How do we talk about race, identity, and polarization in a way that doesn’t imagine that one election—or one elected leader—can heal all wounds?
Race, Polarization, and Life After the Election
SNF Agora Senior Fellow Peter Pomerantsev Releases BBC Radio Documentaries
August 12, 2020
"Historical narratives in particular are manipulated in order to polarise audiences, inspire hatred and stir discontent."
From “Memory Wars” to a Common Future: Overcoming Polarisation in Ukraine
As states and communities press forward into reopening, the trajectory of the U.S. pandemic will depend largely on the public’s willingness to invest in public health measures—such as continued social distancing, testing, and contact tracing.
Trust in Science and COVID-19
June 17, 2020
Moral outrage overload? How social media may be changing our brains
September 25, 2019
It’s not as though the relationship between the Russian government and the German far right, the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, has ever been a secret.
Russia is cultivating German’s far right. Germans don’t seem to care.
2018 Summer Nostos Festival: Disrupting Polarization Workshop
Eric Klinenberg: Palaces for the People
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