Speaker Series | 8 May, 18:00 | Florian Justwan (Idaho): Russian Disinformation as a Security Threat: Empirical Insights from the US
Where? Via Zoom Link, below
When? Monday, 8 May 2023 - 18:00-19:30
The ScienceCampus and Dr. Gerlinde Groitl look forward to welcoming you on Monday 8 May at 18:00 to 19:30 for the next public talk in the speaker series on transatlantic security issues "(In)Security: Europe and America in the Modern World". You can find more details of the series here.
The talk on 8 May takes place exceptionally at 18:00, with the remaining talks - either online or in person - taking place on Mondays throughout the summer semester at 14:15 to 15:45.
In this session Florian Justwan (University of Idaho, USA) will discuss the theme: Russian Disinformation as a Security Threat: Empirical Insights from the US
Zoom Link: https://uni-regensburg.zoom.us/j/69244496064?pwd=WnRZRVhGSmplUG1KeWlJanQyeU5FUT09
This series is open to members of the UR, IOS and ScienceCampus who are interested in the themes addressed throughout the semester or in particular talks.
Please sign up to the GRIPS course at UR to find related readings, speaker biographies, and details of the courses (Key: EuroAtlanticSecurity23). Some reading suggestions for the first talk are included below.