Past events

International Conference on Sexual Diversity Studies in Iberoamerica

5 July 2012 (All day)
Universidad Pablo Olavide, Seville

Leticia Sabsay participates in the Ist International Conference on Sexual Diversity Studies in Iberoamerica.

Round Table: Readings on Performativity. Judith Butler in Ibero-American Sexuality Studies.

For more information, please visit the event website.

An Occupation or an 'Occupy' Movement? Looking at an Indian Case

3 July 2012
Open University, Milton Keynes

Alessandra Marino speaks at this year's POLIS Research Days on 3 July 2012 on 'An Occupation or an 'Occupy' Movement? Looking at an Indian Case'.

Whose Nation? Whose development? Resisting orientalism in the Narmada Valley

26 June 2012
The Open University, Milton Keynes, Berrill Lecture Theatre

The Symposium 'Asia Rising: A New Oriental Globalization?' is organised by Development, Policy & Practice (DPP ) and is held on 26 June 2012 at The Open University in Milton Keynes.

Alessandra Marino speaks as part of the panel on (Geo)politics. The title of her presentation is 'Whose Nation? Whose development? Resisting orientalism in the Narmada Valley'. The PowerPoint presentation of her talk is available for download.

EUROSPHERE Final Conference

22 June 2012
Brussels, Hotel Bloom

Engin Isin will speak at the EUROSPHERE Final Conference on 22 June 2012 as part of the roundtable on ERAFORUM: European Public Sphere from the Perspectives of Diversity and Transnationalism:

'Non-Ideological' Settlements: Neoliberal Colonialism in the West Bank

11 June 2012
LSE, New Academic Building, Lower Ground Floor

Dana Rubin will participate in this year's conference of the Graduate Section of the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies with the title 'Change and Continuity in the Middle East: Rethinking West Asia, North Africa and the Gulf after 2011'.

Beyond surveillance: racial profiled detention practices in everyday life

31 May 2012
OUC Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

On 31 May 2012 Iker Barbero speaks at the LiSS Conference 3: 'The State of Surveillance' taking place 29 May - 1 June 2012. He is part of the following panel:

13'45-15'45 Panel Session 7 (William J. Mitchell Hall, 7th floor)

Book presentation: Shakespeare in India

31 May 2012 (All day)
Naples

Alessandra Marino will be giving a presentation of her book 'Shakespeare in India', coedited with Lidia Curti, at L'Universita' degli studi di Napoli 'L'Orientale' on 31 May 2012. 

Citizenship: within or beyond democracy?

27 April 2012 (All day)

On 27 April 2012 Engin Isin will speak at the University Rome Tre as part of the seminar series 'Enacting rights beyond territories and disciplines' coordinated by Enrica Rigo. The aim of the seminar series is to open a dialogue between legal and other theoretical/practical perspectives around the questions of commons, territory and citizenship. 

The emergence of the sexual citizen

24 April 2012 (All day)
Institute of Queer Theory in Berlin

Letica Sabsay speaks on 'The emergence of the sexual citizen' as part of a workshop organised by the Institute of Queer Theory entitled 'subtil? wie sexualität rassisiert wird', 23-24 April 2012.

Colonial toleration and the political theory of British multiculturalism

20 April 2012
University of Oxford

Zaki Nahaboo presents a paper on 'colonial toleration and the political theory of British multiculturalism' in the panel on 'liberalism and cultural justice' chaired by Prof David Miller.

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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