Events

06
Dec
2016

Breaking point? British citizens’ fears, projections and polarisation on the way to Brexit.

Michael Bruter joined the LSE in 2001 having previously been employed by the University of Houston (USA) and the University of Hull. Dr Bruter received his...
29
Nov
2016

Big Ideas: European innovation and Europe's place in the world

DisCERNing Science Tuesday 29 November 2016 Time: 8:05pm Stepping inside the world’s greatest experiment - CERN’s Large Hadron Collider Thousands of...
23
Nov
2016

Brexit Reframed: English Nationalism, Euroscepticism and the Anglosphere

The Anglosphere was one of the surprise winners of the 2016 referendum campaign. As an explicitly stated concept it appeared early on in the campaign but soon...
22
Nov
2016

A Difficult Neighbourhood Essays on Russia and East-Central Europe since World War II By Dr John Besemeres

Through a series of essays on key events in recent years in Russia, the western ex-republics of the USSR and the countries of the one-time Warsaw Pact, John...
08
Nov
2016

Geographical indications: EU policy at home and abroad

The European Union (EU) has been the principal driver of policy on geographical indications (GIs). Classified as a form of “intellectual property”, GIs have...
25
Oct
2016

Peer Review of Agency Decision- Making

This work focuses on an increasingly common phenomenon in transnational governance, whereby the decisions of a national regulatory agency are subject to...
14
Oct
2016

Between Europe and Australia: Memory, Museum and Heritage

On 14th October 2016 the ANU Centre for European Studies, in collaboration with the Australian Memory Research Network, organized a Symposium “Between Europe...

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