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Case Studies in the Making of the European Parliament and Parliamentarians: A Conversation Series

Event Type
Lecture
Sponsor
European Union Center; Former Members Association; Anthropology; Political Science; College of Law; Gies College of Business MS in Management Program
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Apr 14, 2021   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
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European Union Center Events

This semester the EU Center is delighted to offer a series of publicly available “conversations” with five Former Members of the European Parliament. These conversations will take place as part of the meetings of a pilot EU Center course, The Everyday Making of the European Parliament and Parliamentarians.

 

Moderated by course instructor and EUC Associate Director Jonathan Larson, each conversation will focus on “cases” of past projects, legislation, initiatives, or crises that the Former MEP found particularly rewarding, vexing, or enlightening for understanding the negotiation of European unity and the role that multi-national institutions such as the European Parliament have played in it. These conversations are open to the public.

 

Schedule of visits from Former Members:

 

24 February 12.00-13.00 CST (U.S.) / 19.00-20.00 CET (Europe)

10 March 12.00-13.00 CST (U.S.) / 19.00-20.00 CET (Europe)

31 March 12.00-13.00 CST (U.S.) / 19.00-20.00 CET (Europe)

14 April 12.00-13.00 CST (U.S.) / 19.00-20.00 CET (Europe)

28 April 12.00-13.00 CST (U.S.) / 19.00-20.00 CET (Europe)

  • Eugen Freund (session conducted jointly with students from the University of Vienna)

 

Please, register here.

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