Conversations on Europe: EP ELECTIONS: What's At Stake?

Event information
Venue:FIU - MMC - Green Library Resources Center - GL 156


"Conversations On Europe" connects top experts from around the United States and Europe to discuss contemporary issues facing Europe and the Transatlantic relationship. Using both personal and institutional video conference technology, panelists take questions and interact with audiences at the University of Pittsburgh and at remote sites in the US and Europe.

The last Conversations on Europe this Spring semester is on "EP Elections: What's at Stake?"; it will take place on Tuesday, April 16th.

On May 23-26, 2019, voters across the European Union will head to the polls to elect 751 members of the European Parliament. In this conversation, our panel of experts will discuss the key players, parties and issues at stake (including the role of Brexit) in the upcoming elections.


  • Andrea Aldrich, Department of Political Science, Yale University;
  • Catherine de Vries, Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Free University of Amsterdam
  • Matthijs Rooduijn, Department of political Science, University of Amsterdam

Moderator: Jae-Jae Spoon, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh

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At FIU, the video conference will be held in the Green Library Resource Center - GL 156

Hosted by the European Studies Center, a Jean Monnet European Union Center of Excellence at the University of Pittsburgh

Co-sponsors · UCIS · European Union Center at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign · Center for European Studies at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill · Jean Monnet Center of Excellence at Florida International University

Funded in part by the European Union