Center for European Studies: Academic Year 2021-2022 Virtual Lecture Series

The Center for European Studies has collaborated with affiliated UW-Madison faculty to produce a unique virtual lecture series for the 2021-2022 academic year featuring scholars, experts, and authors from a broad variety of disciplines. This lecture series is funded by a U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center grant.

This webpage will be updated regularly to reflect changes in the schedule.

Lecture Program

  • David Gentilcore

    Americans in Italy, or How Three Plants from the New World Changed Italian Cuisine
    November 16 @ 11 AM

  • Student Workshop

    How to Highlight International Experiences on a Resume
    November 17 @ 4 PM

  • Jason Crouthamel

    War in Society and Culture Program in History
    December 2 @1 PM

  • Signe Baumane

    Gender, Marriage, and Depression in the Animated Stories of Latvian Women
    December 9 @ 4 PM

  • Ahti Salo

    Reflections on Providing Science-Based Policy Advice: Experiences from Finland's COVID-19 Scientific Panel and Research Reviews
    December 10 @ 12 PM

  • Book Launch

    The Virtuous Wehrmacht by David Harrisville
    February 24 @ 2 PM

  • Who is Afraid of Democracy?

    New Wave of Transformations in the Middle East and North Africa
    March 25-26