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October 2014

  • Friday, October 24th The Referendum on Scottish Independence and After: The UK on the Path to Quasi-federalism?

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    Friday, October 24, 201412:00PM - 2:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    The referendum on Scottish independence has been a major event for the United Kingdom. Referendums on secession by a stateless nation in the developed world are rare enough; for one to happen in the UK, with its strong tradition of parliamentary government and representative rather than direct or plebiscitary democracy is more unusual yet. While the outcome of a No vote was widely expected, the campaign caused serious upheavals not just in Scottish politics but also at UK level.

    The upshot has been a set of commitments to further devolution in Scotland, which will also have knock-on effects for Wales and Northern Ireland. There are also UK Government commitments to address the ‘English problem’, through ‘English votes for English laws’ in Parliament. The UK has entered its own era of constitutional mega-politics, in a way it may not have intended or expected.

    This talk will look at how the referendum came to be called, the strategy of the campaigns and how those campaigns played out. It will then look at the emergent plans for further devolution and what those mean not only for Scotland but for the rest of the UK as well.

    Contact

    Edith Klein
    416-946-8962


    Speakers

    Alan Trench
    Alan Trench is one of the UK’s leading devolution experts. He was formerly Professor of Politics at the University of Ulster, and holds honorary appointments at the Constitution Unit at University College London and the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh, as well as acting as specialist adviser on constitutional matters to the House of Commons Welsh Affairs Committee. Combining a background as a lawyer and political scientist, he has written on a range of aspects of devolution including its constitutional structure, financial arrangements, and impact on public policy and administrative structures. He also has a strong interest in the comparative working of federal systems. Over the last two years, he has been heavily involved in the Institute for Public Policy Research’s ‘Devo More’ project, which has sought to establish a workable model for enhanced devolution for the UK as a whole. When he has time, he also writes the ‘Devolution Matters’ blog: http://devolutionmatters.wordpress.com/.



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  • Friday, October 24th La délimitation des frontières et l'invention des territoires coloniaux : l'exemple de l'Algérie **IN FRENCH**

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    Friday, October 24, 20143:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Series

    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    This event will be held in French.

    Dr. Blais teaches history at the University of Paris 10. She has written widely on French colonial geography and history, including her most recent book on mapping colonial Algeria: Mirages de la carte (Fayard, 2014).

    Her other publications include:

    Voyages au grand océan. Géographies du Pacifique et colonisation, 1815-1845, Paris, CTHS, 2005.

    Co-edited with Fl. Deprest and P. Singaravelou, Territoires impériaux. Une histoire spatiale du fait colonial, Paris, Presses de la Sorbonne, 2011.

    Co-edited with J.-M. Besse and I. Surun, Naissances de la géographie moderne (1760-1860). Lieux, pratiques et formation des savoirs de l’espace, Presses de l’ENS Lyon, 2010.

    Co-edited with Isabelle Laboulais, Géographies Plurielles. Les sciences géographiques au moment de l’émergence des sciences humaines (1750-1850), Paris, l’Harmattan, 2006.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Dr. Hélène Blais
    Département d’Histoire Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense



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  • Wednesday, October 29th The Holocaust in Hungary, 1941-1945

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    Wednesday, October 29, 20143:00PM - 5:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    Tamás Stark is a senior research fellow at the Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, Hungary.

    Stark graduated from Karl Marx University of Economics in Budapest in 1983 and received his Ph.D. from the Eötvös Lóránd University of Budapest in 1993. His specialization is forced population movement in East-Central Europe in the period of 1938-1956, with special regard to the history of the Holocaust, the fate of prisoners of war and civilian internees, and the post-war migrations.

    In 1995/1996 he was Pearl Resnick Post-doctoral Fellow at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. In the first half of 2014 he was Fulbright professor at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY.

    From 2000 to present, he has worked on many major publications of books, articles, and chapters, including Occupation in Europe Series (2008). His main publications include Hungary’s Human Losses in World War II (Uppsala, 1995), Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust and after the Second World War, 1939-1949: A Statistical Review (Boulder, CO, 2000), and Magyarok szovjet fogságban (Budapest, 2006) on the fate of the Hungarian prisoners of war under Soviet control.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Tamás Stark
    Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, Hungary



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  • Friday, October 31st Centennial Workshop on France and World War I

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    Friday, October 31, 20142:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    This event will be held in English.

    Moderator, Eric JENNINGS, University of Toronto

    Bruno CABANES (Ohio State University). “Sortir de la Grande Guerre”: New Perspectives on the Transition from War to Peace

    Nicolas OFFENSTADT (Université Paris I) “Memory and Memories of the French Veterans of the First World War in the Public Sphere, 1919-2014 : a global reappraisal”

    Richard FOGARTY (University at Albany, SUNY) “Empire, Race, and Religion in the Great War”

    Leonard SMITH (Oberlin College, USA) French Historiography of the Great War and the ‘Return to Experience’

    Olivier WIEVIORKA (ENS Cachan), “One Memory for Two World Wars?”

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698

    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for the Study of France and the Francophone World

    Commission du Centenaire (French Government)


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November 2014

  • Monday, November 3rd Warlords & Coalition Politics in the Post-Soviet Wars

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    Monday, November 3, 201412:00PM - 2:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Series

    Central Asia Lecture Series

    Description

    The breakup of the USSR was unexpected and unexpectedly peaceful. Though a third of the new states fell prey to violent civil conflict, anarchy on the post-Soviet periphery, when it occurred, was quickly cauterized. Driscoll argues that this outcome had very little to do with security guarantees by Russia or the United Nations and a great deal to do with local innovation by ruthless warlords, who competed and colluded in a high-risk coalition formation game. The research design for the forthcoming book, which shall serve as the basis for the talk, combines ethnography and game theory, quantitative and qualitative methods, and presents a revisionist account of the post-Soviet wars and their settlement. Most of the empirical material was gathered over many years of fieldwork in Georgia and Tajikistan, but speculative policy conclusions draw on recent observations from Ukraine.

    Jesse Driscoll holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Stanford University. He was an OCV fellow at Yale and a GAGE fellow at the University of Virginia, and most recently a member of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies from 2009-2013. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of California, San Diego. His work has been published in The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Research and Politics, and The Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, and his book is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press in the Comparative Politics series.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Prof. Jesse Driscoll
    University of California, San Diego



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  • Wednesday, November 12th Political Corruption in Ukraine: Before and After Maidan

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    Wednesday, November 12, 201412:00PM - 2:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Petro Jacyk Program seminar

    Description

    Oksana Huss (Petro Jacyk Visiting Young Scholar) is a PhD Candidate in Political Science at Institute for Development and Peace, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. The topic of her thesis is “Political Corruption in Competitive Authoritarian Regimes of post-Soviet Countries: The case of Ukraine.” Previously, she graduated in Political Science, Law and Anthropology from Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich (Mag.) and in International Relations from State University of Transkarpatia, Ukraine (M.A.). She has been awarded a scholarship from the Hanns-Seidel-Foundation. At CERES, Oksana Huss works on conceptual issues, connecting dynamics of political corruption in Ukraine to different regime trajectories.

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8497


    Speakers

    Oksana Huss
    Speaker
    Petro Jacyk Visiting Scholar

    Lucan Way
    Discussant
    Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto



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  • Thursday, November 20th Book launch: Rethinking Heritage Language Education

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    Thursday, November 20, 20143:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    Rethinking Heritage Language Education
    by
    Peter Pericles Trifonas, OISE – University of Toronto
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    Themistoklis Aravossitas, CERES – Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto

    This newly released book brings together emerging and established researchers in the field of Heritage Language Education to negotiate concepts and practices and to investigate the correlation between culture, language and identity from a pedagogic and socio-political point of view. The book addresses the multilingual context of education in different national and international settings, including issues of mainstreaming plurilingualism, identifying ideologies of pedagogical practice, mapping cultural and linguistic assets and empowering learners, teachers and communities. Rethinking Heritage Language Education re-examines the dimensions of traditional interpretations of language education in relation to the principles of equity, social justice, and linguistic rights in the new millennium.

    Peter Pericles Trifonas is a Professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. His areas of interest include ethics, philosophy of education, cultural studies, literacy and technology. Some of his books are: Revolutionary Pedagogies: Cultural Politics, Instituting Education, and the Discourse of Theory, The Ethics of Writing: Derrida, Deconstruction, and Pedagogy, Ethics, Institutions and The Right to Philosophy (with Jacques Derrida), Roland Barthes and the Empire of Signs, Umberto Eco and Football, Pedagogies of Difference, Deconstructing the Machine (with Jacques Derrida), International Handbook of Semiotics and Counter Texts: Reading Culture.

    Themistoklis Aravossitas teaches Modern Greek Language and Culture at the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs, andhe specializes in Heritage Language Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. His research investigates the role of community education in preserving linguistic and cultural diversity. His current research is entitled “The Hidden Schools: Mapping Greek Heritage Language Education in Canada”.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Themistoklis Aravossitas
    CERES - Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto

    Peter Pericles Trifonas
    OISE - University of Toronto

    Jim Cummins
    OISE - University of Toronto



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  • Friday, November 21st Socialist Legacy and Economic and Political Development in Bulgaria since 1989

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    Friday, November 21, 201410:00AM - 12:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    Georgy Ganev is a program director for economic research at the Centre for Liberal Strategies in Sofia and an assistant professor at Sofia University’s Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, where he teaches courses in introductory macroeconomics, money and banking, and new institutional economics. His interests are related to issues of macroeconomics, monetary theory and policy, political economy, transition, development and growth economics, new institutional economics, and social capital.


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  • Friday, November 21st Europe 25 years after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

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    Friday, November 21, 20142:00PM - 5:00PMThe Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, Munk School of Global Affairs - 1 Devonshire Place
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    Description

    The Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies together with the European Cultural Institutes in Canada are inviting eminent Czech, French, German, and Polish scholars to discuss (Eastern and Western) Europe’s hopes and expectations 25 years ago and compare them with European and global realities today.

    Panelists:

    Libor Žídek is an associate professor at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. His main field of interest is economic transformation from centrally planned to market economies in Central and Eastern Europe. He has published several articles on this topic, and his book about the transformation process in Central Europe is in print (CEU Press, Hungary). He has given lectures and courses about the topic in the UK, Germany, and Hungary and is invited to Poland and Macedonia.

    Frédéric Bozo is a professor in the Department of European Studies at the Sorbonne (University of Paris III). His research focuses have included the end of the Cold War and German reunification.

    Jörn Mothes was born 1962 in Stralsund. He is a German theologian and an East German civil rights activist. He was actively involved in the dissolution of the East German State Security secret police. Mothes helped establish the Stasi Archives in the new province of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, where he was State Commissionerfrom 1998-2008. Today he is the head of division in the Ministry of Education in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

    Adam Reichardt is the editor-in-chief of New Eastern Europe, a bimonthly magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European affairs. He previously spent eight years in public policy in Washington DC, as well as a large portion of his studies in Kraków, Poland, where he now permanently resides.


    Speakers

    Prof. Libor Žídek
    Panelist
    Masaryk University

    Prof. Frédéric Bozo
    Panelist
    Sorbonne (University of Paris III, Department of European Studies)

    Jörn Mothes
    Panelist
    Former commissioner for Stasi (East German secret police) records in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

    Adam Reichardt
    Speaker
    Editor-in-Chief of New Eastern Europe



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  • Friday, November 28th Reflections on the 1 per cent: Ruling Class Failure in Old Regime France

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    Friday, November 28, 20143:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Svitlana Frunchak
    416-946-8945


    Speakers

    Jonathan Dewald
    Departement d'Histoire State University of New York at Buffalo


    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre d'Etudes de la France et du Monde Francophone

    York University


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January 2015

  • Monday, January 19th In the Shadow of the Shtetl: Small-Town Jewish Life in Soviet Ukraine

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    Monday, January 19, 20154:00PM - 6:00PMJackman Humanities Building
    Room 100
    170 St. George Street
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    Description

    Based on videotaped oral histories conducted with Jews living in small-towns throughout Ukraine, this multimedia presentation discusses Jewish life and death under Communism and Nazism.

    Location: Jackman Humanities Building, Room 100, 170 St. George Street

    Co-sponsors: the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, and the Centre for Jewish Studies

    This event is free and open to the public. No registration required. Please arrive early as seating is limited.

    Contact

    Emily Springgay
    (416) 978-1624


    Speakers

    Jeffrey Veidlinger
    University of Michigan



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  • Friday, January 30th Professionalizing Perfume in Eighteenth-Century Paris

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    Friday, January 30, 20154:00PM - 6:00PM208N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Kirsten James
    Doctorante en Histoire Universite de Toronto


    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre d'Etudes de la France et du Monde Francophone

    York University


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March 2015

  • Friday, March 6th Ethnology and Resistance in Vichy France: A Genealogy

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    Friday, March 6, 20153:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Alice L. Conklin
    Departement d'Histoire Ohio State University


    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre d'Etudes de la France et du Monde Francophone

    York University


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  • Friday, March 27th The Lip Affair in the Long 1968

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    Friday, March 27, 20154:00PM - 6:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Donald M. Reid
    Departement d'Histoire University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill


    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre d'Etudes de la France et du Monde Francophone

    York University


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April 2015

  • Wednesday, April 1st Les occupations et les liens entre les deux guerres mondiales

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    Wednesday, April 1, 20153:00PM - 5:00PM108N, North House, Munk School of Global Affairs
    1 Devonshire Place
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    Seminaire conjoint d'histoire de la France / Joint French History Seminar

    Description

    Information is not yet available.

    Contact

    Joseph Hawker
    416-946-8698


    Speakers

    Annette Becker
    Departement d'Histoire Universite Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense


    Main Sponsor

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre d'Etudes de la France et du Monde Francophone

    York University


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