Oecumene featured on OU Spotlight Programme - Part 3

By Amandine Scherrer · 4 September 2013

Engin Isin was interviewed by Lucian Hudson, Director of Communications at The Open University. In their conversation they talked about the Oecumene Project, and particularly about the trip the Oecumene team made in China in July 2013.

Engin here explains how this trip confirmed the need for challenging common approaches to citizenship, which is the core aim of the Oecumene project. It has also established long-lasting partnerships with Chinese counterparts.

This interview is part of a Spotlight series featuring the Oecumene Project. Please watch the two previous interviews with other members of the team:

Interview with Tara Atluri, Alessandra Marino and Lisa Pilgram

Interview with Jack Harrington and Zaki Nahaboo

About the author

  • Amandine Scherrer

    Communication Manager
    Amadine Scherrer
    Open University
    Amandine Scherrer joined the Oecumene team as Communication Manager in November 2012. Amandine holds a PhD. in International Relations (Sciences-po Paris 2007) and has obtained a post-doctoral... Read more

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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