Monthly Archives: January 2009

Freedom Movements and the Press – Part 1

What happens when you sit journalists from the world’s most powerful and influential publications at the same table with a Polish columnist or the editor of a small Slovakian daily? How does the dialogue between America and Europe change when voices from Eastern Europe are included? The Institute of Human Sciences at Boston University found […]

The US and Europe: Partnership or Competition?

On November 16, 2004, the Institute for Human Sciences at Boston University, in cooperation with the Duitsland Instituut at the University of Amsterdam, convened an international conference on the topic “The US and Europe: Partnership or Competition.”  The conference was organized in two sessions, each consisting of a key note speech followed by a panel […]