The Future of American Democracy

19 January 2021 , 8.30pm - 9.45pm

Online Zoom Webinar

The 2020 United States presidential election was unprecedented in terms of voter turnout, number of votes cast and polarisation. The post-election period has been equally tumultuous with questions raised about the long-term consequences for the health and legitimacy of American democracy.

Join us for a spirited discussion on the future of American democracy by noted political and legal specialists from Yale University and Yale-NUS College.

Bryan Garsten, Professor of Political Science and Humanities, and Chair of the Humanities Program at Yale University.

Samuel Moyn, Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence at Yale Law School and Professor of History at Yale University.

Benjamin Schupmann, Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (Political Science) at Yale-NUS College.

Nomi Claire Lazar, Associate Professor of Social Sciences (Politics) and Associate Dean of Faculty (Curriculum) at Yale-NUS College.


This webinar was organised by Yale-NUS College and the Dean of Faculty Office.

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