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15 January (deadline)

Two new Pierre du Bois Scholarships for the academic year 2010-2011 will be awarded to Latin American students preparing a PhD in International History and Politics at The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva (called hereafter The Graduate Institute). The first two scholarship holders, from Chile and Colombia, started their PhD research in the academic year of 2008-2009. For the academic year of 2009-2010, a third scholarship was offered to a Masters student from Mexico.

18 and 19 March

The Foundation will participate in the Symposium «Les Amériques latines: Héritages et mirages des Indépendances (1810-2010)» to take place at The Graduate Institute in Geneva.
It will offer the dinner in the honour of participants.
Auditorium Jacques-Freymond, Rue de Lausanne 132, 1202 Genève

20 May

The Pierre du Bois Foundation Annual Lecture, co-organised with The Graduate Institute, will be given in Geneva by

Daniel Cohn-Bendit,

Member of the European Parliament, Co-President of the GREENS/EFA Group in the Europe Parliament, on

"L'Europe post-nationale: un défi, une chance, un espoir?"

Thursday, 20May 2010, 18h30

CICG - Centre International deConférences Genève, Rue de Varembé 12 - 1202 Genève.

25 June

The Foundation will participate in and support the workshop «La construction d'un espace euro-méditerranéen. Genèses, mythes et perspectives.» organised by the International Research Network of Young Historians of European Integration (RICHIE) to take place in Paris, at the Sorbonne University.

16 and 17 September

The Foundation will participate in and support the Workshop «Le Parlement européen et les transformations de l’Europe communautaire » to take place at the University of Geneva. It will offer the dinner in honour of the participants.

17 September

The Prix Pierre du Bois will be awarded to the best PhD thesis in the field of current history presented in the Unit of International History and Politics of The Graduate Institute in the academic year of 2009-2010. The two first laureates were Dr. Katrin Milzow in 2008 and Dr. Sophie Huber in 2009.

14 and 15 October

The Symposium «Europe Twenty Years after the Cold War. The New Europe, New Europes?», co-organised with The Graduate Institute, will take place at the Graduate Institute in Geneva.
Auditorium Jacques-Freymond, Rue de Lausanne 132, 1202 Genève

 

The Foundation will continue to regularly publish on its website the «Papiers d'actualité/Current Affairs in Perspective».

A network of young researchers has been formed within the Foundation. Specialized working groups will be created and the network is open to new people and new ideas.

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