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BUSI 610 | GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

August 24, 2015

3 CREDITS PROFESSOR DOUG ELVERS Human rights are inextricably linked to the achievement of public health policy goals. This course provides an introduction to the relationship between health policy and human rights. As a survey course, it ranges broadly over … Continued

ENST 585 | AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

July 24, 2015

3 CREDITS PROFESSOR: RICHARD ANDREWS This course has two principal objectives. The first is to provide an intensive introduction to the historical development and current issues of environmental policy in the United States, including basic perspectives, processes and institutions, major … Continued

GEOG 448 | TRANSNATIONAL MUSLIMS

July 24, 2015

3 CREDITS PROFESSOR BANU GÖKARIKSEL This course will trace the geographical production of Muslim subjects through transnational flows, networks and imaginaries. Rather than approaching “Islam” or Muslims as fixed in time and space, we will develop a perspective on Muslim … Continued

CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2015

July 24, 2015

Seven members of the TAM Class of 2015 returned to Chapel Hill this weekend to celebrate their graduation. Professor John Stephens hosted a reception in their honor at his home. Three of this year’s graduates intend to pursue doctoral degrees … Continued

NEW TAM WEBSITE

July 24, 2015

Welcome to the new TAM website! We hope you enjoy the updated layout and information. UNC’s Center for European Studies has been hard at work to give you the best information possible to help you make an informed decision with … Continued

POLI 882 | US-EU LECTURE SERIES

June 24, 2015

1 CREDIT PROFESSOR: JOHN STEPHENS This weekly lecture series draws primarily on the expertise of US-based faculty. Topics focus on EU and/or US foreign and domestic politics as well as on contemporary transatlantic relations. Each week, one or two TAM … Continued

GEOG 453 | POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY

June 24, 2015

3 CREDITS PROFESSOR SCOTT KIRSCH What is political power? Are power and political processes knowable without understanding how they are spatially distributed in territories, regions, and landscapes? Our premise is that the answer to these questions is “No,” and that … Continued

TAM STUDENT RECEIVES A 2015-16 FULBRIGHT AWARD

April 24, 2015

We are very proud to announce that TAM student, Michelle Offik, was recently awarded a 2015-2016 Fulbright U.S. Student Award to Germany. Michelle is currently in Europe. She interned at Atlantic-community.org from January to March of this year and is … Continued

POLI 433 | IMMIGRANT INTEGRATION IN CONTEMPORARY WESTERN EUROPE

April 24, 2015

3 CREDITS PROFESSOR RAHSAAN MAXWELL Immigrant integration has been one of the most intense political issues in Western Europe in recent decades. While many West European countries have long traditions of integrating immigrants from fellow European countries, the dramatic post-WWII … Continued