Cancel culture also at Slovak universities?
- Andrej Arpáš
- Radomír Masaryk
- Martin Škoviera
Andrej Arpáš lives in the United States. Graduate of New York's Columbia University, he had also served as a senator in the University-wide legislature. Andrej describes himself as a classical liberal, and speaks of the tectonic shifts underway in U.S. higher education. He warns that the situation on the ground somewhat resembles what Slovaks had been experiencing before the fall of Communism. Andrej will share his experiences from graduate school in the U.S., which finds itself increasingly swept up in the throes of "cancel culture", and bear witness to the alarming trends threatening the values of Western Democracy.