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2013-14 Speakers

2013-14 SPEAKERS

  • Stefano Sacchi (Collegio Carlo Albero) - Friday, May 2 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. The New Italy Speaker Series. 'Italy's Labor Policy and Policy Making During the Crisis'

  • Paolo Silvestri (University of Turin) - Friday, April 25 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. The New Italy Speaker Series. 'The Humane Foundation of the Italian Polity: Is Hope Possible Here? 

  • Stefano Gasparri (ILR, Cornell University) - Friday, April 18 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. The New Italy Speaker Series. 'The Strange Case of Collective Bargaining in Shopping Malls'

  • Sameer Farooq (Director) - Friday, March 14 at 7:30pm, Schwartz Center for Performing Arts. Film Screening: 'The Silk Road to Pop'

  • Kateryna Pishchikova (CIES Visiting Scholar) - Friday, February 28 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. 'Ukraine's European Future'

  • F. Jamil Ragep (McGill University) - November 21 at 4:30pm in G22 Goldwin Smith Hall. Medieval Cosmologies Speaker Series. 'The Astronomical Genre of Hay'a: Cosmology without Philosophy

  • Eric Ramirez-Weaver (University of Virginia) - Thursday, November 7 at 4:30pm in G22 Goldwin Smith Hall. Medieval Cosmologies Speaker Series. 'Constellations of Influence in Prague: the Astronomical Anthology for Wenceslas IV'

  • Henry Hale (Political Science and International Affairs, George Washington University ) - Friday, November 1 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. Russia Under Putin Speaker Series: 'Who Defects? Defection Cascades from a Ruling Party and the Case of United Russia 2008-12'

  • Kathryn Stoner (Ford Dorsey Program in International Policy Studies, Stanford University) - Friday, October 25 at 3pm, 153 Uris Hall. Russia Under Putin Speaker Series: 'How to Undermine Democracy and Development: Vladimir Putin and the Decline of Russia'

  • Zoltan Barany (University of Texas, Austin) - Thursday, October 17 at 12:15pm, G08 Uris Hall. 'How Armies Respond to Uprisings: Anticipating Revolutionary Outcomes'

  • Alexander Jones (New York University) -Thursday, September 12 at 4:30pm in G22 Goldwin Smith Hall. Medieval Cosmologies Speaker Series. 'Tracking Time for Science and Civil Life in the Greco-Roman World'
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