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BIPR | Democratic Recession in Central Europe: Causes and Prospects
Democratic Recession in Central Europe: Causes and Prospects

November 4, 2021 - 18:30

Adéla Gjuricová, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic

Democratic Recession in Central Europe: Causes and Prospects
History of the Present Series and Patrick McCarthy Memorial Series on Intellectuals and Politics

hosted by Professor Mark Gilbert

Adéla Gjuricová
Academy of Science of the Czech Republic

Adéla Gjuricová is a senior researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague.

Gjuricová focuses on politics and society during the late socialist era, the 1989 revolutions and post-communist transformations in Central Europe. She is the head of the Institute's Political History Department and of the Working Group on Parliaments in Transition. Currently she leads the "City as a Laboratory of Change", a large interdisciplinary project within the Strategy AV21 scheme of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

Gjuricová is co-author of Rozdeleni minulostí: Vytvárení politických identit v Ceské republice po roce 1989 [Divided by the Past: Political Identities in the Czech Republic after 1989] (Prague, Václav Havel Library 2011), Lebenswelten von Abgeordneten in Europa 1860-1990 [The Life-Worlds of Members of Parliament, 1860-1990] (Düsseldorf, KGParl – Droste 2014) and Návrat parlamentu: Ceši a Slováci ve Federálním shromáždení 1989-1992 [The Return of Parliament: The Czechs and Slovaks in the Federal Assembly 1989-1992] (Prague, Argo – ÚSD AV CR 2018).

All events will be held in hybrid mode. SAIS Europe students, faculty, and staff are allowed to attend in person in the Auditorium.
External guests are welcome to participate by registering for the online webinar using the link below.






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Oct 28
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Democratic Recession in Central Europe: Causes and Prospects
Nov 04
Adéla Gjuricová
Academy of Science of the Czech Republic



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