Search for tag: "european union"

CIBER Focus: Empathy and Migration in the West with Fritz Breithaupt - September 20, 2018

Dr. Breithaupt is professor of Germanic Studies, adjunct professor in Comparative Literature, and affiliated professor of Cognitive Science at Indiana University. He has served as the director of the…

From  IIB Institute for Intl Business 9 Months ago 10 views 0  

IU CIBER Polish Language & Culture Modules 5: Cuisine & Hospitality

Part 5 of our series on the Language and Culture of Poland. In this video, you will learn about Polish cuisine, some tips about restaurant dining, and the Polish approach to hospitality.

From  IIB Institute for Intl Business A year ago 28 views 0  

The Road to Adaptive Reuse_20170301.mp4

The road to adaptive reuse: The integration of sustainable design, the triple bottom line, and technology in the Studebaker Redevelopment Initiative – The Renaissance District, an 80 city block…

From  Krista Bailey 2 Years ago 4 views 0  

SEM2012-Saturday, November 3-AM Sessions

8:30 – 10:30 am Music and Nuclear Experience Gregory Barz (Vanderbilt University), Chair and DiscussantJessica Schwartz (New York University), “Singing Towards a Cure: The Role of…

From  Stephen Stuempfle 2 Years ago 1 views 0  

CIBER Focus: "European Union: Economic Uncertainties in 2016" with Dr. Erik Lehmann - February 9, 2016

Economic crisis in the European Union (EU) isn't something new for the international community. While Germany, with its robust economy, continues to support the Eurozone, the country is also…

From  IIB Institute for Intl Business 3 Years ago 131 views 0  

02/22/2016 - Laszlo Borhi: “More than Victims? Popular Responses to National Socialist and Stalinist Dictatorships: The Case of Hungary”

Scholarship on totalitarian regimes moved away from the victimology model. Subjects of national socialist and communist dictatorships seem to have acted in dialogue with the powerful state. Many more…

From  wptpcnf1 Ostrom Workshop Conference 1 3 Years ago 8 views 0