This is the second week of the lecture series addressing the present crisis of modernity, examining not only problems but also solutions to this crisis. All events are free and open to the public. They are held at the College of Education Classroom 103, George Pearl Hall 101 (Architecture Building), and Dane Smith Hall. (Map)
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Catalan Studies in the Spanish and Portuguese Department and the CU Catalan Club invite you to Catalan Day at CU for a great afternoon of film, discussion and food. The event is open to the public.
Schedule of Events:
4:10 p.m. Documentary Cataluña-Espanya by Catalan director Isona Passola. Coffee and refreshments provided.
5:30 p.m. Professor Carles Boix lecture: "Catalonia's March Toward Self Determination: Why and How".
6:30 p.m. Round table with Professors Javier Krauel and Juan Herrero (Department of Spanish and Portuguese) and Scott Feinstein (Department Political Science)
7:30 p.m. Reception with traditional Catalan food.
The European Student Conference is a unique opportunity to work alongside globally minded thinkers,
current decision makers, and renowned academics to analyze the role of the EU and its relationship to the United States. Participants will work in small groups led by EU policy makers and professors to develop policy recommendations, seek solutions to the EU’s problems, and think about how to foster greater US-EU relations. The conference merges academic discussion with real-world interaction—by the end of the conference, delegates will create proposals and strategies and will found a US-based student thinktank for EU affairs.
Learn more at http://escatyale.com/