Italian Election Roundtable

What happened? Why did it happen? How will this impact the E.U.? The refugee crisis? Italy overall? And how did Berlusconi avoid his prohibition on running for public office? Join us for this post-mortem on the Italian election.

Monday, March 12, 4:00pm-6:00pm.
World Forum, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania.

Matteo Salvini (AFP)
Silvio Berlusconi (Wikimedia)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Participants:

Mauro Calcagno, Director of Penn’s Center for Italian Studies

Alessandro Dovis, Assistant Professor of Economics at Penn

Giovanni Grasso (joining via Skype), journalist and communications counselor to Italian President Sergio Mattarella

Julia Lynch, Associate Professor of Political Science at Penn and co-director of PTESC

Federico Varese (joining via Skype), Professor of Criminology, Oxford University and candidate for the Italian Senate

 

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