This past fall four Global Populism lectures were hosted by Kim Scheppele, Justin Gest, David Timberman, and our very own Julio Carrion.
- Kim Scheppele of Princeton University, "The End of 'The End of History'"
- Justin Gest of George Mason University, "The New Minority: White Working Class Politics in the Trump Era"
- David Timberman, an independent scholar, "Rodrigo Duterte and Populism in the Philippines"
- Julio Carrion, associate professor of political science and international relations and or Latin American and Iberian Studies at UD, "Understanding Populism Governance in Latin America"
Spring Lectures will include:
Feb. 12, Jan-Werner Mueller of Princeton University, "How Not to Think about Populism" at 4:30pm in Gore Hall 103
Mar. 15, Mabel Berezin of Cornell University, "Attention Deficits: Why Populism Should Not Be a Surprise"
May 3, Bart Bonikowski of Harvard University, "Trump, Nationalism & Populism in the U.S."
All videos of the previous lectures can be found HERE.