Center for European Studies Spring 2021 Virtual Lecture Series

The Center for European Studies has collaborated with affiliated UW-Madison faculty to produce a unique virtual lecture series for the spring 2021 semester 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

  • Skadi Loist

    Circulation in the Network: A Consideration of the Circulation Power of Film Festivals
    January 28 @ 4 pm

  • Mette Buchardt

    Northern European Schools, Nationalism and Migrations: Representations of Self and Others
    February 8 @ 4 pm

  • Sverker Lindblad

    In Education We Trust: On Handling Covid-19 Pandemic in the Swedish Welfare State
    DATE CHANGE February 15 @ 4 pm

  • Tiffany Florvil

    Borderless and Brazen: May Ayim's Internationalism
    February 16 @ 2:30 pm

  • Inés Dussel

    The Internationalization of Pedagogical Knowledge: The Case of Tactile Pedagogies 1920-1960
    February 22 @ 4 pm

  • Adrienne Hagen

    “From Sheep to Shawl”: Wool Working in Ancient Greece and Rome
    February 25 @ 5 pm

  • Frode Helland

    The Rhetoric of Racism in the Norwegian Public Sphere
    March 3 @ 12:00 pm

  • Svend Åge Madsen

    "See the Light of Day"
    March 4 @ 11:00 am

  • Yves Citton

    French Culture Wars around Laïcité : a Tale of Two Fundamentalisms?
    March 4 @ 1 pm

  • Cécile Alduy

    What The French Really Say About Laïcité
    March 11 @ 1 pm

  • Romuald Normand

    Following European Experts as an Embedded Researcher: Multiple Commitments, Contingencies, and Asymmetries Shaping the Academic Self
    March 15 @ 4 pm

  • Gillian O’Brien

    The Rise and Evolution of the Museum in Western Culture
    March 17 @ 12 pm

  • Amara Lakhous

    Writing Between Cultures: The Creative Adventure of Literary Writing in Italian
    March 23 @2:30 pm

  • Alison DeSimone

    ‘Not Found Upon the Record’: Female Musical Entrepreneurship in Eighteenth-Century England
    March 29 @ 3:30 pm

  • Miguel Pereyra

    Flows of Academic Knowledge Transfer in Today's Spain: The Rise of the New Field of Educational Leadership
    March 29 @ 4 pm

  • Clara Bosak-Schroeder

    Women as a Natural Resource in Greek Literature and the Handmaid’s Tale
    April 15 @ 5 pm

  • Anna María Pálsdóttir

    Lessons Learned from the Alnarp Rehabilitation Garden Research: The Importance of Supportive Outdoor Environments for Human Well-Being
    April 21 @ 2:30 pm

  • Jussi Adler-Olsen

    The Department Q series
    April 22 @ 11 am