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24. feb 2024
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Lørdagsuniversitetet i Kristiansand: The European House of History in Brussels – Telling different stories of Europe and its people

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Lørdagsuniversitetet er et tilbud om populærvitenskapelige foredrag av forskere ved Universitetet i Agder. Foredragene blir holdt med utgangspunkt i egen forskning og/eller egne erfaringer med utdanning og forskning. Vi lover varierte tema og hørverdige foredragsholdere. Aktuelle tema blir presentert og diskutert i en uformell setting.

Tid: Lørdager kl. 13.00  Sted: Teateret, Kongens gate 2
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The European House of History in Brussels – Telling different stories of Europe and its people

v/ Dr. Justus Schönlau

Presenting the House of European History Museum in Brussels which opened in 2017, the talk will explore the themes of cooperation and conflict, differences and similarities, progress and regression across the history of Europe, which still shape our views today. The concept behind the permanent exhibition focuses on trends and influences which have shaped and continue to shape Europe, and how ideas, trends and developments originating in Europe influence the world. How is history and specific historic events perceived in different countries in Europe, which common experiences determine how Europeans see themselves and others, and what does this mean for integration and cooperation in the EU and beyond? 

Om foredragsholderen:

Dr. Justus Schönlau was born in Detmold, Germany, and studied European Studies and International Relations at the Universities of Edinburgh, Bologna and the Central European University, Budapest. He holds a doctorate from the University of Reading, with the doctoral thesis being published in 2005 under the title "Drafting the EU Charter - Rights, Legitimacy and Process". Justus Schönlau has worked as researcher to a member of the European Parliament and since 2006 has been working as an EU official in different functions at the European Committee of the Regions. He is author and co-author of a number of publications on European democracy and political parties, the European Committee of the Regions and on multi-level governance in the EU. He has taught courses on these subjects at universities in Luxembourg, Italy and Germany. Being currently on    sabbatical leave from the Committee of the Regions, he works as a free-lance guide at the House of European History, and is currently visiting the university of Agder on a research project on the Institutionalisation of Strategic Foresight in EU governance. 

Arrangører: Universitetet i Agder i samarbeid med Teateret

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