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Bridging Divides: Migration and Belonging - A View from the Arts and Social Sciences
October 16, 2019
4:00pm - 5:15pm

Bridging Divides: Migration and Belonging - A View from the Arts and Social Sciences

The Survival of the Jews in France, 1940-1944
October 17, 2019
4:30pm - 6:00pm

The Survival of the Jews in France, 1940-1944

Art Exhibit - Remember Yugoslavia? Photographs by Martin Karplus
October 18, 2019
10:00am - 4:00pm

Art Exhibit - Remember Yugoslavia? Photographs by Martin Karplus

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Personal Reputation, Freedom of Speech, and an Attempt at Balance in Britain, 1750-2000
October 18, 2019
11:00am - 12:30pm

Personal Reputation, Freedom of Speech, and an Attempt at Balance in Britain, 1750-2000

CES Friday Lunch
October 18, 2019
12:30pm - 1:30pm

CES Friday Lunch

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Disaster Tabulation and Miraculous Deliverances in the Eighteenth Century
October 18, 2019
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Disaster Tabulation and Miraculous Deliverances in the Eighteenth Century

Germany Versus the ECB

Germany Versus the ECB

With the German economy close to recession, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has rightly urged eurozone governments to provide more fiscal stimulus. And acknowledging the interaction between fiscal and monetary policy would leave critics much less room for ECB-bashing, argues Hans-Helmut Kotz in recent piece in Project Syndicate. "In influencing economic activity, fiscal and monetary policy interact inexorably. Their joint impact is mediated through what the great economist James Tobin called a “common funnel”. In the eurozone, however, the policy debate regularly ignores this interaction between one monetary policy and 19 fiscal policies. Acknowledging it, however, would leave critics with much less room for ECB-bashing."

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Adorno Today - Peter Gordon addresses the philosopher’s relevance

Peter Gordon, Amabel B. James Professor of History and CES resident faculty, co-chairs the Harvard Colloquium for Intellectual History. CES spoke to him about the colloquium, his discipline, and the enduring legacy of Theodor Adorno. (Photo Credit: Jürgen Bauer, 2019.)

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Adorno Today - Peter Gordon addresses the philosopher’s relevance

Visit Our Art Exhibit: Remember Yugoslavia? Photos by Nobel Laureate Martin Karplus

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

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