This round-table on the Crisis in Catalonia was held at McGill University, on November 15, 2017.
You can view Carolina de Miguel’s PDF presentation here:
You can view Eric Guntermann’s PDF presentation here:
Who is to blame for the crisis in Catalonia? While we have all read competing claims in the media in recent weeks, rarely do we get to hear from academic experts on Catalan politics. The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship and the Jean Monnet Centre invited three scholars with in-depth knowledge on Catalonia to share their points of view on the crisis. They discussed recent Catalan political history as well as public opinion. The panelists used their in-depth knowledge of Catalan politics to suggest ways to solve the crisis.
This round table discussion on the ongoing crisis in Catalonia was moderated by Juliet Johnson from McGill University and featured the three following panelists, in order of appearance:
– Carolina de Miguel Moyer – Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto)
– [Not in the podcast] Ismael Vaccaro – Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and the McGill School of Environment
– Eric Guntermann – Postdoctoral researcher at the Research Chair in Electoral Studies at Université de Montréal