• 11 May 2017 - 12 May 2017
  • Paris
  • Venue:
    Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Paris Nord
    20, avenue George Sand
    93210 Saint-Denis la Plaine
    Metro Line 12: Front Populaire ou RER B : La plaine-Stade de france

  • Symposium: History of Europe
  • The Crisis of Europe and its Institutions

  • The international colloquium on the history of Europe and its institutions is jointly organised by Espaces Marx, transform! europe, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Fondation Gabriel Péri, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Paris Nord, CNRS, University Paris 13, and University Paris 8.


Programme

Thursday, 11 May

13.00-14.00

Introduction: Marga Ferré (FEC, Spain), Francis Wurtz (Honorary MEP, France)

Europe of peace, international solidarities and anti-racist movements

14.00-15.30

Round table I: Fights against fascism and the extreme right: the impasses of an analysis in terms of totalitarianism

Speakers: Roger Martelli (Historian, France), Detlef Nakath (Historian, Germany, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation)

15.30-16.00: Break

16.00-17.30

Round table II: Europe of peace? Cold War and European construction

Speakers: Serge Wolikow (Historian, France), Silvio Pons (Historian, Italy), Fritz Weber (Historian, Austria)

 

Friday, 12 May

“Social Europe”: between creations of rights and liberalization of the labour market

9.00-10.30

Round table I: A class struggle at the European level? Assessment of workers’ movements and European political alliances

Speakers: Sia Anagnostopoulou (Historian, Greece), Jean-Numa Ducange (Historian, France)

10.30 -11.00: Break

11.00-12.30

Round table II: Social Europe and European rights: stocktaking and perspectives

Speaker: Claude Didry (Sociologist, France)

12.30 -14.00: Lunch

 

Criticism of popular institutions and aspirations

14.00-15.30

Round table: The European idea, from enthusiasm to divorce

Speakers: Baier Walter (transform! europe, Austria), Marie-Christine Vergiat (MEP, France)

15.30 – 16.00

Conclusion and closure

 

In partnership with the Seminar “Emboîtement des crises” of Jean-Numa Ducange and Razmig Keucheyan