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European Week: How realistic is a non-EU Britain?

European Week: How realistic is a non-EU Britain?
Date
27 January 2015 (18:30-20:30)
Location
Great Hall King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Hugo Dixon, Brendan Donnelly, Marc Glendening and Graham Stringer debate 'How realistic is a non-EU Britain?' Part of European Week 2015 - organised by the KCL European Society with support from the Department of European & International Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

Research Seminar in European & International Studies

Research Seminar in European & International Studies
Date
28 January 2015 (16:00-18:00)
Location
7.01 Virginia Woolf Building, Strand campus
Description
Professor Eduardo da Morta e Albuquerque (Visiting Fellow, King's College London), 'The role of periphery in the current transition towards a new phase of capitalism'. Part of the 2014-15 Research Seminar Series in European & International Studies.

European Week: A new transatlantic trade partnership: rescuing the EU economy or a deal too far?

European Week: A new transatlantic trade partnership: rescuing the EU economy or a deal too far?
Date
28 January 2015 (18:30-20:30)
Location
K6.29 (Old Anatomy Lecture Theatre) King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Edward Bowles, Angus Lapsley and John Hilary debate 'A new transatlantic trade partnership: rescuing the EU economy or a deal too far?' Part of European Week 2015 - organised by the KCL European Society with support from the Department of European & International Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

European Week: London as Eurocity: Benefits and costs of inter-EU migration in the UK

European Week: London as Eurocity: Benefits and costs of inter-EU migration in the UK
Date
29 January 2015 (18:00-20:00)
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Adrian Favell (Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po, Paris) 'London as Eurocity: Benefits and costs of inter-EU migration in the UK'. Part of European Week 2015 - organised by the KCL European Society with support from the Department of European & International Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

European Week: EU law: a shield or a sword?

European Week: EU law: a shield or a sword?
Date
30 January 2015 (18:30-20:30)
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
Fergus Randolph QC (Brick Court Chambers) 'EU law: a shield or a sword?' Part of European Week 2015 - organised by the KCL European Society with support from the Department of European & International Studies and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: 'Postfordism: the geriatric stage of Atlantic capitalism'

Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: 'Postfordism: the geriatric stage of Atlantic capitalism'
Date
18 February 2015 (17:00-19:00)
Location
S-2.23 Strand Building, Strand Campus. WC2R 2LS
Description
Matt Vidal (King's College London), 'Postfordism: the geriatric stage of Atlantic capitalism' - part of the Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory project at King's College London.

JMCE Research Seminar

JMCE Research Seminar
Date
4 March 2015 (12:00-14:00)
Location
342N Norfolk Building Strand Campus
Description
Mr Michael Meecher MP, ''The State we want'. Part of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Research Seminar Series 2014-15.

JMCE Research Seminar

JMCE Research Seminar
Date
11 March 2015 (12:00-14:00)
Location
342N Norfolk Building Strand Campus
Description
Dr Marek Martyniszyn (Lecturer in Law, Queen's University Belfast), 'Politics in Competition Law Enforcement: the case of natural resources'. Part of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Research Seminar Series 2014-15.

JMCE Research Seminar

JMCE Research Seminar
Date
18 March 2015 (12:00-14:00)
Location
342N Norfolk Building Strand Campus
Description
Annette Bongart (Visiting Fellow LSE and Oxford), 'The Lisbon Strategy of the EU'. Part of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Research Seminar Series 2014-15.

Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: 'Globalization and the critique of political economy: new insights from Marx's manuscripts'

Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory: 'Globalization and the critique of political economy: new insights from Marx's manuscripts'
Date
18 March 2015 (17:00-19:00)
Location
S-2.23 Strand Building, Strand Campus. WC2R 2LS
Description
Lucia Pradella (Venice University and SOAS), 'Globalization and the critique of political economy: new insights from Marx's manuscripts' - part of the Seminar in Contemporary Marxist Theory project at King's College London.
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