Date | November, 2016

Letter From Brazil: Brazilian Students Protest Against New Governments Austerity Measures

Written by Mayra Cotta Cardozo De Souza, Ph.D. Student in Politics at NSSR, and TCDS Program Assistant. Just a little more than a month after Brazilian President Dilma Roussef was ousted by the Congress and the center-right opposition party PMDB took hold of the government, the new President, Michel Temer, sent Congress a proposal aimed at […]

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TCDS Partners Hana Cervinkova and Juliet Golden win the 2016 Award for Excellence in Education Abroad Curriculum Design!

TCDS would like to offer the warmest congratulations to our close friends and partners, Hana Cervinkova and Juliet Golden, to whom The Forum on Education Abroad awarded its 2016 Award for Excellence in Education Abroad Curriculum Design for their course “Negotiating Identities Across Europe’s Borders,” offered as part of the Culture and Politics of Reconciliation […]

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History, Memory, Politics: Voices From Belarus, Georgia, Kosovo, Russia, Ukraine, & Turkey

The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS)  is excited to announce a very special conference at the New School, on Friday, December 16th, from 9:30am-8pm, which will highlight the work of this years Global Dialogues Fellows at TCDS and feature a Keynote Address by Prof. Jeffrey Olick, Professor of Sociology and History and Chair of […]

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Opportunities List

  TCDS’ Opportunities List compiles a weekly overview of calls for papers, upcoming events, job offerings and fellowship announcements that might be relevant to the TCDS community. You can sign up here! You can also follow us on twitter to get updated when the newest Opportunities List gets posted!    

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TCDS Shrinking of Democracy Series: Brexit and European Borders: What Matters Now?

On July 16 & 17, 2016, an amazing cohort of Europe’s leading scholars and intellectuals, many of whom are alumni of TCDS and The New School,  converged at The New School summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland for a conference on “The Shrinking of Democracy,” which provided a much needed analysis of European democracy in these […]

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TCDS Shrinking of Democracy Series: Moral Panic over Gender and Sexuality in Poland and Central Europe

On July 16 & 17, 2016, an amazing cohort of Europe’s leading scholars and intellectuals, many of whom are alumni of TCDS and The New School,  converged at The New School summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland for a conference on “The Shrinking of Democracy,” which provided a much needed analysis of European democracy in these […]

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VIDEO: The Shrinking of Democracy Unconference – Panel 2

On July 16 & 17, 2016, an amazing cohort of Europe’s leading scholars and intellectuals, many of whom are alumni of TCDS and The New School, converged at The New School summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland for a conference on “The Shrinking of Democracy,” which provided a much needed analysis of European democracy in these […]

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VIDEO: The Shrinking of Democracy Unconference – Panel 1

On July 16 & 17, 2016, an amazing cohort of Europe’s leading scholars and intellectuals, many of whom are alumni of TCDS and The New School, converged at The New School summer campus in Wroclaw, Poland for a conference on “The Shrinking of Democracy,” which provided a much needed analysis of European democracy in these […]

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Eurasia Roundtable: The State and Civil Society in Russia, Georgia, Belarus, and Ukraine

Please join us on Tuesday, November 8th, at 2 pm, for a conversation with our Global Dialogues Fellows from the region on the State and Civil Society in Russia, Georgia, Belarus, and Ukraine! Malkhaz Toria is an associate professor and the director of the Memory Study Center in  the Caucasus at Ilia State University (Tbilisi, Georgia).  […]

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