How Harvard History Professor Maya Jasanoff has pursued the humanities—and how you can, too
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CES is pleased to announce that George Soroka (Ph.D. ’14) is the new editor of the Open Forum Working Paper Series.
Capturing the exotic creatures that grace Harvard’s buildings, gates, and shields
At Harvard and elsewhere, philhellenes celebrate Greek independence.
An interview with Peter Gordon about his new book Migrants in the Profane (Yale University Press, 2020).
A review of the biography of Guido Goldman "Amerikas Mr. Germany" by Martin Klingst.
The seminar — titled “Populism After Trump” — featured Johns Hopkins University Senior Fellow of International Affairs Anne Applebaum and Harvard Government professors Steven R. Levitsky and Daniel F. Ziblatt. Government professor Grzegorz Ekiert, the director of CES, moderated the event, which drew more than 400 attendees.
What drives recent changes in the landscape of foreign direct investments (FDI) in Western Balkan states and what are the socioeconomic implications of such changes? The emerging economies of the Western Balkan countries (WB6) of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Montenegro, North Macedonia (NM), Kosovo, and Serbia have much to benefit from foreign direct investment (FDI).
A discussion of populism in the USA and in Europe, how former US president Donald Trump gained the respect from white working class voters and why academics should do more to engage in political and public debates.
The most important book of the Trump era was not Bob Woodward’s “Fear” or Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury” or any of the other bestselling exposes of the White House circus. Arguably it was a wonkish tome by two Harvard political scientists, Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt, published a year into Donald Trump’s presidency and entitled “How Democracies Die”.