2016-2017 Academic Year

September: 

Putin, Russia, and the US Presidential elections
Mitchell Orenstein (Penn). 
Friday, September 9, 2:00 pm.
Room 821, Anderson Hall, Temple University.

Brexit: Shaken or Stirred?
Jonathan Hopkin (LSE), Brendan O’Leary (Penn), and Julia Gray (Penn).
Wednesday, September 14, 12:00 pm.
World Forum, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

October: 

Second Annual Philadelphia Europeanists Workshop
Friday,  October 7, 10:00 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.
Presidential Conference Suite, 1810 Liacouras Walk, Temple University.
Co-sponsored by the Temple University Department of Political Science and the Penn-Temple European Studies Colloquium.

Drumpf-Putin-Berlusconi-Orbán-Kazyinsky: A populist cocktail
Joe Schwartz (Temple), Mitchell Orenstein (Pennn), Julia Lynch (Penn), and Dan Kelemen (Rutgers).
Wednesday, October 19, 3:00 pm.
World Forum, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

November: 

Europe Since 1989: A Neoliberal Sour
Philipp Ther (University of Vienna); Discussants:Mitchell Orenstein (Penn), and Peter Holquist (Penn).
Wednesday, November 16, 5:00 pm.
Policy Lab, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

January: 

Do They Mix? Europe’s Refugee Crisis
Samer Abboud (Arcadia), Salam Al Kuntar (Penn), Dan Kelemen (Rutgers), and .
Wednesday, January 18, 3:00 pm.
Policy Lab, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

March:

Black Russian/White Russian: Is Russia Undermining or Saving Europe?
Rudra Sil (Penn), Philip Nichols (Penn), and Mitchell Orenstein (Penn).
Wednesday, March 15, 3:00 pm.
Policy Lab, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

April: 

Last Call: The Front Nation and the French Elections
Philip Ayoub (Drexel), Sophie Meunier, Lydie Moudileno (Penn), and Roger Chartie.
Wednesday, April 26, 3:00 pm.
Policy Lab, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.