Europe’s New Divides


Europe’s New Divides examines the divisions forming in Europe since the start of “unification” in 1989: between the Western European center and Southern and Eastern peripheries, low-cost laborers and high-income consumers, the young unemployed and their pensioned elders, and the continent and its extended neighborhood in North Africa, the Middle East, and beyond.

Past Events

2014–2015

CANCELLED: Adapting to Modernity or Taming It? Catholicism’s Laborious Relationship with Liberalism
April 9, 2015

Catalonia at the Crossroads
April 8, 2015

States of Division: Borders and Boundary-Formation in the Cold War and Beyond
April 7, 2015

Foreign Policy as an Identity Marker: Understanding Turkey’s De-Alignment from the EU
February 12, 2015

Flashpoint Europe
January 23, 2015

Europe’s New Divides examines the divisions forming in Europe since the start of “unification” in 1989: between the Western European center and Southern and Eastern peripheries, low-cost laborers and high-income consumers, the young unemployed and their pensioned elders, and the continent and its extended neighborhood in North Africa, the Middle East, and beyond.

Past Events

2014–2015

CANCELLED: Adapting to Modernity or Taming It? Catholicism’s Laborious Relationship with Liberalism
April 9, 2015

Catalonia at the Crossroads
April 8, 2015

States of Division: Borders and Boundary-Formation in the Cold War and Beyond
April 7, 2015

Foreign Policy as an Identity Marker: Understanding Turkey’s De-Alignment from the EU
February 12, 2015

Flashpoint Europe
January 23, 2015

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