ISA is pleased to announce our spring 2013 Faculty Seminar, which will take place in the Rome and Brussels during the week of March 9th-16th, 2013.
This seminar was designed specifically for professors in the fields of: International Relations, International Studies, Global Affairs, Political Science, Social Science and Economics.
The seminar, titled “The Future of the European Union and Its Struggle to Stay United: Regional Economic and Political Integration,” will cover historical context through modern day challenges facing the EU. The seminar will feature discussions on the origins and functions of European unity; the political, fiscal and monetary differences of EU member countries; the causes of high unemployment and general communal unrest due to contentious policy fields; EU defense and security; trade policy and conflicting industry interests; and the EU’s global perception in relation to Africa, the United States and China.
For a description of the program lectures, cultural visits and biographies of the presenters, please visit seminar site. Here you will find details on the seminar itinerary, registration information and testimonials from past seminar participants.
Early bird registration ends November 12th .
The final day to register is December 12th. Please note that any seminar participants from an ISA affiliated university will receive a $250 discount as a result of our affiliation.
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the seminar or the information appearing on the seminar website at: email@example.com.
We sincerely hope you are able to participate!