Past events

'Exercising post-secular citizenship: a guru’s court, the state, and development in contemporary rural Karnataka’

14 December 2013 (All day) - 15 December 2013 (All day)
Kyoto University, Japan

Aya Ikegame speaks on 'Exercising post-secular citizenship: a guru’s court, the state, and development in contemporary rural Karnataka’ in Session 3: Rethinking Secularism and Democracy organised by Contemporary India Area Studies, Japan at the International Conference: In Search of Well-being: Genealogies of Religion and Politics in India being held in Kyoto University, Japan.

'How to make every year a year for citizens!'

12 December 2013 (All day) - 13 December 2013 (All day)
Lithuanian Parliament 'Seimas' in Vilnius

On 12 and 13 December 2013, the Closing Conference of the European Year of Citizens 2013 will take place at the Lithuanian Parliament 'Seimas' in Vilnius. The event has been organised by the European Commission (through its European Year of Citizens 2013 Taskforce) in close cooperation with the European Year of Citizens Alliance (EYCA) and the Lithuanian Presidency.

'Segmentary State and fragmented sovereignty: Guru’s informal court in contemporary Karnataka’

10 December 2013 (All day) - 12 December 2013 (All day)
University of Oslo, Norway

Aya Ikegame speaks on 'Segmentary State and fragmented sovereignty: Guru’s informal court in contemporary Karnataka’ at the workshop 'Why History? On the relevance of cultural history for the study of contemporary India' being held in Oslo on 10-12 December 2013.

Light and Darkness: The Delhi Gang Rape Case in Thought and Action

28 November 2013 (All day) - 29 November 2013 (All day)
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tara Atluri presents her paper at the NICA/ASCA Conference Exploring Tensions Between Academic Theory and Praxis.

Citizenship, Narrative and Neo/colonial Histories

23 November 2013
Open University Regional Centre, Camden, London

Organised jointly by the Postcolonial Literatures Research Group and the Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism Research Project at the Open University.

Enacting citizenship in times of internet surveillance

26 October 2013
Berlin, Germany

Engin Isin is on the Panel on “Enacting citizenship in times of internet surveillance” at the
IMAGINE ! DEMAND ! ENACT ! an alternative Europe – TRANSEUROPA FORUM 2013 taking place in Berlin on 26th October 2013.

Iker Barbero and Jack Harrington also moderated workshops during the Festival in Berlin.

The administrative detention of migrants: Normative and critical perspectives on European policies

17 October 2013
European Parliament, Room P5B001, Brussels

Iker Barbero speaks in Session 1 - 'The administrative detention of migrants: Normative and critical perspectives on European policies' at the event 'A new migration policy for Europe' - 'The Routinisation of Administrative Detention of Migrants and Free Movement of Citizens: Time to Explore Alternatives' being held in Brussels on 17th October 2013.

'The Guru as developmental broker: informal courts in contemporary rural Karnataka'

17 October 2013 (All day) - 20 October 2013 (All day)
Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Aya Ikegame speaks on 'The Guru as developmental broker: informal courts in contemporary rural Karnataka' at session 7: Dalas, Brokers and Intermediaries in the South Asian economy at the  Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

For further information see website

 

Citizenship, Orientalism and the Commons

26 September 2013 (All day) - 28 September 2013 (All day)
TEATRO VALLE OCCUPATO, Rome

Enacting European citizenship - Citizens' dialogue with MEPs

19 September 2013
Berrill Lecture Theatre, The Open University Milton Keynes

NCVO along with CSV and The Open University in partnership with the European Parliament are running a project 'Europe: what does it mean for you?'.

Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism is funded by an European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant (Institutions, values, beliefs and behaviour ERC-AG-SH2).

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