CES News & Events
Special Graduate Student Edition
July 1, 2020
Veganism from Extreme to Mainstream
Nina Gheihman’s Work on the Shifting Culture of Consumption
Max Goplerud received his Ph.D. from Harvard's Department of Government in 2020. At CES, he was a Graduate Student Affiliate and Co-chair of the Seminar on Populism. CES spoke to him about finalizing his dissertation during the pandemic and his plans for the future.
2020   Graduate Fellowship Recipients
Supporting the work of graduate students and nurturing their innovative scholarship on Europe is central to the mission of CES. This year, CES awarded fellowships to 17 students. CES congratulates these scholars whose diverse work is showcased below.

Thirteen graduate students from Harvard and MIT were the recipients of Krupp Foundation Dissertation Research Fellowships from CES this year.

Four graduate students from Harvard University were awarded a Dissertation Completion Fellowship by CES this year.
New   Graduate Student Affiliates
Sun Young Park
CES welcomes 10 new Ph.D. candidates from Harvard and MIT to join its community of Graduate Student Affiliates in the 2020-2021 academic year.
CES Affiliates in the   Spotlight
Frank-Walter Steinmeier & Daniel Ziblatt
Forum Bellevue on the Future of Democracy

Daniel Ziblatt , CES Resident Faculty, joined German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in a discussion on democracy under COVID-19 with Nobel Laureate Herta Müller and Philosopher Rainer Forst . (In German)

Social Europe

Peter Hall, CES Resident Faculty, and Rosemary Taylor, CES Local Affiliate, argue that the coronavirus crisis has inflamed cleavages in democratic societies which will be difficult to heal.

The Jaipur Literature Festival

Maya Jasanoff, CES Resident Faculty, discussed the history of pandemics with former colleague and CES Resident Faculty Niall Ferguson.

Webinar Recordings

Muriel Rouyer, CES Local Affiliate, led this discussion that was co-sponsored by CES and the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, Harvard Kennedy School.

Photo of the Week
Anna Popiel, Elaine Papoulias, Gila Naderi & Laura Falloon
The CES Team at the inaugural Stanley Hoffmann Annual Lecture on France and the World. (Photo ( left to right): Anna Popiel, Program Assistant and Receptionist; Elaine Papoulias, Executive Director; Gila Naderi, Communications Manager; and Laura Falloon, Program Coordinator. )
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