Webinar on Citizenship and Populism

The rise of populism – a contested political phenomenon – represents one of the central challenges to the ideals of equal citizenship across the globe. Reflecting a variety of institutional and bottom-up perspectives on populism, the papers in the webinar Citizenship and Populism: a Twenty-First Century Challenge across the Globe will draw on case studies from India, Western Europe, Latin America and elsewhere in order to illuminate engagements between citizenship, democracy and the people. 

The webinar is scheduled for 24 November 2020 at 18.00 – 19.30 CET. It will be chaired by Jo Shaw (University of Edinburgh/Tampere University and EUI) and will include presentations by Sara Wallace Goodman (University of California, Irvine), Ulrike Vieten (Queen’s University Belfast), Sanjib Baruah (Bard College), and Lindsay Mayka (Colby College). The full programme is available under this link.

The ZOOM  link to the Webinar will be provided following REGISTRATION. Deadline for registration: 23 November.

You can watch the previous GLOBALCIT webinars through this page.