GSAS 150: Democracy and the Rise of Authoritarianism

GSAS 150: Democracy and the Rise of Authoritarianism
6 pm

Meistersaal, Köthener Str. 38, 10963 Berlin


GSAS 150: Democracy and the Rise of Authoritarianism

Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences is celebrating its 150th anniversary!

Join Fiona Hill, AM ’91, PhD ’98, senior fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings Institute and former official at the US National Security Council specializing in Russian and European affairs, and Daniel Ziblatt, AM ’10, Eaton Professor of Government at Harvard University and director of the Transformations of Democracy research unit at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center in Berlin, as they explore how the erosion of norms, trust, and tolerance threatens contemporary democracy and the ways governments, civil society organizations, universities, the private sector, and citizens can work in solidarity to push back against authoritarian threats and reinforce democratic governance.

Following the speaking program, enjoy drinks and a festive reception over stimulating conversations with fellow alumni and friends The event will take place in the historic Meistersaal near Potsdamer Platz.

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Questions? Visit the event website or contact the GSAS Office of Alumni Relations for further assistance.