NEW YORK – The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) continues to support fascinating discussions through virtual events. Among the events coming up is an across-the-aisle discussion of the 2020 election hosted by Johns Hopkins SNF Agora Institute and the Social Science Research Council on Wednesday, December 2,

The discussion, titled The 2020 Election and Its Aftereffects: Results, Reflections, and Reimagining a Path Forward, will explore what the U.S. presidential election tells us about the durability of American democracy.

A month after Election Day, the event brings together scholarly and public thinkers from across the ideological spectrum to provide interpretations of the election’s results, reflections on the transition of power, and ideas for what paths forward the major parties could take to restore a sense of common stake in our country’s future. The discussion will not only consider who won and why, but will also explore the deeper meaning for democracy in the United States and around the world.