This lecture is part of the EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series, fall 2015. The speaker is Federico Fabbrini, Associate Professor, Centre of Excellence for International Courts, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen.
Wolfram Kaiser will give a lecture on his book "Exhibiting Europe in Mueseums" followed by comments by Martí Grau Segú (House of European History, European Parliament) and Marie Riegels Melchior (Ethnology, Saxo Institute). This event is a part of the Author meets Critics seminar series.
PhD Course 26-27 November, 2015 in Copenhagen In the period from the 1960s to the present, the concepts of crisis, democracy and consumerism have become paramount categories, which assemble various social-political and cultural ideas, identities and practices across Western European societies.
The Culture of Migration explores the ways in which culture and the arts have been transformed by migration in recent decades and, in turn, how these cultural and aesthetic transformations have contributed to shaping our identities, politics and societies.
This new book by Hans-Jörg Trenz outlines a political sociology of crisis in Europe, focusing on state and society transformations in the context of the 2008 financial and monetary crisis and its aftermath in Europe.