Brendan Hogan, Ph.D., a Master Teacher in the Global/Liberal Studies Program at NYU, is co-organizer and participant in a conference in Florence entitled Democratic Representation in Crisis: What kinds of theories for what kinds of research, and to what ends? The conference will be held on April 9 and 10 at NYU Florence, Villa La Pietra, and EUI, Villa La Fonte. See the bios of all the participants on the conference website, here.
Brendan Hogan Co-organizes Conference in Florence
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