|Event Name||Roundtable: Citizenship, Race, and (Post-)Colonialism|
|Start Date||31st May 2018 3:00pm|
|End Date||31st May 2018 5:00pm|
The participants in this roundtable will analyse how citizenship has been historically constructed as racialised in affluent European countries. This history often gets obscured in political and academic debates about citizenship today. The explanatory categories of 'race' and the 'post-colonial' will be critically discussed in relation to the concept and current regimes of citizenship. Last but not least, comparative perspectives from the Global North will complement the more theoretical discussion.
Gurminder Bhambra, Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies, School of Global Studies, Sussex University,
Nasar Meer, Chair of Race, Identity and Citizenship, Sociology, Edinburgh University
Pontus Odmalm, Senior Lecturer in Politics, Politics and IR, Edinburgh University
Elisabeth Badenhoop, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Edinburgh University
Moderator: Jill Poeggel, Politics and IR, Edinburgh University
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