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May 2014


The Rise of the Far Right in Europe

Thursday May 15, 2014
6 pm
HUB room 160

Suzanne Daley, NYT Reporter

Hellenic Studies, The Jackson School of International Studies

Taso Lagos


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Suzanne Daley, NY Times: "The Rise of the Far Right in Europe"

Thursday May 15, 2014
6-7 p.m.
HUB Lyceum

Suzanne Daley, New York Times foreign correspondent

Hellenic Studies Program and the Jackson School of International Studies

jasonh@uw.edu

Suzanne Daley became a foreign correspondent covering Europe for The New York Times in March 2010.

Previously, Ms. Daley had been the national editor of The Times, taking over just weeks
after Hurricane Katrina flattened New Orleans in 2005. During her tenure, the national
desk covered events ranging from the massacre at Virginia Tech to the collapse of the
Minneapolis bridge, and won a Pulitzer for a series, “The DNA Age,” which chronicled how
the study of genetics was changing life for average Americans.

Ms. Daley’s previous assignments at The Times include education editor, chief of the Paris
bureau, chief of the Johannesburg bureau and deputy metropolitan editor.


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2014 Graduate Research Workshop on the European Union

Thursday May 15, 2014 to Friday May 16, 2014
8:00am-5:00pm
University of Colorado Boulder

Professors James Caporaso (University of Washington), Joseph Jupille (University of Colorado), Cliff Carrubba (Emory University)

European Union Center of Excellence of Seattle

ceuce@colorado.edu

A forum for US-based graduate students at the dissertation level to present research focused on the EU and/or Transatlantic Relations to faculty and peers and improve EU research in the U.S. with an eye toward publication of research results. Graduate students selected to participate will be expected to give a formal presentation of their research proposal. Costs of a round trip economy airfare from participants’ home cities to Denver, along with two nights’ hotel stay and most meals will be covered. Applications will be accepted through April 2nd, 2014, and acceptances will be notified by April 9, 2014.
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Historic City Encounters Modern Urbanism: Mid-20th Century Transformation of Istanbul

Tuesday May 20, 2014
4:30 p.m.
Thomson Hall, Room 101

Professor Sibel Bozdogan

Middle East Center, EU Center for Excellence, & Center for West European Studies, Jackson School of International Studies

mecuw@uw.edu, cwes@uw.edu

Sibel Bozdogan, Harvard Graduate School of Design, specializes in trans-national histories of modern architecture/urbanism of the 19th and 20th centuries and the politics of modern architecture. Her many publications include: Turkey: Modern Architectures of the World (2012); Modernism and National Building: Turkish Architectural Culture in the Early Republic (2001); and Rethinking Modernity and National Identity in Turkey, co-authored with Resat Kasaba (1997).

This presentation is part of the "Turkey, the EU and the West: A Changing Landscape" series. See May 21 and May 22 for more lectures in the series.


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European Capital of Culture or Dubai on the Bosporus? Neo-Liberal Urbanism since 2002

Wednesday May 21, 2014
4:30 p.m.
Thomson Hall, Room 101

Professor Sibel Bozdogan

Middle East Center, EU Center for Excellence, & Center for West European Studies, Jackson School of International Studies

mecuw@uw.edu, cwes@uw.edu

Sibel Bozdogan, Harvard Graduate School of Design, specializes in trans-national histories of modern architecture/urbanism of the 19th and 20th centuries; and the politics of modern architecture: theories of modernity, identity, nationalism and globalization. Her many publications include: Turkey: Modern Architectures of the World (2012), Modernism and Nation Building: Turkish Architectural Culture in the Early Republic (2001); and Rethinking Modernity and National Identity in Turkey, with Resat Kasaba (1997). 

This presentation is part of the series: "Turkey, the EU, and the West: A Changing Landscape. See May 20 and May 22 for more presentations in the series.


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Fifty Years of EU-Turkish Relations in Turbulent Times: Where to Go from Here?

Thursday May 22, 2014
7:00 p.m.
Kane Hall, Room 210

Dr. Kemal Kirisci

Middle East Center, EU Center for Excellence, & Center for West European Studies, Jackson School of International Studies

mecuw@uw.edu, cwes@uw.edu

Presenter: Dr. Kemal Kirisici, TUSIAD Senior Fellow, Brookings Institute. The presentation will be followed by a round table discussion with Professor Sibel Bozdogan, Harvard University; and Professor Resat Kasaba, Director, Jackson School of International Studies.

Part of the "Turkey, the EU, and the West: A Changing Landscape" series.  See May 20 and May 21 for lectures by Sibel Bozdogan. 


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Turkey and the European Union

Tuesday May 20, 2014 to Thursday May 22, 2014

The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies

Professor Sibel Bozdogan (Harvard University), Dr. Kemal Kirisci (Brookings Institute), Dr. Resat Kasaba (Jackson School)

European Union Center of Excellence of Seattle, Middle East Center

euc@uw.edu

The EU Center of Excellence, the Center for West European Studies, the Middle East Center, and the Jackson School of International Studies present three lectures and a roundtable discussion focusing on Turkey’s relationship with the European Union, Europe and the West. Professor Sibel Bozdogan of Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design will give two lectures on the rebuilding of Istanbul in the twentieth century. Dr. Kemal Kirisci, TUSIAD Senior Fellow, Brookings Institute, will give a talk titled “Fifty Years of EU-Turkish Relations in Turbulent Times: Where to Go from Here?” followed by a roundtable discussion with Drs. Kirisci, Bozdogan, and Kasaba.
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European Union Center of Excellence
120 Thomson Hall
Box 353650
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3650
(206) 616-2415 office
(206) 616-2462 fax
euc@uw.edu