Professor Margaret MacMillan will be the first speaker for the ESC's 2016 Core Seminar Series

Professor Margaret MacMillan will be the first speaker for the ESC's 2016 Core Seminar Series

5 October 2016

The ESC's Core Seminar Series 2016 is themed Fortress Europe?  Professor MacMillan will speak in week 1 on What is Europe? A Historian's View.

Everyone is welcome to attend the Series every Tuesday at 5pm - 70 Woodstock Road:

WEEK 1:

What is Europe? An Historian’s View

Margaret MacMillan (St Antony’s College)

Chair: Paul Betts (St Antony’s College)

 

WEEK 2:

European Space and Security, 1900-1950

Patricia Clavin (Jesus College)

Chair: TBA

 

WEEK 3:

Borderlands, Governance and Power in the European Union

Jan Zielonka (St Antony’s College)

Chair: Jaroslava Barbieri (Herford College, European Affairs Society)

 

WEEK 4:

Fortress Europe: the 1980s

Anne Deighton (Wolfson College)

Chair: Matteo Brunelli (St Antony's College )

 

WEEK 5:

Perceptions and misperceptions on Europe’s rising populism

Othon Anastasakis (St Antony’s College)

Discussant: Yaprak Gursoy (Bilgi University/St Antony’s College)

Chair:  Lamprini Rori (St Antony's College)

 

WEEK 6:

A democratic challenge: social reform in Greece under SYRIZA

George Katrougalos (Minister of Labour and Social Security, Greece)

Discussants: Pavlos Eleftheriadis (Mansfield College), Bernhard Ebbinghaus (University of Mannheim), Marek Naczyk (Kellog College)

Chair: Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College)

Co-sponsored by SEESOX and Social Policy Department, Oxford

 

WEEK 7:

Citizenship, Education and European Integration

Paola Mattei (St Antony’s College),  Miriam Broeks (RAND, Cambridge)

Chair:  Martin Lausegger (St Antony's College)

 

WEEK 8:

Coherent Selves, Viable States: Eastern Europe, Statehood and Migration

Dace Dzenovska (St Antony’s College)

Chair: Giovanni Cadioli (St Antony's College)