The sessions of the Max Weber lectures will take place in the Getafe Campus of Carlos III University. All sessions are held at 17:30h in the room indicated in each case.

Oct 31 | Room 18.1.A09
Stathis Kalyvas / All Souls College, Oxford
Populism and Democracy
Dec 13 | Room 18.1.A08
Sascha Becker / University of Warwick & CAGE
Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Jan 31 | Room 18.1.A09
Jeremy Adelman (Princeton University)
Does Global Integration Undermine Democracy?
May 29 | Room 18.1.A09
Andreas Wimmer (Columbia University)
Domains of Diffusion. How Culture and Institutions Travel Around the World and With What Consequences
15/3/2018 - 17:30h aula 18.1.A08
Michael Biggs / St Cross College, University of Oxford
Collective Protest and Elite Colleges: The U.S. Anti-War Movement in the 1960s
31/5/2018 - 17:30h aula 18.1.A02
Adam Przeworski / New York University
Crises of Democracy
30/11/2018 - 17:30h aula 18.1.A02
Timothy J. Hatton / University of Essex and Australian National University
Public Opinion on Immigration in Europe: Preference versus Salience
5/10/2017 - 17:00h aula 18.1.A02
Peter H. Lindbert / University of California, Davis
The Rise and Future of Progressive Redistribution
26/9/2017 - 17:00h aula 18.1.A08
Diego Gambetta / University of Oxford
Engineers of Jihad. The Curious Connection between Education and Extremism
1/6/2017 - 17:00h aula 18.0.A04
David Stasavage / New York University
The Rise of Western Democracy: Why it Happened in Europe and Not China or the Middle East
18/5/2017 - 17:30h aula 18.0.A04
John Joseph Wallis / University of Maryland
What Institutions Are
21/4/2017
Delia Baldasarri / New York University
Interethnic Relationships in Contemporary Communities: How does Diversity Affect Solidarity and Cooperation?
19712/2016
Branko Milanovic / Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality, Graduate Center, CUNY
Inequality in the Age of Globalization
5/10/2016
Nicholas Crafts / University of Warwick and CAGE
A Vision of the Growth Process in a Technologically Progressive Economy: the United States, 1899-1941