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  • 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 ...

  • 18 Feb 2020
    PhD Masterclass with Tammy Hervey, ACES / ACELG Visiting Scholar.

    13:00 - 15:00 | Event

    Tammy Hervey is one of the co-authors of the book: Cryer, Hervey and Sokhi-Bulley's Research Methodologies in EU and International Law. The PhD masterclass will be based on the exercises on p 114 - 117 of this book ...

  • 18 Feb 2020
    Mobilization and Conflict in Multiethnic States

    16:00 - 17:30 | Event

    Why are some multiethnic countries more prone to civil violence than others? “Mobilization and Conflict in Multiethnic States” examines the occurrence and forms of conflict in multiethnic states.

  • 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 ...

  • 20 Feb 2020
    AISSR PhD Lunch

    12:00 - 13:00 | Event

    Dear AISSR PhDs, We are happy to invite you to the next edition of the PhD lunch!

  • Start 24 Feb 2020
    End 25 Feb 2020
    A Shared EUropean History: Empire, Decolonisation, and the Making of Modern Europe

    09:00 - 16:00 | Event

    During this conference the question will be asked how our histories of postwar European history might change if we took the loss of European empires and the global forces it unleashed as a starting point. Despite a ...

  • 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 Visiting Scholar Amanda Friesen, the question: 'How do social movements motivate men to care about “women’s issues”?' will be discussed.

  • 27 Feb 2020
    Caring for children with disabilities in Ecuador

    10:00 - 11:00 | PhD defence ceremony

    Lourdes Huiracocha studies the way Children with disabilities are cared for in distinctive socio-cultural context of Ecuador’s Azuay province. There are no programs that support the families of children with ...

  • 27 Feb 2020
    The Masculinities of Humanitarianism: Gendering Humanitarian Policy and Practice

    13:30 - 15:00 | Event

    In this lecture Lewis Turner will reflect on the gendered nature of humanitarian work and will challenge the dominant perspective as humanitarian work as feminine.

  • 27 Feb 2020
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    AMCIS Seminar Tim Barley

    15:30 - 16:45 | Lecture

    In this AMCIS seminar, Tim Bartley talks about global supply chains as structures of extreme inequality. He asks how voluntary responsibility-taking by companies shapes public opinion about state regulation of global ...

  • 28 Feb 2020
    PhD Meeting with Lewis Turner - Doing research: Ethics, Practical Challenges and the Politics of Research

    10:00 - 12:00 | Event

    This ACES PhD meeting with Dr. Lewis Turner (ABI Freiburg) offers PhDs an opportunity to share and discuss questions or dilemmas around doing research. The meeting intends to offer a space for an open and ...

  • 3 Mar 2020
    Defending the Dead, Desecrating Monsters

    17:30 - 18:30 | 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 ...

  • 6 Mar 2020
    The Governance of the Single Supervisory Mechanism for Banking Union

    09:30 - 16:00 | Event

    A Research Workshop organized by the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies (ACES)/Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG)

  • 9 Mar 2020
    What is left when Brazil moves to the right? European Union-Brazil Relations and the EU-LAC Strategic Partnership

    15:30 - 17:00 | Event

    In this seminar Gustavo Muller will look into the impact of current political changes in Brazilian foreign policy and in EU Member States to the overall EU-Brazil relations in the context of the EU-Latin American ...

  • 10 Mar 2020
    Populism and Heritage in Europe: Lost in Diversity and Unity

    13:00 - 15:00 | Event

    In this lecture Ayhan Kaya will present his book 'Populism and Heritage in Europe: Lost in Diversity and Unity' which explores popular discourses about European and national heritage that are being used by specific ...

  • 11 Mar 2020
    Testosterone: An Unauthorized Biography

    11:45 - 13:00 | Lecture

    Testosterone is not what most people think it is, and it is decidedly not a “male sex hormone.”

  • 11 Mar 2020
    Post-Mobile Futures in Amsterdam?

    18:30 - 21:30 | Event

    Contemporary cities are fundamentally dependent on mobility. This dependence constitutes both a resilience and an environmental problem as transport systems are not only vulnerable to disruptions, but also highly ...

  • 18 Mar 2020
    The newcomers’ right to the city

    10:00 - 17:00 | Conference

    The ongoing moving populations, that derive mainly from the Middle East, North African, Latin America areas, are a central issue to the growing socio-spatial debate on the different facets of contemporary crisis.

  • 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 ...