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The Alcide de Gasperi Research Centre (ADGRC) offers support to researchers who pursue their research in the history of European Integration and would like to present their work.

The Annual graduate Conference and the Seminar Series organised by the Centre are an excellent opportunity to share findings and results with other students and faculty members, to gain valuable feedback on the work from the qualified team of the ADGRC but also to expand the network of contacts with those sharing the same  research interests.

A full list of the centre's activities, including workshops, conferences and seminars, is available below.

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Upcoming events

12 February Forging Europe: Vichy France and the Origins of the European Coal and Steel Community. Presentation by Luc André Brunet, The Open University (Seminar Series of the ADGRC)

23 March The Origins of a common European Middle East Policy, late 1970s-early1980s - The Case of the Venice Declaration and its follow-up initiative by Alexandre Dab, London School of Economics (Seminar Series of the ADGRC)

31 March Deadline to submit papers for the ADGRC's 2nd annual Graduate Conference on the History of European Integration

5 April Fabulous Artificers: The Building of Civil Europe 1951-1972                                                                    Presentation by Stefanie Pukallus, University of Sheffield (Seminar Series of the ADGRC)


Past events

    • 5 May The European Union at Sixty (State of the Union Conference Panel - Series of seminars “The Legacy of the Treaties of Rome for Today’s Europe, 1957-2017”)
    • 4 May The EU and the Challenge of Economic and Monetary Integration (State of the Union Conference Panel - Series of seminars “The Legacy of The EU and the Challenge of Economic and Monetary Integration the Treaties of Rome for Today’s Europe, 1957-2017”), organised in collaboration with HEC Department (EUI)


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