The European Studies Council and the International Alliance of Research Universities presents the European Studies Graduate Fellows two day conference.
“Europe in Flux.”
This conference will bring together graduate students from across disciplines - political science, cultural studies, history, environmental studies, economics - to discuss the most pressing challenges facing Europe today. Graduate students of Yale University, other universities in the northeast region of the United States, and member institutions of The International Alliance of Research Universities will present and meet together.
9:15 AM - Breakfast & Registration Henry R. Luce Hall, Common Room
9:30 AM - Welcome Remarks by Edyta Bojanowska, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures; and Chair of the European Studies Council at the MacMillan Center, Yale University
10:00 AM - Defining Culture in Eastern Europe: Production and Destruction in Putin’s Russia Henry R. Luce Hall, Rm 202
11:30 AM - Lunch, Henry R. Luce Hall, Common Room
12:30 PM - Environmental Transitions in Europe and Russia: Public Discourse, Social Movements, and Policies, Henry R. Luce Hall, Rm 202
2:15 PM - Coffee Break, Henry R. Luce Hall, Common Room
2:30 PM - Growing European Economic Challenges, Henry R. Luce Hall, Rm 202
4:15 PM - Keynote Lecture - Contemporary Security Challenges for Europe. Her Excellency Ambassador Milica Pejanovic-Durisic, (Permanent Representative of Montenegro to the United Nations). Introduced by Yuriy Sergeyev, former Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations; and Visiting Lecturer, Yale University, Henry R. Luce Hall, Auditorium
5:15 PM Reception, Henry R. Luce Hall, Common Room