European Studies Conference
39th Annual
2-4 October 2014
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Omaha, Nebraska

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Welcome!

We extend a cordial welcome to all participants of this year's European Studies Conference. This interdisciplinary gathering of scholars has facilitated an exchange of ideas, insights and reflections for more than thirty years. We are now looking forward to yet another stimulating and productive series of sessions that will focus upon multifaceted perspectives on the present, past and future of the European continent.

Keynote Speaker

The keynote speaker at the luncheon on Friday will be Dr. Patrice C. McMahon from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Dr. McMahon is Associate Professor of Political Science. You can find her short bio at this website

We are meeting on the campus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha. This will provide us with several advantages. Among these are the uniquely extensive opportunities for increasing scholarly contacts and professional relationships among the attendees of the European Studies Conference and the Global Studies Conference: Africa, Asia, Latin America, Middle East, both of which are meeting at this time on our campus.

We wish you a pleasant and rewarding stay in Omaha!

Tatyana Novikov

Conference Coordinator

 

 

Conference Steering Committee

Moshe Gershowich, History
Waitman Beorn, History
Martina Saltamacchia, History
Jeremy Baguyos, Music
Paul Williams, Philosopy/Religion
Halla Kim, Philosopy/Religion
Robert Nash, University Library Jody Neathery-Castro, Political Science
Tatyana Novikov, Foreign Languages
Juliette Parnell, Foreign Languages
Michael Peterson, Geography

 
 


European Studies Conference
ASH 301
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Omaha, Nebraska 68182

Phone: (402) 554-4840
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