Student-led protests in Hong Kong; violence in Kashmir; the tumult of Brexit; calls for impeachment in the U.S.: in 2019, issues of nationalism, sovereignty, and the rise of authoritarian populism dominate the news cycle. How can we make sense of these events, their causes and consequences? Join the History Department for a panel in which participants will offer a historical vantage point to better understand the contemporary moment. The discussion will feature History faculty members Sarah King, Ling Ma, Peter Samuels, and Yvonne Seale, with Prof. Justin Behrend moderating. Join us for a stimulating conversation.
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