Institute for Social and European Studies Announces 5th Savaria International Summer University Europe House, Koszeg, Hungary
June 22-July 9, 2000
Central Europe and the European Union
Europe at the Millenium: New Ideas
Since it's inauguration in 1996, the Savaria International Summer University (SISU) has brought together a diverse group of young international scholars from the Central and East European region and the wider world to discuss, debate and formulate ideas on the relationship between the EU and Central Europe. Through ISES' extensive network of academic partnerships, the SSU has attracted some of the world's leading scholars in the field. The incorporation of informal Café Bloom evenings also enables the SISU to debate issues which are less directly related to the SSU or to allow for greater discussion of issues raised in the day sessions.
The theme for the SISU 2000 is "Europe at the Millenium: New Ideas". ISES has been at the forefront of generating new ideas and in particular a richer understanding of European Studies in Hungary. We have decided that the SISU 2000 should build on this.
A special roundtable: 10 years on - Where are we now in Central and East Europe? Followed by A two week Summer University focusing on new ideas related to socio-political, economic, security and human rights questions and European integration.
Speakers will include:
These issues are treated from a range of disciplinary perspectives and are analysed in both theoretical and substantive/empirical contexts.
- Ivo Banac, Yale University, USA
- Andras Inotai, Director, Institute for World Economics, Budapest
- Claus Offe, Universitat Humboldt, Berlin
- Tibor Palankai, Rector, University of Economics, Budapest
- George Schopflin, School of East European and Slavonic Studies, University of London
- Phillipe Schmitter, European University Institute, Florence and Stanford University, USA
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Last updated: April 2000