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PANEL BE4
Belarus Rising
Understanding Anti-Regime Action in Belarus in 2020

Wedesday May 4, 8.30-10.00 AM ET 

Session 1

Wednesday (May 4):
8.30-10.00 AM ET

CHAIR

Olga Onuch

(U of Manchester, UK)

olga.onuch@manchester.ac.uk

 

PAPERS

Tatsiana Kulakevich

(U of South Florida, US)

tkulakevich@usf.edu

Anti-Authoritarian Learning: An Examination of the Prospects for

Democratization in Belarus Based on a Study of Polish Solidarity

 

Sasha de Vogel 

(NYU, US)

sldv@umich.edu

Anti-Opposition Crackdowns and Protest:

The Case of Belarus, 2000-2019

 

Emma Matteo  

(U of Oxford, UK)

emma.mateo@balliol.ox.ac.uk

“All of Belarus Has Come Out Onto the Streets”:

Exploring Nationwide Protest and the Role of Pre-Existing Social Networks

 

Sébastien Michiels

(Grande Ecole d’Economie et de la Statistique, France)

sebastien.michiels@ensae.fr

Flowers, Tractors and Telegram: Who Are the Protesters in Belarus?

A Survey Based Assessment of Anti-Lukashenka Protest Participants

 

 

DISCUSSANT

Jan Kubik  

(Rutgers U, US) 

kubik@polisci.rutgers.edu

Belarus