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Fall of the Berlin Wall_Reception

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German Embassy honors NEU’s “European Campus Weeks” activities

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European Campus Weeks 2013/14 conclude with Soccer Tournament

Liz Moore, Hans Eijmberts, and Logan Wangsgard organized the soccer event
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Natalie Bormann and Veronica Czastkiewicz give opening lecture during Holocaust Remembrance Week

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Next Critical Social Theory Group Meeting

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Europeanist Workshop

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Critical Social Theory Cluster_Next Meeting

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European Campus Weeks_Sochi Medal Count Contest

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Critical Social Theory Group_Next Meeting

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Students awarded prize for best essay on ‘Germany’s role in Europe’

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Former US Ambassador talks about German-US relations

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Cities under Siege
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NU Students visit Auschwitz as part of PoliSci Dialogue on Holocaust

21 Students have just returned from 5 weeks in Germany + Poland with Professor Natalie Bormann and PhD Candidate Veronica Czastkiewicz, studying the history, politics and impact of the Holocaust.  Activities included visits to Dachau and Auschwitz but also Schindler’s factory, Villa Wannsee, the Nuremberg Trial Room, the Anne Frank Center among many other sites. […]

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Cancelled: Critical Social Theory Cluster: Symposium with Paul Bove

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Critical Social Theory Cluster Meeting #4

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Michael Trudeau wins competitive award from German Embassy, D.C.

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Next Critical Social Theory Cluster Meeting

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Ian McManus and Michael Trudeau win German Embassy competition

Ian McManus (PhD candidate) and Michael Trudeau (Senior), both in Political Science, won a campus-wide competition for best paper submission on the topic of transatlantic relations.  The competition was part of the ThinkTransatlantic initiative, organized by Natalie Bormann and Hans Ejmberts with a grant from the German Embassy in D.C.  Both students have qualified to […]

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