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Europe@LSE Seminars

The interdepartmental Europe@LSE research seminar is jointly organised by the Government Department, the International Relations Department and the European Institute. We intend to provide a School-wide forum for research on Europe, beyond the borders of the European Union and in all disciplines. It is open to the academic public but we hope in particular that LSE staff and doctoral students doing research in relevant areas become regular attendants so as to create a scholarly community. Seminars take place once a month, typically followed by coffee or lunch with the speaker.

For further information, please email Waltraud Schelkle|.

Lent Term Events

Thursday 22 January 2009, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars
Spyros Economides
(LSE)
'
The EU and state-building in the Balkans'

Thursday 12 February 2009, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars

Michael Bruter
(LSE)
'
Mapping the European Extreme Right' Thursday 12 March 2009, 12.00-13.30, Room S75
Europe@LSE Seminars
Cornelia Woll
(Sciences Po)
'Firm interests. How governments shape business lobbying on global trade'

Thursday 7 May 2009, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars

Jonathan White
  (LSE)
'Citizenship through partisanship?  Political conflict and the EU polity'



Michaelmas Term Events

Thursday 16 October 2008, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars          

Christopher Hill
(Cambridge)
'The meaning of Europeanisation in the context of foreign policy'

Thursday 6 November 2008, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars
Miriam Hartlapp
(Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin)
'The Commission as a unitary actor? Position formation and internal dynamics'

Thursday 11 December 2008, 12.00-13.30, Room J116
Europe@LSE Seminars
Erik Jones
(Johns Hopkins University Bologna)
'The political economy of optimum currency areas -- lessons from the euro's first decade?'

 

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