A workshop co-hosted by the Latin American Centre and the African Studies Centre (OSGA), the Rothermere American Institute and the Middle East Centre at St Antony’s College.
9.00 – WELCOMING REMARKS/ at the Nissan Lecture Theatre
9.05 – 10.30: SESSION 1
Studying Populism: 50 Years after Ionescu and Gellner
Hans-Jürgen Puhle, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
The Place of Populism in Ernest Gellner’s Oeuvre
David Gellner, All Souls, Oxford
Chair: Eduardo Posada-Carbó, LAC
10.30-10.45: Coffee break
10.45 -12.45: SESSION 2
The United States, Europe/Greece, and Latin America/Mexico
Jennifer Luff, Durham University; Stathis Kalyvas, All Souls; and Alan Knight, St Antony’s
Chair: Adam Smith, Rothermere American Institute
14-15-16.15: SESSION 3
India, Egypt and Africa
Louise Tillin, King’s College London; Walter Armbrust, St Antony’s College; and William Beinart, St Antony’s College.
Chair: Nandini Gooptu, St Antony’s
16.15-17.00 Coffee break
17.00-18.30 – SESSION 4/ at the Investcorp Lecture Theatre
Round table: 50 Years After Ionescu and Gellner’s Populism: What Have We Learned?
Edward Mortimer, All Souls, Oxford; Ralph Schroeder, Oxford Internet Institute, and Jan Zielonka, St Antony’s
Chair: David Doyle, St Hugh’s