Multimedia

Welcome to the CES multimedia archive. Audio and video recordings of CES programs are available below, and many can also be viewed on the CES YouTube channel.

2015-16 | Archive

Taking the Place of Stalin: The Story of Late Communism. CREES Noon Lecture by Paulina Bren, adjunct assistant professor in the multidisciplinary programs, Vassar College. Sponsors: Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Center for European Studies. January 20, 2016 video

The Symbolic Economies of Postsocialist Nationalism in Hungary. CREES Noon Lecture by Virág Molnár, associate professor of sociology, The New School for Social Research. Sponsors: Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Center for European Studies. November 4, 2015. video

The Satellite Mosque in Europe: Arab Preachers on TV and Internet. CES/ISP Lecture by Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen, professor of cross-cultural and regional studies, University of Copenhagen. Sponsors: Center for European Studies, Islamic Studies Program, Center for Middle Eastern & North African Studies. October 26, 2015. video

The Value of Labor, the Science of Commodification, or "How Did the Work Unit Get Made?” CREES Noon Lecture by Martha Lampland, associate professor of sociology, University of California, San Diego. Sponsors: Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Center for European Studies. October 14, 2015. video

Visually Demolished and Textually Reconstructed: The Middle Ages in Contemporary Crime Fiction. Conversations on Europe lecture by Panagiotis A. Agapitos, professor of Byzantine literature, University of Cyprus. Sponsors: Center for European Studies, Department of Classical Studies, Department of Comparative Literature, Modern Greek Program. October 12, 2015. video

The Making of European Jihadis. CES/ISP Lecture by Kenan Malik, writer, lecturer, and broadcaster. Sponsors: Center for European Studies, Islamic Studies Program. October 5, 2015. video

Supply-Side Socialism: Conceptualizing Consumption in the Polish People’s Republic. CREES Noon Lecture by Brian Porter-Szűcs, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, U-M. Sponsors: Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies; Center for European Studies; Copernicus Program in Polish Studies. September 30, 2015. video

Experiments in Legal Pluralism: Sharia Law as Minority Right in Interwar Yugoslavia. CES/ISP Lecture by Emily Greble, associate professor of history, City College of New York. Sponsors: Center for European Studies; Islamic Studies Program; Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies. September 21, 2015. video