Category Archives: Engin Isin

Books received – Shakespeare, Dickinson & Kotsko, Isin & Ruppert, Lamarque, Johnson

A few books for the Shakespeare work, including the new in paperback edition of the anonymous The Troublesome Reign of John, King of England; three books from Rowman & Littlefield, International in recompense for review work; and Matthew Johnson (ed.), … Continue reading

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Foucault, citizenship and refugees – translations and commentaries at Open Democracy

Foucault’s text ‘The rights and duties of international citizenship‘ is translated at Open Democracy. This statement was read by Foucault at a press conference on June 19, 1981, organized in association with Médecins du monde and Terre des hommes, in the presence of … Continue reading

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Engin Isin and Evelyn Ruppert, Being Digital Citizens

Engin Isin and Evelyn Ruppert, Being Digital Citizens – now out from Rowman International. Developing a critical perspective on the challenges and possibilities presented by cyberspace, Being Digital Citizens examines how we encounter and perform new sorts of rights and duties through … Continue reading

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‘Contested Spaces of Citizenship’ Postgraduate Conference, 29th April 2015, Durham University

Programme for upcoming ‘Contested Spaces of Citizenship’ Postgraduate Conference on Wednesday 29th April 2015 at Durham University, with Engin F. Isin as the key-note speaker. All those planning to attend should email g.d.m.maestri@durham.ac.uk to confirm.

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Citizenship After Orientalism (Oecumene) project – Final Conference 6-7 March 2014

The final conference of Engin Isin’s Citizenship After Orientalism (Oecumene) project funded by the European Research Council (ERC) will be held in Milton Keynes on 6-7 March 2014. Draft programme available here, along with details of an international school for postgraduates as … Continue reading

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Joshua Barkan, Corporate Sovereignty

One of the advantages of most of my books still being in boxes is that I’m reading a lot of books as I get them, instead of putting them on the ‘to read’ shelf and turning to something more immediately … Continue reading

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Citizenship after Orientalism: enacting Europe in times of crisis

Citizenship after Orientalism: enacting Europe in times of crisis Wednesday, 27 March 2013 (All day), European Parliament (morning) and European Economic and Social Committee (afternoon), Brussels 2013 as the European Year of Citizens is a time to reflect on the … Continue reading

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Books received

A couple of old translations of Hegel, Žižek’s fairly early book on Hegel, Judith Butler’s Parting Ways, Engin Isin’s Citizens without Frontiers, and Matthieu Rigoste, L’ennemi intérieur, borrowed from Gerald Moore.  

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Books received

Chris Butler’s book on Lefebvre; Conley’s Spatial Ecologies; Kaplan’s The Revenge of Geography (can’t quite believe I actually bought this); Campe’s The Game of Probability; first edition of Lindberg, The Beginning of Western Science (thanks Nick); a second-hand copy of … Continue reading

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Military Migrants

Vron Ware’s new book, Military Migrants, is being launched at CCIG at the Open University on 14 November. Vron Ware will be in discussion with Brigadier Mark Abraham, Captain Afzal Amin, and Engin Isin, chaired by Evelyn Ruppert. Details here. The project … Continue reading

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