The Kolleg-Forschergruppe engages in a wide array of activities to develop its research agenda and foster knowledge exchange among scholars as well as practitioners. The activities of the KFG have resulted in numerous publications, including monographs and edited volumes by our directors and visiting researchers, as well as our Working Paper Series. The KFG also provides a platform for post-doctoral fellows and doctoral students to discuss current projects. Moreover, fellows are encouraged to organize their own seminars and workshops. Due to our annual International Conferences and knowledge exchange with policy-makers and the media, the KFG has achieved high international visibility and disseminated its research results beyond academia. Please contact us if you would like to be informed about our events and activities.
Jolyon Howorth is going to hold a presentation with the title: “Strategic autonomy and EU-NATO Cooperation: squaring the circle”. Elin Hellquist will be the discussant for this presentation. The Jour Fixe takes place at Ihnestr. 26, room 202. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Research College kindly invites you to the Jour Fixe presentation by Salome Minesashvili "Identity Change and Continuation in the Post-Soviet States European Identity Beyond Community: Cases of Georgia and Ukraine" Bidzina Lebanize will be the discussant for this presentation
Ihnestr. 26 (Room 202), 14195 Berlin
The Research College kindly invites you to the Jour Fixe presentation by Konstantin Vössing ((HU Berlin, Department of Social Sciences, Comparative Politics) "Issue stretching. The effects of unsubstantiated justifications for European integration on the explainer, the explained policy, and the democratic process"
"Berliner Europa-Dialog: Europa in der Krise?" is a panel discussion about debate on Europe in Germany from the perspective of European reporters. KFG research director Tanja A. Börzel will chair the discussion, which will be held in German language.
Location: Freie Universität Berlin, Henry-Ford-Bau, Hörsaal A, Garystraße 35,14195 Berlin