"Inequality, Elections and the American society amidst the Coronavirus": Main Annual Event

16 June 2020, 10:00 
 
"Inequality, Elections and the American society amidst the Coronavirus": Main Annual Event
 
"Inequality, Elections and the American society amidst the Coronavirus": Main Annual Event
 
Tuesday, June 16th | 10:00 | via Zoom & FB live
 
 
In addition to a global epidemic that is still taking its toll, the United States is facing a social divide that repeatedly brings civil unrest and a polarized political system - all before the decisive stages of the 2020 presidential election.
 
What does the future hold for the American superpower? Are the corona and social polarization representing the end of the American century or a moment of opportunity and renewal? 
Join us via Zoom or FB for an in-depth conversation in an attempt to answer these questions.
 
10:00 - Research America, from Israel
 
Dr. Udi Sommer (Tel-Aviv University) in a special talk with the 2020 Israel Prize winner, Prof. Avi Ben-Zvi (University of Haifa)
 
11:00 - America After Corona | A Panel Discussion
 
Prof. Avi Ben Zvi (University of Haifa)
U.S. foreign policy and Israeli-American Relations
Prof. Sigal Alon (Tel Aviv University)
Racial Inequality and Unrest
Dr. Taylor Johnston (Tel Aviv University)
Literature and the Arts After Corona
Prof. Michael Zakim (Tel Aviv University)
 
 
 
 

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