In her chapter in Democratic Crisis Revisited, our Co-director Renata Uitz explores how traces of dissent have been erased from the public square in Hungary.
She also brings the visual and constitutional record into conversation, explores the workings of identity politics, and touches upon the politics of futility.
This volume illuminates the multiple dimensions of the current crisis of democracy in Europe in an empirical and conceptual way. It combines context-specific case studies of examples from all over Europe and especially from Eastern Europe with a theoretical reconceptualization of the concept of democracy.
Learn more about the book here.