WEST Announcements, March 21, 2013- Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, March 21, 2013   Events: European History Workshop: “The Territorial Conflict: Documentary Portrayals of the German-Polish Relations,” Annika Frieburg (IU),  3/22/2013 1:00PM Lecture: “Before Facebook:Social and Literary Networks in the Italian Salons of the 18th and 19th Centuries,” Irene Zanini-Cordi (FSU), 4:30 PM, 3/22/2013 32nd György Ránki Hungarian Chair Symposium, 3/23/2013-3/24/2013 WEST Lecture:Continue reading “WEST Announcements, March 21, 2013- Faculty Edition”

WEST Announcements, 2/21/2013- Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, February 21, 2013 Faculty:   Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008. Happy Birthday, Kosovo.   Events: Lecture: ‘The Necessity and Inefficacy of Historical Cases for Scientific (anti)Realism,” Anjan Chakravartty (Notre Dame) 4:00PM, 2/22/2013 Germanic Studies Conference: Explorations of the Unreal: 2/22/2013-2/23/2013 Salon on Academic Publishing in the Arts and Humanities, 1:30Continue reading “WEST Announcements, 2/21/2013- Faculty Edition”

West Announcements, 2/14/2013: Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, February 14,2013 Faculty:     Events: Now available in the WEST online video library: See the talk given by Estonian Ambassador Marina Kaljurand on Foreign Policy from 1/15/2013 Backpack Display at the Wells Library: Happening now! Third Annual West European Studies Valentine’s Day Bake-off, 3:00PM 2/14/2013 Lecture: “The Putin Cult: Machismo a laContinue reading “West Announcements, 2/14/2013: Faculty Edition”

Announcements for 2/7/2013- Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, February 7,2013 Faculty:   Events: Now available in the WEST online video library: See the talk given by Estonian Ambassador Marina Kaljurand on Foreign Policy from 1/15/2013 Backpack Display at the Wells Library: Happening now! IU Cinema Film Series: French Language- Moi, un Noir; 6:30PM, 2/7/2013 IU Cinema Film Series:German- Barbara, 2/7/2013-2/10/2013 Lecture:Continue reading “Announcements for 2/7/2013- Faculty Edition”

Announcements: January 31, 2013- Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, January 31, 2013 Faculty:   Events: Now available in the WEST online video library: See the talk given by Estonian Ambassador Marina Kaljurand on Foreign Policy from 1/15/2013 Backpack Display at the Wells Library: Happening now! India Studies Lecture: “Jurisdictions of Justice: Law, Violence & Popular Protest in Kashmir,” Haley Duschinski (Ohio University)Continue reading “Announcements: January 31, 2013- Faculty Edition”

Announcements for 1/24/2013- Faculty Edition

WEST Announcements, January 17, 2013 Faculty:   Events: Backpack Display at the Wells Library: Happening now! SSRC Webinar:  Issues in Quantitative Methods: 1/25/2013 Lecture on Condorcet’s Writings in America, Guillaume Ansart, 12:00 PM, 1/25/2013 Music of the Middle East and Eastern Europe: 12:00 PM, 1/25/2013 European History Workshop: “Remembering Foreign Jews in the French Resistance,”Continue reading “Announcements for 1/24/2013- Faculty Edition”

WEST Faculty Announcements- 1/17/13

WEST Announcements, January 17, 2013 Faculty:   Events: Colloquium: “The End of Diaspora: Afro-Asia, and Jamaican Culture ‘in’ Japan”: Marvin Sterling, 3:30 PM, 1/18/2013 Microbes modeling ontogeny: between representation and manipulation: Alan C. Love, University of Minnesota, 4:00 PM 1/18/2013 Backpack Display at the Wells Library: Starts 1/22/2013 SSRC Webinar:  Issues in Quantitative Methods: 1/25/2013Continue reading “WEST Faculty Announcements- 1/17/13”

A Further Deepening of the EU

“A crisis of confidence is a political crisis. And, the good thing is that, in a democracy, there is no political problem for which we cannot find a political solution.” José Manuel Durão Barroso, President of the European Commission, made this comment to the EU Commission on September 12, 2012, at the EU’s 2012 StateContinue reading “A Further Deepening of the EU”

21 for 77.

Martin Luther King Jr. said, “An injustice anywhere is an injustice everywhere.” Anders Breivik, the Norwegian right-wing extremist who detonated a bomb downtown Oslo, Norway, and who opened fire on a youth camp on the island of Utoya killing 77 people and injuring over 200, most definitely committed an injustice that has been felt everywhere.Continue reading “21 for 77.”

Faculty Announcements 12/8/2011

EVENTS NEW! Finnish Film: Rare Exports, Dec. 8 @ 6:30 p.m. in Myers Hall 130 NEW! “Could the Euro Implode?” – Jan. 11 with the World Trade Club of Indiana * NEW! The Euro Crisis: Sovereign Debt or External Imbalances? Jan 12., 1-2:15 pm @ IMU, Oak Room * *  WEST/EU Center Sponsored Event OPPORTUNITIESContinue reading “Faculty Announcements 12/8/2011”