Max Goplerud received his Ph.D. from the Department of Government at Harvard University in 2020. At CES, he was a Graduate Student Affiliate and Co-chair of the Seminar on Populism. CES spoke to him about finalizing his dissertation during the pandemic and his plans for the future.
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In her new book, How It All Vegan, Nina Gheihman aims to educate, but also illustrate veganism’s incredible development over time. “Whether you agree with it or not, I think vegan entrepreneurs have really affected the popular culture and are shifting us towards a more plant-based diet. And I wanted to tell their story.”
Peter A. Hall is Krupp Foundation professor of European studies at Harvard University and the editor with Michèle Lamont of Successful Societies and Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era. Rosemary CR Taylor is associate professor of sociology and community health at Tufts University and has written widely on epidemics, past and present.
The short- and long-term effects of the pandemic on immigrant workers depend on policies which vary substantially across western-European countries.
Art Goldhammer, CES Local Affiliate, comments on the COVID rescue plans put forth by European leaders.
Bart Bonikowski, CES Resident Faculty, comments that trends toward greater polarization of nationalism are likely to persist.