Thurs, Sept 3: "Belarus: Last Days of the Last European Dictatorship?"
Rodion Begliak, Viyaleta Farysheuskaya, Dmytro Sherengovsky, Katherine Younger, and moderated by Clemens Sedmak
Wed, Sept. 9: "What If Anything, Is Europe? And Who Is European?"
Felipe Fernández-Armesto, William P. Reynolds Professor of History and Nanovic Faculty Fellow
Tues, Sept. 22: “Statue Toppling in Europe: Vandalism or Vindication?"
Timothy W. Ryback, Director of the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation in The Hague
Tues, Oct. 6: "Raphael in Rome”
Ingrid Rowland, Professor of Architecture and Nanovic Faculty Fellow
Tues, Oct. 13: "The Christ of Empires: German Veneration of Austria-Hungary in the First World War"
Mark T. Kettler, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Associate
Tues, Oct. 20: "Europe's Responses to COVID-19" A Virtual Roundtable
Tues, Oct. 27: “John Paul II's Proposal for Europe: A Celebration of the Past or a Prophetic Invitation for the Future?”
Fr. Michał Paluch, Rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (Angelicum)