Julia Cagé is currently an Associate Professor of Economics at Sciences Po, Paris. She is the author of an internationally acclaimed book The Price of Democracy (Harvard UP, 2020) and a leading European scholar in the fields of political participation, media economics and political attitudes.
As the Arne Næss Chair at SUM, Cagé will share her experiences and knowledge with researchers and students at the University of Oslo at the Arne Næss Symposium on 23 September, where she will feature as the keynote speaker.
Julia Cagé is one of the most original young scholars working on renewing democracy and on social and environmental justice today, says Nina Witoszek, director of the Arne Næss Programme at SUM, UiO.
The Arne Næss Symposium
Depending on the development of the Covid-19 pandemic, we hope to host the Arne Næss Symposium physically with Cagé present this fall.
The event will be filmed.
The Arne Næss Programme
We draw on, and critically develop, the intellectual legacy after Norway’s greatest ecophilosopher, researcher and environmental activist.