Since the enlargements of 2004 and 2007, the process of European integration has brought about major changes for the citizens of Central and Eastern Europe. Facing a process of rebordering, some of them may seem stuck behind a new "Iron Curtain". Indeed, citizens from non-EU countries encounter new obstacles to travel into EU countries that were previously easily accessible. This situation is the starting point of a postdoctoral research, which will be presented, on border identities of the Romanian populations located on the "wrong" side of the border
Part one: "The Racija"; the Danube, Novi Sad, January 1942
Part two: "They Were Children"; Vel d'Hiv, Paris, July 1942
The Crisis of Democracy in Europe
Friday, 01 March 2013, 2:00pm–5:00pm
Room 1512 IAB
Please join the Harriman Institute and East Central European Center for a roundtable discussion.
Sheri Berman, Professor of Political Science, Barnard College;
Sylvana Habdank-Kołaczkowska, Project Director and Editor of Nations in Transit, Freedom House;
Jessica Pisano, Associate Professor of Politics, New School for Social Research;
The U.S. Election: A Hungarian Perspective
Co-sponsored by Harriman and East Central European Center
The Center on Global Economic Governance and the Program in Economic Policy Management invite you to a discussion on,
The Impact of the European Crisis on Latin America and East-Central Europe
Wednesday, November 7, 2012, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Columbia University, International Affairs Building, Room 1501
This discussion will focus on the impact of the European crisis on the economies of Latin America and East-Central Europe: How has it affected particular economies, and why have some emerged stronger than others?