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Europe

Sara Feldman
Europe

Sara Feldman

Dr. Sara Feldman teaches language courses as well as a Yiddish cinema class.

Harvard Kennedy School
Politics

François Hollande Calls for a 'New Europe' at the Harvard Kennedy School’s European Conference

Former President of France François Hollande delivered the closing remarks for the 2019 European Conference which took place at Harvard Kennedy School this weekend, calling for the creation of a “new Europe.”

The European Union Global Strategy and Its Implications in Tax Policy
Europe

The European Union Global Strategy and Its Implications in Tax Policy

Stephen E. Shay, Senior Lecturer at Harvard Law School speaks about the future of tax policy during a panel at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies on Wednesday.

Georgios Kaminis
Politics

Mayor of Athens Urges Support for European Union

“I strongly believe in the European project and I want my country to be part of Europe," the mayor of Athens said.

Georgios Kaminis
On Campus

Georgios Kaminis

Georgios Kaminis, the current mayor of Athens, speaks at the Future of the Left Symposium at the Center for European Studies Wednesday afternoon. Among other things, Kaminis discussed the future of liberal politics in the face of rising right wing populism.

Religion

Harvard Students To Visit Vatican, Meet Pope

Over spring break, about 20 Harvard students will travel to Vatican City to hopefully meet Pope Francis.

Sounds of the Russian "Silver Age"
Music

Sounds of the Russian "Silver Age"

Mikhail Bondarev and Ekaterina Belisova, two members of St. Petersburg’s Rimsky-Korsakov String Quartet, play during a group performance at the Harvard Ed Portal on Wednesday night.

Center for European Studies
College

European Secondary Frustrates Advocates for Ethnic Studies

Some student leaders who have sought greater ethnic representation in Harvard’s academic offerings said they found the new European Studies secondary disheartening.

Italian Ideology
Museums

Amidst Terrorism, Italian Leader Calls for Investing in Education

Prime Minister of Italy Matteo Renzi called for greater investments in culture and education, in addition to national security, to stabilize current political and economic unrest in Europe on Thursday.

Italian Ideology
On Campus

Italian Ideology

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi speaks to a packed auditorium at the Harvard Art Museums Thursday morning. Mr. Renzi highlighted the importance of valuing individuals as unique citizens instead of mere numbers in light of recent terror attacks in Europe.

Europe

Welcome, Nomads

The work I was doing is easy to put into do-gooder buzzwords: access, public health, marginalization, human rights, etc., etc. It’s the sort of work that Harvard likes to fund.

"The Big Green Tent."
Books

"The Big Green Tent."

Books

Ulitskaya’s ‘The Big Green Tent’ Capacious and Compelling

"The Big Green Tent" is not a book one may quickly breeze through, but Ulitskaya’s epic will reward patience, a love of literature, and an eye for detail with a brutally stark portrait of her homeland’s darkest years.

"War, So Much War"
Books

"War, So Much War"

Books

'War, So Much War' a Catalan Master Novelist's Grown-Up Fairy Tale

In her novel "War, so much War," the late Catalan writer Mercè Rodoreda successfully weaves an intricate allegorical examination of evil, both beautiful and disturbing, without the simplistic moralizing of many fairy tales.

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