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The Outlook for Democracy in Brazil

Thursday, October 25, 2018, 5:00-6:30 PM

Social Science Research Building, Room 122

Brazil, the world’s fourth largest democracy, is on the verge of electing a president with a proudly authoritarian agenda. If Jair Bolsonaro is elected on October 28, what does this mean for democracy in Brazil and elsewhere?


  • Brodwyn Fischer, History and Latin American Studies
  • Yanilda María González, Social Service Administration
  • Benjamin Lessing, Political Science
  • Andreas Glaeser, Sociology (Moderator)