Jean Monnet summer course in Romany Studies/Central European University, Budapest

The Jean Monnet summer course on "SOCIAL INTEGRATION AND THE ROMANY MINORITY
IN EUROPE TODAY: LINKING POLICY AND RESEARCH TO WORK AGAINST POVERTY,
DISCRIMINATION AND ETHNIC CONFLICT", funded by the European Commission
within the framework of the Jean Monnet Programme, Life Long Learning,
Information and Research Activities.

Course Dates: June 21-July 19, 2010
Location: Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Hungary,
Detailed course description: http://www.summer. ceu.hu/romany

Faculty:
Michael Stewart, Department of Anthropology, University College London/CEU,
Nationalism Studies; Yaron Matras, University of Manchester, UK; Peter
Vermeersch, Catholic University of Leuven, Institute for International and
European Policy, Institute for International and European Policy, Leuven,
Belgium; Violetta Zentai, Central European University, Department of Public
Policy; Lilla Farkas, Hungarian Equal Treatment Authority's Advisory Board;
Gabor Kezdi, Central European University, Department of Economics/Institute
of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary; Livia Jaroka, European
Parliament, Brussels, Belgium; Judit Durst, University College London, UK

Target group:
This summer school encourages applications from academics (junior faculty,
MA or PhD students, researchers) from the fields of anthropology, sociology,
European studies, history, public policy, linguistics, political science,
law and human rights, economics, human geography, urban studies, public
administration and social policy as well as from practitioners,
policy-makers, NPOs, and civil servants.

Language of instruction: English

Application deadline: February 15, 2010
Online application: https://apply. embark.com/ NonDegree/ CEU