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Zlatko Filipovicz reports on the Harriman conference "State of the Media in Southeastern Europe: From Crisis to Corruption," organized by Adjunct Professor Tanya Domi with Visiting Scholar Jasmin Mujanovic.
Oxford University Press has announced the publication of Moments of Valuation, Exploring Sites of Dissonance, edited by David Stark, Arthur Lehman Professor of Sociology and International Affairs, with Ariane Berthoin Antal and Michael Hutter (March 29, 2015).