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Hilary 2015 Programme

 

Week 1 of Hilary term 2015 at the European Studies Centre

Monday 19th January at 5pm

POMP Seminar Series: Who are the Poles and where’s Poland? Ethnic, civic, and cultural identities and frontiers in modern Poland

To the Germans went the guilt and the crime; to us the keys and the cashbox: Restitution of private Jewish property in Polish courts (1945-1948)

Łukasz Krzyżanowski (University of Warsaw)
Discussant: Tim Cole (University of Bristol)

Chair: Mikolaj Kunicki (St Antony’s College)

 

Wednesday 21st January at 12.30pm

ESC Visiting Fellows’ Seminar Series

Euroscepticism v. Euroenthusiasm: The Missing Debate

Joao Espada (St Antony’s College, The Catholic University of Portugal)

Chair: Kalypso Nicolaïdis (St Antony’s College)

 

Wednesday 21st January at 5pm

SEESOX Seminar Series: Global South East Europe in a Multi-Polar World

Beyond Europeanisation: European hegemony versus global influences

Othon Anastasakis (St Antony’s College), Spyros Economides (LSE), James Ker Lindsay (LSE),

Chair: Kalypso Nicolaïdis (St Antony’s College)

 

Thursday 22nd January at 5pm

SEESOX Seminar

Children of Marx, Coca Cola and the Greek Colonels? Rethinking Student Resistance in the “Long 1960s”

Kostis Kornetis (University of New York). Discussant: Eirini Karamouzi (St Antony’s College)

Chair: Paul Betts (St Antony’s College)

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - DEAKIN FELLOWSHIP:

Applications are invited for the Deakin Fellowship for the academic year 2015-16. The Fellowship is intended to support scholarship related to France in the College's area of interest, which include: Modern History, Politics, International Relations, Economics, Anthropology and Social Policy.

An interest in Europe is essential as is a good working knowledge of English.

Deadline is Sunday 1 February and interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place in February.

Further particulars for the Deakin Fellowship

 

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - SANTANDER FELLOWSHIP:

Applications are invited for the Santander Fellowship in Iberian and European Studies for the academic year 2015-16. The Santander Visiting Fellow will undertake research in any subject relating to modern Spain and Portugal, including but not limited to their roles in the EU and their relations with Latin America and global politics.

An interest in Europe is essential as is a good working knowledge of English.

Deadline is Sunday 1 February and interviews for shortlisted candidates will take place in February.

Further particulars for the Santander Fellowship

 

 

 

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