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  • Gubad Ibadoghlu joins us as our AY 2019-20 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 politics of natural resources and revenue management. We are delighted to welcome him! 
  • CES celebrates the opening of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center! Please join us Fri., 9/13 for the internationally renowned Palissimo Dance Company, performing “Custodians of Beauty,” by company director Pavel Zuštiak. Zuštiak will follow the performance with a Q&A, including discussion of the impact on his life and work of the 1989 Czechoslovak "Velvet Revolution." Cosponsored with the Mason Gross Dept. of Dance. Tickets available at nbpac.org/palissimocompany
  • Sara Levy's World: Gender, Judaism, and the Bach Tradition in Enlightenment Berlin, edited by Rebecca Cypress and Nancy Sinkoff, arising out of a 2015 CES conference, has now been published.
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