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Jan Zielonka will make a presentation entitled 'The remaking of the EU’s borders and the images of European architecture' at the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 18 September 2018.
In this seminar Jan Zielonka, Professor of European Politics at Oxford University, will discuss his latest book Counter Revolution: Liberal Europe in Retreat.
The former Norwegian minister of EEA and EU Affairs, Marit Berger Røsland, will debate Brexit and 'the Norway model' with leading EU researchers from ARENA.
At the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 12 June 2018, Paul Blokker will discuss his paper 'Transnational European movements and constitutional claims'.
The conference 'The European Union - between Scylla and Charybdis?' gathered European academics to discuss the challenges the European Union has been facing lately.
Dr. Christian Kreuder-Sonnen presented the paper 'International authority and the emergency problematique' on 13 February 2018.
Marco Dani will gave a lecture based on the paper 'The rise of the supranational executive and the post-political drift of European public law' on 30 January 2018.
At the Tuesday Seminar on 28 November, Pieter de Wilde will present his paper 'Responding to the public in the European Union: a process model of organizational mediatization'.
Jørgen Bølstad from ARENA gave a presentation of the paper 'Capacity, willingness, and sovereign default risk: reassuring the market in times of crisis' at the Tuesday Seminar on 31 October 2017.
Dr. Dimiter Toshkov presented the paper 'How are citizens’ judgements about international cooperation shaped? Experimental evidence from the Eastern periphery of Europe' on 26 September 2017.
At the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 19 September, Dr. Mitja Sienknecht from Berlin Social Science Center presented her paper 'Cosmopolitan responsibility. Normative and empirical dimensions'.
Jarle Trondal and Morten Egeberg will chair a panel at the 2017 ECPR General Conference in Oslo.
Professor Dimitris N. Chryssochoou from Panteion University will present ‘The whole and the parts: the demands of “unity in diversity”’ on 29 August 2017.
In Oslo on 18 and 19 May, this conference discussed the current internal dynamics in the EU, the different models of partnership with the EU and the future of Norway-EU relations.
Professor Daniel Naurin from PluriCourts, the University of Oslo, presented a paper, co-authored with Olof Larsson, 'Split Vision. Multidimensionality in the European Union’s Legal Policy Space' on 25 April 2017.
On Tuesday 4 April Professor Bo Stråth and Professor Hans-Jörg Trenz will present main conclusions from their newly published books on Europe's past and present.
At the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 28 March 2017, Espen D. H. Olsen from ARENA presented the paper 'European Citizenship: an unhappy misunderstanding?'.
In this Tuesday Seminar, Charlotte Galpin and Hans-Jörg Trenz presented a paper 'A ‘Spiral of Euroscepticism’? European Parliament Elections, Public Contestation and Media Negativity in Germany and the UK'.
Erik Jones from the Johns Hopkins University opened the spring series of the Tuesday seminars at ARENA on 24 January 2017. His presentation was entitled 'What’s wrong with the Euro and how to fix it'.
On 13 January 2017 Agustín J. Menéndez and Espen D. H. Olsen convened a workshop on European citizenship in light of the refugee crisis.
On 24-25 November John Erik Fossum and Jozef Bátora hosted the workshop 'The EU and its crises: From resilient ambiguity to ambiguous resilience - or beyond?' at ARENA.
Professor Stefan Rummens from Centre for Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy at KU Leuven presented the paper 'Populism and technocracy as opposite threats to liberal democracy' at the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 22 November 2016.
Dr. Madalina Busuioc from the Department of Politics, University of Exeter gave the presentation 'Reputation Matters in the Regulatory State' at the ARENA Tuesday Seminar on 25 October 2016.
Dr. Michael A. Wilkinson, Associate Professor from LSE, opened the Autumn series of ARENA Tuesday seminars with a presentation entitled 'Constitutional Pluralism: Chronicle of a Death Foretold?'