On November 8, the Institute of European Studies, and the Goldman School of Public Policy with sponsorship from the Center for Security in Politics, the Center for Studies in Higher Education, and the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian...Read more about War in Ukraine: What’s Next?
On September 27th, the Institute of European Studies had the honor of hosting Amedeo Arena, distinguished legal scholar and professor of European Union law at the University of Naples Federico II, to discuss the historical significance of the...Read more about The Filangieri-Franklin Correspondence: a 240-year long discourse between Italy and the US
On November 10, 2022, the Institute of European Studies in partnership with the Department of History, the Berkeley Center for the Study of Religion, Ancient Greek and Roman Studies, and the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, had the pleasure to host the Gerald D. and...Read more about Gerald D. and Norma Feldman Annual Lecture
On November 1st, historian Sebastian Conrad (FU Berlin) presented on ‘Nefertiti’s Twentieth-Century Career: A Global History’. Conrad focused on the different perceptions of beauty following Nefertiti’s history since her discovery. Conrad...Read more about Nefertiti’s Twentieth-Century Career: A Global History
Lukas Lehner is currently a visiting researcher and a Austrian Marshall Plan Scholar in his 4th year of his Ph.D. at the University of Oxford. Lehner first studied economics at the Vienna University of Economics for his undergraduate degree. He chose to study economics because he...Read more about IES Visiting Scholar Feature : Lukas Lehner
On December 2, the Institute of European Studies in collaboration with the UC Berkeley Department of German, the Goethe Institut San Francisco, the German Consulate General San Francisco, the German Historical Institute Washington, and the UC Davis Department of German hosted a...Read more about Crossing Borders, Drawing Lives: Barbara Yelin's Graphic Novels