The Ph.D. candidate in the History of Architecture and Urban Development will spend the 2016-17 academic year working toward her dissertation, “Restoration, Displacement, Appropriation: Negotiating the Baroque Legacy in Fascist Rome.”
Wednesday, August 31, 2016, from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, First Floor Terrace, Uris Hall: New and returning undergraduate and graduate students are invited to discover the many options to internationalize their experience at Cornell and abroad.
In an article in the Washington Post, Einaudi Center postdoctoral fellow Lisel Hintz, Rawan Arar, and Kelsey P. Norman reflect on the challenges faced by Middle Eastern countries hosting Syrian refugees.
On the day of the in Brussels bombings, and just a few days after the Europe-Turkey deal, a panel of practitioners and scholars explored the challenges faced by refugees and displaced persons at a time of political turmoil.
Turkish and European parliamentarian Safak Pavey discussed the challenge of integrating and resettling Syrian refugees in the context of Turkey's uneasy relationship with the EU.
Andreas Wüst, a political scientist who was pressed into service as chief of refugee policy in the state of Baden-Württemberg, spoke about the political and practical dimensions of Germany's response to last year's crisis.