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Citizenship Lectures

The Citizenship Lecture series addresses recent developments in research on citizenship related topics. The summer and winter sessions of the lecture series are designed as a permanent discussion platform for the exchange between scholars and students of the field. The lectures are focused on the connection of the four key topics of the work at the centre to a broader scientific discourse.


May 4, 2017, 4pm | Campus Griebnitzsee | House 6, Room S12 (3.06.S12)

Zafer Yılmaz:

The Rise of Authoritarianism and the End of the Rule of Law: The Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedoms in the Twilight Zone in Turkey


June 15, 2017, 4pm | Campus Griebnitzsee | House 6, Room S12 (3.06.S12)

Michael Neuber:

Lifeworld Dynamics and Populist Mobilization


June 22, 2017, 4pm | Campus Griebnitzsee | House 6, Room S14 (3.06.S14)

Bryan S Turner:

"Public Religions" Revisited: Politics and Religion in the Last Century


July 13, 2017, 4pm | Campus Griebnitzsee | House 7, Room 227 (3.07.227)

Rosario Forlenza:

Citizenship and Home: Political Allegiance and Its Existential Background


July 20, 2017, 4pm | Campus Griebnitzsee | House 7, Room 227 (3.07.227)

Mihai Popa:

Battlefield Romania: Activist Struggles for the Meaning of "Family" at the Interface between Legal Pluralism and Social Diversity