Czech Society & Democracy Today: a Talk from Dr. Martina Klicperová-Baker

Room 2.05

Dr. Martina Klicperová-Baker, senior research scholar at the Institute of Psychology (Czech Academy of Sciences), will visit AAU on Friday, March 8, from 9:45 am to 11 am, in room 2.05, to speak on Czech society and democracy within the context of Central Europe and the refugee crisis.

Klicperová-Baker is founder and head of the Political Psychology-Psychology of Democracy section of the Czech-Moravian Psychology Society. She has served as principal investigator or national coordinator on multiple federally and EU-funded projects dealing with democratic culture, democratic transition, and post-totalitarian experience. Her research centers primarily around political psychology and prosocial behavior & civility.

The lecture is open all.