3rd College of Europe - Arenberg Prize Award, Brusselsback to the overview
On 19 February 2020, the College of Europe, together with the Arenberg Foundation, organized the Award Ceremony of the third edition of the College of Europe – Arenberg European Prize at the University Foundation in Brussels. The College of Europe – Arenberg European Prize is awarded to an excellent contribution by a postgraduate student in history, humanities or social sciences, which, using historical and/or comparative analysis, explores federal solutions for European integration.
The third edition of the College of Europe – Arenberg European Prize has been awarded to Dr Quincy CLOET for his article "Two sides to every story(teller): competition, continuity and change in narratives of European integration" (Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 25, 2017, 3, pp. 291-306). Dr CLOET is the first alumnus of the College of Europe to win the prize. He graduated at Natolin with the Václav Havel Promotion in the academic year 2012-2013.
During the Ceremony, Dr CLOET gave a presentation entitled: "Narratives of European Integration: Competition, Continuity and Change".
The keynote speech about "European Defence: an Idea whose Time Has Arrived?" was delivered by Minister Radosław SIKORSKI, Member of the European Parliament.