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Crisis: Greece, Europe, the World—A Two-Day Symposium

Past Series, SOF/Heyman Global Events

dateSeptember 24–25, 2012 location Columbia Global Centers, Paris, Columbia University
  • Reid Hall, Paris (Columbia Global Centers | Europe)
  • Free and open to the public
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A two-day international symposium at Columbia Global Centers | Europe covering the following topics:

Crisis and Cinema (Monday, Sept. 24, 6-9:30pm): screenings and conversations with Greek filmmakers Constantine Giannaris and Sylla Tzoumerkas, moderated by Erato Basea (Stavros Niarchos Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow, CGC|E)

What Happened to Labor? Global Perspectives (Tuesday, Sept. 25, 10-12pm), a panel discussion with Marcel van der Linden (Amsterdam International Institute of Social History) and Kostis Karpozilos (Stavros Niarchos Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow, CGC|E), moderated by Carol Gluck (Columbia University)

The Failure of Internation Institutions (Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2:30-4:30pm), a panel discussion with Jacques Delpla (Conseil d'Analyse Economique), Nikolas Kosmatopoulos (Stavros Niarchos Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow, CGC|E), and Christopher Bickerton (Sciences Po Paris), moderated by Mark Mazower (Heyman Center, Columbia University)

For more information, please visit the Reid Hall web page.