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  • 22 Jan 2020
    The new European Commission. On the Spitzenkandidaten procedure and the challenges ahead

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    Now that the new European Commission led by Ursula von der Leyen set off, it is time to look back at what happened after the elections. This evening we discuss the process and members of the new commission.

  • 23 Jan 2020
    Patterns of opposition to European Integration - Seminar with Mads Jensen

    14:00 - 15:30 | Event

    In this seminar Mads Jensen will present his research on Euroscepticism in relation to European Integration.

  • 23 Jan 2020
    Heritage and the Cultural Struggle for Palestine

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    Why do heritage projects proliferate in the West Bank and the broader Middle East? What role does heritage play in conflict (and its resolution)?

  • 29 Jan 2020
    Border Deaths: Causes, Dynamics and Consequences

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    What is known about border deaths: statistics, causes, identity? How are the bodies of migrants treated? How are the dead, the missing and the unidentified mourned by familiars and strangers?

  • Start 30 Jan 2020
    End 31 Jan 2020
    Workshop European Elections 2019

    Event

    Up until the European Parliamentary (EP) Election of 2014 the dominant perspective among political scientists has been that these are second order elections where not much is at stake. Scholars have argued that the ...

  • 30 Jan 2020
    Urban Studies Network Day

    12:30 - 19:30 | Event

    We are pleased to announce the fourth Centre for Urban Studies Network Day on the 30th of January 2020, as well as an upcoming special round of Joint Seed Grants. The network day is co-hosted with the CREATE research ...

  • 30 Jan 2020
    Hoe lezen wij emoties?

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    Emotie-expressies op het gezicht, wat lezen we hierin en wat vertellen ze ons? Kunnen we iets zeggen over iemands gemoedstoestand op basis van foto’s of tekeningen, zonder enige context? Deze avond bespreken experts ...

  • 4 Feb 2020
    AMCIS Citizenship & Education seminar

    15:00 - 16:30 | Lecture

    Jip Teegelbeckers will present results from his research on ‘Effective Democracy-Education’ and Lian van Vemde will speak about her research on ‘Classrooms as micro-societies: Building societal citizenship through ...

  • 6 Feb 2020
    Secrecy and Methods in Security Research: Book Launch

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    What are the challenges when doing research in secretive places, like security institutions, detention centers, and digital spaces? How can students and researchers deal with those challenges? This meeting launches ...

  • 11 Feb 2020
    Visions of Europe: Brexit. What happened and where are we headed?

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    In this new episode of the Visions of Europe lecture series, ACES invited EU-expert Anand Menon to discuss the future of UK-EU relations after Brexit.

  • 14 Feb 2020
    Shirley Anne Tate
    On ‘Brick Walls’, ‘Ghosts’, and Other Feminist Dilemmas: Anger, Psychic Institutional Pain and Silencing in Academia

    14:00 - 17:00 | Lecture

    This event is co-sponsored by ARC-GS and the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) team.

  • 17 Feb 2020
    Egypt and the Politics of Migration in the Mediterranean

    15:00 - 17:00 | Event

    In this talk, Gerasimos Tsourapas examines the importance of Egypt in the management of migration flows across the Middle East and the Mediterranean, drawing on insights from his latest book. How do countries in the ...

  • 19 Feb 2020
    Déjà Vu: Toerisme

    17:00 - 18:30 | Event

    De toestroom van toeristen in Amsterdam is de laatste jaren enorm. Zeker het centrum en de direct daaraan grenzende wijken ondervinden hiervan overlast. Wat kan daaraan gedaan worden, en hoe ging Amsterdam in ...

  • 24 Feb 2020
    Visions of Europe: Spain’s political crisis. From institutional impasse to culture war?

    20:00 - 21:30 | Event

    As part of the Visions of Europe Lecture series, ACES invites sociologist Robert Fishman to analyze the four recent Spanish elections and their aftermath.

  • 26 Feb 2020
    You Can’t Repeal Regret: Targeting Men for Mobilization in Ireland’s Abortion Debate.

    12:00 - 14:00 | Event

    In this ACES / ARC-GS seminar with Amanda Friesen, Visiting Scholar the question: 'How do social movements motivate men to care about “women’s issues”?' will be discussed.

  • 3 Mar 2020
    Defending the Dead, Desecrating Monsters

    15:00 - 17:00 | Event

    This talk with Gene Ray, looks at some recent episodes in a history of iconoclastic class struggle in so-called public space, from the interventions of the Situationist International following May 1968, to the ...

  • 20 Mar 2020
    Is queer kinship always already chosen? LGBTQ+ families and affective politics of race, gender and desire in (homo)nationalist times

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    This paper revisits Weston’s (1991) Families we choose and Butler’s (2002) discussion of (heterosexual) kinship to critically reflect on what their widespread arguments mean for queer subjects with and without wombs ...

  • 17 Apr 2020
    Babies Wanted: China’s New Reproductive Complex

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    After decades of family planning campaigns and initiatives aimed at preventing birth, many countries in Asia are now facing the exact opposite problem – they need babies.

  • 15 May 2020
    Ismene Gizelis
    Mandating Protection: UN Peacekeeping and Sexual Violence in Civil Wars

    15:30 - 17:00 | Lecture

    While peacekeeping missions are often successful in preventing conflict and violence, significant variations exist in the quality of peace.

  • Start 18 Jul 2020
    End 20 Jul 2020
    Development Today: Accumulation, Surveillance, Redistribution

    09:00 - 18:00 | Conference

    New political, technological, and economic forces are changing the ways development is designed, practiced, and experienced today, in poor and rich countries alike. Three interrelated elements, in particular, deserve ...