Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Parliament House, Canberra - 1972

Workshop on 'Constituent Power in World Politics'

Held Wednesday 2 May from 9-3pm in Amory 128. The workshop brought together IR staff from Streatham and Tremough to address the broad research theme of 'activist politics'.

The workshop was followed by a departmental seminar given by visiting speaker Andreas Kalyvas (New School) on 'The conceptual, political, and historical origins of the constituent power and its intimate relationship to democracy'

Programme:

Constituent Power in World Politics

Workshop with Andreas Kalyvas (New School)
Wednesday 2 May 2012, Amory 128

TimeActivity
9.00-10.30 Mick Dumper & Craig Larkin
The Islamic Movement in Jerusalem
Victoria Basham,
Militarizing Sundays: Some Reflections on Recent Trends in Militarism in the UK
Andrew Schaap
The Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Australia
10.30-11.00 Tea/coffee
11.00-12.30 Joanie Willett
A politics of place: Affect, perception, and representation
Matthew Eagleton-Pierce,
All the Trader’s Men: Knowledge Producers in the Field of International Trade
John Heathershaw
Post-Soviet protest and radical democratization
12.30-2.00 break
2.00-3.00 Lei Xie
Political citizenship and environmental movements in the global South
Bice Maiguashca,
Feminist Anti-Globalization Activism
3.00-4.30 Andreas Kalyvas
The conceptual, political, and historical origins of the constituent power and its intimate relationship to democracy

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