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week 1
Module 1 - October 15th – 26th, 2019

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Mon
Oct 14
14:00
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16:00
Aula Magna della Cavallerizza Reale,Via Giuseppe Verdi, 9
Region Europe Opening Lecture
What Can We Expect? Human Rights, Democracy, and the EU in 2030
Gerald Knaus
Founding Chairman, European Stability Initiative, Germany
Tue
Oct 15
12:00
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14:00
Room E1
Imagined Europe: A New Trans-National Fatherland?
Pietro Scarduelli
University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy
Wed
Oct 16
16:00
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18:00
Room A3
The EU and the Fight between Unity and Division
Roberto Castaldi
E-Campus University and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy
18:00
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20:00
Room A4
Changing Families, Gender Relations and Social Policies: One Europe or More Europe?
Cristina Solera
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Thu
Oct 17
10:00
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12:00
Room A1
European Urban Geography: Problems, Planning and Policies
Alberto Vanolo
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, Italy
week 2
Mon
Oct 21
8:00
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10:00
Room A1
The Gentrification of the European City
Giovanni Semi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society, Italy
18:00
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20:00
Room B2
“Take the Money and..." Financing Politics in Europe
Daniela R. Piccio
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Tue
Oct 22
12:00
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14:00
Room B1
From the Refugee Crisis to the Global Compact on Migration: the EU Challenged
Michela Ceccorulli
University of Bologna, Italy
18:00
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20:00
Room B2
The European Union: Key Issues of Economic, Cultural and Political Geography
Egidio Dansero
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Wed
Oct 23
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 4
Russia and the EU: is it possible to combine cooperation and containment?
Nikolay Kaveshnikov
Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Russia
16:00
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18:00
Room A4
National Communicative and Negotiating Styles in the EU and the Search for an Agreement. Why We Differ and Miscommunicate
Michelangelo Conoscenti
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Thu
Oct 24
8:00
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10:00
Room A2
European Legal Culture and the Future of Europe
Angela Condello
Department of Philosophy, University of Turin; University of Roma Tre
12:00
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14:00
Room B2
Media Freedom under Pressure: Current Challenges and Emerging Responses
Chiara Sighele
Osservatorio su Balcani, Caucaso, Transeuropa/International Cooperation Centre, Italy
14:00
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16:00
Room A2
Inequalities across Europe. A Common Downward Trajectory?
Alberto Gherardini
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
week 3
Module 2 - October 28th – november 8th, 2019

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Mon
Oct 28
18:00
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20:00
Room Einaudi 5
United in Differentiation: Opportunities and Risks of a Differentiated EU
Lorenzo Vai
Istituto Affari Internazionali, Italy
Tue
Oct 29
8:00
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10:00
Room A1
Newsropa. Why the EU Is Loosing the Battle of Communication
Marco Zatterin
Vice-Director of Italian Newspaper “La Stampa”
16:00
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18:00
Room A3
The Protection of Fundamental Rights in Europe: Locking Swords Between Luxembourg, Strasbourg and Third Countries
Stefano Montaldo
University of Turin, Department of Law
18:00
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20:00
Room A3
How Powerful is the European Commission?
Daniela Corona
LUISS University, Rome
Wed
Oct 30
8:00
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10:00
Room A1
EU Engagement with Civil Society
Raffaele Marchetti
LUISS University, Rome
12:00
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14:00
Room B1
Problems and Prospects of the Institutions and Governance of the European Union
Francesco Costamagna
University of Turin, Department of Law
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 4
Europe From Outside Seminar
Far Away Friends: Australia’s European Entanglements in a Time of Global Flux
Nicholas Farrelly
Australian National University
Thu
Oct 31
8:00
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10:00
Room A2
Are Business Élites an Engine of European Integration?
Nicolò Conti
University “UNITELMA Sapienza”, Italy
12:00
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14:00
Room Einaudi 1
Crisis in the History of the EU Integration: A Problem or an Opportunity?
Sara Lagi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
week 4
Mon
Nov 4
12:00
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14:00
Room A3
European Union and Greece - an ambivalent relationship?
Giannis Papageorgiou
University of Thessaloniki, Greece
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 6
Europe From Outside Seminar
Looking at Transatlantic Relations in a Critical Perspective
Markus Thiel
Florida International University, USA
16:00
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18:00
Room D5
Will Brexit Make or Break Great Britain?
David Ellwood
University of Bologna and John Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies
Tue
Nov 5
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Wed
Nov 6
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Thu
Nov 7
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Fri
Nov 8
8:00
-
10:00
Room A2
A Regional Actor in Search of a Global Reach: The European Union’s Strategy on Foreign and Security Policy
Nicoletta Pirozzi
Istituto Affari Internazionali; University “Roma Tre”, Italy
10:00
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12:00
Room A3
European Welfare States and Employment: A Common Market?
Tiziana Nazio
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
12:00
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14:00
Room A3
The Euro Crisis and the Future of European Economy
Alberto Majocchi
University of Pavia; Centre for Studies on Federalism, Italy
week 5
Module 3 - november 11th – november 22th, 2019

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Mon
Nov 11
12:00
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14:00
Room A3
EU Development Cooperation: Characteristics and Critical Issues
Elisa Bignante
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
18:00
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20:00
Room D1
Reframing the Religious Discourse in Europe between Old and New Challenges
Roberta Ricucci
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Tue
Nov 12
9:15
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11:30
Via Maestri del Lavoro, 10
Visit to the United Nations Campus in Turin
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14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 5
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
Can the EU Help Solve the Palestine-Israeli Conflict?
Lily Habash
Governance and International Relations Expert, OPT
16:00
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18:00
Room D1
Lobbying the EU: Interest Groups from Mobilization to Policy Influence
Andrea Pritoni
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Wed
Nov 13
12:00
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14:00
Room A3
The Changing Role and Strategy of the European Union as a Global Trade Actor
Lorenza Mola
University of Turin, Department of Law
Thu
Nov 14
8:00
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10:00
Room A2
Are European Security Policies Learning Something from United States on Migration and Human Rights?
Paolo Bargiacchi
University of Enna “Kore”
12:00
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14:00
Room A1
Europe’s External Energy Action: Between Security and Sustainability
Nicolò Sartori
Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome
16:00
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18:00
Room B3
The Reluctant Hegemon: Germany’s Policy Towards the EU
Jakob Lempp
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany
18:00
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20:00
Room B3
An Externally Constrained Hybrid Regime: Hungary in the European Union
András Bozóki
Central European University, Hungary
Fri
Nov 15
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week 6
Mon
Nov 18
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 5
LOOKING FORWARD LECTURE
Counter-Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat
Jan Zielonka
University of Oxford, UK
Tue
Nov 19
18:00
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20:00
Room B2
Diplomats in Search of an Author? The Establishment of the European External Action Service (EEAS) and Its Implications for National Diplomacy
Lorenzo Vai
Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome
Wed
Nov 20
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 4
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
China’s Global Rise and the Impact on the Existing World Order – Rethinking for Europe
Li Xing
Alboorg University, Denmark
Thu
Nov 21
10:00
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12:00
Room E1
The US and European Unification. A Litmus Test of American Self-Assurance
Gian Giacomo Migone
Emeritus, University of Turin; Former Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Italian Senate
14:00
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16:00
Room H1
The Role of the European Parliament in Shaping the EU Foreign Policy. A View from the Inside
Paolo Bergamaschi
Former Political Advisor at the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament
16:00
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18:00
Room E5
EU-promoted Inter-regional Parliamentary Assemblies: Relevant Actors or Talking Shops?
Andrea Cofelice
Centre for Studies on Federalism, Italy
Fri
Nov 22
10:00
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12:00
room A3
Europe and Middle East: From Euro-Mediterranean Partnership to the Arab Spring and Beyond
Rosita Di Peri
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
12:00
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14:00
Room A3
The European Union and Multilateral Institutions in Asia
Giuseppe Gabusi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
14:00
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16:00
Room Einaudi 5
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
Attraction and Resistance: Israel and the European Union
Sharon Pardo
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel