European Forum Fellows Program 2017-2018

Mondays, 18:30-20: Faculty of Humanities Room 2605

30.10.2017 xxx Dr. Christian Thauer
DAAD Center for German Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
xxx The Emergence of Social Policies:
The Micro-level Foundation or Macro-level Institutions
27.11.2017   Dr. Oded Y. Steinberg
Post-doctoral Fellow at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute for Social Research,
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  Timing Europe - History, Migration and Race
11.12.2017   Dr. Dina Lisnyansky
Political Studies Department, Bar Ilan University
  European Muslims and Migration Policy Changes in the EU


European Forum Fellows Program 2016-17


Wednesdays, 18:30-20:00 | Faculty of Social Sciences, Room 2415

Fall Term 2016-17


Dr. Maya Sion-Tzidkiyahu, The European Forum at the Hebrew University (Israel)


Mobility Challenges Facing the European Union: mmigration,Terror and Brexit


Dr. Hanan Haber, The London School of Economics and Political Sciences (UK)


Liberalizing Markets, Liberalizing Welfare?: Economic Reform and Social Regulation in the EU's Electricity Regime


Prof. em. Alfred Tovias, Department of International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)


Open Sky Agreements between the EU and Mediterranean Countries: A New Form of Deep Integration Bypassing the European Neighborhood Policy


Prof. Jens Woelk,  Faculty of Law and School of International Studies, University of Trento (Italy)


Cross-Border Cooperation: Legal Instruments for Building Bridges between States


Spring Term 2017


Prof. Philipp Genschel, Department of Social and Political Science and at the Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies , European University Institute (Italy)


The Refugee Crisis, the Eurozone Crisis, and the New Logic of European Integration


Prof. Adrienne Héritier, Department of Social and Political Sciences, European University Institute (Italy)


The EU under Challenge: Parliamentarization from the Top or New Intergovernmentalism?


Dr. Wojciech Gagatek, University of Warsaw (Poland)


Current Developments in Polish Politics


Prof. Bob Hancké, The London School of Economics and Political Science (UK)