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Upcoming Events: Italian Mediterranean Colloquium; CIA and the Covert Cold War

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PANEL: The Mediterranean by Law: Europe and the Maghreb, 16th-19th Century

Thursday, March 29, 2018
6:00 pm, 2nd Floor Common Room
The Heyman Center

Guillaume Calafat (Paris 1, La Sorbonne, IAS, Princeton University)
Trials and Jurisdictional Pluralism in the Western Mediterranean (1590-1630). Corsicans at Courts between Ottoman North Africa and Southern Europe

Jessica Marglin (University of Southern California, IEA Paris)
The Extraterritorial Century: Rethinking Nationality and Religion in the Mediterranean, 1815-1915

Simona Cerutti (EHESS Paris, Italian Academy Columbia University)
Lauren Benton (Vanderbilt University)

Pier Mattia Tommasino (Italian, Columbia University)
Konstantina Zanou (Italian, Columbia University)

For more details, including abstracts, please visit the Colloquium website.

Presented by the Department of Italian & Co-sponsored by The European Institute, Columbia Global Centers, and Columbia Alliance.

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The CIA and the Covert Cold War

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
International Affairs Building, Room 1219

David Robarge
Chief Historian, Central Intelligence Agency

A guest lecture for Prof. Victoria Phillips' course "Cold War Power: Culture as a Weapon".

Free and open to the public, please RSVP below.

Co-sponsored by The European Institute, The Harriman Institute, and The History Department.
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