« What Does It Mean to Be a Citizen in Europe ? » Opening discussion with Kalypso Nicolaïdis and Liav Orgad
12. November | 10:00
Lecture Series on Citizenship in Europe
Opening Discussion with Kalypso Nicolaïdis and Liav Orgad
Kalyspo Nicolaïdis is professor for international relations at the university of Oxford and actually professor for transnational governance at the European University Institute in Florence. She has published widely on international relations and democracy promotion. Her latest book, published with Adis Merdzanovic is : A Citizen’s Guide to the Rule of Law. Why We Need to Fight for the Most Precious Human Invention of All Time (Columbia University Press 2021).
Liav Orgad is professor in constitutional right and head of the research group « International Citizenship Law » at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung. His research focuses on citizenship studies and democracy theory, international governance and on the relationships between technology and law. He is the author of numerous publications, including the following book, published by oxford university press in 2016: The Cultural Defense of Nations. A Liberal Theory of Majority Rights.
Panel speakers: Tristan Coignard (University Bordeaux Montaigne/ Institut Universitaire de France), Daniela Heimpel (Centre Marc Bloch), Maiwenn Roudaut (University Nantes /Centre Marc Bloch)
The discussion will be held in English. The session is organized as a hybrid event.
The entrance is free, but registration is required: anmeldung ( at ) cmb.hu-berlin.de
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Contact: educivium ( at ) gmail.com
maiwenn.roudaut ( at ) cmb.hu-berlin.de
University of Nantes, University Bordeaux Montaigne, IUF