Is Democracy Perishing? Research on the new populism. "Meet the Scientist" with Michael Zürn at Humboldt Lab Berlin
As part of the "Meet the Scientist" series, SCRIPTS director Prof. Michael Zürn presents research on authoritarian populism and answer questions from visitors of the Humboldt Lab in Berlin (in German). An event organised by the Humboldt Lab of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Live & on site on 24 March 2022 at 4 and 5 p.m. respectively (local time).
About this lecture
A distinction is often made between left-wing and potentially democratising populism and right-wing and undemocratic populism. However, Michael Zürn suggests that this view fails to recognise the core of the real challenge to democracy. Namely, it is primarily authoritarian populists who have come to power and then also undermine democracy. Authoritarian populists have a broad ideology that attacks the weaknesses of existing democracy. They are particularly dangerous when they challenge the liberal truth regime.
About the visit at Humboldt Lab
A free ticket slot has to be booked in advance here.
The Humboldt Lab is located inside of the Humboldt Forum, 1st floor. Lifts are available.
For this event, the 2G plus rule applies: In addition to the vaccination or convalescent proof, a current antigen rapid test (not older than 24 hours) or a booster vaccination must be proven. Valid vaccination certificates or convalescence certificates must be presented digitally or in paper form as proof.
Time & Location
Mar 24, 2022 | 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Humboldt Labor im Humboldt Forum Berlin