Keynote lectures by Walter Mignolo and Saba Mahmood. The possibility of conceiving practices of citizenship after orientalism points to experiments that uncover, rearticulate and provoke subjugated forms of politics. Through addressing the intersections between orientalism, colonialism and citizenship panel 1 , exploring possibilities of democratic politics for decolonizing citizenship panel 2 and troubling universal claims to rights panel 3 , we ask what images of citizenship are emerging in relation to the process of deorientalization?
It is this experimentation itself, rather than its outcomes, that constitutes 'citizenship after orientalism' as a field of investigation. The main objectives of the conference are to encourage interdisciplinary and international reflection and exchange on core human rights dilemmas pertaining to group autonomy. It also aims to raise public awareness on human rights issues which are key concerns of researchers and programs at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights.
For most political and legal theorists who reflect on diversity and multiculturalism the nation-state is the natural environment in which questions of difference have to be resolved. To be a liberal theorist or a multi-culturalist, in most cases, is to be a liberal or multicultural nationalist.
Yet, the nation state, as a formation encompassing a culturally unified people, is now straining under the challenges of globalization and the revolution in communication technology.
This conference will consider the dynamic changes that are currently taking place with respect to cultural and religious diversity as a result of the explosion in communication, address the conflicts they give rise to, and discuss the ramifications for law and politics. For more information, contact debeen law. The annual conference of the Center for the Study of Citizenship at Wayne State University will be on the theme of "The Meaning of Citizenship", and will take place on March , The perspective of the conference is global, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary and proposals on any aspect of citizenship studies are welcome from scholars working in any discipline or interdisciplinary field.
Abstracts of no more than words are welcomed for consideration. Both panel proposals and individual submissions are welcome.
In Ethnic Identity and Minority Protection: Designation, Discrimination, and Brutalization, Thomas W. Simon examines a new framework for considering ethnic. Editorial Reviews. Review. In Ethnic Identity and Minority Protection: From Designation to Brutalization, Thomas Simon takes his stand with those philosophers.
Some scholarships will be available for international scholars to help defray their travel costs. Remote presentation of papers and remote participation will also be available. Questions should be directed to Marc W. Kruman, aa wayne.
The Edinburgh Symposium will focus upon the new challenges and opportunities that confront states, sub-state peoples and national minorities in a globalising constitutional environment within which constitutional orders beyond the state become more sophisticated and extend their normative reach. It is hoped that the Symposium will cast new light upon these changing dynamics which will in turn inform political and legal responses to this pressing paradox of our time: resilient vernacular nationalism in an increasingly cosmopolitan age.
In short, the key research question posed by the Symposium is: how might we develop conceptual tools with which to adapt the existing normative and empirical literature on the resilience of state nationalism and the accommodation of sub-state nationalism to new settings in a globalising age? The Cambridge Journal of Education has a special issue Vol. The latest issue of Theory and Research in Education Vol. The Journal of Social Politics has a special issue Vol.
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The latest issue of Citizenship Studies vol. The purpose of the OECUMENE project is to redefine European citizenship by developing, without the assumptions of orientalism and occidentalism, comparative insights on citizenship understood as political subjectivity in Africa, Asia, Australia or the Americas. For more information about the project go to www. This new program will select six scholars from around the world to be in residence at Princeton for an academic year and to engage in research and discussion around a common theme. The Fellows and the accompanying seminar program will focus on how languages interact with political, social, economic, and cultural authority.
Languages can be powerful tools for expressing and asserting authority. Yet they also constitute forms of authority in and of themselves such as in the standardization and uniformity that they impose. Languages as forms of authority are also contested, and language communities have often formed a basis for resisting authority. Possible topics for this cycle of the fellows program include the ways in which languages and language use interact with globalization, empire, decolonization, nation-state formation, nationalism, language policy, language ideology, social stratification, migration, commerce and trade, social and religious movements, and the sociology of knowledge production.
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