"We are all existentialists now, knowing only that we must try to carry on," says Arthur Goldhammer.
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CES Local Affiliate, shares a perspective on inequality and the uneven impact of the pandemic across the U.S.
CES Resident Faculty, Peter Hall and Bart Bonikowski, provide insights into the creation of a new working class and how the outbreak can lead to a rise in populism.
As the coronavirus brings out the best and worst in countries in Southeast Europe, the democratic health of the region is at stake, says CES Visiting Scholar Albana Shehaj.
Harvard will begin transitioning to virtual instruction for graduate and undergraduate classes. Our goal is to have this transition complete by Monday, March 23, the first day of scheduled classes following Spring Recess.
Thomas Piketty takes a long look at global history and ways to redistribute wealth ahead of his address to open the Stanley Hoffmann Lecture on France and the World on March 6, 2020. The event will be livestreamed starting at 5:00pm.
William Barr thinks China is stealing American technology. Can the U.S. halt the exchange of knowledge?
Some U.S. government moves to halt China’s technology theft could cause significant brain drain and hurt the scientific community, argue Peter A. Hall & Yeling Tan.
The new mayor of Athens, Kostas Bakoyannis, M.P.A. ’04, wants to rebuild the capital from the ground up. He spoke to CES Executive Director Elaine Papoulias about his plans and challenges.
In this article, Peter E. Gordon assesses what it means when scholars entertain analogies between different events, and how it is possible to compare events that occurred in widely different circumstances?