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In January 2018, Spero Paravantis (University of Luxembourg) published a report on his experience as a visiting scholar at IES for the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History. You can read his report here.


In January 2018, former IES Visiting Scholar Andreas Raspotnik published a new book entitled The European Union and the Geopolitics of the Arctic. You can read more about it here.


In December 2017, IES Senior Fellow, Carla Shapreau, was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship grant to support research and preparation of a book regarding the Nazi-era looting of musical material culture. The Nazi era resulted in the catastrophic plunder of all things musical, including autographs and manuscripts, rare printed music, books, musical instruments, and musicalia. This research and book project will reconstruct facets of this history and the lives tethered to these cultural objects and consider why this subject matters today. You can read more about Shapreau's project here. (Photo: One of six of Wanda Landowska’s confiscated antique keyboard instruments discovered by the U.S. Army in the Bavarian countryside in 1945. Photo credit: U.S. National Archives and Records Administration)


In November 2017, the UC Berkeley Doe Library, with the support of the IES Less Commonly Taught Languages' book program, became one of three libraries outside of Spain to own an original broadside of the Catalan Futurist Manifesto, published in 1920, and is now the first institution in the world to have digitized it. You can read more about this here.


In November 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Barry Eichengreen published a new book with Princeton University Press. How Global Currencies Work: Past, Present, and Future can be accessed here.


In October 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Rosemary Gillespie gave a lecture at Cal Future Forum entitled "The World's Biota." You can watch it here.


In October 2017, UC Berkeley librarian Claude Potts blogged on the importance of IES funding for the expansion of library collections in less commonly taught European languages and encouraged resource recommendations from the UC Berkeley community. You can read it here.


In September 2017, Peter Strohschneider, President of the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) spoke at IES. His lecture was recorded by C-SPAN and is accompanied by a report on the visit to Berkeley on the DFG website. You can read the report and watch the video here.


In September 2017, IES affiliated member Katerina Linos wrote about Hungary and Slovakia's opposition against the EU's refugee scheme for the Washington Post. You can read the article here.


In September 2017, IES affiliated faculty member Katerina Linos wrote about the Paris Climate Agreement for the Washington Post. You can read the article here.


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