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PTESC seminars draw on the studies of europeanists in the Delaware Valley to present the latest academic work concerning Europe.

All PTESC Events are open to the public.

Unless otherwise noted,
Location: University of Pennsylvania - Stiteler Hall, The Forum
See directions for more information

Spring of 2007 Schedule

Friday, February 16 – 12-2 pm

"Comparative Politics of Inflations and Deflations"

Mark Blyth (Johns Hopkinds University, Political Science)

Cosponsored with Comparative Politics Workshop and Browne Center for International Politics, Penn

Friday, March 16 – 2-3:30 pm

"Fractured Eternities: Living with History in Modern Rome"

Michael Herzfeld ( Harvard University, Anthropology)

1 pm

There will be showing of "Monti Moments", Professor Herzfeld's 38-minute ethnographic film on the same topic as the talk in the Stiteler Hall Forum.

Cosponsored with Center for Italian Studies, Penn

Friday, March 23 - 12-2 pm

"Democratic militancy and democratic rule: A study of Western Europe"

Giovanni Capoccia ( Oxford University, Politics and International Relations)

Cosponsored with Comparative Politics Workshop, Penn

Friday, April 27 – 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Schedule Available Here

Women and Public Policy in Europe (Workshop)  
Keynote speaker: Amy Mazur (Univ. of Washington, Political Science)

Speakers: Kimberly Morgan (Georgetown University, Political Science); Olga Avdeyeva (University of Louisville); Emilie Hafner-Burton (princeton University); Mark Pollack (Temple University, Political Science)
Discussant: Julia Lynch (Penn, Political Science); Nancy Hirschmann (Penn, Political Science)

Cosponsored with Temple University Department of Political Science and Temple University Women's Studies Program

NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION: Temple University: Russell Weigley Room, 914 Gladfelter Hall

Friday, May 16- 12-2 pm

"How Party Systems Form: Path Dependency and the Foundation of the Postwar Germany Party System."

Markus Kreuzer (Villanova)

Cosponsored with Temple University Department of Political Science

NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION: Weigley Room, Temple University

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