European Cultural (Dis)Union
9th Annual Faculty Research Conference
"European Cultural (Dis)Union"
February 21-22, 2014
Pittsburgh Athletic Association, Patrican Crown Mural Room
Globalization and transnationalism constitute forces that are as much cultural as economic and political. Moreover, their combined impact affects people and countries differentially. Regions and areas have distinct profiles that are affected by movement toward union, such as the European Union. This conference will explore the dynamics of cultural unification in the EU area from a variety of perspectives.
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This conference is being sponsored by the European Union Center of Excellence / European Studies Center, the Humanities Center, the Department of German, the Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures, the Program in Women’s Studies, and the Film Studies Program
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
- European Horizons
- Library Research Advisor
- Brussels Summer Study Program
- Center Visitors
- K-16 Outreach
- For K-12
- For Undergraduate Students
- For Educators
- Brussels Study Tour