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Graduate Program

Christina Chiknas, History
Svanur Petursson, History
Sara Black, History
Mark Bray, History
Brenna Graham, History
Max Hantel, History
Allison Leigh-Perlman, Art History
Corina Lucia Apostol, Art History
Kelly Clancy, Political Science
Cristina Gherasimov, Political Science
Alex Jakubow, Political Science
Ion Marandici, Political Science
Amanda Marziliano, Political Science
Sarah Schulman, Political Science
Evren Yalaz, Political Science
Louis Segura, Comparative Literature
Claire Menard, French
Nadezda Lushina, German
Andrea Mueller, Sociology
Allen Michael, Anthropology

Michael Allen, Anthropology
Kari Burnett, Geography
Kelly Clancy, Political Science
Timothy Cochran, Musicology
Mareen Fuchs, German
Valeria Garrote, Spanish
Yana Grushina, Communication
Alex Jakubow, Political Science
Meghana Yoshi, Anthropology
Yvette Lane, History
Kathleen Manning, History
Andrea Mueller, Sociology
Peter Pollack, History
Louis Segura, Comparative Literature
Steven Tietjen, Musicology
Nicole Vilkner, Musicology
Kathleen Woodhouse, Geography
Evren Yalaz, Political Science

Here is our inaugural group of Graduate Associates:

Christopher Bischof, History
Kari Burnett, Geography
Shannon Connelly, Art History
Kelly Clancy, Political Science
Alex Jakubow, Political Science
Yelena Kalinsky, Art History
Anita Kurimay, History
Mary Catherine Lawler, Germanic, Russian and East European Languages and Literatures
Mark Major, Political Science
Katrin Polak-Springer, Germanic, Russian and East European Languages and Literatures
Peter Polak-Springer, History
Neil Quest, Anthropology
Terence Teo, Political Science
Andreas Tiemann, Political Science
Evren Yalaz, Political Science
Kathleen Woodhouse, Geography
Patricia Young, Political Science

Graduate Associates of the Center for European Studies

The Center for European Studies (CES) sponsors a Graduate Associates Program. Each spring, Rutgers graduate students from any discipline with research interests focusing on modern Europe can apply to become Graduate Associate for the following academic year. The aim of the Graduate Associates program is to build a vibrant, interdisciplinary community of scholars focusing on Europe and to enhance the graduate student experience by providing a comfortable setting in which to work and opportunities for networking and participation in seminars and conferences.

Graduate Associates, 2012-2013

Tefla Alajmi, Political Science
Kelly Clancy, Political Science
Alex Jakubow, Political Science
Tim Knievel, Political Science
Senem Kaptan, Anthropology
Tatsiana Kulakevich, Political Science
Allison Leigh-Perlman, English
Ion Marandici, Political Science
Amanda Marziliano, Political Science
Kyle McAauley, English
Allen Michael, Anthropology
Andrea Mueller, Sociology
Reshma Nayyar, Art History
Darío Sánchez-González, Spanish
Louis Segura, Comparative Literature
Nil Uzun, Sociology

News

  • Belinda Davis, Professor of History, has been appointed Director of the Center for European Studies for 2018-19.
  • Majors and Minors: European Studies 360:301 Construction of Contemporary Europe will be offered in fall 2018
  • Resources and Outreach -- Grants

Undergraduate

Rose Petals Falling through the Pantheon's Oculus

Events

Fountain designed to look like human faces

Projects

The Parthenon

Links

European skyline (Links and Resources page)