Territory’s Value: An Interdisciplinary Workshop with Charles Maier, Queen Mary, University of London, 14 February 2018

QM Territory14 February 2018, Territory’s Value: An Interdisciplinary Workshop with Charles Maier, Queen Mary, University of London,Francis Bancroft Building, Room 3.26 (see here for a map of the campus).

I’ll be speaking about my forthcoming book Shakespearean Territories.

Registration is free, but required.

A half-day symposium bringing together scholars from across London and the UK to discuss themes of territory and its relationship to political struggle and to the history of the political more broadly. From empire to secessionism to populism, what work does territory do? How is it imagined and reconstructed over time? Professor Maier will respond to the papers presented.

Co-hosted by the Schools of History, Law and Geography and the QMUL Centres for Law and Society in a Global Context (CLGSC) and History of Political Thought(CHPT).

Chaired by Simon Reid-Henry (QMUL)

Participants

Territory and States – Joe Painter (Durham)

Territory beyond Terra – Phil Steinberg (Durham)

Territory and Shakespeare – Stuart Elden (Warwick)

Territory and the International – Benno Teschke (Sussex)

Territory and Contingent Sovereignty – Sara Kendall (Kent)

Territory and Colonialism – Gerry Kearns (Maynooth)

Territory and Borders – Henry Jones (Durham)

Response – Charles Maier (Harvard)

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2 Responses to Territory’s Value: An Interdisciplinary Workshop with Charles Maier, Queen Mary, University of London, 14 February 2018

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:

    This afternoon at Queen Mary I’ll be speaking about my work on Shakespeare in a workshop on Territory’s Value with Charles Maier and many others.

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