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Meet Our Graduates

February 17, 2021

Frederik Hayward, CERES MA, Class of 2020 Born in Germany and moving to Canada at a young age, Frederik has always been interested in cultural exchange and analysis with a transatlantic lens. After completing his BA in Contemporary Studies and Philosophy at...

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CERES CIRCLES BACK

February 17, 2021

We are thrilled to announce the new CERES podcast: CERES Circles Back. Three of our master’s students host episodes on all things CERES-related, with a focus on the student experience. Tune into CCB episodes to hear students and alumni discuss...

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A Q&A WITH EDWARD SCHATZ

February 4, 2021

CERES Acting Director Prof. Edward Schatz discusses his new book, Slow Anti-Americanism: Social Movements and Symbolic Politics in Central Asia in this Q&A with the Munk School.

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“HEGEMONY FROM A DISTANCE”: ED SCHATZ DISCUSSES HIS NEW BOOK ON US INFLUENCE IN Central Asia

January 19, 2021

Acting Director Prof. Ed Schatz has a conversation with The Diplomat about his new book, Slow Anti-Americanism, and why American influence in Central Asia still matters, even despite a decline in US power.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: CERES GRADUATE STUDENT SUMMIT 2021

January 13, 2021

This year’s conference, reimagined as the CERES Graduate Student Summit, will address the theme, “Crisis and Response.”

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OPEN HOUSE: MA APPLICANTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2021

January 12, 2021

Find out more about our two-year MA in Russian & European Affairs in a live video chat this Friday.

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ED SCHATZ IN NATIONAL POST: YELTSIN’S LESSONS FOR THE US

January 10, 2021

CERES Acting Director Prof. Ed Schatz writes in the National Post about what Boris Yeltsin’s 1993 attack on the Russian parliament can teach us about democracy in the United States.

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JESSICA BUSH ON RESEARCH, CRITICISM, AND WHAT REALLY MATTERS

November 3, 2020

Soon-to-be CERES graduate Jessica Bush discusses winning the Janet Hyer Essay Prize, dealing with criticism, and her path forward.

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WHAT WOULD HAVEL SAY?

November 2, 2020

Dr. Petr Buriánek, long-time adviser to Václav Havel and current Czech Consul General in Toronto, discusses the late president’s thoughts on civil society and democratic stability with Prof. Barbara Falk. This Friday at 10 am.

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Apply now for the MA in European & Russian Affairs

November 1, 2020

Application and funding deadline: 1 February 2021

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