Past events

Citizenship and the new orientalism

12 December 2011 (All day) - 14 December 2011 (All day)
CSIC, Madrid

Iker Barbero is presenting his recent work on 'citizenship and the new orientalism' at the International Symposium on Justice, Migrations and Exiles, 12-14 December 2011 at CSIC Madrid. His presentation will take place as part of the thematical cluster of human mobility and human rights.

Gurus' Rule: Hindu Monasteries in Liberalizing India

24 November 2011
The Open University, Room MR05, Wilson A

Aya Ikegame (Research Associate, Oecumene Project, the OU) will present her work on 'Gurus' Rule: Hindu Monasteries in Liberalizing India' at the CROSS-CULTURAL IDENTITIES SEMINAR:  Religion, Citizenship and Cosmopolitanism.

Blogs as a tool for an active research

17 November 2011 (All day)
Spain

http://www.oecumene.eu/blog) generated by the Oecumene team (Researchers, Advisory Board members, Activists, etc.) as a step towards a more interactivist way of researching.

Oecumene and CITSEE project meeting

16 November 2011
University of Edinburgh

Members of the Oecumene team meet the CITSEE project at the University of Edinburgh to exchange ideas and explore future collaboration.

Advisory Board Meeting

2 November 2011 (All day)
Milton Keynes

On 2 November 2011 the second Advisory Board meeting of the Oecumene project took place in Milton Keynes. Attendants of the board meeting discussed the past year’s project activities, its future plans as well as its research focus. Aya Ikegame and Alessandra Marino who both recently returned from their fieldwork in India presented their most recent research findings.

'Narrating British India: the East India Company and the imperial imagination'

21 October 2011
The Open University, Meeting room 4,Perry C Building Ground floor

Jack Harrington, Oecumene Publications and Publicity Manager, presents his research on 'Narrating British India: the East India Company and the imperial imagination' at The Ferguson Centre for African and Asian Studies.

Globalization, state and citizenship: Migrations and the emergence of new legal subjects

21 October 2011 (All day) - 2 November 2011 (All day)
UNSAAC, Peru

Iker Barbero has been invited to teach for 2 weeks as part of the Doctorate Decree in Democratic Society, State and Law at the National University of San Antonio Abad in Cuzco, Peru. His teaching focuses on globalisation, state and citizenship: Migrations and the emergence of new legal subjects.

Enacting imperial citizenship

11 September 2011 (All day)
University of North Bengal

Alessandra Marino has been invited to present her work at a talk organised by the University of North Bengal. The title of her presentation is 'Enacting imperial citizenship' on Shakespeare and citizenship.

Dialogforum - Summer School

1 August 2011 (All day) - 5 August 2011 (All day)
Gmunden, Austria

Lisa Pilgram participates in this year's Dialogforum organised by the Donau-Universitaet Krems. She will present a poster which deals with issues related to her PhD research on Muslim Family law in the UK.

Copts' rights in Egypt

27 July 2011
The Open University, Gardiner 1 room 006

Ashraf Milad is an Asylum Lawyer based in Egypt. The Oecumene Project have invited him to visit on Thursday 27 July to give a short presentation about his work  on Copts' rights in Egypt at 15:00 in room 006 Gardiner 1, there will be a short presentation followed by a question and answer session. No need to register just come along and join us.  

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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