Going Digital?
Bibliotheca Helvetica Romana
Herausgegeben von Jöelle Comé, Adrian Brändli
Bd. 37 Adrian Brändli, Giangiacomo Vale (Hg.)

Going Digital?

Citizen Participation and the Future of Direct Democracy

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Do new technologies represent a turning point? This question was the beginning of a project on modern direct democracy, which resulted in the DISPUTE conference "Past, Present and Future of Direct Democracy", which took place on October 19th and 20th, 2018 at the Istituto Svizzero in Rome. The event was designed as an exchange between Switzerland and Italy, with the political cultures of the two neighboring countries being put up for discussion as case studies. While Switzerland is often regarded as an exemplary case of modern direct democracy, in recent years Italy has had heated discussions about its representative institutions. This was the starting point for an international exchange across cultural, linguistic and disciplinary boundaries.

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Reihe Titel der Reihe - Bibliotheca Helvetica Romana
Seitenanzahl 288 arabisch
Abbildungen 2 s/w
Bindung E-Book
ISBN 978-3-7965-4204-6
Erscheinungsdatum 25.06.2020

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Adrian Brändli is Head of Research, Science and Innovation at the Istituto Svizzero in Rome. Holding a DPhil in Ancient History from the University of Oxford, he conducted research into the history of late antiquity and early Christianity with a particular emphasis on the social dynamics of religious conflicts.

Giangiacomo Vale is a researcher in Political Philosophy at the Faculty of Political Science of the Niccolò Cusano University of Rome. He obtained his PhD in Political Philosophy at the University of Insubria and the Diplôme d'Études Approfondies in Philosophy at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. His research is mainly concerned with European identity, federalist theory and the relationship between literature, aesthetics and politics.