People in Question
Bristol University Press
Donnerstag, 8. Oktober 2020

The People in Question

Professor Jo Shaw’s new book, ‘The People in Question’, is an important contribution in a time of rising populism and heated debates about migration. Drawing on examples from around the world, it examines what can be learned about citizenship from a constitutional perspective. This incisive appraisal is the first sustained treatment of the relationship between citizenship policy and constitutional law in a transnational perspective.

The event brings together distinguished scholars - Dieter Gosewinkel, Kriszta Kovács, Michael Riegner, Ayelet Shachar, Jo Shaw, Rogers Smith, and Daniel Thym -  to explore the interaction between constitutions and citizenship and their nexus with to stories of peoplehood, collective identities, and borders and boundaries.

A special discount on the book will be made available to participants.
To register for the event, please send an e-mail to melinda.biolchini [at] wzb.eu (Melinda Biolchini).

Veranstaltungsort
Online Event
Donnerstag, 8. Oktober 2020
Beginn 16:00 Uhr
Veranstalter
Johanna Hase
Liav Orgad
Kontakt
Melinda Biolchini
melinda.biolchini [at] wzb.eu
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Bristol University Press

Jo Shaw: 'The People in Question'

More info on the book here

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ICLaw Online Book Event - Jo Shaw: The People in Question

Discussion Panel

(Re-) Watch the recording of the event here

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Project: Citizenship Narratives

The event relates to the project Citizenship Narratives