The Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften: Events
Thursday, 12 July 2018 - Friday, 13 July 2018
Venue: Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften, conference room
Research Center »Justitia Amplificata: Rethinking Justice« of Goethe University
Afsoun Afsahi, Jakob Huber, Bruno Leipold»Demarcating the Demos«
Afsoun Afsahi (Ph.D. Political Theory, Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Group »Justitia Amplificata«),
Jakob Huber (Ph.D. Political Theory, Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Group »Justitia Amplificata«),
Bruno Leipold (Ph.D. Politics, Postdoctoral Fellow of the Research Group »Justitia Amplificata«)
Panel 1: »Demarcating Democratic Foundations: Elites, Citizens and Popular
Rule« (Chair: Dimitrios Efthymiou)
Guy Aitchison (UCD),
Bruno Leipold (Justitia Amplificata),
Melissa Schwartzberg (NYU)
Panel 2: »Demarcating Democratic Boundaries: People, Place and Territory« (Chair: Nate Adams)
Jakob Huber (Justitia Amplificata),
Anna Jurkevics (UBC),
Anna Stilz (Princeton)
Panel 3: »Demarcating Democratic Inclusion: Citizenship, Participation and
Acceptance« (Chair: Amy Hondo)
Afsoun Afsahi (Justitia Amplificata),
Emily Beausoleil (Massey),
Melissa Williams (Toronto)
Please contact Ms Valérie Bignon: Bignon@em.uni-frankfurt.de.
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