Plenary Speakers

Prof. İlter Turan

Emeritus Professor of Political Science
Bilgi University
Turkey

President's Plenary (24 July): Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism

Prof. Cynthia Enloe

Research Professor
Clark University
United States

Plenary (25 July): Patriarchy is Bigger than Donald Trump

Prof. David P. Forsythe

Charles J. Mach Distinguished Professor of Political Science
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
United States

Plenary (23 July): The Future of Human Rights in an Era of Narrow Nationalism: The Margin for Cross Border Concern and Action

Prof. Lisa Hill

Professor of Politics
University of Adelaide
Australia

Plenary (22 July): Australia's Democratic Innovations

Mr. Antony Green

Adjunct Professor
University of Sydney
Australia

Plenary (22 July): Australia's Democratic Innovations

Dr. Maria Esperanza Casullo

Associate Professor
Universidad Nacional de Río Negro in Argentina
Argentina

Plenary (24 July):  Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism

Prof. Duncan McDonnell

Professor: School of Government and International Relations
Griffith University
Australia

Plenary (24 July): Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism

Prof. Pippa Norris

Paul F. McGuire Lecturer in Comparative Politics
Harvard University
United States

Plenary (24 July): Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism

Prof. Leonardo Morlino

Professor of Political Science
Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS)
Italy

Plenary (24 July):  Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism

Prof. Ersin Kalaycıoğlu

Professor of Political Science
Sabanci University
Turkey

Plenary (24 July):  Challenging the Borders of Liberal Democracy: The Global Rise of Populism