presented by PIER, The European Studies Council, the Center for Teaching of French at the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale, and the Teach Europe Coalition of European embassies and cultural organizations and American professional organizations, including AATG and AATF.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Harkness Hall (WLH) Room 119
100 Wall Street, New Haven
His Excellency Rudolph BEKINK, Ambassador of the Netherlands
Keynote Speech: Relations between the Netherlands & European Union and the United States: Historic Perspectives & Future Ambitions
Followed by breakout sessions:
Breakout #1: The Innovative and Collaborative Approach to Economic Restructuring in the EU
Ewoud SAKKERS, European Union Visiting Fellow at Yale for 2012-2013
Former Head of Unit for Policy and Strategy, Directorate-General for Competition, European Commission
Breakout #2: Columbia- Cornell-Yale Shared Course Initiative on Foreign Languages
Mona M. MOMESCU, Nicolae Iorga Chair-Romanian Language & Culture, Columbia University
Breakout #3: Russian/European Relations: Crisis or Opportunity?
Peter RUTLAND, Professor of Government, Wesleyan University
Breakout #4: The Origins and Impact of the Eurozone Debt Crisis
David R. CAMERON, Professor of Political Science, Yale University
For Teachers of All Disciplines
Registration fee: $25
For questions or to request more information, email PIER@yale.edu.