Speaker: Adam Przeworski
On 23 June 2021, Professor Adam Przeworski* addressed his book Crises of Democracy (Cambridge University Press, 2019) in discussion with our panel, being the leaders of our research project: Associate Professor Adam Czarnota and Professor Martin Krygier, both of the University of New South Wales Faculty of Law & Justice, and Professor Wojciech Sadurski of the University of Sydney Law School.
The session was recorded and the archive edition is now available for viewing.^
The discussants take a tour of key themes from the book, then several of the international audience participated in the Q&A session (Q&A begins after about 1 hour).
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For those with a more limited download speed, an audio-only file is provided below.
Our project co-hosted this talk with the Network for Interdisciplinary Studies of Law.
^Recording was advised to all participants. Views expressed herein are those of the authors/speakers and are not necessarily those of the Australian Government, the Australian Research Council, or the individual’s parent institution.
*Adam Przeworski is the Carroll and Milton Professor Emeritus at New York University. Previously he taught at the University of Chicago, where he was the Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor, and held visiting appointments in India, Chile, France, Germany, Spain, and Switzerland. In addition to Crises of Democracy, his recent books include Why Bother with Elections? (Polity Press, 2018). He is the recipient of the 1985 Socialist Review Book Award, the 1998 Gregory M. Luebbert Article Award, the 2001 Woodrow Wilson Prize, the 2010 Lawrence Longley Award, the 2010 Johan Skytte Prize, the 2018 Sakip Sabanci Award, and the 2018 Juan Linz Prize..