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In April 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Katerina Linos was selected for a prestigious Andrew Carnegie fellowship. In her research, Linos will be pursuing a research project titled “Refugees Misdirected: Information Barriers in the Exercise of Legal Rights.” Read more about Prof. Linos’ fellowship.


In February 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Barry Eichengreen published a column on the Euro in Bloomberg View. His column entitled Don't Sell the Euro Short: It's Here to Stay. You can read it here.


In February, March and April 2017, IES visiting scholar Matt Beech (Univ. of Hull) was interviewed by CNBC, the BBC and Cal TV on the consequences of Brexit for the UK and US-British relations. You can listen to his BBC interview, watch him on Cal TV and CNBC. He also compared the UK's Labour Party to the US's Democrats for CalTV.


In February 2017, National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster included two books of IES senior fellow Zachary Shore (Blunder: Why Smart People Make Bad Decisions and A Sense of the Enemy) in his reading list for NSC staff. Read more here.


In February 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Christopher Ansell co-edited a new book with Oxford University Press entitled Governance in Turbulent Times. Read more about this book.


In February 2017, IES director Jeroen Dewulf was interviewed on the New Books Network about his latest book publication with the University of Mississippi Press on the slave community in New Netherland. You can listen to the interview about his book The Pinkster King and the King of Kongo.


In February 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Greg Castillo was the guest curator of the BAMPFA exhibit Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia. You can read an article about the Exhibit in the Italian journal Domus and listen to a report on the exhibit on German national radio.


In January 2017, a delegation from Jena, led by Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee, visited Berkeley's Institute of European Studies. You can watch a report on this visit and an interview with IES Director Jeroen Dewulf through JenaTV.


In January 2017, JSTOR highlighted IES Director Jeroen Dewulf's article on clandestine literature in the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation. You can read the article on JSTOR.


In December 2016, IES Senior Fellow Carla Shapreau wrote an article in the New York Times on the restitution case of a rare violin that was looted by the Nazis. You can read the article in the New York Times.


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