Leiden University’s Central and East European Studies Center cordially invites you to attend the roundtable
Challenges to Liberal Democracy: Slovakia and the Czech Republic
- Date: Wednesday 27 September 2017
- Time: 16:00-17:30
- Venue: Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, Schouwburgstraat 2, auditorium A0.06
- Darina Malová, Department of Political Science, Comenius University Bratislava
- Tomas Cirhan, CEES.center (Institute of Political Science, Leiden University)
- Chair: Dr. Antoaneta Dimitrova, CEES.center (Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University)
Darina Malová is full Professor at the department of Political Science of Comenius University in Bratislava. Her research interests include the democratization, ethnic and minority issues, gender, nationalism and extremism. Her works have been published in a number of edited volumes and academic journals, including West European Politics, European Journal of Political Research, Problems of Post-Communism, Political Psychology. She is past or current member of several Editorial boards of journal in domestic and European journals, for example Austrian Journal of Political Science, West European Politics, Austrian Journal of Political Science, Studia Politica Slovaca, East Central Europe–L’Europe du center-Est.
Tomas Cirhan is presently a PhD candidate in Political Science at the Institute of Political Science. His main research interests are new anti-establishment parties, post-communist party systems and rise of populist politics in Central Eastern Europe. In his current doctoral research, he focuses on explaining success of new Czech anti-establishment party called ANO, adopting a party organizational approach to determine factors responsible for repeated electoral success of this party. He recently published articles about career backgrounds of political elites in Czech Journal of Political Science and is currently publishing an article about alternative party member types in new Czech parties.
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