The CEU Democracy Institute cordially invites you to the next event of the DI Seminar Series.
Professor Andrea Peto will discuss methodological and theoretical problems of researching history of ‘unholy women’s organizations’. She will argue that using invisibility as an analytical category can contribute to a different insight into the history of illiberalism.
What are the historical determinants of current levels of trust in public institutions? Does historically rooted trust explain individuals' compliance with government regulations? To evaluate these questions, the second talk by Michael T. Dorsch will examine the effect of historical Habsburg rule on contemporary levels of public trust and a variety of compliance outcomes.
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