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Does Democracy have a Future in South Africa? ‘State Capture’ and Elite Politics
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Does Democracy have a Future in South Africa? ‘State Capture’ and Elite Politics

[MUSIC PLAYING] But Ivor has been writing on South Africa and issues of democracy and citizenship for many years now, and is a very prominent intellectual in the South African public sphere, which is a very vibrant public sphere, and

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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel III: Religion, Ethnicity & the Brazilian State
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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel III: Religion, Ethnicity & the Brazilian State

OK, we’re going to start. [INAUDIBLE] excuse me. I would like to present Geri Augusto, who is the person who will be leading this panel. Geri Augusto is the Gerard visiting associate professor of international and public affairs in Africana

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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel I: The Political Context in Brazil Today
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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel I: The Political Context in Brazil Today

Bruno Cavalier is a professor of Romance languages and literature, an affiliated professor in African and African-American studies and Urban Planning and Design at Harvard University. He has published widely on cities as lived and imagined spaces, with emphasis on

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Making Sense of Brazil’s 2018 Presidential Election
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Making Sense of Brazil’s 2018 Presidential Election

This evening, as part of a tradition for many, many years we’ve done at Brown to talk about the elections, I’m going to give a quick overview which will be 10 to 12 minutes about the history of Brazil in

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Democracy and Capitalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory
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Democracy and Capitalism – Seeing Beyond the Veil: Race-ing Key Concepts in Political Theory

BONNIE: And it’s a great honor to be here on this panel with these two great academics. Michael Dawson from the University of Chicago, whose first two books behind the mule race and class in African-American politics and black visions,

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A Note from the Margin: The Unsafe Spaces of Democracy
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A Note from the Margin: The Unsafe Spaces of Democracy

Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you all for being here. And thank you for coming to the first of our series of reaffirming university values– Campus Dialogue and Discourse. My name is Richard Locke. I’m a professor here in political

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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel V: Environmental Justice and the Right to Land
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Challenges to Brazilian Democracy Conference – Panel V: Environmental Justice and the Right to Land

[MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to our fifth panel of the conference. [INAUDIBLE] Again thank people who haven’t been here throughout, among them [? Leah Van Way ?] for helping us think about this conference and organizing it. [? Leah Van Way,

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Timothy Snyder ─ Ukraine: Democracy at the Edge
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Timothy Snyder ─ Ukraine: Democracy at the Edge

Good afternoon everybody. Thank you for coming. It’s great to see a packed house. My name is Tony Levitas. I’m a Senior fellow at the Watson Institute, and it’s my great pleasure and honor to welcome back to Brown Timothy

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