CEUS is devoted to research and intellectual exchange among faculty and students on political, cultural, and social transformations of contemporary Europe as well as Europe's multiple historical traditions and close connections to North America. The Center encourages the creation of networks across disciplinary and geographic boundaries. It encourages collaboration with other area universities and colleges, and develops partnerships with both European and North American programs in European Studies. The University at Buffalo is well poised to be the home of CEUS, given the international spirit of Buffalo - a city with a rich history of European immigration, and located at the border of Ontario, Canada.

 

 

CEUS News and Events  

First Tuesday Colloquium Series

CEUS sponsors a monthly series of faculty talks about ongoing research related to Europe.  All faculty and graduate students are invited to join the conversation on campus that we have initiated with these events, and to meet others working on issues related to European Studies. 

These events are held during the semester on the first Tuesday of each month. Check back here for details on upcoming talks on campus during the fall semester of 2014.

 


 

UPCOMING CEUS CONFERENCE

SAVE THE DATE!!!!

Circulation and European Identity:

Past and Present Experiences

APRIL 24, 2015

University at Buffalo, North Campus

Sponsored by SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines

Check back in fall 2014 semester for more details on location, schedule, and speakers for this all-day interdisciplinary conference.


 

 

New Humanities Institute Workshop

at the University at Buffalo

2014-15

Topic:

Contemporary Europe

Organizers:

Vasiliki Neofotistos

neofotis@buffalo.edu

Patricia Mazon

mazon@buffalo.edu

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