Rokkan Symposium: Resisting Authoritarianism
The symposium develops on the themes discussed in the Rokkan Memorial Lecture on the preceding day (Wednesday, October 26). Five speakers will discuss different aspects of authoritarianism and autocratization processes in both democracies and non-democracies, and the symposium will conclude with a roundtable with the panelists on the symposium theme.
0930-1050: Panel 1
Chair: Kristin Strømsnes
Kathleen Klaus (Uppsala University) "The legacies of political violence and implications for peacebuilding: Evidence from Kenya"
Kyle Marquardt (University of Bergen) "How popular are autocrats? Estimating support for Russia's president"
1105-1145: Panel 2
Chair: Kyle Marquardt
Diana Kudaibergenova (University of Cambridge) "Protesting under authoritarianism: Defining regime-society relations"
1315-1435: Panel 3
Chair: Per Selle
Sirianne Dahlum (University of Oslo) "How deeply rooted is mass support for democracy? Evidence from Norway"
Yuko Sato (University of Gothenburg) “Resisting autocratization in the Age of Polarization.”
1500-1530: Roundtable "Resisting authoritarianism"
Chair: Sheri Berman (Barnard College, Columbia University)
Scientific Committee: Kristin Strømsnes, Per Selle, Kyle Marquardt
Registration is mandatory. Please, register by 20 October. Note that there is a limited number of seats.