The Institute for European Studies promotes and co-ordinates multidisciplinary curricula, research projects, initiatives, and events centering on Europe. Through our program of lectures, conferences, seminars, international exchanges and scholarships, IES focuses particular attention on transnational and transcultural European issues, encouraging new approaches to the study of an area whose contours are constantly being redefined. The Institute seeks to both broaden the Cornell community's view of Europe and to make the study of European languages, culture and society an integral part of graduate and undergraduate education on the campus.

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  • Silent Revolution of a Muslim Arab American Scholar-Activist 

    Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Texas University Press, 2005)
    After 35 years of living in the Unites States, every time I meet a new person, I am asked: Where are you from? My own personal, political and scholarly journey along with that of some of my cohorts engaged in search for ...
  • A Bilingual Primer in Deploying and Evaluating Action Research: 

    Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Nimat Hafez Barazangi, 2005-12-15)
    A Primer in Deploying and Evaluating Action Research. The following pages/slides (images) focus on introducing the State-of-the-art in theoretical and methodological foundations of action research (AR) in the form of ...
  • Participatory Feminsim (PARFem) 

    Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Nimat Hafez Barazangi (web site), 2001-07-31)
    Given that Participatory Action Research (PAR) and Feminisms (Fem) share "process" as one of the fundamental principles in their philosophy and practice, we can only set the preliminary goal and objectives of the PARticipatory ...


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