Opening the Boundaries of Citizenship: New Cartographies of Citizenship

______ Event Date: 7 February Christodoulou Meeting Room 11 Walton Hall campus Open University, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA Opening the Boundaries of Citizenship The conference addresses the performative and creative side of social movements, practices of identity negotiation and political participation questioning the meaning of citizenship. Which actors, sites and rights are constituted in contemporary power struggles redefining ‘the political’? …

Opening the Boundaries of Citizenship: Religion and the Political

______ Event Date: 7 February Christodoulou Meeting Room 11 Walton Hall campus Open University, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA Opening the Boundaries of Citizenship The conference addresses the performative and creative side of social movements, practices of identity negotiation and political participation questioning the meaning of citizenship. Which actors, sites and rights are constituted in contemporary power struggles redefining ‘the political’? …

From Subjects to Citizens: Society and the Everyday State in India and Pakistan 1947 – 1964 – conference page

        Royal Holloway University of London Department of History and The University of Leeds School of History Event Date: 9 and 10 September 2010  Royal Asiatic Society 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1   From Subjects to Citizens: Society and the Everyday State in India and Pakistan 1947 – 1964 This research, a three-year collaboration between the History …

Étienne Balibar – The “impossible” community of the citizens: Past and present problems

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Étienne Balibar (University of California, Irvine) The “impossible” community of the citizens: Past and present problems ——————————————– talk: ——————————————– questions: share this entry:

Umut Erel – Beyond Home – Migrant Mothers’Citizenship

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Umut Erel (The Open University) Beyond home – migrant mothers’citizenship ————————————————- accompanying images: share this entry:

Rutvica Andrijasevic and Claudia Aradau – Unexpected citizens: sex work, mobility, Europe

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Rutvica Andrijasevic and Claudia Aradau (The Open University) Unexpected citizens: sex work, mobility, Europe —————————————— accompanying images: share this entry:

Cindy Weber – Desert Designs: Design, Citizenship, and Political Acts of Citizenship With/Out Community

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Cindy Weber (Lancaster University) Desert Designs: Design, Citizenship, and Political Acts of Citizenship With/Out Community ————————————- accompanying images: share this entry:

Teresa Pullano – A Postrevolutionary and Territorial European Citizenship

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Teresa Pullano (Science-Po and Italien Research Council) – A Postrevolutionary and Territorial European Citizenship ——————————————— accompanying images: share this entry:

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Andrew Schaap – The Constituent Power of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy (Canberra, Australia)

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Andrew Schaap (Exeter University) – paper co-authored with Paul Muldoon (Monash University) : The Constituent Power of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy (Canberra, Australia) —————————————- accompanying images: share this …

Jonna Pettersson – Resisting sameness: political emancipation outside the community

‘Citizenship without Community’ Event Date: Monday 10 May 2010 The British Library Meeting Room 2 An international workshop hosted by the Open University in collaboration with the BISA poststructural politics working group Jonna Pettersson (Lund University) – Resisting sameness: political emancipation outside the community share this entry: