Conversations and Commentaries on Europe: Video Resources

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ESC has online video offerings for select items from its extensive programming.  These resources are meant to ehance transatlantic conversations happening and enrich understandings of Europe here in the United States.

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EP Elections: What's At Stake?

Conversations on Europe

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Andrea S. Aldrich, Yale University

Catherine de Vries, Free University Amsterdam

Matthijs Rooduijn, University of Amsterdam

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40 Years of Democracy in Spain

Conversations on Europe

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Pablo Fernandez-Vazquez, University of Pittsburgh

Carolyn Dudek, Hofstra University

Robert M. Fishman, Carlos III University

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The Finnish Education Model: What Can We Learn?

Finland’s education system consistently ranks high in the OECD’s annual Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) study, prompting U.S. educators and education reformers to ask “What can the U.S. learn from Finland?” The ESC invited education experts to discuss this question and explore issues impacting student achievement in both countries.

 

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Relevant Publications from the Panelists

Anneli Rautiainen, Finnish National Agency for Education

Jyri Linden, University of Tampere

Cassie Faye Quigley, University of Pittsburgh

Tim Walker, Taught by Finland Blog

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25 Years of the European Single Market

Europe’s single most ambitious project for the economic integration of goods, capital, services, and labor celebrates 25 years.

 

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Jude Hays, University of Pittsburgh

Erica Owen, University of Pittsburgh

Waltraud Schelkle, London School of Economics

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Peace in Europe: 100 Year Anniversary of Armistice Day

We mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the day fighting ceased in World War I.

 

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Olavi Arens, Georgia Southern University

Pierre Bouchat, Université Libre de Bruxelles

Robert Hayden, University of Pittsburgh

Isabel Hull, Cornell University

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100 Years of Women's Suffrage: Women in Europe Today

It's been 100 years since some women in Europe were first given the right to vote. How have women advanced since then, and what obstacles do they still face?

 

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Melanie Hughes, University of Pittsburgh

Mona Lena Krook, Rutgers University

Karen Offren, Independent Scholar

June Purvis, University of Portsmouth

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The Italian Government and Elections

Jae-Jae Spoon of the European Studies Center and Gemma Marolda of the Department of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh discuss the Italian electoral process.

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EuroForum on City Networks and the Pittsburgh-Glasgow Project

Faced with a number of complex challenges on a global scale, Pittsburgh city officials have cultivated networks of cities around the world to exchange best practices and experiences in the pursuit of policy-making that works. Thanks to the support of a Jean Monnet Center of Excellence Grant from the European Union, the ESC highlights one such partnership in Europe and explores the ways that European and American cities work together to address today's "wicked problems."

Universalism in France

Kathy Ayers of the European Studies Center at the University of Pittsburgh and Sara Nyobe, Robert Morris University's 2018 Rooney International Visiting Scholar, discuss multiculturalism in France and her research on issues of identity in the workplace.

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Elections in Italy: A Next Wave for Populists?

Vi invitiamo a discutere con noi delle recenti elezioni in Italia, e delle loro possibili immediate conseguenze. Prenderemo in considerazione i risultati, e il modo in cui le varie coalizioni si sono sviluppate durante la campagna elettorale. Questa discussione a videoconferenza sarà condotta in italiano, e vi offrirà l’opportunità di fare esercizio di lingua. È possibile partecipare di persona o a distanza.

 

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Relevant Publications from the Panelists

Marco Cucculelli, Universitá Politecnica delle Marche

Aide Esu, University of Cagliari

Raffaella Patimo, Universitádi Bari

Francesca Ragno, University of Pittsburgh

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