CES Semester Poster Fall 2020Click to see our Fall events


  • CLICK HERE to hear our truly important Black Lives Matter in Europe event, which took place on 11/19/2020. 
  • All our other virtual events are also recorded; if you are interested, write This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the link!
  • Selin Bengi Gümrükçü has joined us as our AY 2020-21 CES Postdoctoral Scholar.  Prof. Gümrükçü is a rising scholar in the theory and practice of social movements, democracy, and authoritarianism, a particularly timely focus in the present. See an interview with Prof. Gümrükçü at Jaddiya, Scholars in Context:; and catch her MESA Global Academy Fellowship talk at Northeastern on 10/30 And look out for the CES panel she has organized for Nov. 9, "Turkey’s Authoritarian Turn: Perspectives on Foreign, National, and Local Politics."  We are delighted to have her with us! 
  • Gubad Ibadoghlu will remain with us this year as a CES Visiting Scholar. A world-renowned political economist, Prof. Ibadoghlu is senior policy analyst for social and economic studies at Azerbaijan’s Economic Research Center. His research focuses on the critically important politics and economics of natural resources. 
  • CES will host two workshops on "New Politics" this AY together with renowned activist and inaugural Rutgers Gloria Steinem Chair in Media, Culture, and Feminist Studies Naomi Klein; look out for the first workshop, "Online Politics from Above and Below," to take place on Oct. 26.
  • CES is delighted to be collaborating with Ideas & Futures on a series of events this AY.  The first, on Oct. 29-30, looked at Austerity, Authoritarianism, and Borders in the Time of COVID-19; a recording is available. 
  • CES is working with the Center for African Studies along with units at Rutgers, across the three campuses, on a series of events related to Emplacement/Displacement, Dignity, and Freedom of Imagination.
  • Resources and Outreach -- Grants

Europe-related Events on Campus


Rose Petals Falling through the Pantheon's Oculus


Fountain designed to look like human faces


The Parthenon


European skyline (Links and Resources page)