Whether in the form of round tables, lectures, film series, symposia, or workshops, bring together students, faculty, researchers, and practitioners from units within IU and the world beyond.
EURO inaugural session for the speaker series
Panel discussion on the implications of Brexit
The Case of With the Greeks in the Firing Line (1913)
Italian Americana as a field and feminist literary innovation
EURO's annual inter-collegiate EU simulation
Talk by Nikos Panou, Stony Brook University
Three-speaker symposium hosted by EURO and Islamic Studies
Roundtable discussion commemorating the centennial of Polish independence
Rountable discussion celebrating the publication of a book co-edited by Joanna Niżyńska
Join EURO for our annual baking contest!
French film festival sponsored by the Department of French and Italian
Showcasing items from the year that saw the end of WWI
Presentation by Réka Somssich, Associate Professor, ELTE University, Budapest
Join us for pizza, treats, and a horror movie during EURO's pre-Halloween celebration!
Come watch European artists perform at this year's Lotus Festival!
Presentation by Tania Bulakh, PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology
Join EURO for a presentation by Professor Paul Craig!
IU will be hosting the biennial ICNS on June 1st and 2nd
Talk by Professor Vesna Drapac (University of Adelaide, Australia)
Reconstructing Jewish Lives in Twentieth-Century France: Restitution, Republicanism, and the Meaning of Home-
Talk by Shannon Fogg, Associate Professor of History at the Missouri University of Science and Technology
Intercollegiate EU simulation, held from April 5 to April 7 in the Bloomington campus
Come and enjoy music in Spanish and Portuguese!
Talk by Melissa Dinverno, Associate Professor of Spanish. Lunch provided!
Lecture by John Feffer based on his recent book Aftershock: A Journey into Eastern Europe’s Broken Dreams
Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology
Balázs Trencsényi (Department of History, CEU) in dialogue with Aurelian Craiutu (Political Science, IU) on Trencsényi’s recent book
Presentation by Alex Baker, MA candidate in European Studies
Come enjoy a sweet Valentine's Day with EURO's annual Bake Off!
Lecture by Professor Anna Muller from the University of Michigan-Dearborn
Come practice Dutch!
Horizons of Knowledge Lecture: "Being Blind - Being Nobody - Being a Poet: Emily Dickinson 'Reads' Fernando Pessoa" by Irene Ramalho Santos, Professor Emerita of the University of Coimbra.
Join us for EURO's Halloween event, featuring pizza, treats, and Werner Herzog's reimagining of a horror classic!
Film series sponsored by the Institute for European Studies, the departments of French and Italian and Spanish and Portuguese, the Center for the Study of the Middle East, and IU Cinema.
Movie series showing films from the Netherlands.
Talk by Edgar Illas, Associate Professor of Catalan
Talk by Gabriel Popescu on the interplay between technology and migration.
“Immovable Object, Unstoppable Force: Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin and the New Politics of Containment”-
Presentation by Professor Mushaben, along with faculty respondents, on Chancellor Merkel, the upcoming German elections, and Germany's relationship with Russia.
Traditional potluck followed by a performance by the Gypsy Jazz group "Troika"
A presentation on the implications of Brexit one year after the vote.
Talk by Professor Juliana Raupp from the Freie Universitat Berlin, as part of the weekly Media School colloquium series.
The prime minister of this important NATO and EU member nation will speak about Estonia’s domestic and foreign policy as it approaches the 100th anniversary of its founding.
A lecture by Alise Vitola, Free University of Berlin, School of Business & Economics, Institute of East European Studies
We will be showing Life Feels Good. A tribute to the endurance of the human spirit, Life Feels Good is an ironic and unpretentious tale of a young man who suffers from cerebral palsy.
Dr. Levis Sullam's talk argues that, contrary to widely held views, thousands of Italians actively participated in the Holocaust, arresting, depredating and deporting Jews.
Zus and Zo is a 2001 film directed by Paula van der Oest. Zus and Zo follows three sisters as they attempt to sabotage their gay brother's upcoming wedding so he does not inherit the treasured family estate.
Graduate History Conference