september 2018

21sep6:00 pm- 9:00 pmExile, Statelessness, and Migration: Playing Chess with History from Hannah Arendt to Isaiah Berlin

24sep12:15 pm- 2:00 pmWanted! Crime, Punishment, And The State in Habsburg Central Europe, C. 1750-1820

24sep1:00 pm- 2:00 pmCan the EU be True to its Values?

24sep6:15 pm- 9:00 pmCrashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World

25sep1:00 pm- 2:00 pmTen Years On: Reflections on the Economic and Political Legacy of the Financial Crisis for Europe

october 2018

1oct12:00 pm- 1:30 pmBrothers Apart: Palestinian Citizens of Israel & the Arab World

4oct - 5oct 45:30 pmoct 5Confronting The Nazis: Reflections on the Forms and Dilemmas of Resistance

10oct6:00 pm- 7:30 pmLes Historiennes - Marriage and Slavery in the Early Portuguese Atlantic World

11oct6:00 pm- 7:30 pmLes Historiennes - Biography and the Social Sciences: the Case of Claude Levi-Strauss

17oct6:15 pm- 8:00 pmRestating Orientalism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge

19oct9:00 am- 3:30 pmMaking Art, Making Meaning in 15th-Century Flanders

24oct6:15 pm- 8:00 pm3/13: Indivisible: Political Revolution

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Eric Foner was quoted in The Atlantic: “Florida Felons Want Their Voting Rights Restored.”

Adam Tooze’s new book Crashed was reviewed in The New Yorker: “The Real Cost of the 2008 Financial Crash.” @adam_tooze

Adam Tooze was quoted in Los Angeles Times: “What we learned from the financial crisis — and what we’ve already forgotten.” @adam_tooze @latimes

Adam Tooze was featured on Reuters Breakingviews: “The Exchange: From slump to Trump.” @adam_tooze

Adam Tooze was quoted in Axios: “The world isn’t ready for the next financial crisis.” @adam_tooze

Mark Lilla was quoted in The Economist: “The dangers of illiberal liberalism.”

Adam Tooze was on MSNBC: “2008 financial crisis: ‘A shift in the balance of power.” @adam_tooze