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THE NETANYAHUS : A READING AND TALK WITH JOSHUA COHEN

Share the post "THE NETANYAHUS : A READING AND TALK WITH JOSHUA COHEN" The Netanyahus : A Reading and Talk with Joshua Cohen Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at 19:30 10, rue du Général Camou, 75007 Paris Please RSVP for in-person attendance (limited) or to obtain the Zoom link here. AUP’s Center for Writers and Translators is delighted to present a conversation with Joshua Cohen about The Netanyahus in collaboration with the Center for Critical Democracy Studies and...

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LECTURE: MEDIATING SUSTAINABLE CITIES

Share the post "LECTURE: MEDIATING SUSTAINABLE CITIES" What is the relation between digital and environmental sustainability? How can data contribute to a more sustainable smart city? The series of audio papers “Mediating Sustainable Cities” focuses on digital and environmental sustainability in the context of the smart city. Each audio paper of the series presents a different aspect of the sustainability theme: media and public space, communities, urban...

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CCDS Events: Fall 2021 in Review

Share the post "CCDS Events: Fall 2021 in Review" The CCDS events program commenced with a lecture entitled, “How Should Republicans Conceive of Transnational Solidarity?” given by Dr. Miriam Ronzoni in conjunction with the Contemporary European Democratic Theory lecture series. In her paper of the same title, Ronzoni suggests that, while solidarity has historically been understood in either too simple or too complex a fashion, it is possible to conceive of solidarity...

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REMINDER: The End of the War on Terror? Lecture (8/12)

Share the post "REMINDER: The End of the War on Terror? Lecture (8/12)" December 8, 17h30 (CET) Marc Hecker (IFRI) and Élie Tenenbaum (IFRI) The End of the War on Terror?  Hybrid: Remote/American University of Paris REGISTER HERE It has already been twenty years since the World Trade Center towers came crashing down. Who would have believed that, two decades later, the global war on terrorism continues without an end in sight? From the sands of the Sahara to the...

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Undesirable: Passionate Mobility and Women’s Defiance of French Colonial Policing 1919-1952—Lecture (7/12)

Share the post "Undesirable: Passionate Mobility and Women’s Defiance of French Colonial Policing 1919-1952—Lecture (7/12)" December 7, 18h30 (CET) Jennifer Anne Boittin (Penn State University) Undesirable: Passionate Mobility and Women’s Defiance of French Colonial Policing 1919-1952 Hybrid: Remote/American University of Paris REGISTER HERE This presentation will share elements of Jennifer Anne Boittin’s forthcoming book, Undesirable: Passionate Mobility and Women’s...

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The End of the War on Terror? Lecture (8/12)

Share the post "The End of the War on Terror? Lecture (8/12)" December 8, 17h30 (CET) Marc Hecker (IFRI) and Élie Tenenbaum (IFRI) The End of the War on Terror?  Hybrid: Remote/American University of Paris REGISTER HERE It has already been twenty years since the World Trade Center towers came crashing down. Who would have believed that, two decades later, the global war on terrorism continues without an end in sight? From the sands of the Sahara to the jungles of...

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Democracy in Selection—Lecture (1/12)

Share the post "Democracy in Selection—Lecture (1/12)" The aim of the lecture series is to both explore the current state of the start of contemporary European democratic theory and explore its future. Rather than starting from a neat definition of European democratic theory, however, the basic presupposition of this project is that neither the existence nor the central characteristics of European democratic theory can be taken for granted. Instead, the lecture series...

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The Privatized State—Lecture (30/11)

Share the post "The Privatized State—Lecture (30/11)" The Center for Critical Democracy Studies is hosting Chiara Cordelli for a talk entitled “The Privatized State.” Prof. Cordelli will be discussing a chapter of her recent book with the same title. NOVEMBER 30, 1700 (CET) Chiara Cordelli (University of Chicago) The Privatized State Hybrid: Remote/American University of Paris REGISTER HERE ABOUT THE BOOKMany governmental functions today—from the management of prisons...

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SHOULD THE PEOPLE CONTROL PUBLIC SPENDING? A NORMATIVE ASSESSMENT OF BALANCED BUDGET CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

Share the post "SHOULD THE PEOPLE CONTROL PUBLIC SPENDING? A NORMATIVE ASSESSMENT OF BALANCED BUDGET CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS" The aim of the lecture series is to both explore the current state of the start of contemporary European democratic theory and explore its future. Rather than starting from a neat definition of European democratic theory, however, the basic presupposition of this project is that neither the existence nor the central characteristics of European...

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Should the People Control Public Spending? (Lecture 22/11)

Share the post "Should the People Control Public Spending? (Lecture 22/11)" The aim of the lecture series is to both explore the current state of the start of contemporary European democratic theory and explore its future. Rather than starting from a neat definition of European democratic theory, however, the basic presupposition of this project is that neither the existence nor the central characteristics of European democratic theory can be taken for granted. Instead,...

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