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Max Weber Lectures

 

The monthly Max Weber Lectures are given by distinguished scholars from the four disciplines of the EUI. The Programme aims at inviting scholars who address topical issues from an interdisciplinary perspective that will appeal to the EUI academic community as a whole.

At least one of the Lecturers will be related to each of the Thematic Research Groups (TRG), and every Group will have an opportunity to organize a workshop on the following day with the relevant Lecturer. All Lecturers will also be available to discuss the work of Fellows on an informal basis.

Unless otherwise stated the lectures are at 17.00, the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the EUI main building, the Badia Fiesolana, and are followed by a cocktail.

For further information about individual Max Weber Lectures, please contact Karin Tilmans   

 

Max Weber Lectures 2016-2017


  • Wednesday 26 October 2016 
    Kalypso Nicolaidis (University of Oxford)
    Thematic Group: Diversity and Unity 
  • Wednesday 16 November 2016
    Philippe Van Parijs (Université Catholique de Louvain) 
    Thematic Group: Legal, Political and Social Theory
  • Wednesday 14 December 2016
    Ngaire Woods (University of Oxford)
    Thematic Group: Europe in the World 
  • Wednesday 18 January 2017
    Barbara Petrongolo (Queen Mary University London) 
    Thematic Group: Inequality and Efficiency in Education and Labour Markets 
  • Wednesday 15 February 2017
    Barry Eichengreen (Berkeley University)
    Thematic Group: Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa 
  • Wednesday 15 March 2017
    Rhacel Salazar Parrenas (University of Southern California
    Thematic Group: Citizenship and Migration
  • Wednesday 26 April 2017
    Sally E. Merry (New York University)
    Thematic Group: Legal, Political and Social Theory: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
  • Wednesday 17 May 2017(tbc)
  • Emma Rothschild (Harvard University)
    Thematic Group: Legal, Political and Social Theory: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
  • Wednesday 21 June 2017
    Mary Kaldor (London School of Economics)
    Thematic Group: Europe in the World 

 

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