“The 2020 Election Crisis in Global Perspective,” March 5 Panel Discussion

 03/05/2021

A variation on our regular Friday talks, a panel of scholars from around the globe (see below) will join Kinder Institute Chair and MU Professor of History Jay Sexton on March 5 at 3:30pm via Zoom to discuss how America’s current electoral crisis is being understood abroad and place it in a frame of reference beyond U.S. presidential politics. What damage is being done to the liberal international order and how does the volatility experienced in other polities relate and compare to recent events in America? You can sign in for the panel, which will take a webinar format, at the time of the event using this link.

Bheki R. Mngomezulu, University of the Western Cape

Fumiko Nishizaki, University of Tokyo

Erika Pani, Colegio de Mexico

Jay Sexton, University of Missouri

Adam I.P. Smith, University of Oxford