Yale International Alliance is honored to sponsor In Conversation with Professor Nicolas Shumway on the Challenges of Contemporary Populism.
What defines populism? What underpins the rise in contemporary populist movements? How big a threat is today’s populism to liberal democracy?
These are the questions addressed by Professor Nicolas Shumway during his conversation with Sofia del Carril.
This is a hybrid event, taking place at the Universidad de San Andrés with the possibility to connect virtually – the Zoom link will be shared upon registration.
What: In Conversation With Professor Nicolas Shumway on the Challenges of Contemporary Populism (in Spanish)
When: Tuesday, May 3, 2022 | 5:30pm ET / 6:30pm local time (Buenos Aires)
Where: Universidad de San Andrés- Auditorium- Callao 1059, City of Buenos Aires (Argentina) & online
Registration (Zoom): Register Here
About Professor Nicolas Shumway:
Frances Moody Newman Emeritus Professor, Dean of the School of Humanities (2010-2017), Rice University; Director of Teresa Lozano Long Institute for Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin 1995-2006; Professor, Spanish Dept. Yale University 1978-1993.
Selected Publications: Historia personal de una pasión Argentina (Buenos Aires: Emecé Editores, 2011). The Invention of Argentina (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1991). Spanish translation, 1993.
About Sofia del Carril:
Director of the International Relations Area and the International Relations MA degree at the School of Government, Universidad Austral (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Magister in Global Affairs, Yale University (2016)
Fulbright scholar (2013)
Lawyer, Universidad Torcuato di Tella (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2008).