Norræn samfélög og Evrópusamruninn – föstudaginn 12. nóvember í fundarsal Þjóðarbókhlöðu

Alþjóðamálastofnun stendur fyrir málþingi um norrænu samfélögin og
Evrópusamrunann, föstudaginn 12. nóvember frá kl. 9 til 17 í fundarsal
Þjóðarbókhlöðu. Málþingið er liður í samstarfsverkefni Oslóarháskóla,
háskólans í Turku og Alþjóðamálastofnunar um viðbrögð, stöðu og
þátttöku Norðurlandanna í Evrópusamrunanum.

Málþingið er haldið á ensku og er öllum opið en þátttakendur eru vinsamlegast beðnir um að skrá sig með því að senda póst á netfang Alþjóðamálastofnunar ams@hi.is.

Programme

9.00-9.10 Coffee – collection of papers

9.10-9.15 Words of welcome
Baldur Þórhallsson
Chair of the Institute of International Affairs and Centre for Small State Studies

9.15–9.25 Opening remarks
Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Minister of Education and Culture

9.25-10.10 European integration beyond EU history: Bringing the Transnational Perspective in
Key note lecture by Kiran Klaus Patel, Professor, European University Institute, Florence

Discussant: Maximilian Conrad, Assistant Professor, European studies, University of Iceland
Chair: Baldur Thorhallsson, Jean Monnet Professor of Political Science, University of Iceland

10.10-10.30 Coffee break

10.30-12.00 Panel 1: Individual leaders and their approaches to European integration

• „Jens Otto Krag – a case study in the biographical approach to European integration history“
Presentation by Johnny Laursen, Vice Dean for Research, Head of the Humanities Graduate School, University of Aarhus
• „Norwegian Labour Party leaders and European integration. From Trygve Bratteli to Gro Harlem Brundtland”
Presentation by Dag Axel Kristoffersen, Researcher, University of Oslo
• “Herr Brandt on a pro-market mission – The German chancellor and the Nordic countries’ difficult negotiations with the EC (1969-72)”
Presentation by Robin M. Allers, Director, Department of International Security Policy, Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Discussant: Valur Ingimundarson, Professor of History, University of Iceland
Chair: Ólafur Þ. Harðarson, Dean of the School of Social Sciences

12.00-13.00 Lunch at the National Library

13.00-14.30 Panel 2: Collective actors and European integration

• “The inner circle: Experts on European integration in the Norwegian MFA”
Presentation by Haakon Ikonomou, PhD student, University of Oslo
• “Nordic civil servants and experts in EU institutions: The gateway to increased influences in the EU?”
Gunnhildur Lily Magnúsdóttir, University of Malmö
• „You cannot accuse the EFTA of everything…“ – Kalevi Sorsa, the Finnish Left and the EEC association treaty, 1969-1975.
Louis Clerc, University of Turku

Discussant: Alyson Bailes, University of Iceland
Chair: Sigurbjörg Sigurgeirsdóttir, University of Iceland

14.30-14.45 Coffee Break

14.45- 16.45 Panel 3: The “No” movements, public opinion an political parties
• “The No-movements in Scandinavia“
Carsten Schymik, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin
• “Norwegian Attitudes to Membership of the EU”
Hans Otto Froland, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
• “How have the Swedish Social Democrats handled the issues of EU and the EMU membership?”
Malena Rosén Sundström, University of Malmö
• “The reluctance of the Icelandic conservative Independence Party to participate in European integration”
Baldur Thorhallsson, University of Iceland

Discussant: Magnús Árni Magnússon, Dean of Bifröst University
Chair: Silja Bára Ómarsdóttir, Adjunct, Department of Political Science, University of Iceland.

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9.00-9.10 Coffee
– collection of papers

9.10-9.15 Words
of welcome

Baldur
Þórhallsson

Chair of
the Institute for International Affairs and Centre for Small State
Studies

9.15–9.25 Opening remarks

Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Minister of Education and
Culture

9.25-10.10 European integration beyond EU history: Bringing the Transnational
Perspective in

Key note lecture by Kiran Klaus
Patel, Professor, European University Institute, Florence

Discussant:
Maximilian
Conrad, Assistant Professor, European studies, University of Iceland

Chair:
Baldur Thorhallsson, Jean Monnet Professor of Political Science, University of Iceland

10.10-10.30 Coffee break

10.30-12.00 Panel
1: Individual leaders and their approaches to European integration

·
„Jens
Otto Krag – a case study in the biographical approach to European integration
history“

Presentation by Johnny Laursen, Vice Dean for Research, Head of the Humanities Graduate
School
, University of Aarhus

·
„Norwegian
Labour Party leaders and European integration.
From Trygve Bratteli to
Gro Harlem Brundtland”

Presentation by Dag Axel Kristoffersen, Researcher, University of Oslo

·
Herr Brandt on a pro-market mission – The German chancellor and the
Nordic countries’ difficult negotiations with the EC (1969-72)

Presentation by Robin M. Allers, Director, Department of
International Security Policy, Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies

Discussant: Valur
Ingimundarson, Professor of History, University of Iceland

Chair: Ólafur Þ. Harðarson,
Dean of the School
of Social Sciences

12.00-13.00
Lunch at the National Library

13.00-14.30 Panel
2: Collective actors and European integration

·
“The
inner circle: Experts on European integration in the Norwegian MFA”

Presentation by Haakon Ikonomou, PhD student, University of Oslo

·
“Nordic
civil servants and experts in EU institutions: The gateway to increased
influences in the EU?”

Gunnhildur Lily Magnúsdóttir, University of Malmö

  • „You cannot accuse the EFTA of everything…“ – Kalevi
    Sorsa, the Finnish Left and the EEC association treaty, 1969-1975.

Louis
Clerc, University
of Turku

Discussant: Alyson Bailes, University of Iceland

Chair: Sigurbjörg
Sigurgeirsdóttir, University
of Iceland

14.30-14.45 Coffee Break

14.45-
16.45 Panel 3: The “No” movements, public
opinion an political parties

·
The No-movements in Scandinavia

Carsten Schymik,
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin

·
“Norwegian
Attitudes to Membership of the EU”

Hans Otto Froland,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim

·
“How
have the Swedish Social Democrats handled the issues of EU and the EMU
membership?”

Malena Rosén Sundström, University of Malmö

·
“The
reluctance of the Icelandic conservative Independence
Party to participate in European integration”

Baldur Thorhallsson, University of Iceland

Discussant: Magnús Árni
Magnússon, Dean of Bifröst
University

Chair: Silja Bára
Ómarsdóttir, Adjunct, Department of Political Science, University of Iceland