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Democracy at the Edge: A Global Consideration of the U.S. Election, a Kahn Institute Panel
The reverberations of the U.S. presidential elections are felt around the world, perhaps never more than with this year's. Understanding the outcomes from multiple disciplinary perspectives, and with a view to transhistorical and transnational analyses allows us to “read” the results more powerfully and navigate our own paths more effectively. This panel assembles the co-organizers of next year's Kahn Institute long-term projects: Coping with Democratic Precarity and the Prospects for Democratic Renewal; and Democracies Redux: Resumptions, Resilience, Reconciliation, and Restoration, to reflect on the results and consider the implications internationally and with a broad range of analytical lenses. Panelists:
• Payal Banerjee, Associate Professor of Sociology
• Steven Heydemann, Janet W. Ketcham 1953 Professor of Middle East Studies
• Sujane Wu, Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures
• Andy Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics
• Moderated by Alex Keller, Chair, Media Studies, and Director, Kahn Institute. Open to the public.

Dec 3, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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