-Chapel Hill Program in the Humanities and Human Values, the Centers for European Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University, and the Departments of Germanic Languages and Literatures and History at Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill.

Triangle Global British History Seminar

Friday, February 10, 2012 | 4:00pm | National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park
Martin Wiener (Rice and National Humanities Center) will present English Liberalism’s Three Faces in the Empire.

North Carolina German Studies Seminar

Flag and outline of GermanySunday, February 26, 2012 | 5:00 - 7:00pm | Hyde Hall | Institute for the Arts and Humanities | UNC-Chapel Hill
As part of the North Carolina German Studies Seminar & Workshop Series, Sarah Vierra (UNC-Chapel Hill)
will present a seminar entitled From the Hinterhof to the Street Front: The Place and Purpose of Turkish Mosques in West Germany.

As the Turkish immigrant population in the Federal Republic of Germany shifted from a temporary workforce to an established, multi-generational community, its mosques, too, developed to reflect the changing needs and interests of their users. In her presentation Vierra examines the mosque as a religious, cultural, and social space for Germany's Turkish community, focusing in particular on its contested location both apart from and within German society. She explores the intersections of purpose, use and physicality, and analyzes how these elements affected Turkish Muslims' belonging in the FRG from the 1970s to the early 2000s. In so doing, she shows how the mosque served both as a space apart from German society and as a bridge that enabled Turkish Muslims to feel more settled in their new home. Sarah Thomsen Vierra recently received her doctorate in Modern European history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she currently serves as an instructor. Her dissertation, entitled "At Home in Almanya? Turkish-German Spaces of Belonging in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1961-1990," examines the role of space and place in the construction of belonging of Turkish immigrants and their children in West Germany.

Refreshments and drinks will be served after the seminar. Please register with Stephen Milder in a timely fashion.

For more information, please visit www.unc.edu/ncgs/seminars.html.

In conjunction with the Center for European Studies. Sponsored by Carolina Seminars, the UNC-Chapel Hill Institute for the Arts and Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill Program in the Humanities and Human Values, and the Departments of Germanic Languages and Literatures and History at Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill.

Who Do You Call When You Want to Call Europe?

Ambassador Vale de AlmeidaA MESSAGE FROM  AMBASSADOR JOÃO VALE DE ALMEIDA
HEAD OF DELEGATION
Delegation of the European Union to the United States

Just over a year ago, the European Union launched the European External Action Service, the EU’s official diplomatic service. The timing could not have been more important. The large-scale challenges of the past year—particularly the transformative events of the Arab Spring—have required the kind of strong and coordinated EU response that the European External Action Service can provide.

The international community has supported this development; in May 2011, the EU was the first regional body granted the right to speak as a bloc at the UN General Assembly, allowing us to present common positions.

I invite you to learn more about the European External Action Service, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton, and the strides that we have made during our first year in the current issue of EU Insight (PDF).

Grants and Fellowships

DAAD/AICGS Research Fellowship Program

AICGS: American Institute for Contemporary German StudiesThe DAAD/AICGS Research Fellowship Program, funded by a generous grant from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD), is designed to bring scholars and specialists working on Germany, Europe, and/or transatlantic relations to AICGS for research stays of two months each. Fellowships include a monthly stipend of up to $4,725, depending on the seniority of the applicant; transportation to and from Washington; and office space at the Institute.

Please note that the DAAD/AICGS Research Fellowship supports fellows conducting research at AICGS in Washington, DC. We are unable to support research in Germany/Europe.

DAAD/AICGS Research Fellows will be expected to produce a short analytical essay that will be published on the AICGS website and distributed via the Institute’s targeted analysis newsletter, The AICGS Advisor. For fellows producing research output of exceptional quality and interest, AICGS will provide opportunities for public presentations to the broader Washington policy community.

Project proposals should address a topic closely related to one or more of the Institute’s three research and programming areas:

  1. Business and Economics
  2. Foreign and Domestic Policy
  3. Society, Culture & Politics

For more information, please visit our website: http://www.aicgs.org/employment/daad-aicgs-research-fellowship/

Application Deadline for Fall 2012 (July – December 2012): February 28, 2012

Climate Media Fellowship

The Climate NetworkThe Heinrich Boell Foundation welcomes applications for its Climate Media Fellowship 2012. The EU and Germany have embarked on an ambitious transition toward a low carbon economy where great emphasis is placed on the role of increased energy efficiency and renewable energy in securing economic opportunities for business and industry. The goal of the Climate Media Fellowship is to familiarize US energy experts with the European and German experiences and policy solutions and communicate these into the US policy debate on a local, regional and national level.

The Climate Media Fellowship is open to media journalists from the United States who are eager to learn and report about the European and/or German energy transition in the U.S. Ideally, the reports and articles resulting from the Climate Media Fellows’ research will subsequently be published widely across the United States.

For more information, please visit http://www.boell.de/climate-transatlantic/ and view the call for papers (PDF): http://www.boell.de/downloads/Climate_Media_Fellowship_2012_-_Call_for_Applications.pdf

Application Deadline: February 29, 2012


Call for Proposals

Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union

European Union Center of California: Scripps College, ClaremontApril 12-13, 2012 at Scripps College, Claremont, California
The primary purpose of this conference is to enhance undergraduate training in and knowledge of the European Union and US-European relations. In addition, the aim of the conference is to allow students with expertise in different areas to interact with each other as well as with faculty, foster intercampus cooperation, and recognize the excellent work achieved by students. Envisioned as an intercampus undergraduate seminar, the participating campuses simultaneously offer courses on the issues relevant in Europe today, integrating the conference with the student’s curriculum to encourage student initiated research and presentations.

Students may pursue a wide range of topics that reflect their interest, expertise, and past research. Topics may deal with any aspect of European integration or transatlantic relations.

Conference Fees and Travel Expenses for UC and Claremont Colleges Members:

There are no conference fees and all approved travel related expenses for accepted participants (coach-fare air travel, shuttle, hotel room + tax for 2 nights, conference meals) will be coordinated and paid for or reimbursed by the European Union Center of California.

Conference Fees and Travel Expenses for All Other Campuses:

There are no conference fees for up to two authors per paper. The Center will cover hotel room + tax for 2 nights and conference meals for accepted participants. Participants are responsible for travel.

For more information, please visit http://eucenter.scrippscollege.edu/student-resources/claremont-uc-undergraduate-research-conference

Application deadline: February 15, 2012


Seminars, Workshops and Programs

Shared Tables: A Triangle Symposium on Local and Global Food Studies

Shared TablesShared Tables: A Triangle Symposium on Local and Global Food Studies
February 28th to February 29th | UNC - Chapel Hill and Duke University

Shared Tables: A Triangle Symposium on Local and Global Food Studies provides a forum for both local and global experts to explore key issues related to food studies in an inter-disciplinary academic and community gathering.  The symposium will take place over two days: February 28 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and February 29 at Duke University.  Registration is required.  Space is limited. 

Tom PhilpottFebruary 28 | Shared Tables: Global Food Studies
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM | University Room, Hyde Hall
5:30 PM to 9:00 PM | FedEx Global Education Center

The first day of the symposium at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill explores key issues related to food and sustainability from a global perspective. Symposium participants from academic, business, social media, and NGO backgrounds will engage in a dialogue about global food realities, including how the globalization of the food supply impacts production, economics, practical solutions, safety, security, and sustainability. Tom Philpott of Mother Jones Magazine will address the audience as the keynote speaker that evening, speaking on the world's most recalcitrant problem:  how to feed the word in a sustainable manner.  Reception prior to lecture.

Will AllenFebruary 29 | Shared Tables: Local and National Food Studies
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM | Von Cannon Room, Bryan Center
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM | Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center

The second day of the symposium at Duke University focuses on sustainable food systems and food cultures both nationally and in our local triangle community. We will hear from students, faculty, and local leaders about policy, grassroots work, and scholarship in food, both in the humanities and social sciences.  Will Allen of Growing Power will give the keynote address that evening, sharing his experience of building urban farms in Milwaukee, Chicago and beyond.

Managing sponsors: Triangle University Food Studies (TUFS) • UNC Kenan-Flagler Center for Sustainable Enterprise • UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies (CSEEES)

Key Partners: Duke Franklin Humanities Institute • UNC Institute for the Arts and Humanities • The Splinter Group • Whole Foods

The Center for European Studies is one of the program's symposium partners. For the full list of sponsors, and for program details, visit http://sharedtablessymp.wordpress.com

EU Visitors Program

EU and US FlagsThe European Union Visitors Program (EUVP) invites young, promising leaders from countries outside the European Union to visit Europe to gain a first-hand appreciation of the EU's goals, policies and peoples and to increase mutual understanding between professionals from non-EU countries and their EU counterparts.

The EUVP is jointly sponsored and administered by the European Parliament and the European Commission. An EUVP visit consists of an individual 5- to 8-day program of meetings with EU officials at the EU institutions in Brussels, Strasbourg and/or Luxembourg. All programs are coordinated and arranged by the EUVP Secretariat rather than by individual participants. Travel and per diem costs are covered by the EUVP.

Young professionals aged in their mid-20s to mid-40s in government, media, education, business, and non-profits with career-related interests in the EU are encouraged to apply.

For more information, please visit www.eurunion.org/eu/European-Union-Visitors-Program.html

Application Deadline: March 1, 2012

2012 EU Studies Summer Program in Brussels

Brussels summer program group
July 9 - August 10, 2012

The European Union Centers of Excellence at the University of Washington and University of Wisconsin are pleased to announce the 2012 EU Studies Summer Program in Brussels, hosted and co-organized by the Institute for European Studies at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). This program is supported by grant funds from the European Commission.

This is an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students pursuing degrees at US and Canadian universities to study the EU up close with leading experts from both sides of the Atlantic; and to gain an understanding of the "real world" of EU institutions through discussions with officials and site visits in Brussels, the political capital of the European Union. The program includes site visits to EU institutions in Brussels and Luxembourg, along with several special group activities and meals.

A limited number of grants from the EU Center of Excellence are available on a competitive basis to students on this program. UW students are additionally eligible to apply for the quarterly International Programs & Exchanges (IPE) scholarship. Non-UW students may also qualify for funding from their home institution.

Application forms and info available at: http://jsis.washington.edu/euc/brussels/

Application Deadline: February 24, 2012

Brands and Branding in Law, Accounting, and Marketing

The Next GenerationApril 12-13, 2012 | Chapel Hill, NC
Join a rare gathering of thought leaders in academia and the private sector to examine the intricacies of valuing, accounting for and managing brands and other intangible assets in the global marketplace and what the future may hold.

Hear top scholars present the latest findings on maximizing brand value and return.

Space is limited. Early bird registration by February 29, 2012. Limited sponsorship opportunities available. Co-sponsored by the Center for European Studies.

Get details and register at http://www.kenaninstitute.unc.edu/nextGen

Spring University Prague 2012

Spring University Prague 2012April 16th - April 27th, 2012 | Prague, Czech Republic
The objective of the Spring University Prague 2012, “East goes west - West goes east? Searching for a new European order after 1990,” is to provide students with a broad understanding of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of Europe after 1990. The course provides an interdisciplinary approach and combines multiple learning methods, such as lectures, workshops, round-table discussions, group-work and student presentations.

Students will not only have the opportunity to explore a range of interesting topics and gain valuable insights into the current challenges and risks to the development of Europe, but will also improve their research and presentation skills. Moreover, the numerous free-time activities will provide a chance to enjoy the wide range of attractions that Prague has to offer. 

For more information, visit http://spring-university.fsv.cuni.cz/


K-12 Schools & Community Colleges

EU Visitors ProgramEU Visitors Program

The European Union Visitors Program (EUVP) invites young, promising leaders from countries outside the European Union to visit Europe to gain a first-hand appreciation of the EU's goals, policies and peoples and to increase mutual understanding between professionals from non-EU countries and their EU counterparts.

The EUVP is jointly sponsored and administered by the European Parliament and the European Commission. An EUVP visit consists of an individual 5- to 8-day program of meetings with EU officials at the EU institutions in Brussels, Strasbourg and/or Luxembourg. All programs are coordinated and arranged by the EUVP Secretariat rather than by individual participants. Travel and per diem costs are covered by the EUVP.

Educators are eligible to participate. For more information, please visit www.eurunion.org/eu/European-Union-Visitors-Program.html

Application Deadline: March 1, 2012

World View March Seminars

World ViewLatin America and North Carolina
March 27-28, 2012 (1.5 days)
Co-sponsored by the UNC-Duke Consortium for Latin American and Caribbean Studies & The Jack and Mary McCall Foundation

This seminar offers insights into Latin America and support for K-12 and community college educators, from all grade-levels and subject areas, facing the challenges and opportunities of our growing immigrant student population. Help your Hispanic/Latino students succeed in school by learning more about the region, critical issues facing Latino students, and new teaching strategies to support students and their families.

Complexity and Vibrancy of Africa
March 28-29, 2012 (1.5 days)

Co-sponsored by the UNC African Studies Center

This program will engage K-16 educators from all grade levels and disciplines in learning about an important world region. With over 45 countries, several independent island nations, and more than 1 billion people, Africa is a continent rich in diversity. The program will explore global issues related to this continent and strategies for integrating African themes into teaching.

Registration: $175 per seminar, reduced to $325 for both (save $25)
Four-person team: $600 per seminar (save $100)
Credits: 1.5 CEUs or15 professional development contact hours offered per seminar. 
Program and hotel information: worldview.unc.edu/programs/spring-seminars
Register Online: worldview.unc.edu/registration

Leaders of World War II: A Distinguished Scholar Seminar

Gerhard WeinbergPart 1: February 25, 2012 | Part 2: March 3, 2012
Join one of the world’s most prominent World War II scholars, Gerhard L. Weinberg, as he discusses the leading personalities of World War II.  In Part 1, Dr. Weinberg discusses Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Winston Churchill, and Chiang Kai-shek.  In Part 2, Dr. Weinberg discusses  Charles de Gaulle, Joseph Stalin, Tojo Hideki, and Franklin D. Roosevelt.  World War II buffs do not want to miss this! 

Teachers receive a discounted tuition rate and renewal credits.  For more information, visit http://humanities.unc.edu/programs/adventures-in-ideas/03-leaders1/ and http://humanities.unc.edu/programs/adventures-in-ideas/04-leaders2/

This Adventures in Ideas seminar is sponsored by the Program in the Humanities, and co-sponsored by the General Alumni Association.

NEH Summer Seminar in England: Interpretations of the Industrial Revolution

Aspects of the Industrial Revolution in BritainInterpretations of the Industrial Revolution in Britain
The National Endowment for the Humanities and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth will offer a five week Summer Seminar for School Teachers, and for prospective teachers in graduate school, on Interpretations of the Industrial Revolution in Britain, directed by Dr. Gerard M. Koot, from June 24 to July 27, 2012. The seminar for 16 participants will be held for one week at the Institute for Historical Research in London and for four weeks at the University of Nottingham. NEH will provide a $3,900 stipend to cover accommodations, most meals, weekly field trips in England and about $800 toward international travel expenses. For further information visit http://www1.umassd.edu/ir/ or write gkoot@umassd.edu  or call 508 994 3145.

Application Deadline: March 1, 2012

 


EUSA Corner
Following are meetings and announcements from the European Union Studies Association, of which the UNC-CH Center for European Studies is a sustaining member.

Book Project CfP - The EU: A Global Power in the Making?

European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE) Nowadays there is an ongoing debate about a possible power shift from traditional industrial countries to emerging powers, as well as an intense debate about the future role of the U.S. in world politics and global order. Various volumes, journal articles and monographs have tried to develop sophisticated answers towards these debates. But, when it comes to debating the present and future role of the EU in international relations, we are facing a cloudy spot of research, especially when it concerns the question whether or not the EU can be seen as a recent or future global power. Surely, remarkable work has been undertaken addressing the frameworks, institutions, processes and activities of the EU in regard to her external relations, but a comprehensive volume addressing the question if the EU will be able to become a major global power is still missing. This project is designed to fill this gap and to provide latest research on the topic for academia and the public.

Guided by the question “Is the EU a global power in the making?” the volume aims at bringing together researchers to deliver their insights on the mentioned question in five parts. It is also planned to bring together the authors and other researchers in a workshop that is projected to take place in Miami, FL, US, to pool the knowledge of the authors and to exchange views regarding the topic on a personal level.

Edited by Astrid B. Boening, Jan-Frederik Kremer and Aukje van Loon

Lead Institutions: Center for Global Studies Bonn (CGS) and Miami-Florida European Union Center of Excellence (EUCE)

For details, visit http://www.cgs-bonn.de/home.php?sid=10&lid=1&usid=1005

Abstract Submission Deadline: February 28, 2012

 

Other International Studies News

UNC Global Events

Visit UNC Global's events calendar to find out about international events on campus: http://global.unc.edu/index.php?option=com_mellocal&Itemid=36

International Coffee Hour

International Coffee HourThursday, February 9, 2012 | 5:00 - 6:00pm | Global Cup Café, FedEx Global Education Center, UNC-Chapel Hill

Join us for a monthly social hour for international and American students, scholars, faculty, staff and families. Chat about resources, opportunities and challenges on campus. Each month is hosted by a different office with excellent resources to offer. This month's coffee hour is hosted by the Graduate School and Preparing International Teaching Assistants Program. http://cgi.unc.edu/initiatives/international-coffee-hour

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