The EUC Blog is intended as a forum for the sharing of ideas about issues related to the EU. Blog participants include the faculty, students, and wider community of affiliates of the EUC, as well as members of the general public with interests in the European Union. On this blog, you will find:
Linguae Europaeae is a blog dedicated to a wide range of topics involving official state, regional, and minority languages in the European Union, including but not limited to:
Blog posts are written in a variety of languages by University of Illinois students and faculty representing diverse disciplines.
|The Conversation on Transatlanticism and Europe (CEURO) project took place in 2017-19 and brought together students and scholars from two Jean Monnet Centers of Excellence: the University of Illinois European Union Center and the Center for European Studies at KU Leuven. This blog presents essays, policy briefings, research articles, video interviews, and more from program participants. See the project website for more information.
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