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Comparative European Governance

Conclusion of the Symposium in Honor of the Contributions of Vice Provost Alberta Sbragia to EU Studies.

Professor Alberta Sbragia of the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Political Science is a world-renowned scholar of European integration and one of the founders of EU Studies in the United States. Sbragia has long been recognized as a scholar, teacher, and mentor internationally and within the university.

To mark the retirement of our eminent colleague, this conference will bring together colleagues, co-workers, and former students of Dr. Sbragia to address and push forward her insights into understanding the EU from a comparative perspective and chart the impact of comparative regionalism and comparative federalism on the field of EU studies. 

Provost Suites, 2500 Posvar Hall

Panel 5: Multi-Level Governance
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

  • Wade Jacoby and Elizabeta Jevitc-Somlai (Brigham Young University), “European Reforms and the Leadership Deficits of Surplus Germany”

  • Willem Maas (York University), “EU Citizenship and Free Movement after Brexit”

  • Miguel Glatzer (La Salle University), “‘Greece in the Caribbean’? Puerto-Rico-Greece

    Comparisons and Lessons for Multilevel Governance”

Lunch Buffet
12:15-1:30 p.m.

Panel 6: Comparative Regionalism
1:30-2:45 p.m.

  • Margherita Matera (Melbourne), “Towards New Perspectives on Comparative Regional Governance” (co-author Philomena Murray)

  • Ruben Wong (National University Singapore), “Regional Variations and Crisis: Comparing EU and ASEAN Integration Dynamics” (Daniela Irrera, co-author)

  • Carolyn Dudek (Hofstra University), “Secession, Expanded Federalism, or Status Quo? Divergent Responses from Spain’s Historic Regions”

Conclusions and Adjournment
2:45-3 p.m.

Saturday, November 10 at 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Wesley W. Posvar Hall, 2500
230 South Bouquet Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260

Comparative European Governance

Conclusion of the Symposium in Honor of the Contributions of Vice Provost Alberta Sbragia to EU Studies.

Professor Alberta Sbragia of the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Political Science is a world-renowned scholar of European integration and one of the founders of EU Studies in the United States. Sbragia has long been recognized as a scholar, teacher, and mentor internationally and within the university.

To mark the retirement of our eminent colleague, this conference will bring together colleagues, co-workers, and former students of Dr. Sbragia to address and push forward her insights into understanding the EU from a comparative perspective and chart the impact of comparative regionalism and comparative federalism on the field of EU studies. 

Provost Suites, 2500 Posvar Hall

Panel 5: Multi-Level Governance
11 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

  • Wade Jacoby and Elizabeta Jevitc-Somlai (Brigham Young University), “European Reforms and the Leadership Deficits of Surplus Germany”

  • Willem Maas (York University), “EU Citizenship and Free Movement after Brexit”

  • Miguel Glatzer (La Salle University), “‘Greece in the Caribbean’? Puerto-Rico-Greece

    Comparisons and Lessons for Multilevel Governance”

Lunch Buffet
12:15-1:30 p.m.

Panel 6: Comparative Regionalism
1:30-2:45 p.m.

  • Margherita Matera (Melbourne), “Towards New Perspectives on Comparative Regional Governance” (co-author Philomena Murray)

  • Ruben Wong (National University Singapore), “Regional Variations and Crisis: Comparing EU and ASEAN Integration Dynamics” (Daniela Irrera, co-author)

  • Carolyn Dudek (Hofstra University), “Secession, Expanded Federalism, or Status Quo? Divergent Responses from Spain’s Historic Regions”

Conclusions and Adjournment
2:45-3 p.m.

Saturday, November 10 at 11:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Wesley W. Posvar Hall, 2500
230 South Bouquet Street, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260