POSTPONED: Reimagining the University
Monday, March 16, 2020
Raewyn Connell, Leigh Claire La Berge, and Natasha Warikoo share their visions for the future. Moderated by Stephen Brier.
POSTPONED: Pop-Up Salon with Sarah Lamdan: Surveillance and Research
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
POSTPONED: Pop-Up Salon with Alison Macrina: Privacy 101
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Stacey Abrams in Conversation with Johnnetta Betsch Cole
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Special Lunch Time Event.
The Price of Democracy: Julia Cagé in Conversation
Thursday, April 30, 2020
Economist Julia Cagé takes on the problem of election financing.
Artistic Visions of Democracy
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
A cross-disciplinary conversation on creative laboratories of justice, democracy and social transformation.
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The Coronavirus pandemic and its social, political and economic consequences have triggered numerous pessimistic predictions about what the world will look like once this crisis is behind us. Some of the facts are terrifying, indeed. For example, on Monday, Hungary’s […]
In the pull between democracy and capitalism, which we discussed at the Graduate Center in Spring 2015, tensions are rising and two camps are forming. Laid bare is the tension between the democratic drive towards inclusion and the capitalist […]
The Covid-19 outbreak and the ensuing global pandemic has already had far-reaching changes for hundreds of millions of people around the world. Governments have resorted to extraordinary measures. In Italy, the whole country is on lockdown. In Germany, all […]
This week, Covid-19 dominated news and social media around the world. The severity of the crisis — as well as the reliability and quality of reporting — varies greatly across media sources and from country to country. Wading through complex […]
What drives the electoral support of secular parties in Middle Eastern Countries in the aftermath of the Arab spring? While much research has been devoted to explaining the strength of Islamist parties in post-Arab spring countries, little is known about […]
Protesters in the Dominican Republic have taken to the streets after the countries election board abruptly canceled municipal elections on February 16 four hours after they had begun, claiming technical difficulties with the electronic voting system. Voters in the […]