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About European Studies Institute of Liberal Arts Affiliated Programs
 

     Now in its fourth year, the European Studies Project fosters interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration across the humanities and social sciences. ESP challenges traditional boundaries in the study of Europe by including state and society, history and culture, religion and economics, politics and the arts--and by encouraging a transnational and intercultural conversation that interrogates the effects of European expansion upon social practices and discourses in other parts of the world. More

 

European Studies Seminar

Please Join Us: Monday, 6 April 2009

4:30 pm-6:30pm in the J. Russell Major Room (Bowden Hall 323)

Caroline Schaumann (German Studies)

"Alexander von Humboldt's Chimborazo Climb
in the Literary Imagination"

Gianluca De Fazio(Ph.D Candidate, Sociology)

"Political Radicalization in the Making: The Civl Rights
Movement in Northern Ireland, 1968-1974"

European Studies Seminar

To join us for dinner, please RSVP to Maria Vulcheva.

 

ESP Goes Public!

Autour de Koltès/About Koltès


The European Studies Project aspires to strengthen Emory's links to European cultural institutions and Atlanta arts organizations to enrich the quality of cultural life in our community.


Please join us this year for an array of events that will connect scholars at Emory with local arts institutions.







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