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2nd European Summer University for undergraduates

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2nd european summer university

 

 

3-21 July 2006

 

University of Grenoble, France

 

 

 

What?                      Comparative Politics, International Relations, European Studies – All modules in English, with 10 ECTS credits.

 

 

For whom?              Second, Third and Fourth Year undergraduate students from Europe and beyond.

 

Teachers?              From across Europe: Barcelona , Cyprus , EUI, Essex, Grenoble , Kent , Lille , LSE, Turin , and more.

 

 

How?                       Interactive, intensive small group seminars with practitioners as visitors. Oral and written work.

 

 

Where?                   On the University of Grenoble campus in the heart of the French Alps . Good student accommodation available for €325 as well as full student, library and computing facilities.

 

 

Cost?                       €550 fee for students from ECPR /epsNet institutions and €800 from other institutions. There is also a special fee of €350 for students from the four organising institutions – Grenoble , Kent , Lille , and Turin . Some students from participating institutions will be gratis.

 

Further information: http://www.epsnet.org/esu or email alexandra.borhis@upmf-grenoble.fr.

 

 

Funding from the EU Socrates programme and the French Ministry of Education is gratefully acknowledged

 

 

Partner institutions:  University of Kent, Université Pierre Mendès-France, Grenoble; Universita degli studi di Torino; Institut d’études Politiques de Lille; University of Essex; Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg; Corvinus University of Budapest; University of Southampton; Université Catholique de Louvain; Helsingin yliopisto; Freie Universität Berlin; Univerza v Ljubljani; Universität Mannheim; University of Cyprus; Aarhus Universitet; Űlikool; Vrije Universitet Brussel; Universiteit van Amsterdam; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Bilgi University

 

Partner organisations: European Consortium for Political Research ( ECPR ), European Political Science net (EpsNet)

 

Coordinating committee:  Project Coordinator & Academic convenor, International Relations: AJR Groom ( University of Kent ); Academic convenor, Politics: Alfio Mastropaolo ( University of Turin ); Academic convenor, European Studies: Elise Féron (IEP de Lille); for EpsNet: Richard Topf; for European Consortium for Political Research: Clare Dekker ; Local organiser: Brigitte Vassort-Rousset

 


Provisional Programme

 

 

Comparative Politics

 

  

Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Year 2

 

Elections & Electoral Systems

 

Augusti Bosch Gardella, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

 

Political Culture

 

Oscar Mazzoleni

 

Canton Ticinio & EUI

 

Transformation of Political Parties

 

Alfio Mastropaolo,

 

Universityof Turin

 

Year 3

 

The New Democracies

 

Davide Grassi

 

Universityof Turin

 

Transformation of the National State

 

Niilo Kauppi,

 

Universityof Jyväskylä

 

Civil Society in a Comparative Perspective

 

Hans-Jurg Trenz

 

Universityof Oslo

 

Year 4

 

Political Corruption

 

James L. Newell

 

Universityof Salford

 

New Populist Parties

 

Duncan McDonnell

 

Universityof York

 

Citizenship & Democracy

 

Christophe Bouillaud,

 

IEP de Grenoble

 

 

International Relations

 

  

Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Year 2

 

The U.N, System

 

A.J.R. Groom, University of Kent

 

The U.S. & World Order

 

Mark Smith, University of Wales , Swansea

 

IR & Non-Governmental Organisations

 

Christos Frangonikolopoulos, University of Thessaloniki

 

Year 3

 

Conflict Studies

 

Wolf-Dieter Eberwein

 

IEP de Grenoble

 

Political Approaches to Secuity & Defence

 

Brigitte Vassort-Rousset,

 

Universityof Grenoble

 

Foreign Policy Analysis

 

Tuomas Forsberg

 

Universityof Helsinki

 

Year 4

 

Worlds in Collision

 

Michael Cox,

 

LSE

 

IR Theory

 

Knud Erik Joergensen

 

Universityof Aarhus

 

International Political Economy

 

Jarrod Wiener, Brussels School of International Relations

 

 

European Studies

 

  

Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Year 2

 

Democracy & Legitimacy in the EU

 

Piret Ehin,

 

Universityof Tartu

 

Intercultural Challenges in Europe

 

Elise Feron

 

IEP de Lille

 

EU Institutions

 

Heiko Walkenhorst,

 

Universityof Essex

 

Year 3

 

Political Parties & Interest Groups in EU

 

Patrick Dumont

 

LuxembourgUniversity

 

Decision-Making in the EU

 

Cecile Leconte,

 

IEP de Lille

 

EU and the  Eastern Mediterranean

 

Joseph Joseph

 

Universityof Cyprus

 

Year 4

 

The EU: deepening or widening?

 

Frank Pfetsch

 

Universityof Heidelberg

 

EU Security & Defence Policy

 

Eric Remacle, Universite Libre de Bruxelles

 

The Constitutional Treaty & the European Democratic Debate

 

Daniela Piana,

 

Universityof Florence