Unique & United – European Identity between National Past and Global Future, University of Berkeley, 27. April 2017

Nana Walzer speaks in this lecture about political communication in an age of populism and how European identities can cooperate in a unified Europe at the University of Berkeley, Institute for Race and Gender.

The speech refers to the communicative constitution of identity, to forms of creating social connections, to contemporary models of identity and to transcultural principles for a possible global society. The “European Declaration” delivers a practical example for communicating the basic principles for the development of such an inclusive, cooperative and healthy society based on “human identity”.