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Research at the Robert Schuman Centre

We're a problem-centred interdisciplinary research community. Our Research Agenda shows the pressing matters we analyse
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Erik Jones

Basic and applied research is the primary focus at the Robert Schuman Centre

We address key questions about the functioning of the European Union and its role in the 21st century

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Schuman seminar series

The Schuman Centre's Seminars are open to all Centre’s members to highlight current work being done at the Centre, including work-in-progress and debates on topical issues.

The weekly sessions will alternate between the presentations of research projects of our post-doctoral fellows and presentations and debates with internal and external speakers on a variety of topics. The Schuman Seminar series is coordinated by

Prof. Erik Jones, Director of the Robert Schuman Centre.

The first seminar of this academic year will take place on 26 September 2023 and the final one on 7 May 2024.

Please contact Sarah Bernstein for further information

Since 2014 the Robert Schuman Centre honours its first Director, Yves Mény, with its annual lecture to mark the beginning of the academic year and to launch the Schuman Centre's Seminar Series. Yves Mény was the first Director of the Robert Schuman Centre from 1993 to 2001. 

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The Yves Mény annual lectures

Quo Vadis, Europa? Five Paths, Plausibility & Impact | Adrienne Héritier | Yves Mény Lecture 2021

'The EU’s Response to Brexit: Rapid, United and Effective' | Brigid Laffan | Yves Mény Lecture

What the Habsburg Empire got Right and Why it Matters | Pieter M. Judson | Yves Mény Lecture

Click here to see all Yves Meny lectures.

Completed projects

The goal of the Centre is to maintain an environment and support structure that fosters intellectual curiosity and excellent research since 1992. Witnessing the Centre's efforts through the years, you can find a list of completed research activities and projects.

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