Faculty historians and economists will discuss various aspects of the economic and political crisis in Europe, as it affects the European Union and the world, with case studies on Germany, Spain and Great Britain.
There is no admission charge and the public is invited.
Agenda and NCC Speakers
Session I: The Crisis in Context (10 a.m. to 11:20 a.m.)Welcome and opening Remarks by Provost Pamela Edington, Ed.D.
“The Economic Framework of the Crisis,” by Ernest Chip Brown, Instructor of Economics
“The Political Framework of the Crisis,’ by Steve Glazer, Professor of Economics
Session 2: Case Studies (11:30 to 12:50 p.m. )
“The Role of Germany in the Crisis,” by Dr. Hannah Moekel-Rieke, Professor of English as a Second Language
“Great Britain’s Perspective on Unity,” by David Lincoln, Instructor of History
“Spain and the Challenge of the Economic Union,” by Dr. Robert Howard, Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
For more information, contact Professor Hannah Moekel-Rieke at (203) 857-7335