Thursday, October 25, 2018

Panel Discussion: The Outlook for Democracy in Brazil

Brazil, the world’s fourth largest democracy, is on the verge of electing a president with a proudly authoritarian agenda. If Jair Bolsonaro is elected on October 28, what does this mean for democracy in Brazil and elsewhere?

Brodwyn Fischer, History and Latin American Studies
Yanilda María González, Social Service Administration
Benjamin Lessing, Political Science
Andreas Glaeser, Sociology (Moderator)

Organized by:
The Center for Latin American Studies
The Chicago Center on Democracy
The Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory
The Program on Political Violence at CPOST

Date: Thursday, October 25, 2018
Time: 5:00 – 6:30pm CDT
Location: Social Science Research Building, Room 122. (1126 East 59th Street)