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“The Brexit Shock” Panel Discussion

Nelson Mandela Auditorium, Fedex Global Center 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Join CES Director John D. Stephens and UNC Professors Lisbet Hooghe, Gary Marks, Konrad Jarausch for a panel discussion on the United Kingdom's EU referendum and its aftermath. The event will take place in the Nelson Mandela Auditorium in the UNC … Continued

“Recasting Germany: Politics and Policy After Unification”

FedEx Global Center #3009 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

This lecture will be given by Professors Christiane Lemke and Helga Welsh. Directly following the event will be the Fall EURO Major and TAM Ice Cream Social. Please check back for more information coming soon. This event is part of the … Continued

“The Diversity Bargain and Other Dilemmas of Race, Admissions, and Meritocracy at Elite Universities”

FedEx Global Center #4003 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Dr. Natasha Warikoo will talk about her new book, The Diversity Bargain and Other Dilemmas of Race, Admissions, and Meritocracy at Elite Universities. Scheduled for publishing in October, The Diversity Bargain centers on debates around race relations and meritocracy (i.e. affirmative … Continued

“Corruption and the Erosion of Democracy in Southeastern Europe”

FedEx Global Center #4003 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

Marko Klasnja, Dane Taleski, and Kiran Auerbach will be part of a roundtable discussion with Milada Vachudova. This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall Friday Lecture Series. Kiran Auerbach is a PhD candidate in political science at UNC-Chapel … Continued

“Repayment as Repentance? The Price of Human Rights Abuses”

FedEx Global Center #3009 301 Pittsboro St, Chapel Hill

This event is part of the CES 2016 Fall Friday Lecture Series. Jessie Hronesova is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of Oxford. She specializes in post-war institutional designs, ethnic and national identities, transitional justice, and democratization in … Continued