As part of the launch of the new Undergraduate Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, the Faculty of Human Sciences inaugurated the conference cycle "Intersecting Philosophy, Politics and Economics". Throughout the 2021/2022 academic year, PPE students attended academic sessions where they have contacted renowned personalities in the core subjects of the Program. In these sessions, political, economic and social issues that mark the national and international media agenda were discussed.
 

INVITED SPEAKERS:
 

Ryan Avent

Trade and International Economics Editor at The Economist

Open Lecture "The global economy after the pandemic"


 


Liliana Lobo de Carvalho

SIC Notícias Journalist

Open Lecture "Expressions of Information: Democracy at War in Europe"




 


Taneli Lahti

Head of Cabinet of the European Commissioner for International Partnerships Jutta Urpilainen

Open Lecture "International partnerships – new environment"


 


Dor Shapira

Ambassador of Israel to Portugal

Open Lecture "Opportunities and Challenges in the Middle East"


 

 


Vali Nasr

Majid Khadduri Professor of Middle East Studies and International Affairs from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies

Open Lecture "The changing geopolitics of the Middle East in light of American withdrawal from the region and the Ukraine war."


 


Kristin Kane 

Chargé d'Affaires of the American Embassy in Lisbon

Open Lecture "Democracy and Trans-Atlantic Relations"

 


 


Hasana Sharp

Associate Professor at McGill University, Department of Philosophy

Introduction to Political Theory Class

 

 


Daniel Weinstock

Professor at McGill’s Faculty of Law

Open Class “The Challenge of Populism Today”

 


 


Allan Katz

former Ambassador of the United States of America to Portugal

PPE Q&A session

 


 

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