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Charles Heckscher, Director of the Center for Workplace Transformation at Rutgers, will present his current research as part of the Capitalism and Democracy in Conflict lecture series sponsored by European Studies and the School of Management and Labor Relations.
Solidarity has long been considered essential to labor, but many fear that it has declined. There has been relatively little scholarly investigation of it because of both theoretical and empirical difficulties. The speaker argues that solidarity has not necessarily declined but has changed in form, which has an impact on what kinds of mobilization are effective. Click on the title above for more details.
UNDERGRADUATES: CHECK OUT THE FALL 2014 COURSE LISTINGS
Check the Undergraduates Page, or click here. This list will be expanding as open registration approaches, so keep checking back.
New Award: Germany in Europe
The Center for European Studies has received a third Campus Weeks
award from the Embassyof Germany to the US. The award draws
attention to the close transatlantic partnership between Germany
and the US. This year's programs will be overseen both by the
Center and by the Rutgers German Club.
Welcome to the Center For European Studies at Rutgers
The Center's mission is to promote research and teaching on modern Europe at Rutgers and to foster intellectual exchanges between members of the Rutgers community and European scholars and institutions. The CES sponsors an undergraduate major and minor in European Studies and hosts a Graduate Associates Program, bringing together an interdisciplinary group of graduate students with research interests in Europe. Every year, the CES hosts a rich assortment of public lectures, conferences and outreach activities that foster deeper understanding of European history, politics and culture.
CES in 2013-14 is the recipient of grants externally from the Delegation of the European Union to the United States (Getting to Know Europe, led by Dan Kelemen, Professor of Political Science) and internally from the Rutgers Centers for Global Advancement and International Affairs (Working Group on Governing Work in the Global Economy, led by Tobias Schulze-Cleven, Assistant Professor, School of Management and Labor Relations).
Please explore our website, which details our activities and provides information on upcoming events. We hope you will join us in supporting European Studies at Rutgers.