Lecture | Master class
Berlusconi and Italian Populism
- Tuesday 5 March 2019
2311 VL Leiden
- Conference room (2.60)
The Research School for Political History and the History Institute of Leiden University organize a master class and lecture with prof. Giovanni Orsina. Giovanni Orsina is Professor of Contemporary History and Director of the School of Government at Luiss-Guido Carli University, Rome. At the School, he is the Director of the Master in European Studies. At Luiss, he is also the Director of the International centre on democracies and democratisations (Icedd). He was a visiting scholar at the University of Oxford, Sciences Po Paris, and the ENS Cachan. He is a founding member and the vice-president of the Association for Political History. Orsina is the author of five monographs and about fifty essays and the editor of thirteen volumes or journal special issues on Twentieth-century European politics, published in Italian, English, French, German, and Spanish.
Prof. Henk te Velde (Leiden University) will introduce Giovanni Orsina.
The master class is open for PhD candidates and research master.
Research masters can obtain 1 ECTS.
Registration: before 26 February 2019 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Date and location : Leiden, Doelensteeg 16, Huizinga Building, conference room 13.00 – 15.45 hrs.
Lecture 'Berlusconi and Italian Populism'
Prof. Giovanni Orsina will give a key note on Berlusconi and Italian populism.
He will be introduced by prof. Henk te Velde. After the lecture, you are invited for drinks.
Registration is not requested.
Date and location: Leiden, Doelensteeg 16, Huizinga building, Conference Room, 16.00 – 17.15 hrs.