February 20, 2013
Join us for these exciting CES events
Former Hungarian Ambassador Speaks about Hungary, Transatlantic Relations, and the EU
Thursday, February 21, 2013 | 5:30 - 7:30 pm | UNC-Chapel Hill, FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium
Simonyi, former Hungarian ambassador to the US, will visit UNC and deliver remarks on "Hungary, Transatlantic Relations, and the European Union." Following his remarks, the ambassador will participate in a roundtable discussion with UNC faculty members. Ambassador Simonyi has had a career in multilateral and bilateral diplomacy, international non-governmental and governmental organizations, as well as in the private sector. From 1995 until 1999, he headed the Hungarian Liaison Office to NATO in Brussels where he was a key player in preparing Hungarian membership in NATO and was a member of the delegation to negotiate Hungary's accession to the Alliance. In 2002, he became ambassador to the US until 2007. Since Jan. 2012, he has been the managing director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C.
Ambassador Simonyi’s visit to UNC is in conjunction with the Ambassadors Forum organized by the Richard M. Krasno Distinguished Professorship, the Center for European Studies and the Department of History.
Event Contacts: Klaus Larres, Richard M. Krasno Distinguished Professor, Department of History, firstname.lastname@example.org, 919.962.8079. Erica Edwards, executive director, Center for European Studies, email@example.com, 919.962.6765. Media Contact: Katie Bowler Young, director of global relations, UNC Global, firstname.lastname@example.org, 919.962.4504.
Spring 2013 Duke-UNC Consortium Middle East Conference
ReOrienting the Veil
Friday, February 22 - Saturday, February 23, 2013| UNC-Chapel Hill, FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium
The 2013 Duke-UNC Consortium Conference focuses on Muslim women’s veiling practices in transnational contexts. The one and a half day conference is a forum for an interdisciplinary discussion of the cultural, religious, historical and political meanings of the Muslim headscarf. It is addressed to the NC scholarly communities, to undergraduate and graduate students as well as to NC K-12 and community college teachers and the public at large. This conference will provide NC K-12 teachers an opportunity for professional development and continuing education credits.
The goal of this conference is to provide a scholarly forum where nationally and internationally renowned scholars and artists will present their most recent research on veiling in the Middle East, in Europe and the USA. Each presentation will be followed by a response from a local faculty and a Q&A. The relatively small scale of the conference will offer plenty of time and space for discussion, as well as opportunities to learn about veiling from uncommon perspectives (fashion, art, poetry).
The conference will also feature an exhibit of Todd Drake's Self Portraits of Muslim-Americans.
To learn more about the conference, please visit veil.unc.edu/conference.
Co-organized by Sahar Amer (UNC Asian Studies), Martine Antle (UNC Romance Languages and Literatures), Banu Gökarıksel (UNC Geography), Juliane Hammer (UNC Religious Studies), Shai Tamari (Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations), and Regina Higgins (Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations)
Tournées Film Festival at UNC
Screening of L'Heure d'Été
The Tournées Festival is a program of FACE (French American Cultural Exchange), in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, which aims to bring contemporary French cinema to American college and university campuses. All screening are presented by the Department of Romance Languages at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 | 7 pm | UNC-Chapel Hill, FedEx Global Education Center, Nelson Mandela Auditorium
After the globe-spanning settings of his last three films, Olivier Assayas returns home for the mournful Summer Hours, examining a bourgeois French family trying to negotiate the past, present, and future. Assayas’s sincere, complex concern about cultural amnesia—the eroding of a nation’s heritage by the demands of the international economy—is rendered so deftly that the theme becomes one of larger, less class-specific importance.
Presented by the Department of Romance Languages at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
North Carolina German Studies Seminar & Workshop Series
Workshop: Creating Participatory Democracy: Green Politics in Germany since 1983
German Green Party Leaders, newly elected to the national legislature, on March 29, 1983. Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
In March 1983, the West German Greens became the first new party to enter the Bundestag since the early days of the Federal Republic. This workshop, which will take place on the thirtieth anniversary of the Greens’ March 1983 entrance into the West German parliament, will use that occasion as an opportunity to raise new questions about the democratic visions and achievements of the Greens and their predecessors in the New Social Movements. Specifically, we will ask how Green politics challenged West German democratic praxis and question whether the Greens’ understanding of democracy changed when they entered parliament in 1983.
Thursday, February 28, 2013 | Duke University, The John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies
4:30 pm: Graduate Reading Seminar with Belinda Davis (Rutgers University)
7:00 pm: Keynote address by Andrei S. Markovits (University of Michigan) - "Reflections on the German Left thirty years beyond the Greens' Entrance into the Bundestag"
Markovits will take the audience back to the evening of Sunday March 6, 1983, which he remembers as if it were yesterday. The triumphant Greens spent that night celebrating their entrance to the Bundestag in Bonn, then still the ensconced capital of the Federal Republic of Germany. It was also that evening that the study of this phenomenon was to become Markovits’s scholarly preoccupation for the ensuing decade. Even though he did not much like the German title of his book The German Left: Red, Green and Beyond (Oxford University Press); Grün schlägt Rot actually hit the nail on its head in that it expressed succinctly the gist of his argument: that Germany’s and Europe’s left agenda and politics had irretrievably mutated from its former red to its then-current green.
Friday, March 1, 2013 | UNC Chapel Hill, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Hyde Hall
9 am - 4 pm: Panel presentations on "New Social Movements, Public Participation, and the Emergence of Green Politics" and "Out of the Streets and into the Bundestag: Participatory Democracy in Parliament"
4:30 pm: Roundtable on "The Green Challenge: Constructing Participatory Democracy for Post-Industrial Society"
For more information on this event and the NCGS Series, please visit: http://www.unc.edu/ncgs and see program flyer.
The NCGS Series is sponsored by Carolina Seminars; Duke University: Center for European Studies, Department of Germanic Languages & Literature, Department of History; The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Center for European Studies, Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages & Literatures, Department of History, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, The Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies.
“The U.S. in World Affairs: The Cold War & Beyond” Lecture Series
Prof. Warren Kimball speaks on US Foreign Policy
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 | 5 pm | UNC-Chapel Hill, Hamilton Hall, Rm 569
Warren F. Kimball is the author of Forged in War: Roosevelt, Churchill, and the Second World War (1997), The Juggler: Franklin Roosevelt as Wartime Statesman (1991), and books on the Morgenthau Plan for Germany and the origins of Lend-Lease. He edited Churchill & Roosevelt: The Complete Correspondence (3 vols.,1984). His over 50 essays on Churchill, Roosevelt the era of the Second World War have popped up like dandelions in the spring, most recently in a published collection of co-edited essays, FDR's World: War, Peace, and Legacies (2008). He is an academic adviser to the Churchill Centre, and senior editor for the Churchill journal, Finest Hour. He chaired and served on the State Department Historical Advisory Committee, 1990-2003, and chair of the Secretary of State’s Review Panel on the Historical Office Issues in 2008-09.
“The U.S. in World Affairs: The Cold War and Beyond” lecture series is organized by the Department of History, in co-operation with the Center for European Studies and the Center for Slavic, Eurasian & Eastern European Studies at UNC.
Languages Across the Curriculum (LAC) Workshops
Graduate students and faculty are invited to attend two LAC workshops during the spring semester. Participation in at least one workshop is strongly recommended for graduate students who wish to apply for upcoming LAC instructional positions. Space is limited; email email@example.com to attend.
Introduction to LAC Training Workshop
Tuesday, February 26, 2012 | 11 am - 1 pm | FedEx Global Education Center, Rm 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
Friday, April 12, 2013 | 12 - 2 pm | FedEx Global Education Center, Rm 4003
This teaching workshop provides a forum for sharing ideas, practical advice, and instructional resources on LAC. Please contact Tanya Kinsella at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute a short paper or presentation at this workshop.
Conferences and Calls for Papers
European Union Studies Association Asia Pacific Conference
Reassessing the EU-Asia Pacific Relationship In the Context of the EU Crisis
May 17 - 18, 2013 | Macau
The Euro-zone crisis is a perfect example of how, in an interconnected world, events within one region have effects that are felt throughout the world. Asia Pacific counties are significant exporters and importers to the Eurozone and EU. The stability of the Euro, depressed demand for manufactured goods and credit ratings have direct consequences in Asia Pacific counties.
Is there more continuity or change in the EU-Asia Pacific relationship? How do different groups perceive the EU and any changes in its relationship to the region? The aim of this conference is to investigate these questions from both a European and an Asia Pacific perspective. This conference will be multidisciplinary in focus. Academics and graduate students from a wide range of fields are encouraged to present at this conference, adding to a deeper understanding of the complexities of the EU-Asia Pacific relationship.
To learn more about the conference and the application process, please visit website or email email@example.com.
Paper Submission Deadline: February 25, 2013
Theseus Doctoral Workshop 2013
The EU and the Global Crisis: Challenges to EU Governance, Policy Responses, and the Legitimacy Gap
May 21 - 22, 2013 | Sciences Po, Centre d’Etudes Européennes, Paris
THESEUS is a European network of thinkers, actors and ideas whose aim is to foster an open and constructive dialogue between academia and politics about the future challenges of Europe. This Theseus doctoral seminar will allow doctoral students to exchange ideas and discuss their research with their peers and senior academic colleagues.
From 2008, the global economic crisis has represented an unprecedented challenge to EU governance and European institutions since the completion of the monetary union. This doctoral seminar aims at exploring the institutional, political and policy challenges that the EU is facing at this critical juncture. It is intended to be inclusive and welcomes papers that address the topic from various angles – pressures on the institutional architecture or the EU political system; changes in EU governance or the decision-making process; transformation of the EU legal order; changing relations between members states, between national governments and EU institutions or citizens and the EU.
To apply, please send an abstract of 500 words describing the research questions investigated, data, methods, and expected or preliminary findings. Abstracts should be sent by Friday 15 March 2013 to Catherine Spieser, Sciences Po, CEE (Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org, subject “Theseus PhD workshop 2013”).
For more information about the workshop, please see flyer.
A Jean Monnet Research Workshop at Rutgers University
The Law and Politics of Multi-Level Governance
The Grand Chamber at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. Photo: Wolfgang von Brauchitsch/Bloomberg News
June 14 - 15, 2013 | Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
When the European Communities were established, the European Court of Justice was composed of a handful of judges and staff members, there was very little European law to interpret, and few national courts actively participated in the community legal system. In the decades since, the scope of European law has expanded dramatically, the Court of Justice itself has grown into a much larger institution and the network of national courts that cooperate (and sometimes conflict) with the European Court in the interpretation and application of EU law has burgeoned. This workshop will bring together scholars of European legal integration, multi-level governance and comparative federalism to explore the construction of this multi-level legal system and the interactions between the national and EU level courts and the governments that comprise it.
The Jean Monnet program will cover the costs of travel (economy class) and accommodation for participants and will provide a modest honorarium. We ask each workshop participant to prepare a draft paper for the conference, which participants will be asked to revise into an article following the conference as part of a journal special issue.
Scholars interested in participating should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and an abstract of their proposed paper to Prof R. Daniel Kelemen at email@example.com. For more information, please visit http://europaeuslaw.blogspot.com/2013/02/call-for-papers-law-and-politics-of.html.
Application Deadline: Thursday, February 28, 2013
European Integration Summer School
June 24 - August 7, 2013 | University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway
The University of Agder (UiA) in Kristiansand calls for applications to its 24th annual European Integration Summer School (EISS). EISS is method-driven and consists of two stand-alone courses at the Masters level: History, Institutions and Policies of European Integration (June 24—July 12) and The European Union in the World (July 17—August 7). Each course carries 10 ECTS.
EISS brings together a unique blend of international and domestic students, faculty and practitioners. The 2013 EISS guest faculty includes, amongst others, Derek Beach (University of Aarhus), Theofanis Exadaktylos (University of Surrey), David Howarth (University of Luxembourg), Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter and UiA), Christilla Roederer-Rynning (University of Southern Denmark), Frank Schimmelfennig (ETH Zürich) and Michael Shackleton (University of Maastricht).
Registration is 100 EUR. No tuition fees are charged and student housing is available. For further information, inquiries and registration please consult website (http://www.uia.no/eiss).
Application Deadline: March 1, 2013
2013 EU Studies Summer Program in Brussels
July 8 - August 9, 2013 | Brussels and Luxembourg
The European Union Centers of Excellence at the University of Washington and University of Wisconsin are pleased to announce the 2013 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 five-week program 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.
Program Courses and Credits:
The program includes two courses: "Current EU Policy Debates", taught by Dr. Nils Ringe (Political Science Professor, University of Wisconsin at Madison), and "EU Institutions: Views from inside the Brussels Complex" taught by Dr. Peter Hobbing (former Principal Administrator, European Commission). In addition, students will participate in a European Union simulation. The two courses are 5 quarter credits each and the EU simulation is 2 credits. Students will be awarded 12 UW quarter credits upon successful completion of the program.
Costs and Financial Aid:
The program fee for 2013 is $2,950. The program fee includes instructional costs, the Benelux tour-rail pass, program trips & events. The program fee does not include airfare, meals, textbooks, personal expenses or the fees charged by IPE: $300 for UW students or $500 for non-UW students.
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.
Additional information, as well as the application procedures and deadlines, can be found on the program's website: http://jsis.washington.edu/euc/brussels/. For questions, email Mark Di Virgilio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2013
Olympia Summer Academy in Conflict and Peace Studies
July 4 - 15, 2013 | International Olympic Academy, Ancient Olympia, Greece
The 2013 Olympia Summer Academy in Conflict and Peace Studies is a unique educational opportunity for graduate students, researchers, and practitioners. The Summer Academy features five cycles of studies on: A) Conflict & Political Violence, B) Terrorism & Counterterrorism, C) Political Risk Analysis D) Religion & Politics, and E) History & Philosophy of IR. The Summer Academy looks forward to bringing together a highly competitive and talented class of promising scholars from around the world, and fostering a world-class scholarly network of cooperation in the unique setting of legendary Olympia.
For all information in regards to the program and the application process, please visit: www.olympiasummeracademy.org or contact email@example.com.
Application Deadline: April 1, 2013
Prague Summer Schools 2013
Prague Summer Schools are seven-day academic programs designed to bring together undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds to enjoy a part of their summer in unique educational and cultural environment. All Prague Summer Schools will take place in a beautiful part of central Prague, the Czech Republic. For 2013, the following summer schools will be offered:
29 June – 6 July 2013
European Politics: Interests versus culture
The Future of Europe: Lobbying in Brussels
Crime, Law and Psychology
China: A World Super Power – Myth or Reality?
6-13 July, 2013
Development Cooperation: Breaking the Chains of Poverty
Education: The Future of Schools
Globalization: The End of Consumption as We Know It
We invite you to visit www.praguesummerschools.org to discover the details about the upcoming programs. The website will direct you to the individual page of each summer school containing information on its academics, faculty, schedule, logistics, alumni feedback, and application process. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Early Bird Application Deadline: 30 April 2013
Final Application Deadline: 15 May 2013
Calls for Applications
Postdoc positions at CERGU, Sweden
The Centre for European Research at the University of Gothenburg (CERGU), Sweden, hereby announces 2 two-year postdoctoral research positions. CERGU promotes multidisciplinary research on a broad range of European issues that are of interest to both the humanities and the social sciences. The spatial and temporal parameters of CERGU research are broad, as is the level of analysis. CERGU scholarship ranges from local to global perspectives on Europe.
The appointees shall independently conduct their own research and also be part of the planning and execution of the activities at CERGU. The appointee will also be expected to actively participate in the seminar activities at CERGU and regularly present his/her research at international conferences. Start date is the 1st of September 2013, or by agreement with the appointee.
For more information about CERGU, affiliated researchers and their research, see http://www.cergu.gu.se. For more information about the application process, please see flyer.
Application Deadline: Monday, March 18, 2013
Pre-doc Researcher at IHS Vienna
The Department of Political Science at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IHS) in Vienna is now inviting applications for a Pre-doctoral Researcher in Political Science. The successful candidate is expected to undertake empirical research in the context of the department’s research program on “The Politics of Representation in Europe,” comprising the pillars of new forms of political mobilisation/participation, electoral research, parliamentary research and theoretical research on the concept of political representation. The focus of the department lies on European politics but we are happy to welcome PhD exposés drawing on further countries for comparative research.
For more details, please consult the IHS homepage at http://www.ihs.ac.at/vienna/IHS-Departments-2/Political-Science-1/New-Postgraduate-Program-2013-2016.htm. Interested candidates should e-mail their CV and the contact details of two referees to Sarah Christian (email@example.com).
Application Deadline: March 31, 2013
Fall 2013 LAC Instructor Position
Graduate student instructors are needed to lead these Fall 2013 LAC sections:
ENST 201: Introduction to Environment and Society - MWF 11:00-11:50AM
Spanish recitation - Mo 5:00-5:50PM (tentative)
GLBL 210: Global Issues (ANTH / GEOG / HIST / POLI 210) - MW 10:00-10:50AM
French recitation -Fr 10:00-10:50AM
GLBL 210: Global Issues (ANTH / GEOG / HIST / POLI 210) - MW 10:00-10:50AM
Spanish recitation -Fr 10:00-10:50AM
HIST 159: 20th-Century Europe (EURO 159) - MW 2:00-2:50PM
German recitation - Fr 2:00-2:50PM
Application Deadline: Friday, April 12, 2013
For more information and application instructions, visit http://areastudies.unc.edu/lac/grad-faculty/teaching/.
German Chancellor Fellowship
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation's German Chancellor Fellowship allows you to conduct an independent project at a host institution, in cooperation with a host in Germany you have selected for one year. The project should involve original exploration of a topic or issue, or research in the your respective field of interest. Projects should be of relevance to modern societies, have a long-term and visible impact, and help to advance your career and professional development. Through your experience in Germany, you will acquire greater knowledge of your fields, gain new international experience, and strengthen your intercultural competence - all essential qualities for future professional leaders.
To learn more about the fellowship, eligibility requirements, and how to apply, please visit http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/4074.html or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Events for K-12 Educators
North Carolina Council for the Social Studies (NCCSS) Conference
Thursday, February 28 - Friday, March 1, 2013 | Sheraton Four Seasons, Greensboro, NC
There is still time to register for the 43rd annual NCCSS conference in Greensboro, NC. This year's conference will feature over 120 sessions meant to inspire and educate social studies teachers in North Carolina. Registration prices is $150, with discounts for retirees and full time students. The registration fee includes attendance to all sessions on Thursday and Friday and the Awards Luncheon and President's Reception on Thursday.
UNC's Center for European Studies will lead a session on Friday, March 1st at 8:00 am on "A Teacher's Hands-On Guide to the European Union." Teachers will learn the history behind the formation of the EU and receive information on various free resources that can help them integrate the EU into their curricula.
For more information about the conference and the registration process, please visit http://ncsocialstudies.org/conference/.
World View Spring Regional Seminar
Europe and the European Union
March 20 - 21, 2013 | The Friday Center for Continuing Education, UNC at Chapel Hill
The World View Regional Seminar changes regional focus each year and reflects the destinations of World View's international study visit. This year, the seminar will focus on Europe and the European Union. Join World View for 1.5 days of plenary lectures and concurrent sessions on the politics, history, and the economies of Europe. UNC-Chapel Hill professors will cover such timely topics as the development of the EU, ethnic conflict in the Balkans, the politics of Muslim immigration, and the European economic crisis, among others. Concurrent sessions will also highlight the teaching resources and strategies available to k-14 educators to integrate this region into their curriculum.
Reserve your seat for the seminar today by completing this form. For more information please call (919)-962-9264 or visit http://worldview.unc.edu/programs-2/spring-seminars/2013-spring-seminar-europe-in-crisis-dispelling-myths-about-the-european-union/.
Orange County Schools' Cultural Explosion
Thursday, April 18, 2013 | 5:30 - 7:30 pm | Stanford Middle School, Hillsborough, NC
For the past two years World Language teachers from Orange County Schools have hosted Cultural Explosions in the district. Cultural Explosion is a celebration to promote interest and raise awareness of world languages and cultures. The theme for this 3rd annual event is Global Sounds: Words and Music from Around the World, and will feature a wide range of cultural performances, community organizations, cultural booths, and delicious foods.
There are a number of ways teachers and students can participate in the event: Students may elect to participate in a scavenger hunt; Teachers and students may sponsor booths about the culture of their choice; High school students may elect to be guest lecturers during the week to present on a culture of their choosing or can serve as volunteers.
For more information, contact Dr. Lujan (email@example.com) with any questions.
Global Music Show
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 | 9 - 10 pm | 89.3 FM | Listen online at http://wxyc.org
The Global Music Show is a live monthly radio program in collaboration with WXYC and UNC's Area Studies Centers that intersperses world regional music with dialogue shared by relevant expert guest-scholars from UNC Chapel Hill. This month's episode is sponsored by the Institute for the Study of the Americas.
The focus of the show will be the CD compilation Viva Cackalacky! Latin Music in the New South, which was produced by David F. Garcia (UNC Department of Music) as a result of a class project he led last spring. Garcia, who will be the show's guest, will play music from Viva Cackalacky!, as well as from the UNC student ensemble Charanga Carolina.
Please tune in to what is sure to be a fun show!
Listen to past broadcasts of the Global Music Show here.
UNC Program in the Humanities Seminar
Americans in Europe: Finding New Identities in Old World Cultures
Saturday, February 23, 2013 | 11 am - 4:30 pm | Tuition: $125 regular, $63 for teachers
Over the past three centuries, American politicians, intellectuals, and artists have turned to Europe as a source of inspiration. As travelers, exiles, tourists, and critics, Americans have journeyed across the Atlantic, using their view from abroad as an opportunity to critique Old World cultures by praising American mores, or alternately finding in the cafes and museums, parlors and parliaments of Europe much to be admired and imitated. The result of these travels and reflections was the forging of a new and distinctive American identity. In a series of three talks, historian Lloyd Kramer will consider these travelers century by century. The framework guiding our own travels will be the evolving sense of American selfhood – forged on European shores.
Lloyd S. Kramer is Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he also serves as chair of the History Department. He is the author of several books, including Lafayette in Two Worlds: Public Cultures and Personal Identities in an Age of Revolutions and Nationalism in Europe and America: Politics, Cultures, and Identities since 1775.
For more information on the seminar and on how to register, please visit http://humanities.unc.edu/programs/adventures-in-ideas/americans-in-europe2/
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Center for European Studies/EU Center of Excellence
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3449
http://www.unc.edu/depts/europe/ (European Studies)
http://www.euce.org/ (EU Center of Excellence)
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