Emory University is hosting a day-long forum on European-U.S. relations and the future of European cultures and identities to be held at the Carlos Museum Reception Hall on Wednesday, April 21.
Among the speakers will be Sam Cherribi, senior lecturer in sociology at Emory and a former member of parliament from The Netherlands and Gyula Kodolanyi, a Hungarian writer and political activist. Other speakers include more than a dozen Emory experts from the humanities and social sciences.
Speakers will address cultural, economic and political changes the European Union may experience when it expands to include 10 nations in May.
Go to www.emory.edu/europe to register. Call Peter Wakefield, Office of International Affairs, at (404) 727-7467 for more information.