9am - 4:45pm GMT
Wednesday 22 June 2022
Summer School: Populism, Gender and Political Identities
Our summer school features contributions from members of our Centre and high profile speakers, including Prof Gianfranco Baldini (University of Bologna, CBE research associate) and Prof Paolo Graziano (University of Padua). The Summer school is free to attend. We are particularly keen to welcome undergraduates, postgraduates and PhD researchers, from our Surrey community and other universities.
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09.00: Welcome (Alia Middleton, CBE Co-Director)
09.15-10.15: Gianfranco Baldini (Bologna). Opening presentation. “Female populist leadership: the Case of Giorgia Meloni”.
10.45-11.45: Roundtable: Populism, Gender and Political Identities. Chair: Amelia Hadfield (Head of Politics). Panellists: Gianfranco Baldini (Bologna), Paolo Graziano (CBE), Roula Nezi (CBE)
11.45-12.45: Paolo Graziano. Second presentation. “Crisis, Leadership and (Neo)populism”
14.00-15.00: Simona Guerra (CBE). Third presentation. “Highly-educated and diligently cohesive? An analysis of Italian women MPs in the current legislature”
15.30-16.30: Daniele Albertazzi and Donatella Bonansinga. Fourth presentation + Q and A. “Happy-Go-Lucky or Dancing with Wolves? Marine Le Pen on TikTok”
Q & A.
16.30: Amelia Hadfield (Head of Politics). Closing remarks.