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Constituent Power in World Politics

A Department of Politics seminar
Date2 May 2012
Time9:00 to 16:30
PlaceAmory A128

The workshop will bring together IR staff from Streaatham and Tremough to address the broad research theme of 'activist politics

The workshop will be followed by a departmental seminar given by visiting speaker Andreas Kalyvas (New School) on 'The conceptual, political, and historical origins of the constituent power and its intimate relationship to democracy'

All staff and postgraduate students in politics are welcome to attend some or all of the sessions.

Programme:

Constituent Power in World Politics

Workshop with Andreas Kalyvas (New School)
Wednesday 2 May 2012, Amory 128

9.00-10.30

Mick Dumper & Craig Larkin
The Islamic Movement in Jerusalem

Victoria Basham,
Militarizing Sundays: Some Reflections on Recent Trends in Militarism in the UK

Andrew Schaap
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Australia

10.30-11.00 Tea/coffee

11.00-12.30

Joanie Willett
A politics of place: Affect, perception, and representation

Matthew Eagleton-Pierce,
All the Trader’s Men: Knowledge Producers in the Field of International Trade

John Heathershaw
Post-Soviet protest and radical democratization

12.30-2.00 break

2.00-3.00 Lei Xie
Political citizenship and environmental movements in the global South

Bice Maiguashca,
Feminist Anti-Globalization Activism

3.00-4.30

Andreas Kalyvas
The conceptual, political, and historical origins of the constituent power and its intimate relationship to democracy

 


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