Symptoms of Populism in Europe [F-20-12]
|Location:||Link to a pre-recorded course, posted below in the course description|
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The first part of this course will be a 60-minute lecture, which will be available Tuesday 10/13.
The audience has until Monday 10/19 to email their questions/comments to Mert Kartal at firstname.lastname@example.org
The second part of the course, the Q&A video, will be available 10/26.
Description: This course is designed to introduce two separate (but unavoidably related) symptoms of populism in Europe. In a sixty-minute pre-recorded lecture, we will focus on (i) the impact of “Syrian refugee flows” on European politics, and (ii) the causes and (potential) consequences of “Brexit.” Upon completing the lecture, you will have the option to send your questions/comments to the presenter, who will then record another session to address these questions/comments.
Dr. Mert Kartal earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014 and served as an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for five years. In 2019, he was a guest researcher at the University of Gothenburg’s Quality of Government Institute. His research focuses on international organizations and good governance. As assistant professor of government at St. Lawrence, he teaches courses on international relations, the European Union, and political corruption.
Special Instructions: The link to the pre-recorded lecture will be posted on Tuesday, 10/13. The link to the pre-recorded Q&A will be posted on Monday, 10/26.