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Archive – October 2013

A symbolic battle is ongoing in Russian cinema between filmmakers working to neutralize the possibility of a return to the past and those who are attempting to recapture the splendor of official Soviet mythology.
The PIIRS research community on Global Systemic Risk invites applications for two undergraduate fellowships, beginning spring 2014.
In the eyes of some, the Eurocrisis has caused a major crisis of political legitimacy in Southern European countries from Portugal to Greece. For others, it has simply exposed long-standing problems with discredited political establishments and dysfunctional states. Are the peoples of Southern Europe in need of a new social contract? Noon, November 21, 2013, in East Pyne, Room 010.
Open to juniors who will be on campus in spring 2014, PIIRS Undergraduate Fellowships provide funding and academic support to facilitate summer international research for the senior thesis. Deadline to apply: December 13.
Open house for all Princeton freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in attending a Global Seminar or enrolling in Princeton in Dar es Salaam in summer 2014. Nov. 20, 5:30-7 p.m., 219 Aaron Burr Hall.
Francis Dennig will speak on "Pollulting Less Now and Consuming More Later: Having Our Grandchildren Pay for More Efficient Emissions Abatement" on Nov. 6.
Comparative Politics and the Project on Democracy and Development to feature Kurtz speaking on institutional order Wednesday, October 16, 2013, at 4:30 p.m., in 127 Corwin.