EVENT: Communism, Fascism, Radical Islam & America: Illiberalism There & Then and Here & Now
Livestreaming Thursday, November 11, at 11am ET
COMMUNISM, FASCISM, RADICAL ISLAM & AMERICA
Illiberalism There & Then and Here & Now
Livestreaming Thursday, November 11, at 11am ET / 8am PT
In recent years a new illiberalism has emerged in America. A number of thinkers and journalists have remarked on the similarities between this new American illiberalism and other intolerant systems. We have brought together four of them to reflect on their lived experience and/or understanding of Soviet and Chinese Communism, Argentinian Fascism, Radical Islam, and the parallels to current American trends.
Register for the livestream on November 11 at 11:00am ET / 8:00am PT and you’ll receive a link and a reminder on the day of the event.
Izabella Tabarovsky is a senior program associate with the Kennan Institute (Wilson Center) and a contributing writer at Tablet Magazine.
Martin Gak has a PhD in philosophy and is interested in rules and the way in which action is guided. His research work sits at the crossroad of political, law, morals, religion, and design.
Erec Smith is an Associate Professor of Rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania and co–founder of Free Black Thought. He is also a Senior Fellow for the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) and a Writing Fellow for Heterodox Academy.
Lee Jussim is a Distinguished Professor and Chair in the Psychology Department at Rutgers University.