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Let’s Talk Death is a series of conversations created to normalize, educate and demystify the taboo around death, dying and the journey of grief. Let’s Talk Death is brought to you by HealGrief, a non-profit providing the tools and resources to support one's journey with grief. We seek to empower individuals to achieve a healthy post bereavement growth. Everything we do is inspired by our core belief that no one should ever grieve alone.
 
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In this episode, Carol shares an experience of grief. She was in her early 20's when a friend jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge. It was the first suicide or death she had experienced of a close friend. She remembers how nobody talked about it; no one talked about anything. Originally from San Francisco, Carol Schoneberg has been a hospice educator …
 
In this episode, Dr. Kesari talks about his 20 years of working with patients suffering a deadly disease. He speaks about how his patients and their families are like his own and how his connection to them gave him a deep understanding of living and dying. Dr. Santosh Kesari is a board-certified neurologist and neuro-oncologist and is currently Cha…
 
In this episode, Ronnie shares about the suicide of her 21 year old step-son. She says, "when he ended his life, it was like a grenade that exploded in our household." Although she was a counselor at the time, she said nothing had prepared her. Ronnie Walker MS, LCPC is a seasoned mental health professional who lived through devastating grief after…
 
In this episode, Lynne shares her grief experience after her mother unexpectedly died when she was nine years old. Three years later, the day before junior high started, her father died, leaving her an orphan. Not wanting to be known as the girl with the dead parents, she showed up that first day of school. Lynne Hughes is a nationally recognized g…
 
Professor Michael Shackleton is Special Professor in European Institutions at the University of Maastricht and former Head of the European Parliament Information Office in the UK, Dr. Martyn Bond is a Distinguished Senior Fellow of Regent's University, London, and also served as Head of the EP Information Office in the UK some years earlier. Both t…
 
In this episode, Barbara shares an experience from when she was a 16-year-old nurse's aide asked to sit with someone dying. Terrified to do so, she was told to let them know, meaning the nurse's station, when they died. Barbara Karnes, RN, is an internationally recognized author, speaker, thought leader, and expert on end-of-life care and dying dyn…
 
In this episode, Clarissa goes back in time and shares her experience after her father died from cirrhosis of the liver and kidney failure when she was 11 years old and became an orphan at age 12 when her mother lost her two-year battle to cancer. Clarissa Thibeaux had dreams of becoming an entertainer from a young age. She studied Theatre Arts wit…
 
In this episode, Jillian shares how as a teenager, after her mother died, she maintained A's in school, kept good friends, and never got into trouble. So everyone thought she was okay and a "good griever." Jillian Blueford is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the school counseling program at the University of Denver and a Licensed Professional Cou…
 
In this episode, Ta'Shay shares her memories back to when she was a nine-year-old little girl and experienced grief after her father's death. She shares about the impact suppressing her emotions had through her adult life, and as a mature woman, she is finally facing her grief. Ta’Shay Mason, a Texas native, served sixteen years in the U.S. Army, o…
 
In this episode, Vivian shares about her grief experienced when her mother died as a ten-year-old, and then her primary care-giver, her grandmother, died as a young adult attending college. She shares how she sought support and others who would understand, but there weren't any. Vivian Nunez is a Portland-based writer, public speaker, and content c…
 
In this episode, Ken shares how he inadvertently ended up working with children with cancer and how that experience shaped his career and life's work. Ken also speaks about his research with disenfranchised grief. Ken Doka is a Professor Emeritus at the Graduate School of The College of New Rochelle and Senior Consultant to the Hospice Foundation o…
 
This podcast is a recording of the NORTIA webinar 'Foreign Policy Research in times of Covid-19 Restrictions'.Speakers: Federica Bicchi (EUI/LSE); Carlos Bravo (IBEI) Marianna Lovato (University College Dublin)Chair: Heidi Maurer (University of Bristol)Music: Scott Holmes - Little Idea via FMABy UACES: the association for European Studies
 
The podcasts were produced at the inaugural workshop of DIMES in Leiden. The DIMES project seeks to explore ways to increase diversity within the field of European Studies, in particular with regards to the ethnicity, disciplinary focus and geographical location of its participants. Listen to presenters and participants about their research and the…
 
The podcasts were produced at the inaugural workshop of DIMES in Leiden. The DIMES project seeks to explore ways to increase diversity within the field of European Studies, in particular with regards to the ethnicity, disciplinary focus and geographical location of its participants. Listen to presenters and participants about their research and the…
 
The podcasts were produced at the inaugural workshop of DIMES in Leiden. The DIMES project seeks to explore ways to increase diversity within the field of European Studies, in particular with regards to the ethnicity, disciplinary focus and geographical location of its participants. Listen to presenters and participants about their research and the…
 
The podcasts were produced at the inaugural workshop of DIMES in Leiden. The DIMES project seeks to explore ways to increase diversity within the field of European Studies, in particular with regards to the ethnicity, disciplinary focus and geographical location of its participants. Listen to presenters and participants about their research and the…
 
50 years of European foreign policy cooperation: what is it for? 17 October 2019, 17.00 – 18.45Venue: European Studies Center, St. Anthony´s College, OxfordSpeakers: Ben Tonra (University College Dublin); Richard Whitman (University of Kent); Alexander Kmentt (Kings College London). Chair: Heidi Maurer (DPIR, University of Oxford)Co-sponsored by NO…
 
Carlos Bravo-Laguna (IBEI) / Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)) discusses his research on trans-European crisis management, focusing on the case of the 2010 Icelandic ash cloud caused by the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic eruptions. Interviewer: Laura Gelhaus (University of Warwick)* * *Recorded at the UACES Graduate Forum Conference, Manchester Metropolit…
 
Laura Gelhaus (University of Warwick) discusses her PhD research, which examines the Common Agricultural Policy as foreign policy, posing the question of whether this is the future of EU external relations.Interviewer: Carlos Bravo-Laguna (Institut Barcelona d' Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) / Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF)* * *Laura's reading recom…
 
Plenary Session at #UACES2019 (https://www.uaces.org/lisbon)Ana Paula Zacarias – Secretary of State of European Affairs, Portugal David O´Sullivan – Former EU ambassador to the US Ben Tonra – University College DublinJost-Henrik Morgenstern-Pomorski – University of BirminghamChair: Heidi Maurer – University of OxfordIn partnership with NORTIA: Netw…
 
How do higher education institutions operate and cooperate across regions in Europe? What is the EU's role in higher education? How do EU regional and higher education policies intersect?In this episode of Ideas on Europe, Daniel Neat (University of Portsmouth) and Alina Felder (Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences)discuss their research on t…
 
We talk to Cherry James (Senior Lecturer in Law at London South Bank University) about her new book "Citizenship, Nation-building and Identity in the EU: The Contribution of Erasmus Student Mobility, 1st Edition"The book is part of the Routledge / UACES Contemporary European Studies Series (learn more & view discounts for UACES members: https://www…
 
Recorded at the "Perspectives on European Foreign Policy in the Context of Current EU-Russia Relations" Workshop - Friday 11 January 2019 - Leiden University, Netherlands* * *Tony van der TogtTony van der Togt compares his experience with foreign policy making in the early 2000s with what the EU is capable to do now, and his reflections focus on th…
 
Recorded at the "Perspectives on European Foreign Policy in the Context of Current EU-Russia Relations" Workshop - Friday 11 January 2019 - Leiden University, Netherlands* * *Dr Nick Wright takes an institutional perspective and assesses that despite the current imperfections European foreign policy cooperation is still the best example of successf…
 
Recorded at the "Perspectives on European Foreign Policy in the Context of Current EU-Russia Relations" Workshop - Friday 11 January 2019 - Leiden University, Netherlands* * *Professor Sjursen talks about the increased “normative uncertainty” in the current global context that the EU is struggling with, next to the often discussed increasing instab…
 
A basic guide to the EU and cyberspace from Eva Saeva (PhD candidate, Newcastle University).Recorded as part of the UACES Graduate Forum Conference 2018 (https://www.uaces.org/gf18)Disclaimer:This recording was part of a project that was supported by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.Please note that this article and represents the views…
 
Cleo Davies (University of Edinburgh) talks to us about her PhD and her findings at the Historical Archives of the European Union (HAEU) in Florence. Cleo was one of the 2018 recipients of the UACES archival research scholarship, supported by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, designed to enable PhD and early-career scholars in contempor…
 
Dr Mark Field interviews Professor Karen Heard-Laureote about her research on transnational policy networks, active learning pedagogies, higher education and tips for early-career researchers. Professor Heard-Laureote is Professor of Education and Society and Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration and Director of the University of Portsmouth's J…
 
A short Q&A between Xiao (Alvin) Yang (Universität Kassel) and Dimitrios Apostolopoulos (Fondation IDEA a.s.b.l.).Alvin discusses his presentation on European Regional integration theories with a hybridized approach of Critical Theory and Social Evolution Theory, while Dimitrios explains his research on the impact of EMU on the governance of EU mem…
 
Paul Stephenson reads his poem, marking 50 years of UACES: the academic association for contemporary European Studies. #uaces50 | https://uaces.org/fiftyTranscript: https://www.uaces.org/documents/events/uaces50/Ode-to-UACES-Paul-Stephenson.pdfThe live reading took place at the UACES 50th Anniversary Reception, held at the British Academy, 8th Dece…
 
UACES Lifetime Achievement Award Winners Geoffrey Edwards (University of Cambridge), Emil Kirchner (University of Essex) and Brigid Laffan (European University Institute) speak to Emily Linnemann (UACES) about the development of European Studies over their academic careers.Transcript and video available at: https://jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/v…
 
Viviane Gravey (Queen's University Belfast), Elizabeth Monaghan (University of Hull), Miguel Otero-Iglesias (Real Instituto Elcano), Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey) and Anna Wambach (Newcastle University) share their experiences as UACES Student Forum* Chairs and discuss the development of postgraduate research in European Studies, and ongoi…
 
After six years as UACES Chair, Helen Drake (Loughborough University London) stepped down from her role during #UACES2018 (https://www.uaces.org/bath). In this interview, Nick Startin (newly-elected UACES Chair, University of Bath) and Adam Steinhouse (long-standing UACES member) talk to Helen about her career as an academic, her work on French and…
 
Jo Shaw (University of Edinburgh) and Richard Whitman (University of Kent) speak to Helen Drake (Loughborough University London) about the development of European Studies and their time as Chairs of UACES.Transcript and video available at: http://jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/view/uaces-chairsIn 2017 UACES celebrated its 50th anniversary. As part…
 
What are "critical" European studies? Who needs them and why? How does a researcher of contemporary Europe or the European Union (EU) take, or fail to take, a critical approach? In this episode of Ideas on Europe, five PhD and early-career researchers discuss their work and interests in critical approaches to European Studies. Recorded at the UACES…
 
Interview with Professor Clive Church (Emeritus Professor of European Studies, University of Kent and long-standing UACES member). We ask Clive about his academic career, his research on Swiss politics and history, how the Switzerland-EU relationship was drawn on during the Brexit referendum and what can be learned from it, if anything, for Britain…
 
Interview with Dr Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey, UACES Treasurer, Deputy Director of The UK in a Changing Europe) about European politics, researching euroscepticism and Brexit and top tips for postgraduate researchers.#UACES #ExpertonEuropeLearn more about Simon Usherwood's work: http://www.simonusherwood.com/Browse more UACES members and …
 
Toni Haastrup (University of Kent) and Simon Bulmer (University of Sheffield) speak to Maxine David (University of Leiden) about the development and future of the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS). Transcript and video available at: http://jcer.net/index.php/jcer/article/view/jcms-editorsIn 2017 UACES celebrated its 50th anniversary. As part …
 
Quincy Cloet (PhD student, Aberystwyth University) presents his findings on the last 50 years of European Studies and the subject discipline, UACES.This two-day conference brought together academics, archivists and practitioners to examine the last 50 years of UACES, European Studies, UK-EU relations and their interrelated futures. The 50th Anniver…
 
Using Archives for Historical Research on the EU | N. Piers Ludlow (LSE)This two-day conference brought together academics, archivists and practitioners to examine the last 50 years of UACES, European Studies, UK-EU relations and their interrelated futures. The 50th Anniversary of UACES as the UK-based association for the study of Europe coincided …
 
This two-day conference brought together academics, archivists and practitioners to examine the last 50 years of UACES, European Studies, UK-EU relations and their interrelated futures. The 50th Anniversary of UACES as the UK-based association for the study of Europe coincided with the UK's triggering of Article 50.This conference provided a unique…
 
Chair: Wilhelm Lehmann, EUI Speakers:Helen Drake, Loughborough University, UACES ChairMary Murphy, University College Cork, IACES ChairAbraham L Newman, Georgetown University, EUSA ChairThis two-day conference brought together academics, archivists and practitioners to examine the last 50 years of UACES, European Studies, UK-EU relations and their …
 
Chair: Brigid Laffan (European University Institute)Speakers: Paul James Cardwell (University of Strathclyde), Laura Cram (University of Edinburgh), Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey), Jo Hunt (Cardiff University)This two-day conference at the European University Institute, Florence, brought together academics, archivists and practitioners to …
 
The JCMS Annual Review Lecture 2018 – Prof. Simon Hix (LSE)on the future UK-EU relationship.Learn more: https://jcms.ideasoneurope.eu/2018/07/18/the-jcms-annual-review-lecture-2018-prof-simon-hix-on-the-future-uk-eu-relationship/Read the lecture at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jcms.12766Note: UACES and JCMS cannot be held respon…
 
Dr Kathryn Simpson (Manchester Metropolitan University) discusses the effects of economic inequality on attitudes to the European Union and European integration in Ireland and across member states, and the possible impact Brexit might have.Interviewer: Dr Toni Haastrup (University of Kent)Note: UACES cannot be held responsible for opinions expresse…
 
Interview with Dr Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University) about her research in European Security Studies, the future of European Studies post-Brexit, and top tips for postgraduate researchers. Interviewer: Anna Wambach (Newcastle University & UACES Graduate Forum Chair)#UACES #ExpertonEuropeLearn more about Jocelyn Mawdsley's work: http://www.ncl.…
 
Interview with Dr Heidi Maurer (previously LSE, now Oxford University) on how she got into European Studies, her current research interests, and advice for students and early-career researchers.#UACES #ExpertonEuropeGender Balance Assessment Tool (for academic syllabi): https://jlsumner.shinyapps.io/syllabustool/Learn more about Heidi Maurer: http:…
 
Can money buy love for the #EU? Russell Foster (King's College London) argues that Euroscepticism can be countered by reforming the EU's symbols: specifically, currency iconography. This talk was originally given at a UACES Arena seminar in Brussels on 5th December 2016. Read a text version on the UACES blog: http://bit.ly/2Joflp5#UACES #IdeasonEur…
 
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