Summer term 2021
Continuation of the lecture series »Perspectives of Social Democracy in Europe«
In the summer term, the lecture series will look at the development in different European countries and regions. The following lectures are already scheduled, further lectures are planned (on Wednesdays, 7 p.m.)
||Roman Krakovsky, Université de Genève:
»Entwicklungen in Mittel- und Osteuropa«
||André Freire, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa:
»Entwicklungen in Südeuropa«
||Geoffrey Evans, Oxford University:
»Britische Labour Partei«
||Yohann Aucante, EHESS Paris:
»Entwicklungen in den skandinavischen Ländern«
Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Director of the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften, professor of philosophy, Goethe University
Pierre Monnet, Director of the Institut Franco-Allemand de Sciences Historiques et Sociales (IFRA), Dean of Studies at the EHESS in Paris, professor of medieval history, Goethe University
Hans-Jürgen Puhle, Professor emer. of political science with a focus on the comparative analysis of liberal democratic systems and democratic theory, Goethe University
(FKH - 01.02.2021)
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