Topic: American Democracy in Crisis: Historical and Comparative Perspectives
Moderator: Toby Yuen-Gen Liang (associate research fellow, IHP, Academia Sinica; adjunct associate professor, Dept. of History, NTU; Fulbright grant to Syria)
Margaret Rung (field: history of American social movements; professor, History, Roosevelt University; visiting Fulbright lecturer [Jan.–Jul., 2021], NTU)
Eiichiro Azuma (field: Asian-American history; associate professor, Dept. of History, University of Pennsylvania; visiting associate professor [Feb.–Jul., 2021], NCCU)
Lane Demas (field: African-American history; professor, Dept. of History, Central Michigan University; visiting Fulbright lecturer [Feb.–Jul., 2021], NCCU)
Jimmy Chia-Shin Hsu (field: democratization in Taiwan; associate research professor, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica)
Date: May 11 (Tue.), 2021, 17:30 p.m.–20:00 p.m.
Venue: Department of History, NTU
Organizers: World History Research Center, IHP, and Department of History, NTU
Attendees are required to register (https://forms.gle/u6T5A1Tbtfwq68gDA). The registration deadline is May 11. As seating is limited, registration may be closed once maximum capacity has been reached.