the program

Timetable

Week 5
Module 3
November 15, 2021
-
November 26, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Sun
Nov 15
No items found.
Week 1
Module 1
October 18, 2021
-
October 29, 2021

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Mon
Oct 18
14:00
-
16:00
Room D1
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
The EU and Palestine, Destined Disillusionment or Potential Remedy?
Lily Habash
Governance and International Relations Expert
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
European Urban Geography: Problems, Planning and Policies
Alberto Vanolo
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Week 1
Module 1
October 18, 2021
-
October 29, 2021

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Tue
Oct 19
14:00
-
16:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
The EU Seen from Brazil
Andrea Ribeiro Hoffmann
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
18:00
-
20:00
Room A1
Meeting link
The Political Identity of the Europeans: What Is This?
Furio Cerutti
Emeritus, University of Florence, Italy
Week 1
Module 1
October 18, 2021
-
October 29, 2021

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Wed
Oct 20
14:00
-
16:00
Aula Magna
Meeting link
REGION EUROPE OPENING LECTURE
How to Make Europe a People’s Project?
Alberto Alemanno
Jean Monnet Professor in EU law, HEC Paris; Permanent Visiting Professor, University of Tokyo and College of Europe, Bruges
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
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
Week 1
Module 1
October 18, 2021
-
October 29, 2021

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Thu
Oct 21
18:00
-
20:00
Room A1
Meeting link
The Emergence of a Transnational Cleavage: EU Mobilization and Electoral Support
Nicolò Conti
University “UNITELMA Sapienza”, Italy
Week 1
Module 1
October 18, 2021
-
October 29, 2021

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Fri
Oct 22
8:00
-
10:00
Room A3
Meeting link
“Take the Money and...". Financing Politics in Europe
Daniela R. Piccio
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Week 2
Module 1
October 12, 2020
-
October 23, 2020

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Tue
Oct 26
10:00
-
12:00
Room A2
Meeting link
Reframing the Religious Discourse in Europe between Old and New Challenges
Roberta Ricucci
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
12:00
-
14:00
Room A2
Meeting link
European Welfare States and Employment: A Common Market?
Tiziana Nazio
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
America and the Politics of Change in Europe from the Marshall Plan to Google
David Ellwood
University of Bologna and John Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies
Week 2
Module 1
October 12, 2020
-
October 23, 2020

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Wed
Oct 27
12:00
-
14:00
Room A1
Meeting link
The Political Dimension of Migration: The EU and 'Migration Crisis'
Michela Ceccorulli
University of Bologna, Italy
14:00
-
16:00
Room A1
Meeting link
The US' view of the EU: Transatlantic Politics of Optics or Substance?
Markus Thiel
Florida International University, USA
Week 2
Module 1
October 12, 2020
-
October 23, 2020

Political, economic, social and cultural features of Europe

Thu
Oct 28
10:00
-
12:00
Room D3
Meeting link
Gentrification, Platform Capitalism and the Pandemic City
Giovanni Semi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EU VOICES SEMINAR
"Je t’aime, moi non plus” 40 Years of an Uneven Relationship between Europe and Greece
Giannis Papageorgiou
University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Week 3
Module 2
November 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Tue
Nov 2
12:00
-
14:00
Room D5
Meeting link
EUROPE IN THE WORLD LECTURE
The Dragon -Slayer, the Panda- Hugger and the Strategist: Europe and the Great Powers
Sven Biscop
Director, Egmont Institute, Brussels
Week 3
Module 2
November 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Wed
Nov 3
8:00
-
10:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EU VOICES SEMINAR
Newsropa. Why the EU is Losing the Battle of Communication?
Marco Zatterin
Vice-Director of Italian Newspaper “La Stampa”
12:00
-
14:00
Room A1
Meeting link
European Governance of Energy Transition
Nicolò Sartori
Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome
Week 3
Module 2
November 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Thu
Nov 4
10:00
-
12:00
Room H4
Meeting link
The Conference on the Future of Europe and the Challenge of Political Union
Roberto Castaldi
Director, EurActiv Italy; Ecampus University
Week 3
Module 2
November 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Fri
Nov 5
12:00
-
14:00
Room C1
Meeting link
European Legal Culture and the Future of Europe
Angela Condello
Department of Philosophy, University of Turin; RomaTre University
Week 4
Module 2
October 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Week 4
Module 2
October 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Wed
Nov 10
12:00
-
14:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
India and the European Union: Towards Greater Convergence?
Rajendra Jain
Jean Monnet Chair. Former Professor and Chairman, Centre for European Studies School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
Week 4
Module 2
October 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Thu
Nov 11
12:00
-
14:00
Room B2
Meeting link
How Powerful is the European Commission?
Daniela Corona
LUISS University, Rome
14:00
-
16:00
Room C4
Meeting link
Families, Gender and Welfare: Convergences and Divergences across Europe
Cristina Solera
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
Week 4
Module 2
October 2, 2021
-
November 12, 2021

Historical, Political and Economic Features of European Integration

Fri
Nov 12
8:00
-
10:00
Room A2
Meeting link
Crisis in the History of the EU Integration: A Problem or an Opportunity?
Sara Lagi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
10:00
-
12:00
Room A2
Meeting link
EU Engagement with Civil Society
Raffaele Marchetti
LUISS University, Rome
12:00
-
14:00
Room C1
Meeting link
EU VOICES SEMINAR
An Externally Constrained Hybrid Regime: Hungary in the European Union
András Bozóki
Central European University, Hungary
Week 5
Module 3
November 15, 2021
-
November 26, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Tue
Nov 16
10:00
-
12:00
Room D5 (starts at 10.30)
Meeting link
The Euro at Twenty: Trouble or Chance?
Fabio Masini
University Roma Tre; EurActiv Italy
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EU VOICES SEMINAR
The EU Seen from a Post-Merkel Germany
Jakob Lempp
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Week 5
Module 3
November 15, 2021
-
November 26, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Wed
Nov 17
14:00
-
16:00
Room A1
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
“They Pretend to Want Us In, and We Pretend to Reform”:The Image of the EU in the Western Balkans
Jovan Teokarevic
University of Belgrade, Serbia
Week 5
Module 3
November 15, 2021
-
November 26, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Thu
Nov 18
14:00
-
16:00
Room H5
Meeting link
The EU Through the Crises: Has the European Parliament Been Irrelevant?
Edoardo Bressanelli
Scuola Superiore Sant’anna, Pisa, Italy
Week 5
Module 3
November 15, 2021
-
November 26, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Week 6
Module 3
November 9, 2020
-
November 20, 2020

-

Mon
Nov 22
10:00
-
12:00
Room D3
Meeting link
China's Belt and Road Initiative and the European Union: An Exercise in Order-Shaping
Giuseppe Gabusi
University of Turin, Department of Cultures, Politics and Society
12:00
-
14:00
Room B1
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
Japan-EU Civilian Power Cooperation in a Changing Global Order
Hidetoshi Nakamura
Waseda University, Japan
Week 6
Module 3
November 9, 2020
-
November 20, 2020

-

Tue
Nov 23
12:00
-
14:00
Room A1
Meeting link
Discovering Own Arcticness: the EU’s Adventures in the Changing Arctic
Adam Stepien
University of Lapland, Finland
16:00
-
18:00
Room F4
Meeting link
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
Week 6
Module 3
November 9, 2020
-
November 20, 2020

-

Wed
Nov 24
10:00
-
12:00
Room F4
Meeting link
EU Development Cooperation: Characteristics and Critical Issues
Valerio Bini
University of Milan, Italy
16:00
-
18:00
Room A1
Meeting link
United in Differentiation: Opportunities and Risks of a Differentiated EU
Lorenzo Vai
Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Italy
Week 6
Module 3
November 9, 2020
-
November 20, 2020

-

Thu
Nov 25
14:00
-
16:00
Room F4
Meeting link
EU - Turkey Relations: the Role of the European Parliament
Elena Baracani
University of Bologna, Italy
Week 6
Module 3
November 9, 2020
-
November 20, 2020

-

Fri
Nov 26
No items found.
Week 7
Module 3
November 29, 2021
-
December 3, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Thu
Dec 2
12:00
-
14:00
Room B3
Meeting link
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
Week 7
Module 3
November 29, 2021
-
December 3, 2021

EU Foreign Policy and Interregional Relations

Tue
Dec 14
11:15
-
13:45
On Webex
Meeting link
EUROPE FROM OUTSIDE SEMINAR
Europe from Outside Seminar: Africa-EU Relations: African Perspectives
Maurizio Carbone, Guia Migani, Ottilia Anna Maunganidze, Charles Mutasa, Jide Okeke
Jean Monnet Professor of International Relations and Development, University of Glasgow; Professor of Contemporary History, Université de Tours Ottilia; Head of Special Projects, Institute for Security Studies; Mutasa, Independent Development Policy Advisor; Coordinator of the Regional Programme for Africa, UNDP