A half-day conference
Event Location: East Gallery, Buell Hall (Maison Française)
RSVP at www.maisonfrançaise.org.
The current EU refugee crisis now seems to threaten the viability of the Schengen borders and raises questions about the future of the European Union and the possibility of a Britxit. This colloquium will explore Europe’s special situation, geographically as well as juridically, the meaning of the crisis for the future of the Union in an interdisciplinary discussion among lawyers, political and social scientists, and historians on refugee and asylum law and rights today.
Conference participants: Alexander Aleinikoff (Columbia), Seyla Benhabib (Yale University), Stefanos Geroulanos (NYU), Ayten Gundogdu (Columbia), Bernard Harcourt (Columbia), Turkuler Isiksel (Columbia), Daniel Kanstroom (Boston College Law School), & Adam Tooze (Columbia).
The conference is organized and moderated by Seyla Benhabib, Yale University and Senior Scholar in Residence at the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought (CCCT), and Bernard Harcourt, director of the CCCT.
Conference co-sponsored by the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought and the Maison Française.