RECSM organizes round table on the problem of affective polarization in contemporary democracies open to the public

RECSM is pleased to invite the public to a round table addressing: The Problem of Affective Polarization in Contemporary Democracies.

On Friday the 22nd of September from 11.30 – 13.30 CET time, the round table will bring together experts on the topic: Alexa Bankert from the University of Georgia (USA), Juan A. Moraes from the Universidad de la República (Uruguay), Lilliana Mason from Johns Hopkins University (USA), Markus Wagner from the University of Vienna (Austria), and Shira Dvir Gvirsman, Tel Aviv University (Israel). 

The round table will take place in room S05 of the Mercè Rodoreda building at campus Cuitadella of the University Pompeu Fabra. 

Alternatively, the public can follow the round table online by connecting to the following Zoom link for the plenary round table.

The plenary roundtable is part of a 2-day series of workshops on Affective Polarization organized by RECSM's Director Mariano Torcal for global experts on the subject.

Please register using the online form here.