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Audio and video of past lectures


Conversations on Europe. “Writing From a Mediterranean Island: In-Between Languages and Literary Spaces.” Mehmet Yashin, poet and author. Mar 22, 2012. audio | video

Conversations on Europe. "Trans-imperial Subjects and the Mediation of Sovereignty in the Early Modern Mediterranean." Natalie Rothman, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto. Dec 8, 2011 audio | video

Conversations on Europe. “Transcultural Aesthetics and Inscriptions of the Artist: Self-portraiture in Nineteenth-century Istanbul.” Mary Roberts, The John Schaeffer Associate Professor of British Art, University of Sydney. Nov 10, 2011. audio | video


CES-EUC End of Semester Luncheon. "Charting the Mediterranean Acress the Disciplines." Dario Gaggio, moderator. Speakers: Maria Hadjipolycarpou, Amr Kamal, and Karla Mallete, U-M. Apr 20, 2011. audio | video

Conversations on Europe. "The Rebordering of the Mediterranean. European Citizenship and Migration from the Spanish Perspective." Liliana Suárez Navaz, Professor of Anthropology, Autonomous University Madrid. Apr 14, 2011. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "'Fortress Europe': Pushing Back Unwanted Migrants." Marco Jacquemet, Associate Professor of Communication Studies, University of San Francisco. Apr 7, 2011. audio | videovideo slidecast

Conversations on Europe. "The Sultan's Album: Bringing the Empire into the Palace." Emine Fetvaci, Assistant Professor of Art History, Boston University. Mar 31, 2011. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "Cultural Hybridity in the Medieval Mediterranean: A Concept in Search of Evidence?" Peregrine Horden, Professor of Medieval History, University of London. Mar 10, 2011.  audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "Intimate Violence: Popular Anti-Jewish Riots in Occupied Poland." Jeffrey Kopstein, Professor of Political Science, Director, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto. Feb 17, 2011.  audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "The Balkan Sight of the Mediterranean (or the Unbearable Similarity of the Other.)" Gazmend Kapllani, journalist and author. Feb 3, 2011. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "Fiscal federalism reforms in the European Union and the Greek crisis." Mark Hallerberg, Professor of Public Management and Political Economy, Hertie School of Governance. Jan 20, 2011. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "The Sacralization of Politics in Europe and Beyond." Anna Grzymala-Busse, Professor of Political Science. The College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Ronald and Eileen Weiser Professorship in European and Eurasian Studies Inaugural Lecture. Dec 2, 2010.  audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "US and EU Antitrust Policies: Implications for Global Corporations." Damien Geradin, Professor of Competition Law and Economics, Tilburg University; William W. Cook Global Law Professor, University of Michigan Law School. Oct 21, 2010. audio | video 

EUC Annual Distinguished Lecture on Europe.
"An Imperfect Union: Understanding European Integration." Desmond Dinan, George Mason University. Thu, Oct 14, 2010. audio | video  (EUC Annual Distinguished Lecture on Europe airs on Michigan Channel. Please see for more information.)

WCED Lecture.
"European Dimension of the Global Crisis." Marek Belka, president, National Bank of Poland; and former director, European Department, International Monetary Fund. Oct 12, 2010. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "The Importance of Actor Cleavages in Negotiating a European Constitution." Madeleine Hosli, professor of international relations, Leiden University; Netherlands Visiting Professor of Political Science. Oct 7, 2010. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "Latino Immigrants in Europe." José C. Moya, professor of history and director, Forum on Migration, Barnard College, Columbia University. Sept 30, 2010. audio | video 

Conversations on Europe. "The Financial Crisis in Greece: Causes and Social Consequences." Harris Mylonas, assistant professor of political science and international affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University. Sept 16, 2010. audio | video