He will speak as part of the SNF Agora Institute’s “Talking (and Listening) Across Divides” conference that takes place in Athens, Greece, on Wednesday.
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Talking (and Listening) Across Divides: What We Can Learn from Research and Experience brings together a diverse group of scholars and practitioners whose work will help shed light on how we might resolve, mediate, or even just consider competing claims while embracing multiple perspectives—essential work for any thriving democracy.
Applebaum, a ‘Washington Post’ columnist and an expert on the history of communism and post-communist Europe, will also join JHU’s School of Advanced International Studies as a senior fellow.
The SNF Agora Institute is launching a student advisory board to facilitate student input and engagement with the institute. The student advisory board will work with the faculty, staff, and leadership of the institute both to raise awareness about and participate in the development of the Institute’s mission and presence on campus and in the broader community. Interested students should complete the application by Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
Han comes to Hopkins from UC Santa Barbara with a research focus on civic and political participation, collective action, organizing, and social change.
Event co-hosted by SNF Agora Institute, Renew Democracy Initiative brings together leading experts to discuss the rise of populist movements and the threat they pose to democracy around the globe.
SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins and Renew Democracy Initiative will co-host a daylong conference featuring more than 20 leading pundits, policymakers, scholars, and journalists.
JHU political scientist Yascha Mounk joins Freedom House president Michael Abramowitz and journalists Karen DeYoung and Elise Labott for a discussion of democracy’s downward trend.
SNF Agora Institute sponsors roundtable with Maryland’s Larry Hogan, New Hampshire’s Chris Sununu, and Pennsylvania’s Tom Wolf.
The SNF Agora Institute sponsored a PBS NewsHour event, “Divided Nation, United States,” to try to uncover how three governors work with their opposing-party legislatures, relate to their constituents, and define success.