The European NetIAS Lecture Series - Summer term: Borders
The European Network of Institute for Advanced Studies (NetIAS) launched in 2020 the European NetIAS Lectures, a pan-European lectures programme putting together the Netias members’ fellows under an overarching yearly theme.
In order to respond proactively to the restrictions imposed by the pandemic and in order to showcase the quality and diversity of the research conducted in its member institutes, the Netias opens its doors to all interested in the research conducted at our Institutes and interested in timely discussions. The 25 Institutes from 17 European countries participating in the Network operate on the basis of a Europe-wide geographical distribution on common principles of freedom of research and knowledge sharing.
Starting from June 4 2020, Netias initiated a series of joint weekly online seminars and lectures called The European NetIAS Lectures delivered by renowned scholar. Participation is open to students, researchers, and anyone interested in the latest international research and new thinking on borders. Borders understood real and symbolic, political and social, thereby embracing a broad variety of perspectives and approaches.
Under the auspices of the Network of European Institutes of Advanced Studies, the first series of European talks were organized by the Institute of Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna. The CEU-IAS Budapest took over in 2020-2021, and the New Europe College, Bucharest in 2021/2022.
Lectures are open to all interested participants and are held online.
For further information, please visit the web-site of
the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Bologna (Coordinator 2020)
the IAS CEU (coordinator Spring 2021)
the New Europe College (Coordinator Autumn 2021)