Category Archives: architecture

Living Greeks and Those Long Dead Ones: Greek Heritage in Times of Crisis. By Despina Margomenou

Blog post by Despina Margomenou, Lecturer in the Modern Greek Program of the Department of Classical Studies, Research Associate at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, and Faculty Associate of the Center for European Studies, University of Michigan. —– The New York … Continue reading

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No more cathedrals in the (Italian) desert

Amid the latest (irrelevant) round of downgrades by Moodys (see my previous post) and the excitement (or lack thereof) for the Republican primary season, a little piece of news seems to have gone unnoticed in the U.S. media, yet it … Continue reading

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Hello CES Community!

Welcome to Eyes on Europe – where members of the CES community blog responses to current events, write about their research and interact with others. Please join us for the CES End of Semester Luncheon on Monday, December 5th at 12 noon, … Continue reading

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