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January 2021
A Chinese Second Demographic Transition? A Holistic Approach to Family Life Courses

A Chinese Second Demographic Transition? A Holistic Approach to Family Life Courses

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A presentation by Zachary Van Winkle (Sciences Po's Observatoire Sociologique du Changement) and Wen Fangqui (Nuffield College) within the Inequality Working Group on 26 January 2021
Date:
14/01/2021
How network analysis can help us out of the corona crisis

How network analysis can help us out of the corona crisis

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A presentation by Gianluca Manzo (CNRS Paris) within the Colloquium on Analytical Sociology on 22 January 2021
Date:
14/01/2021
December 2020
Stephanie Hofmann appointed as Joint Chair in International Relations

Stephanie Hofmann appointed as Joint Chair in International Relations

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Professor Stephanie Hofmann will join the EUI in September 2021 as Joint Chair in International Relations in SPS and at the RSC.
Date:
14/12/2020
Simon Hix joins the European University Institute

Simon Hix joins the European University Institute

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Professor Simon Hix will take up the Stein Rokkan Chair in Comparative Politics in September 2021.
Date:
07/12/2020
Criminal accountability at what cost? Norm conflict, UN peace operations and the International Criminal Court

Criminal accountability at what cost? Norm conflict, UN peace operations and the International Criminal Court

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Article by Tom Buitelaar (SPS researcher) in European Journal of International Relations
Date:
07/12/2020
Border crossings and xenophobia in Weimar Germany: evidence from children's stories

Border crossings and xenophobia in Weimar Germany: evidence from children's stories

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Presentation by Robert Braun (UC Berkeley) on 16 December 2020 in the framework of the Departmental Seminar Series
Date:
04/12/2020
News Credibility Depends on Ideological Alignment with the Content, not the Source

News Credibility Depends on Ideological Alignment with the Content, not the Source

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A presentation by Michael Macy (Cornell University) within the Colloquium on Analytical Sociology on 4 December 2020
Date:
02/12/2020
The Enduring Impact of NYC's Stop, Question & Frisk Program. Lessons from 'Big Data'

The Enduring Impact of NYC's Stop, Question & Frisk Program. Lessons from 'Big Data'

Description
A presentation by Joscha Legewie (Harvard University) within the Inequality Working Group - Distant CLIC on 3 December 2020
Date:
02/12/2020
November 2020
Politics as a science: a prolegomenon

Politics as a science: a prolegomenon

Description
Book by Philipp Schmitter and Marc Blecher. With Routledge
Date:
26/11/2020
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