4 septembre 2016 -

Notre série de conférence CEUE-McGill est lancée !

September 8 – Brexit and the Future of Europe*

3:30-5pm - Panel Discussion on Brexit, Thomson House Ballroom


Juliet Johnson, Professor of Political Science at McGill University and McGill Director of the EU Centre of Excellence - Montreal


Daniel Kelemen, Professor of Political Science and Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Politics at Rutgers University

Frédéric Merand, Professor of Political Science at University of Montreal and Director of the Centre d'études et de recherches internationales de l'Université de Montréal (CÉRIUM)

Brian Cowan, Canada Research Chair in Early Modern British History at McGill University

*Please stay for the EU Centre's Fall Opening Reception from 5-6pm

September 15  – Catching Up in the EU: Good and Bad Banks in East Central Europe

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest speaker: Rachel Epstein, Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies and and Co-Director, Colorado EU Centre of Excellence, University of Denver


September 22 – Serbia's Foreign Policy Narratives in the Shadow of EU Accession

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest speaker: Jelena Suboti? , Associate Professor of Political Science, Georgia State University.

Co-Sponsored with CIPSS.


September 29 – Panel Discussion on Minority Rights in Multiethnic Regions

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429 (TBC)


Zsuzsa Cserg? Associate Professor and Chair of Political Studies, Queens University, and President of the Association for the Study of Nationalities

Kristina Kallas, PhD Candidate in Political Science, University of Tartu (Estonia)

David Smith, Professor of Baltic History and Politics, University of Glasgow


October 6 – Drunk on Conditionality: How the EU Went from Eastern European Carrot to Southern European Stick

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429      

Guest Speaker: Wade Jacoby, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for the Study of Europe, Brigham Young University


October 13 – Financial Nationalism in Europe

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

 Guest Speaker: Juliet Johnson, Professor of Political Science, McGill University, and McGill Director, EUCE-Montreal


October 20 – Illiberalism in Central Europe: The View from the West

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

 Guest Speaker: Eamonn Butler, Lecturer in Central and East European Studies, University of Glasgow


October 27 – A European Muzzle: The EU and Anti-Government Protests in Bulgaria and Ukraine

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest Speaker: Maria Popova, Associate Professor of Political Science, McGill University


November 3 – Shifting Paradigms in EU-Russian Relations: Can the Dialogue Be Revived?3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest Speaker: Joan DeBardeleben, Chancellor's Professor and Jean Monnet Chair – Politics and Society in Russia and the European Union, Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, Carleton University


November 10 – The EU and Regime Change: How Post-Communism Transformed Comparative Politics

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest Speaker: Milada Vachudova, Chair, Curriculum in Global Studies and Associate            Professor of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill    


November 17 – Electoral Reform in Post-Communist Europe

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

Guest Speaker: Csaba Nikolenyi, Professor of Political Science, Concordia University


November 24 – Memory and History in Russian-European Relations

3-4:30pm – Leacock 429

 Guest Speaker: Ivan Kurilla, Professor of History, European University St. Petersburg (Russia)


December 1-3 – Conference on EU-Eurasian Relations.

Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, 857 Sherbrooke St. West, Room A-832.

Co-sponsored by PONARS Eurasia.

Program and registration information to follow.

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