Please join us for a talk with Sarah Wilson Sokhey, Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Colorado, about her book The Political Economy of Pension Policy Reversal in Post-Communist Countries (Cambridge University Press, 2017).
Please join the East Central European Center, the Polish Cultural Institute, and the Harriman Institute for a reading and discussion with Polish author Olga Tokarczuk, winner of the Man Booker International Prize, as part of her multi-city book tour with translator Jennifer Croft.
Please join the East Central European Center and the Harriman Institute for a talk with Dr. Stephan Sander-Faes, István Deák Visiting Professor at the Harriman Institute.
Please join the Harriman Institute, the East Central European Center and the European Institute for a talk with Laszlo Bruszt, Professor of Sociology at Central European University, Budapest.
Please join Harriman Institute and the Njegoš Endowment for Serbian Language and Culture at Columbia University's East Central European Center for a talk with Zoran Milutinović (University College London).
Please join the Harriman Institute and the East Central European Center for a talk with Natalia Aleksiun, Associate Professor of Modern Jewish History at Touro College, Graudate School of Jewish Studies. Seeking to explain the survival of her children and grandchildren, Esther Stermer of Borszczów declared in her memoir: “Our family in particular would not let the Germans have their way easily. We had vigor, ingenuity, and determination to survive. Above all our family would stand together. When one of us was in danger, the others could not cower to escape.
Please join us for a talk with Pavle Levi (Stanford University) about his book Jolted Images: Unbound Analytic (Amsterdam University Press, 2017). The event, sponsored by the Njegos Endowment for Serbian Language and Culture at Columbia University and the Harriman Institute, will be moderated by Aleksandar Bošković and will feature a response by Noam Elcott.
Please join the Harriman Institute and the East Central European Center for a talk with Miriam Schulz (Department of Yiddish Studies, Columbia University) about her German-language book Before The Bow That Was Drawn: The Vilnius Komitet and its documentation of the destruction of Polish Jewry, 1939–1940/41 (Metropol, 2016).
Please join us for a reading with Polish poet, essayist, and critic Tadeusz Dąbrowski as part of his U.S. reading tour for the English translation of his poetry volume POSTS (Zephyr Press, 2017). This event is co-sponsored by the Harriman Institute, the East Central European Center, the Polish Cultural Institute, Zephyr Press, and the City of Gdańsk.