The Institute of Political Science welcomes you to join a series of talks and workshops by Dr. Karol Chwedczuk-Szulc from the University of Wroclaw.
All events will take place in the GWZ, Beethovenstr. 15, 04107 Leipzig, room H4 1.16
Tuesday, October 19, 11:00am-13:00pm, GWZ, room H4 1.16
Talk with a discussion: “The Hamiltonian moment? A civil war? The United States of Europe? What can and cannot happen with the EU in the coming years”
Wednesday, October 20, 1:00pm-3:00pm, GWZ, room H4 1.16
Workshop I: “Social constructivism predicting future – is that even possible?”
Thursday, October 21, 9:00am -11:00am, GWZ, room H4 1.16
Workshop II: “Should the EU get rid of illiberal regimes like Poland and Hungary?”
Karol Chwedczuk-Szulc is assistant professor at the University of Wroclaw. He holds a PhD in Political Science and MA in Sociology and International Relations. Currently, his research focuses primarily on EU-US comparative studies, juxtaposing American Civil War with current EU's crises in socio-historical perspective. He was a research fellow at the American University in Washington DC in 2015/2016 and a Fulbright Schuman Grant recipient in 2019. His latest publications deal with the potential of social constructivism in political forecasting, the EU-US comparative analysis and the future of European Union.