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Friday, March 15, 2019

Mazower on the Armenian Genocide and Pinkham on Chernobyl in the Current Issue of NYRB

The current issue (4 April) of the New York Review of Books features work by two Harriman members. Mark Mazower (Director of the Columbia Institute for Ideas and Imagination, Paris) writes on the Armenian genocide; Sophie Pinkham (Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. Slavic Languages) reviews three new books on Chernobyl.
Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Tanya Domi Contributes Chapter to "Bosnia and Herzegovina's Foreign Policy Since Independence"

Tanya Domi (International Affairs) contributed the chapter "BiH's Contributions to International Military-Security-Peace Operations," co-authored with Davor Petrić, to the volume Bosnia and Herzegovina's Foreign Policy since Independence (Palgrave Macmillan).
Monday, March 11, 2019

Rebecca Kobrin at Council on Foreign Relations and Museum of Jewish Heritage

Rebecca Kobrin participated in two discussion events on anti-semitism: the first, a panel discussion on the rise of global anti-semitism at the Council on Foreign Relations and the second, a conversation at the Museum of Jewish Heritage regarding a 20,000-strong rally of Nazi supporters which took place in Madison Square Garden in 1939.
Thursday, March 7, 2019

Postdoc Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky Awarded 2018 World History Association Prize

Vladimir Hamed-Troyansky's dissertation, "Imperial Refuge: Resettlement of Muslims from Russia in the Ottoman Empire, 1860–1914," won the 2018 World History Association Dissertation Prize.
Thursday, March 7, 2019

Yana Gorokhovskaia publishes an article in the journal "Democratization."

In her recent article for the journal "Democratization," Harriman Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Yana Gorokhovskaia, writes about what it takes to win when the election game is rigged.