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The Europaeum organised a graduate research workshop on Risks from Climate Change: Lessons in global diplomacy hosted by the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. This three-day programme investigated the European and international approaches to climate change politics, focusing on its political economy, geography and diplomacy. In the aftermath of the failure of the 2009 Copenhagen climate change conference (COP15) and weeks to the new round of international negotiations in Cancun (COP16), participants will meet to review the key issues in reaching a binding and global treaty on climate change. Speakers included Pierre Beckouche, professor of physical geography, Paris 1, Lydie Goeldner-Gianella, lecturer, Paris 1, and speakers from the OECD and UN.

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Start: 12/11/2010 - 00:00
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The Europaeum organised a graduate research workshop on Risks from Climate Change: Lessons in global diplomacy hosted by the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. This three-day programme investigated the European and international approaches to climate change politics, focusing on its political economy, geography and diplomacy. In the aftermath of the failure of the 2009 Copenhagen climate change conference (COP15) and weeks to the new round of international negotiations in Cancun (COP16), participants will meet to review the key issues in reaching a binding and global treaty on climate change. Speakers included Pierre Beckouche, professor of physical geography, Paris 1, Lydie Goeldner-Gianella, lecturer, Paris 1, and speakers from the OECD and UN.

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Start: 12/11/2010 - 00:00
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The Europaeum organised a graduate research workshop on Risks from Climate Change: Lessons in global diplomacy hosted by the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. This three-day programme investigated the European and international approaches to climate change politics, focusing on its political economy, geography and diplomacy. In the aftermath of the failure of the 2009 Copenhagen climate change conference (COP15) and weeks to the new round of international negotiations in Cancun (COP16), participants will meet to review the key issues in reaching a binding and global treaty on climate change. Speakers included Pierre Beckouche, professor of physical geography, Paris 1, Lydie Goeldner-Gianella, lecturer, Paris 1, and speakers from the OECD and UN.

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Professor Richard BaldwinProfessor Richard BaldwinProfessor Richard Baldwin, Professor of Economics, at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, gave a Europaeum Lecture in Oxford at Balliol College on November 15th on The Great Trade Collapse: What happened ? What happens next ? The discussant will be Professor Tony Venables of the University of Oxford. The theme relates to his recent book, co-ordinated through The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). Professor Baldwin served as Europaeum Visiting Professor, also taking a seminar of Economics graduates and give a talk at the Economics Faculty. For some background see his recent article on The great trade collapse and trade imbalances. For full details of the talk see the event Poster.
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Start: 19/11/2010 - 00:00
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Apotheosis of Antoninus PiusApotheosis of Antoninus Pius

Ninth Classics Colloquium:
Death and the Afterlife

Jagiellonian University, Krakow

19-21 November 2010

The theme for the 2010 Classics Colloquium – the ninth in our series – will be Death and the Afterlife. This theme will include a broad range of subjects and areas of research: linguistics, literature, culture, religion, philosophy, archeology, art history and others. Classics graduate scholars at member universities of the Europaeum are invited to take part in this Colloquium, which aims to bring young European classics scholars together with leading academic experts, with the chance to present papers for discussion and critique by a fellow scholar.

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Start: 19/11/2010 - 00:00
End: 21/11/2010 - 23:59
Apotheosis of Antoninus PiusApotheosis of Antoninus Pius

Ninth Classics Colloquium:
Death and the Afterlife

Jagiellonian University, Krakow

19-21 November 2010

The theme for the 2010 Classics Colloquium – the ninth in our series – will be Death and the Afterlife. This theme will include a broad range of subjects and areas of research: linguistics, literature, culture, religion, philosophy, archeology, art history and others. Classics graduate scholars at member universities of the Europaeum are invited to take part in this Colloquium, which aims to bring young European classics scholars together with leading academic experts, with the chance to present papers for discussion and critique by a fellow scholar.

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Start: 19/11/2010 - 00:00
End: 21/11/2010 - 23:59
Apotheosis of Antoninus PiusApotheosis of Antoninus Pius

Ninth Classics Colloquium:
Death and the Afterlife

Jagiellonian University, Krakow

19-21 November 2010

The theme for the 2010 Classics Colloquium – the ninth in our series – will be Death and the Afterlife. This theme will include a broad range of subjects and areas of research: linguistics, literature, culture, religion, philosophy, archeology, art history and others. Classics graduate scholars at member universities of the Europaeum are invited to take part in this Colloquium, which aims to bring young European classics scholars together with leading academic experts, with the chance to present papers for discussion and critique by a fellow scholar.

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Start: 10/12/2010 - 00:00
End: 11/12/2010 - 23:59

The European Political Concepts Research Group, originally sponsored by the Europaeum, will be holding its sixth follow-up meeting in Berlin on Defining Political Concepts in Europe, on December 10-11th, kindly sponsored through the Finnish Institute in Berlin. The Group, conceived in 2006, has been busy exploring how different key concepts in political philosophy can hold very different, contextualised meanings in different countries or regions or sectors or times, of Europe and of European society. At this meeting, participants will include the pioneers, Professor Michael Freeden from Oxford, Professor Henrik Stenius, plus many other colleagues. Please download the Agenda for the meeting, and check out an informational brochure about the Project.

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Start: 10/12/2010 - 00:00
End: 11/12/2010 - 23:59

The European Political Concepts Research Group, originally sponsored by the Europaeum, will be holding its sixth follow-up meeting in Berlin on Defining Political Concepts in Europe, on December 10-11th, kindly sponsored through the Finnish Institute in Berlin. The Group, conceived in 2006, has been busy exploring how different key concepts in political philosophy can hold very different, contextualised meanings in different countries or regions or sectors or times, of Europe and of European society. At this meeting, participants will include the pioneers, Professor Michael Freeden from Oxford, Professor Henrik Stenius, plus many other colleagues. Please download the Agenda for the meeting, and check out an informational brochure about the Project.

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