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How do we define being a citizen? In what ways has the idea of citizenship expanded?

At a time when tumultuous world events, from Israel to India, call for a deeper understanding of the purpose and power of citizenship
Dr Engin Isin, Professor of Citizenship at The Open University leads a team of academics to explore how the concept of citizenship is being refigured and renewed around the globe.
The tracks in this audio collection examine the new and diverse ways in which citizenship is and has been enacted across the planet and how these perspectives undermine the traditional assumption that it’s an exclusively European institution.

The material in this collection relates to Oecumene Citizenship After Orientalism; a project funded by the European Research Council (ERC).

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How do we define being a citizen? In what ways has the idea of citizenship expanded?

At a time when tumultuous world events, from Israel to India, call for a deeper understanding of the purpose and power of citizenship
Dr Engin Isin, Professor of Citizenship at The Open University leads a team of academics to explore how the concept of citizenship is being refigured and renewed around the globe.
The tracks in this audio collection examine the new and diverse ways in which citizenship is and has been enacted across the planet and how these perspectives undermine the traditional assumption that it’s an exclusively European institution.

The material in this collection relates to Oecumene Citizenship After Orientalism; a project funded by the European Research Council (ERC).

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