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Return of the Repressed
Professor David Clay Large, Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies at U.C. Berkeley and Co-Director of Berkeley’s Austrian Studies Program will present a Wheeler Center lecture entitled “Return of the Repressed” Today's Europen Populism in Historical Perspective at 6 PM on September 26that the Hilton Garden Inn in Bozeman Montana. His lecture will focus on the emergence and current prominence of right-wing populism in Europe and the origin of these sentiments through the course of the twentieth-century.
Professor Large is currently Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies at U. C. Berkeley and Co-Director of Berkeley’s Austrian Studies Program. He is also Roger Boas Professor of History at the Fromm Institute, University of San Francisco.
Over a long academic career, David has taught at Berkeley, Smith College, Yale University, and Montana State University Bozeman. His latest book is a social and cultural history of the grand spas of Central Europe, a project that required rigorous field work at the resorts in question. David also works frequently in documentary-television, acting as consultant, scriptwriter, and talking-head for the BBC, PBS, NBC Sports, and various German networks.
An informed people is the basis of, and a necessity for, successful democratic government. The people of the United States are entitled to hear all sides to a question whether it be political, economic, social, racial or religious.
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The Burton K. Wheeler Center for Public Policy in Bozeman, MT, promotes the discussion, analysis and eventual resolution of critical issues facing Montana and the region. The Center holds conferences, sponsors research and lectures, publishes conference reports and maintains this webpage for Montanans and others who are seeking solutions to some of today's most pressing issues and problems.
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