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Rachel Glowinsky, CERES MA candidate 2019, presents her paper

Rachel Glowinsky receives The Best Paper award

June 19, 2019

Rachel Glowinsky (CERES MA Candidate 2019) received “Best Paper” award at the E3 Graduate Conference hosted jointly by the Conference of Defense Associations Institute (CDA) and the Balsillie School of International Affairs, University of Waterloo on May 7, 2019. Her...

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LYNNE VIOLA AWARDED 2019 KILLAM PRIZE

April 26, 2019

CERES faculty member Prof. Lynne Viola has been awarded a 2019 Killam Prize for her unparalleled work on the Soviet Union under Stalin. Read more at U of T News.

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Syria’s White Helmets speak at Munk

April 11, 2019

Members of the Syrian Civil Defense – also known as the White Helmets – made their first public appearance in Canada at the Global Migration Lab, part of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. Read the full...

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“A New World Was Born”: TWO CERES STUDENTS’ TAKE ON BUDAPEST’S NEW MUSEUM

February 11, 2019

“For the average person all problems date to World War II; for the more informed, to World War I.” Budapest’s newest World War I exhibit dispenses pamphlets bearing these words, intended for visitors to take home as souvenirs. Indeed, the...

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In Memoriam: Prof. Scott Eddie

January 30, 2019

by Prof. Robert Johnson, Professor Emeritus, former director of CERES Scott Eddie and I arrived at the University of Toronto in the same year, 1971. Both of us were cross-appointed to what was then Erindale College, later re-christened as the...

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JAMES RETALLACK WINS HANS ROSENBERG BOOK PRIZE

January 29, 2019

CERES faculty member Prof. James Retallack has been awarded the Central European History Society’s Hans Rosenberg Book Prize for his 2017 book, Red Saxony: Election Battles and the Spectre of Democracy in Germany, 1860-1918. Read more at U of T News.  ...

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RANDALL HANSEN ON TVO: BRACING FOR BREXIT

January 21, 2019

Randall Hansen appeared on The Agenda on TVO to discuss the fallout in the wake of U.K. Parliament’s overwhelming rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Watch the video here.

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LUCAN WAY: AUTOCRATS AND DEMOCRACY

January 11, 2019

CERES Prof. Lucan Ahmad Way and Prof. Steven Levitsky have published a piece, “How Autocrats Can Rig the Game and Damage Democracy,” in the Washington Post. Read the full article here.

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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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