venerdì 15 luglio 2011

Citizenship after Orientalism / Call for Papers

The Oecumene project is pleased to announce its first Symposium Citizenship after Orientalism (6-11 February 2012, The Open University, Milton Keynes - UK).The Symposium will include: A Conference ‘Opening the Boundaries of Citizenship’, CFP now open (deadline 12 Sept 2011); An International PhD School ‘Tracing Colonialism and Orientalism in Social and Political Thought’, we are receiving applications until 12 Sept 2011;A series of workshops addressing specific topics on critical new ways of conceptualising citizenship (mainly by invitation, although there are some places available).Keynote speakers: Judith Butler (University of California, Berkeley), Paul Gilroy (LSE), Bryan Turner (CUNY), Engin Isin (The Open University). PhD School Conveners: Ian Almond (Georgia State University), Roberto Dainotto (Duke University).The first Symposium will explore what it means to open up the boundaries of citizenship. How can we give an account of other ways of being political? Which political practices have been rendered inarticulable as political by exclusionary ideas of citizenship? These questions seem most relevant today, in light of the contemporary re-articulation of orientalist and colonial projects, the increasing popular discontent towarhttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifds renewed exclusionary logics, and the contested meanings of democratic politics across boundaries. The call for papers and applications are now open. For further details please visit our website: www.oecumene.eu

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