News & Announcements Archive

Watch: Divided Nation, United States

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.

Democracy Dialogues Series Kicks Off with Zeynep Tufekci and Alec Ross

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On Feb. 11, join us for the first event of Democracy Dialogues, an ongoing series of conversations with JHU President Ron Daniels and a diverse group of scholars, policymakers, journalists, citizens, and practitioners. This first conversation will address the complex relationship between technology and democracy with Zeynep Tufekci and Alec Ross, both of whom have been at the forefront of this issue.

Daniel Ziblatt to Discuss How Democracies Die at Mason Hall

How Democracies Die book cover

On Wednesday, Jan. 16, Daniel Ziblatt, Eaton Professor of the Science of Government at Harvard University and visiting scholar for the SNF Agora Institute, will discuss his latest book, How Democracies Die, at Mason Hall.

The event is free, but tickets are required.