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  • 4 December 2009, 13:15-17:00

    Cultural Memory and European Diversity

    The uses of History and the narratives of Religion in the construction of national identities. 

    Professor Amila Buturovic, York University, Toronto. Professor Peter Madsen, Copenhagen University. Associate Professor Max Liljefors, Lund University. PhD. Bergur R. Moberg, Copenhagen University.

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  • 24 November 2009, 14:00-16:00

    Guest-lecture by Professor Malte Hagener University of Lünenburg, Leuphana, Germany

    The Birth of Film Culture from the Spirit of the Avant-garde -
    How the European avant-garde invented film theory, art-house cinemas and film festivals » Read more

  • 19 November - 20 November 2009

    Identity Nationalism and Cultural Policy in Europe

    • Which ideas of nationalism are displayed in European cultural policy?
    • How are the issues handled in the European Union?
    • How are identity, nationalism and cultural policy reflected in the human and social sciences?
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  • 17 November 2009, 14:00-16:00

    Europa og Moderniteten - debatmøde med Søren Mørch og Uffe Østergård

    Er moderniteten et særligt europæisk (eller vestligt fænomen) og i hvilken grad har de europæisken samfund og den Europæiske Union patent på modernitet i dag? Og hvordan hænger kristendom og modernitet sammen? » Read more

  • 20 October 2009, 15:00-17:30

    Europa hvad nu? Europas fremtid efter Irlands folkeafstemning

    Dette seminar vil blive indledt af en debat imellem to internationale eksperter nemlig Peter Ludlow (European Strategy Forum) og Calypso Nicolaïdis (Oxford University). Derefter vil folketingets europapolitiske ordførere debatere. » Read more

  • 28 September 2009, 13:15-15:00

    Transitional Dynamics in Europe Compared. A Century of European Islam

    Professor Isa Blumi
    Georgia State University

     

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  • 9 September - 12 September 2009

    Inter-disciplinary Conference: The Politics of Social Cohesion

    The concept of social cohesion is becoming increasingly important in politics as well as public opinion. In particular, migration and the forms of ethnocultural diversity to which it gives rise are increasingly considered causes of conflict and destabilizing factors in contemporary democratic regimes, in part because such diversity is believed to undermine important values, including trust and solidarity. The main idea is that social identities determine attachment to and solidarity with those who belong to one’s group and separation and detachment from those who do not belong. As a result of this, it is further feared that diversity tends to undermine social spending and ultimately the welfare state. One aspect of these developments is that the work of social scientists on social cohesion is increasingly becoming politicized. This inter-disciplinary conference aims to address social cohesion and the political uses to which this concept is put, in particular in relation to ethnocultural diversity. Important questions include: What are the mechanisms through which social or national identities foster cohesion (e.g. trust and solidarity) and inclusion, and what are the mechanisms through which they foster conflict and exclusion? To what extent does the empirical evidence support various political claims about the importance of e.g. shared national identities as a precondition for solidarity and peaceful community life? Which kinds of community are (most) conducive to integration and stability, e.g. is citizenship enough? How is immigration related to social cohesion and levels of social spending? Why have social cohesion discourses gained such prominence in contemporary liberal societies? What do normative ideals such as liberty and equality imply with respect to a) immigration policies that aim at protecting/fostering social cohesion, and b) what we may legitimately expect from minorities and majorities with respect to conforming to a shared identity? Do multicultural policies undermine social cohesion? Confirmed speakers include: Keith Banting, Policy Studies, Queen’s University Nils Holtug, Philosophy, University of Copenhagen Christian Joppke, Government, American University of Paris James Jupp, Immigration and Multicultural Studies, Australian National University Niels Kærgård, Economics, University of Copenhagen Yngve Lithman, Sociology, University of Bergen Andrew Mason, Social Science, University of Southampton Per Mouritsen, Politics, University of Aarhus Varun Uberoi, Politics & International Relations, University of Oxford  Eric Uslaner, Government and Politics, University of Maryland Ellie Vasta, COMPAS, University of Oxford Download the conference programme here. Call for Papers: Please send an abstract of no more than 200 words to cesem@hum.ku.dk on May 1, 2009 at noon at the latest. Registration is necessary. To registrate click here. Links to hotels in near distance of the conference venue: http://www.ansgar-hotel.dk/ http://www.hotelopera.dk/ http://www.radissonblu.com/falconerhotel-copenhagen http://www.hotelchristianiv.dk/ http://www.cabinn.com/kbh/express/express.html » Read more

  • 12 June 2009, 13:00

    Marie Sandberg - Offentligt forsvar for PhD afhandling

    Grænsens nærvær og fravær. Europæiseringsprocesser i en tvillingby på den polsk-tyske grænse. » Read more

  • 5 June - 6 June 2009

    Orthodoxy and Innovation

    International conference: Orthodoxy and innovation in the Greek-speaking world from
    Byzantium to the 21st century. » Read more

  • 14 May - 16 May 2009

    The Crisis of Europe

    Building on the German cultural analyst Siegfried Kracauer, the Italian historian Carlo Ginzburg operates with various optical perspectives: Close ups and long shots. Employing this complex and differentiated lens technique, the conference suggests shifting between micro- and macro-culture-historical approaches to the period 1914-1991, which – with two world wars and a cold war – marked a paradigm shift decisively changing Europe’s attitudes and ways of relating to the world....
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  • 12 May 2009, 14:00-16:00

    CEMES-debat

    Nationalstat, europæisering og globalisering 

    Center for moderne Europastudier (CEMES) indkalder til det første debat-møde i en serie om aktuelle og væsentlige Europa-spørgsmål.

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  • 11 May 2009, 13:15-17:00

    At Konstruere Sine Europæiske Rødder.

    Seminar: At Konstruere Sine Europæiske Rødder. Myte, Modernitet og Højreradikalisme i 1900-tallets Europa

     

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  • 15 April - 17 April 2009

    Europeanization, Welfare and Democracy

    The Centre for Modern European Studies (CEMES) (in collaboration with EWED and financed by Theme Pack 11: Welfare and Democracy) is hosting a three day international conference on Europeanisation, Welfare and Democracy at The University of Copenhagen, Southern Campus, from April 15 - April 17 2009.

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  • 4 March 2009, 15:15-17:00

    In Search of Authenticity

    Guest lecture by Professor Stefanie von Schnurbein, Nordeuropa-Institut, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin:
    In Search of Authenticity. History, Ideology, and Context of Contemporary Neopaganism. » Read more

  • 23 January 2009,

    EIEL Meeting

    The Next meeting in the Researh Group European Imaginaries – European life-modes (EIEL) will talke place on February 3rd 2009. For more information read » Read more

  • 20 January - 21 January 2009

    European Citizenship and Cultural Identity seminar

    Due to the European integration process it is urgent to understand how perceptions of culture and citizenship is about to take shape and how citizenship can be comprehended from different perspectives in relation to the complex European context. » Read more

  • 5 December 2008, 14:15-18:00

    Opening_seminar

    The construction of a unified, modern Europe is at the same time a pragmatic, economic and political project created after decades of violent European history and the result of a much longer historical development in which ideas and visions of a European identity and culture have developed and influenced art, literature, religion, media, philosophy and political thinking. Although, Europe has probably never been more unified, prosperous and peaceful, we suffer from a number of tensions inheren...
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  • 3 December 2008, 09:00-22:00

    Dynamikker i Europas Forandring

    Satsningsområdet "Europa i forandring" inviterer hermed til en internt forskningskonference. Formålet er at diskutere satsningsområdets erfaringer, præsentere de nye europacentre ved KU og sammen overveje hvorledes KU's europaforskning i de kommende år skal udvikles. » Read more

  • 2 November 2008,

    MEDEK seminar

    International seminar. Film culture: the national, the European and the global » Read more

  • 23 October 2008,

    Selma Lagerlöf, internationalt, interskandinavisk og intermedialt

    I anledning af Selma Lagerlöfs 150 år fødselsdag, som fejres i år, lægger netværket Ìmagining Scandinavia ud med en seminardag, som afholdes på det gamle "Biskopshuset" i Lund den 23. oktober 2008, kl. 10-18. Se program og yderligere information her » Read more

  • 9 September 2008, 10:00

    Intellectuals, Media and the European public sphere

    On this seminar international and national researchers will discuss themes related to both the contemporary and historical dimensions of the role of intellectuals in the formation of the public sphere and the role of media and public debate and journalism in a transnational, global context with special emphasis on the European dimension. Program » Read more

  • 28 August 2008, 10:00

    Research in Europe in the Humanities

    Seminar om organiseringen af forskning ved CEMES for forskere på 
    fakultetet » Read more

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