Our public programming continues as part of International Horizons, a podcast series hosted by Professor John Torpey, which seeks to bring scholarly expertise to bear on timely international topics. With generous support from the Otto and Fran Walter Foundation, recent episodes focused on Europe's experience with Covid-19, lessons for today from fascism in Europe, and new theories of European Union statehood. Subscribe to International Horizons on Soundcloud, Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
The mission of the European Union Studies Center (EUSC) is to bring together American and European scholars, legal and business professionals and the public to encourage the exchange of ideas about the European Union. The goal is to facilitate research and stimulate transatlantic dialogue. To promote this mission, the EUSC organizes lectures, business forums and workshops to examine and better understand the institutions of the European Union and its member states. The EUSC favors interdisciplinary exchange by focusing on a broad range of areas, including politics, policies, history, law, business affairs and real world challenges, as well as their various impacts on the transatlantic partnership. EUSC operates as part of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies at the Graduate Center.