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October 2014

Wednesday October 01
DAAD Fellowships & Awards Information Session
Thursday October 02
Apartment Stories: Communist Construction and Daily Life during the Khrushchev Years
Thursday October 02
Bomber Command and Canada: Law's Silence
Thursday October 02
The Persistence of Cold War Regime: The discourse “chongbuk chwap’a” in South Korea
Thursday October 02
Book Launch: "Thirteen Days in September: Carter, Begin, and Sadat at Camp David” by Lawrence Wright
Friday October 03
World War I and Literary History: A Centenary Symposium
Friday October 03
The Implications of Urbanization and Climate Change in Urbanizing Cities in the Lower Mekong Region
Friday October 03
Beatings, Beacons and Big Men: Police Disempowerment and De-legitimation in India
Monday October 06
Envisioning Détente: The Johnson Administration and the October 1964 Khrushchev Ouster
Tuesday October 07
Style and Substance: Reflections on Canadian Diplomacy
Wednesday October 08
Technological Change in Cities and Regions – An Evolutionary Analysis of Knowledge Spaces and Technology Trajectories
Registration Full
Thursday October 09
Anne Applebaum: Why Stalin Feared Ukraine and Why Putin Fears It Today
Thursday October 09
Workshop on Media Industries
Thursday October 09
Orienting Hollywood: Producing “India” as Location
Relocated
Friday October 10
From "Den of Iniquity" to "the Internet's Favourite Cyberpunk Slum": The Kowloon Walled City 20 Years On
Tuesday October 14
Working with the Grain: Integrating Governance and Growth in Development Strategies: Seminar and Book Launch with Brian Levy
Tuesday October 14
Making Bad States Behave a Little Better? Introducing the Idea and Practice of Internal Conditionality
Wednesday October 15
Canada and the Arctic Council: Terry Fenge
Wednesday October 15
CPHS Seminar
Thursday October 16
Placing the Dead in Times of Solitarization in Japan
Friday October 17
The Political Movement that Dared not Speak its own Name: The Neoliberal Thought Collective Under Erasure
Friday October 17
Workshop: The History of the Social Sciences: Recent Past, Digital Futures
Friday October 17
R2P & Canadian Foreign Policy Roundtable Discussion
Friday October 17
The Donkey Wars: Authority, Satire, and Political Imagination in the Caucasus
Tuesday October 21
Repelling ‘Muscovite Tentacles’: The Trieste Crisis of May 1945, Anglo- American Relations, and the Coming of the Cold War
Friday October 24
The Afterlives of the Korean War Symposium: Performance of, "ARA Gut of Jeju" by Dohee Lee and SKIM
Friday October 24
The Afterlives of the Korean War Symposium: Panel Discussion, “On Unfinished Wars and the Politics of the Past”
Saturday October 25
The Afterlives of the Korean War Symposium: Screening of Jiseul Directed by O Muel
Saturday October 25
The Afterlives of the Korean War Symposium: Keynote Address, "Truth and Reconciliation in Korea"
Saturday October 25
Munk School Open House
Monday October 27
Follies and Fiascos: Why Does U.S. Foreign Policy Keep Failing?
Monday October 27
By Land or By Sea? Double Agents, Military Deception, and the Allied Capture of Rome, May-June 1944
Tuesday October 28
Screening of Vincent Who? with Director Curtis Chin
Tuesday October 28
Stephen M. Walt Graduate Seminar
Registration Closed
Wednesday October 29
The Holocaust in Hungary, 1941-1945
Thursday October 30
The United States and Israel in a Rapidly Changing Middle East
Thursday October 30
Roop Lal Jain Lecture with Eva de Clercq
Friday October 31
Centennial Workshop on France and World War I

November 2014

Tuesday November 04
The South Asian Monsoon: A History for the Anthropocene
Wednesday November 05
Scientist Entrepreneurship
Wednesday November 05
CPHS Seminar
Thursday November 06
Three Worlds of Relief
Thursday November 06
Learning (South) Korea: A Thought on Risk Society, Violence and Mourning (Over the Sewol Ferry Disaster)
Friday November 07
Haja Story: Youth, Learning, and Survival Politics in East Asia
Tuesday November 11
Legal Orientalism
Wednesday November 12
CPHS Seminar
Wednesday November 19
The Territory of Loss
Thursday November 20
The Piggies and the Market: Hollywood’s Global Accounting
Thursday November 20
Book launch: Rethinking Heritage Language Education
Tuesday November 25
Income and Longevity: Evidence from pension incomes of Confederate Veterans
Wednesday November 26
CPHS seminar
Friday November 28
CCR2P Year-End Board Meeting
Friday November 28
Non-Alignment and Afro-Asianism: The Difficult History of Two Sibling Movements

December 2014

Monday December 01
Hopes, Fears, and the Impact of the New Centers of Islamic Theology at German Universities

January 2015

Wednesday January 14
CPHS Seminar
Monday January 19
In the Shadow of the Shtetl: Small-Town Jewish Life in Soviet Ukraine
Wednesday January 21
CHPS Seminar
Tuesday January 27
Playing as Living: Goldiggers and Con Artists As Vital Theatrical Subjects in Modern American Literature
Thursday January 29
Sola Scriptura?: Book History and Religious Authority in the United States
Thursday January 29 - Friday January 30
8th Annual Ethnic and Pluralism Studies Graduate Research Conference

February 2015

Wednesday February 11
CPHS Seminar
Wednesday February 18
CPHS Seminar
Tuesday February 24
Job shortages, Care shortages: The U.S. nursing workforce and the crisis of American health care
Friday February 27
Balancing Opportunity and Risk: How Multinationals are Viewing China

March 2015

Wednesday March 04
CPHS Seminar
Tuesday March 24
Envisioning Détente: The Johnson Administration and the October 1964 Khrushchev Ouster

April 2015

Wednesday April 01
CPHS Seminar
Tuesday April 14
Invisible Fences and the Aesthetics of Austerity in Thoreau’s "Walden" (1854)
Wednesday April 22
CPHS Seminar

May 2015

Tuesday May 05
Delicious Destruction: A Short History of Industrial Fermentation and Food

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