After rights in Britain’s hostile environment: Who is the subject of the rights of the citizen?
Political Theory Seminars:
February 17 from 11:00-13:00: Aurélia Bardon (University of Konstanz) and Jennifer Page (University of Zurich), “How should the state respond to cultural appropriation? Prohibition vs recognition.” CSS 1.0.10.
February 28 from 14:00-16:00: Signe Rehling Larsen (University of Oxford), “Imagining Europe.” CSS 4.2.50 (Organized in cooperation with Center for European Politics).
March 22 from 14:30-16:00: Political Theory Seminar: Andrew Schaap (Exeter), "After rights in Britain’s hostile environment: Who is the subject of the rights of the citizen?" CSS 8.0.27.
March 29 from14:30-16:00: Political Theory Seminar: Stephanie Erev: “Wild and Noisy Thinking: Vital Critique and Climate Pandemonium.” CSS 8.0.27.
April 13 from 15:00-17:00: Political Theory Seminar: Fabio Wolkenstein (Universität Wien), “Ethics and Affect in Resistance to Democratic Regressions.” CSS 4.2.50.
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