• Public lecture by Prof. Jane Mansbridge

    DemocracyNet is glad to invite you to the public lecture “Recursive Representation in the Shadow of Populism” by Prof. Jane Mansbridge (Harvard Kennedy School) The lecture will take place on Monday, September 9, 2019, from 10.00 to 11.30 am at the University of Zurich, Auditorium AFL-F-121, Affolternstrasse 56 (Oerlikon). Coffee, tea and croissants offered by the IPZ peer-group poliTics from 9:30 am in the hall of the building (Olivenhalle). More information about this event, which will open a two-days DemocracyNet and DPDS workshop on “Political Representation in Democratic Systems,” here: https://democracynet.eu/ws2019/. Funding by the UZH Graduate Campus via a GRC Short Grant is gratefully acknowledged.

  • Video: A Return to Basic Research in the Study of Democracy

    The public lecture “A Return to Basic Research in the Study of Democracy” by Prof. Jean-Paul Gagnon (Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra) took place on September 13, 2018 at the University of Zurich. You can find the video of the event below. We thank the Chair of Political Philosophy and the Chair of Democracy and Public Governance of the University of Zurich for their support, as well as the Peer-Group poliTics (ETH/UZH) for offering the following apéro. The lecture took place in the framework of the DemocracyNet research workshop “Democratic Participation: theoretical and empirical perspectives.”

  • Public Lecture: “A Return to Basic Research in the Study of Democracy”

    On September 13, 2018, Prof. Jean-Paul Gagnon (Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, University of Canberra) will give a public lecture on his research in democratic theory, “A Return to Basic Research in the Study of Democracy” University of Zurich Rämistrasse 59, 8001 Zurich Lecture hall RAA-G-15 18:30 – 20:00 Free entrance Apéro The public lecture is organized by DemocracyNet in collaboration with the Chair of Political Philosophy, the Center for Ethics, and the Chair of Democracy and Public Governance of the University of Zurich. Apéro sponsored by the Peer-Group poliTics It is part of the workshop “Democratic participation: theoretical and empirical perspectives” co-organized by DemocracyNet and the Doctoral Program…