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Dátum: 2020.06.18.
19:00 - 21:00

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Online

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The webinar will address broad questions about the politicization of the pandemic and populist challenge to scientific expertise. Our guests will examine protests against government responses to Covid, demonstrations against systemic racism in the US and around the world, and how these events are linked to populist politics in general.

Speaker:
Rogers Brubaker (Professor of Sociology UCLA):
PARADOXES OF POPULISM DURING THE PANDEMIC

With commentaries by:
Zsuzsa Csergő (Professor of Political Studies, Queens University):
MINORITIES AND THE PANDEMIC

Zsolt Boda (Director, Centre for Social Sciences; Project Leader, Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe):
POPULISM AND THE PANDEMIC: EUROPEAN ASPECTS

Hosted by the Centre for Social Sciences, (Hungarian Academy of Sciences Centre of Excellence) represented by Margit Feischmidt and Attila Papp Z.
This event will be organized as a Zoom webinar. Meeting ID will be announced soon.