Elsewhere at Harvard

2016 Dec 01

CES: Flawed by Design? Authoritarian Legacies under Democracy

4:15pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Adolphus Busch Hall, Hoffmann Room, 27 Kirkland Street, Cambridge

 

** Please note: Those planning to attend events in this series should read the paper that will be posted on the CES website before the seminar.**

Speaker:

Michael Albertus

Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago

Discussant:

 

Daniel Ziblatt

Professor...

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2017 Feb 27

WIGH Seminar: Cahora Bassa: "Global Development? Competing Visions of North-South relations in the 20th Century: The Case of European Development Aid" | Sara Lorenzini

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA

 

Sara Lorenzini, WIGH Fellow; Associate Professor of International History, University of Trento, Italy

Commentator: David Ekbladh, Associate Professor of History, Tufts University

Graduate Student Commentator: Jacob Anbinder, PhD Candidate in History, Harvard...

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2016 Nov 30

CES: Schumpeter as Play-Doh: Herbert Giersch and the Intellectual Origins of the Competition State

12:15pm to 1:45pm

Location: 

Adolphus Busch Hall, Hoffmann Room, 27 Kirkland Street, Cambridge

Dieter Plehwe

Senior Research Fellow, Inequality and Social Policy Research Unit, Berlin Social Science Center (WZB); WZB Fellow, CES, Harvard University; Visiting Scholar, CES, Harvard University

Visiting Scholars Seminar: New Research on Europe

Germany’s coordinated variety of capitalism is not often considered the homeland of neoliberal globalism. It is rather the United States (often in tandem with the United Kingdom) that scholars see as the standard-bearer of post-Cold War march of the global free...

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2016 Nov 21

Massachusetts Historical Society: A Most Peculiar Institution: Slavery, Jim Crow, and the American University Today

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Location: 

1154 Boylston Street , Boston

There will be a pre-talk reception at 5:30pm.

 

Tickets - www.masshist.org/calendar/event?event=1976

 

Jonathan Holloway, Yale and Adriane Lentz-Smith, Duke

Adriane Lentz-Smith, Duke University Dept. of...

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2016 Nov 29

CES: " Shaping Authors' Work into a Commodity : Practices in Germany versus Britain, 1740-1830"

4:15pm

Location: 

CES Hoffman Room, 27 Kirkland Street, Cambridge

 

Richard Biernacki

Richard Biernacki 's research focuses on the historical invention of key forms of cultural practice in Europe, including the categories of labor as a commodity, ethnic identity, and property in ideas. His  masterly The Fabrication of Labor: Germany and Britain -1640- 1914, (University of California, 1995) has been instrumental in redefining cultural and social research on  economic institutions. Rick Biernacki has  also been a leading academic advocate of...

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2016 Nov 22

Divinity School: Screening of We Still Live Here: Âs Nutayuneân

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

Braun Room, Andover Hall, 45 Francis Ave. Cambridge
...

Every Thanksgiving, millions of Americans celebrate the friendship between the Pilgrims and "the Indians," but few know that these Indians, the Wampanoag, still live on their native homelands in Southern Massachusetts where an astonishing cultural revival is taking place.

Bring your lunch! Drinks & desserts provided! Sponsored by Natasha DuMerville, HDS Diversity & Inclusion Fellow

HDS Diversity and Inclusion Fellow Natasha DuMerville

Contact: ndumerville@hds.harvard.edu 

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