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Cassandra Hartblay Discusses Disability Rights in Russia

November 19, 2018

Dr. Cassandra Hartblay, an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Health Humanities at the University of Toronto, sat down with Dr. Robert Austin and a group of CERES students to discuss her work, “Complicating Disability Rights in Russia.”  Dr. Hartblay explained...

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Deal or No Deal? Ian Cooper Discusses Brexit with CERES Students

October 23, 2018

On 16 October, CERES hosted Dr. Ian Cooper from the Brexit Institute at Dublin City University. His lecture focused on the complex nature of preparing for and implementing the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union after the June 2016...

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CERES MA STUDENT Athanasios Kipouros ON GEORGIAN EDUCATION

July 23, 2018

CERES MA student Athanasios Kipouros, who is currently an International Fellow at CRRC-Georgia, writes on the erosion of trust in Georgia’s education system. The full article can be read here.

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FRANCISCO BELTRAN DISCUSSES EU MIGRATION ON CBC

June 28, 2018

CERES lecturer Dr. Francisco Beltran appeared on CBC News to discuss migration in the European and the upcoming summit with EU leaders. Full video is available via CBC News.

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Francisco Beltran discusses EU Migration Summit on CBC

June 28, 2018

CERES lecturer Dr. Francisco Beltran appeared on CBC News to discuss migration in the European Union and the upcoming summit of EU leaders. Full video is available via CBC News.

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CERES Professor Lynne Viola wins prestigious Molson Prize

June 27, 2018

by Alexa Zulak, via U of T News University Professor Lynne Viola of the Faculty of Arts & Science’s department of history has been named one of two recipients of the Canada Council for the Arts’ prestigious Thomas Henry Pentland Molson Prize....

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CERES MEETS: IULIA DOFIN

April 25, 2018

CERES MEETS: IULIA DOFIN, MA 2015 What was your interest in studying at CERES? How did your interests develop while you were a student here? My academic research interests began with a general focus on European politics, minority rights, migration, and the history of ethnic...

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Spyridon Kotsovilis Receives 2018 Superior Teaching Award

April 25, 2018

Spyridon Kotsovilis has received a 2018 Superior Teaching Award from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts and Science. Dr. Kotsovilis teaches “Issues in Contemporary Greece” as part of the CERES Hellenic Studies Initiative. The award, presented by Dean David...

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BULGARIAN SECURITY EXPERT MOMCHIL METODIEV VISITS CERES

April 23, 2018

By Yukon Damov, CERES MA candidate April 22, 2018 Just two weeks after an international scandal broke involving the communist-era collaboration of a prominent French-Bulgarian thinker, a leading Bulgarian expert on state security, Dr. Momchil Metodiev, made a timely visit...

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CERES STUDENTS VISIT BUDAPEST

January 26, 2018

by Farah Rasmi, CERES MA Candidate, Class of 2019 Professor Robert Austin selected a group of six M.A. students for a unique and enriching experience to conduct research in Budapest, Hungary. The group included Athanasios Kipouros, Anna Herran, Olivia Klasios,...

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