The Hedgehog Review
One hundred years after the outbreak of the Great War, Europe is again in crisis. The old cultural questions of Europe and Europeanness have emerged with renewed urgency: If Europe as a union is to survive, what forms of solidarity and identity might hold it together?
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Spring Fellows Dinner
25 April 2014
| Fellows Dinner
Spring Fellows Colloquium
25 April 2014
| Fellows Colloquium
Stephen Macekura is a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies of Culture. He received his Ph.D. in history from the University of Virginia in May 2013. His scholarly work explores the history of the United States in the world, global environmental history, and the history of political economy. Other interests include the history of international development, civil society, and human rights.
Stephen is currently at work on two book-length projects. The first is a book manuscript entitled Of Limits and Growth: Global Environmentalism and the Rise of ‘Sustainable Development’ in the Twentieth Century. The book chronicles...