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The State of EU-U.S. Trade Relations: Between Conflict and Convergence
September 23, 2019
12:30pm - 2:00pm

The State of EU-U.S. Trade Relations: Between Conflict and Convergence

Gurus, Women, and Yoga: The Spiritual World of Hindu Universalism
September 23, 2019
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Gurus, Women, and Yoga: The Spiritual World of Hindu Universalism

Session 1: What is a Thesis?
September 24, 2019
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Session 1: What is a Thesis?

Yugoslavia Revisited
September 25, 2019
4:30pm - 6:00pm

Yugoslavia Revisited

Exhibit Opening - Remember Yugoslavia? Photographs by Martin Karplus
September 25, 2019
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Exhibit Opening - Remember Yugoslavia? Photographs by Martin Karplus

Day of France at Harvard
September 26, 2019
10:00am - 8:00pm

Day of France at Harvard

New Art Exhibit Opens September 25: Remember Yugoslavia? Photos by Nobel Laureate Martin Karplus

For more information about the opening discussion "Yugoslavia Revisited" and the exhibit, see here.

History Lessons: Reviewing the history of migration through a different lens

Argyro Nicolaou speaks about the treatment of migration in the Mediterranean Sea and her native Cyprus in film, art and literature, and how this research fits with her work for an upcoming exhibit at the MOMA in New York City. "I consider my work one way of using the humanities to respond to politics," says Nicolaou who received a CES Dissertation Research Grant and completed her Ph.D. in comparative literature in 2019.

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History Lessons: Reviewing the history of migration through a different lens
​Revisiting History - Charles Maier reflects on a half century at Harvard

​Revisiting History - Charles Maier reflects on a half century at Harvard

Charles Maier the Leverett Saltonstall Research Professor and CES resident faculty, retired in May, bringing to a close more than 50 years of teaching at Harvard. We spoke to him about his career at a changing university, what he’ll miss, what he won’t, and what he’s doing next.

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