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  • 4 December - 5 December 2014

    Towards complex diversity?

    Understanding new challenges for the accommodation of difference and diversity in Europe and the World. » Read more

  • 3 December 2014, 14:00-16:00

    Heidegger's Black Notebooks: National Socialism, World Jewry, and the History of Being

    Professor Richard Wolin will give a lecture on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks. The lecture is followed by comments and a Q&A session. » Read more

  • 2 December 2014, 10:00-17:00

    The Enlightenment's understanding of happiness

    The CEMES group European Enlightenment hosts a workshop on happiness. The workshop will be held in Scandinavian languages (program in Danish). » Read more

  • 3 November 2014, 14:01-17:00

    Writing the Rules for Europe

    Johan Schot will present his latest book Writing the Rules for Europe - Experts, Cartels, and International Organizations in a lecture followed by comments. The arrangement is part of the CEMES  AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS series. » Read more

  • 30 October - 31 October 2014

    The Carnation Revolution 40 years after

    The international CEMES conference will explore and present the latest international research on the significant political and social changes that took place in South and Western Europe during ‘the long 1970s’. » Read more

  • 24 October 2014, 13:00-16:00

    Towards a history of European law

    The historic argument serves European integration. It is time for legal scholars - especially their European law branch - to do more research on the legal history of European integration. » Read more

  • 7 October 2014, 15:15-17:00

    EURECO Lecture: "Reinventing the European labour market"

    EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series 2014 presents a lecture by Jens Arnholtz, Assistant Professor, Employment Relations Research Centre (FAOS), Department of Sociology, the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen. » Read more

  • 30 September 2014, 15:15-17:00

    EURECO Lecture: "Reinventing the founding myths of Europe"

    EURECO Distinguished Lecture Series 2014 presents a lecture by Urska Sadl Assistant Professor, Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts), Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, on the continuous relevance of the constitutional milestones of the EU legal order » Read more

  • 23 May 2014, 10:00-12:00

    Europa - Hvad nu?

    I anledning af det forestående Europa-Parlamentsvalg sætter Engerom fokus på europadebatten i Storbritannien, Frankrig, Tyskland, Spanien og Italien. Debatarrangementet afslutter forelæsningsrækken ”Den europæiske borgerkrig og dens konsekvenser” og er åbent for alle med interesse for den aktuelle europadebat. » Read more

  • 2 May 2014, 13:00-15:00

    Banality of Evil: the Death of Legend

    Guest lecture: Banality of Evil: the Death of Legend. Richard Wolin’s lecture is part of the CEMES course: European Contexts and Meanings of Holocaust. » Read more

  • 23 April 2014, 13:00-15:00

    Debat - EU og uddannelse

    Kom og vær med, når CEMES Student Forum afholder EU-debat med syv forskellige kandidater til Europaparlamentsvalget. Emnet for debatten er EU og uddannelse, og mon ikke der også bliver mulighed for at drøfte lidt patentdomstol og andre ting, du måtte have på sinde. » Read more

  • 4 April 2014, 13:15-15:00

    Auschwitz, Poland, and the Europeanisation of Holocaust memory - Guest lecture by Prof. Marek Kucia

    Prof. Marek Kucia from Krakow University (Jagellonian Univeristy in Krakow) holds a guest lecture in relation to the CEMES elective course about Holocaust taught by Krzysztof Stala.

    The subject for this lecture will be: "Auschwitz, Poland, and the Europeanisation of Holocaust memory".

    » Read more

  • 31 March 2014,

    Call for Papers - EuroChallenge

    (Deadline 31 March 2014)

    EuroChallenge and the University of Copenhagen are hosting The Third Midterm Conference of the European Political Sociology Research Network (RN32) of ESA (European Sociological Association)

    » Read more

  • 15 March 2014,

    Second call for abstracts - Visions of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest

    The Eurovison Conference, 5-7 May, 2014 in Copenhagen This Year’s Eurovision conference, which will take place in Copenhagen during Eurovision week 2014, will as its main theme focus on the multiple visions of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest. Such visions can take many shapes, be they politically, economically, culturally, sexually and (mental) geographically charged. Visions of Europe link intrinsically to specific comprehensions of Europe in past and present. Visions are always partial, situated, embodied; they have material-discursive implications. Popular culture and performance cultures represented in the Eurovision Song Contest offer distinct opportunities for observing and displaying the contested nature of envisioning Europe. Second call for abstractsPlease send an abstract (format: Word) of no more than 300 words to: Lisanne Wilken: ceklw@hum.au.dk. Deadline is 15 March 2014. Read the call here.Read more about the conference here » Read more

  • 14 March 2014, 14:00-15:15

    The United Kingdom & the Future of Scotland

    Secretary of State for Scotland, the Rt. Hon. Alistair Carmichael, MP
    In September 2014, Scotland will make a profoundly important choice about its future: whether to remain a part of the United Kingdom or leave to become an independent state. Secretary Carmichael will make the case for why it is in Scotland’s interests to remain in the UK and how the UK delivers for Scotland at an international level. » Read more

  • 13 December 2013, 13:00-16:00

    Towards an improved understanding of member state reception of European law

    In contemporary Europe, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) functions as a uniquely authoritative international court. Its key doctrines—direct effect and supremacy—ensure a relatively effective enforcement of European legislation compared to standard international organizations.  » Read more

  • 13 December 2013, 13:15-15:00

    Debatmøde Europa eller kaos? Europæisk identitet ifølge de intellektuelle

    ”Europa er ikke i krise. Europa er døende. Naturligvis ikke Europa rent geografisk, men Europa som idé. Europa som en drøm, en plan og et projekt.” Sådan lød de indledende ord i det manifest, Tro på Europa eller dø, som et antal fremtrædende europæiske intellektuelle tidligere på året lod indrykke i en række europæiske aviser (se f.eks. Politiken den 2. februar 2013) » Read more

  • 9 December 2013, 09:30-15:30

    Europe's neoliberal turn: markets, competition and competitiveness, 1973-mid-1980s

    This workshop starts with the assumption that widespread concerns about Europe’s competitiveness and the belief in the self-regulatory power of markets were necessary preconditions for legitimizing neoliberal policies at both the European level and within European states from the 1980s onwards but with important repercussions up to the present.  » Read more

  • 5 December - 6 December 2013

    Litterær transnationalitet

    Det kulturelle trekantsforhold mellem Skandinavien-Tyskland-Frankrig i det 19. århundrede. » Read more

  • 29 November 2013, 13:00-15:00

    Richard Wolin: "What is Antiphilosophy?"

    Seminar by Professor Richard Wolin
    "What is Antiphilosophy? The 'Critique of Reason' in Martin Heidegger and Michel Foucault." » Read more

  • 28 November 2013, 14:15-16:00

    Richard Wolin: About Alain Badiou

    Communism by the Numbers: The Political Philosophy of Alain Badiou

    » Read more

  • 27 November 2013, 15:15-17:00

    Richard Wolin: About Giorgio Agamben

    CEMES Honorary Professor Richard Wolin visits KU 27-29th November 2013 

    » Read more

  • 14 November 2013, 13:00-17:00

    Seminar om litteratur, suverænitet og bureaukrati i Europa 1500-1800

    13.15-13.30: Velkomst og præsentation af litteraturhistorieprojektet: Litteratur og politik i Europa 1500-1800 (Anne Fastrup, KU)13.30-14.00: Helge Jordheim (Oslo Universitet) og Tue Andersen Nexø (KU): Litteratur, suverænitet og bureaukrati i Europa 1500-1800. 14.00-14.45: Christian Dahl (KU) og Carsten Meiner (KU): Politik og poetik i ”la querelle du Cid.”Respondent: Professor emeritus John Pedersen. 14.45-15.00: Pause 15.00-15.45: Knut Ove Eliassen (NTNU, Trondheim): Den kristne fyrste i den faldne verden. Pedro Calderón de la Barcas La vida es sueño.Respondent: Lektor Sofie Kluge (SDU). 15.45-16.00: Pause 16.00-16.45: Helge Jordheim: Fra suverenitet til byråkrati i Allgemeines Landrecht für die Preussischen Staaten.Respondent: Lektor Birthe Hoffmann (KU). 16.45-17.00: Diskussion. » Read more

  • 7 November 2013, 14:15-16:00

    Lecture by Gregory Jusdanis: Are We There Yet? On the Greek Encounter with Europe

    Gregory Jusdanis, Ohio State UniversityAre We There Yet?On the Greek Encounter with Europe » Read more

  • 1 November 2013, 14:00-16:00

    Lecture by Philippe Van Parijs: No Euro-zone without a EU-dividend

    Professor Philippe Van Parijs from Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) and Oxford University will give the lecture: "No Euro-zone without a EU-dividend". The lecture will be followed by a panel debate with: Professor Ben Rosamond, Center for European Politics Professor emeritus Niels I. Meyer, DTU Freelance-journalist Kenneth Haar Time: Friday 1 November from 14.00 to 16.00Place: University of Copenhagen, Øster Farimagsgade 5CSS, Building 35, Room: 35.01.06The lecture is open to all, but registration is necessary. You can follow through to registration here. Read more about the lecture here » Read more

  • 31 October 2013, 16:30-18:00

    Hvorfor er Putin ikke KUN en djævel?

    Magistra Vitae – Historisk Alumneforening inviterer til foredrag med Ruslandsekspert Jens Jørgen Nielsen. Når det handler om Rusland, er Vestens politikere og medier enige om én ting: Præsident Putin er en djævel, og russerne vil være bedre undt uden ham. Men hvorfor mener russerne ikke det samme? Rigtig mange russere ser i stedet Putin som den mand, der har fået landet på rette kurs efter 1990’erne, hvor vestens darling Boris Jeltsin kørte landets økonomi i sænk. Historiker og tidligere Ruslandskorrespondent Jens Jørgen Nielsen, vil med udgangspunkt i sin nye debatbog: ’På egne præmisser – Putin og det nye Rusland’ give et mere nuanceret billede af både Putin, russerne og Rusland. Bogen bag foredraget vil kunne købes til reduceret pris på dagen. Tilmelding på mvalumne@gmail.com » Read more

  • 22 October 2013, 14:15-16:00

    Lecture by Isa Blumi: Global Traumas that Shaped Modernity Ottoman Refugees, 1878-1939

    Lecture by Isa Blumi, Leipzig University » Read more

  • 9 October 2013, 13:00-16:00

    Praktik i Europa

    CEMES Student Forum inviterer studerende til informationsmøde om, hvordan du kommer i praktik i udlandet, og hvad du kan bruge det til.  Mulighederne for humanister er mange, så kom og hør seks spændende oplægsholdere, der vil udvide dit syn på praktik. Læs meget mere her. » Read more

  • 8 October 2013, 14:15-16:00

    Lecture by Anamaria Dutceac Segesten: Europe as a Modernity Reference in Romania and Serbia

    The Transformation of South-East Europe and the Ottoman Heritagefrom 1870 to the Twenty-first Century Anamaria Dutceac Segesten, Lund UniversityEurope as a Modernity Reference in Romaniaand Serbia » Read more

  • 2 October 2013, 13:00-15:00

    Public seminar - Cold War

    Lecture by professor Anders Stephanson from Columbia University, NY on John F. Kennedy - The Young Senator as Anti-Imperialist.

    And lecture by Csaba Békés, Corvinus University, Budapest on The Perception and Reception of President John F. Kennedy in the Eastern Bloc.

    » Read more

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