Access to EUCE virtual content, including events and conferences from all over the globe
Carleton University’s EUCE Virtual Research Bridge is a virtual research seminar series to link EUCEs worldwide. Our first one occurred last spring, and we’ll be holding another in Fall 2014. This involves either one of our scholars or a scholar from another EUCE presenting current research in a virtual seminar for EUCE scholars who can sign up to participate. Read more here.
University of Pittsburgh’s EUCE – Conversations on Europe
|Upcoming Events:October 2, 2014: 25 Years of the Berlin Republic
October 21, 2014: 1914 Revisited? The EU-US-Russian Triangle
November 18, 2014: Displaced: The Refugee Crisis In The Mediterranean Basin
In this online survey course, you will have access to a wide range of literature on border studies, including the history, culture, economics, and security of borders. There will be a special focus on the politics and policy-making processes that span the study of international borders. We will compare European borders to those in North America and elsewhere in the world.
This course is open, on a non-credit basis, to professionals in the public and private sector, as well as to community members with a strong interest in borders!
This course is made possible thanks to the generous funding of the European Union Centre of Excellence and the Jean Monnet Chair in European Border and Urban Region Policies at the University of Victoria.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the course content.