with University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's
European Union Center of Excellence

to mark the occasion of the
50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome

"50 years of Transformation:
The EU's Triumphs and Future Challenges"

Wednesday, 28 March 2007
4:00 p.m.
The Pyle Center

702 Langdon St.


John Stephens
Professor of Political Science and EUCE Director, UNC-Chapel Hill
"The European Social Model(s)"

Liesbet Hooghe
Professor of Political Science, UNC-Chapel Hill
Europe's Blues?
Soul-Searching after the rejection of the Constitution

Myra Marx Ferree
Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for German and European Studies, UW-Madison
Gender and Social Inclusion in an Expanded EU

Jonathan Zeitlin
Professor of Sociology, History and Public Policy
and Director of the UW-Madison's EUCE
and Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy
The New Architecture of EU Governance

Sponsored by:
The European Union Center of Excellence