News & Announcements
Art Goldhammer, CES Local Affiliate, comments on the COVID rescue plans put forth by European leaders.
On the centenary of Max Weber’s death, Peter E. Gordon, CES Resident Faculty, reflects on the German sociologist's legacy and significance with a review of his newly translated vocation lectures published in “Charisma and Disenchantment: The Vocation Lectures” by The New York Review of Books https://bit.ly/2ZEGz6z
Bart Bonikowski, CES Resident Faculty, comments that trends toward greater polarization of nationalism are likely to persist.
Anna Grzymała-Busse, CES Senior Fellow, gives an analysis of Poland's political crisis over the presidential elections.
The fight against COVID-19 has been equated to a war by some political leaders. Charles Maier, Leverett Saltonstall Research Professor of History at Harvard University and CES Resident Faculty, and Ian Kumekawa, Ph.D. Candidate in History at Harvard University and a CES Graduate Student Affiliate, weighed in on the argument.
CES Director, Grzegorz Ekiert discussing the end of the Polish democracy and if it’s possible to get it back in a conversation about boycotting the upcoming presidential elections and the government distorting democracy.
Pablo Rasmussen, CES EHPS Concentrator and Harvard College Senior, examine's the EU's role in the crisis on the 25th anniversary of the Schengen Agreement.