Roundtable debate with the President of Iceland on ‘Nationalism, Populism and Globalization – Nordic Perspectives’ – University of Copenhagen

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24 January 2017

Roundtable debate with the President of Iceland on ‘Nationalism, Populism and Globalization – Nordic Perspectives’

Tomorrow, 25 January, professor Marlene Wind, professor Ian Manners, professor Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen and associate professor Jens Ladefoged will attend a roundtable debate with, among others, the President of Iceland Guðnu Jóhannesen and Rector Ralf Hemmingsen. The debate takes place at ‘Festsalen’ 11:45-12:30 (pelase note that the deadline for registration has expired). The entire event will be in English.

As an introduction, the President of Iceland will give a short presentation with the title; ’Nationalism, Populism and Globalization – Nordic Perspectives’. The subsequent roundtable debate will include reflections, viewpoints and questions from and among the participants. Rector Ralf Hemmingsen will be the moderator of the debate. 

H.R.H. Crown prince Frederik and H.R.H. Crown princess Mary will be present at the event.

List of participants at the roundtable debate:

Ralf Hemmingsen, The Rector of Copenhagen University
Guðnu Jóhannesen, The President of Iceland
Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson, Minister for foreign affairs
Dr. Hulda Þórisdóttir, Associate Professor in Psychology and Political Science, University of Iceland
Einar Már Guðmundsson, Author
Rósa Magnúsdóttir, Associate Professor at Aarhus University
Bo Lidegaard, Former Editor of Politiken 
Nils Christian Wang, Admiral 

List of participants from the University of Copenhagen:

Rasmus Mølgård Mariager, Associate Professor of History, Faculty of Humanities
Joseph Goddard, Associate Professor of English, Faculty of Humanities
Dorte Sindberg, Professor, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Jens Ladefoged, Associate Professor of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Geir Helgesen, Director of Nordic Institute of Asian Studies
Anders Wivel, Professor, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Marlene Wind, Professor, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Ulf Hedetoft, Dean at Faculty of Humanities
Mette Nøhr Claushøj, External Associate Professor, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Ian Manners, Professor, Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences
Nils Holtug, Professor of Political Philosophy, Department of Media, Cognition and Communication
Mikkel Vedby Rasmussen, Professor, Head of Department of Political Science