This year’s collection challenges long-held assumptions about democracy, human history, and American exceptionalism, as well as current understandings of populism and a more assertive Russia.
Category Archive: Reading List
By Jennifer Raymond Dresden, Ph.D., Associate Director As we bid farewell (and good riddance) to 2020, we here […]
By Jennifer Raymond Dresden, Ph.D., Associate Director Just when you thought book lists had wrapped up with the […]
By Matison Hearn-Desautels This Thanksgiving, whether you be settling into your cozy Amtrak seat, your living room sofa, […]
Jennifer Raymond Dresden, Ph.D.
It turns out that yesterday was not the busiest air travel day of the year in the United States. Neither is Sunday. (I know, I’m shocked too.) Statistics don’t help you much, though, if you’re currently stuck in an airport, sandwiched between your fellow disgruntled passengers in an overcrowded waiting area, or on a train or bus just trying to get to a loved one’s home for Turkey Day.
Never fear, though, we here at the Democracy & Governance Program have got you covered. While you’re in the air, on the rails, or on the road (assuming you’re not doing the driving), here are a few of the best democracy & governance reads from around the web the last few weeks.