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  Canada Research Chair in Law & Society
Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada
(SSHRC)
  Major Collaborative Research Initiatives (MCRI)
Ethnicity & Democratic Governance (EDG)
Indigenous Peoples & Governance (IPG)

2008 Conference:

Recognition and Self-determination

Also serving as the Fourth Annual Workshop of the
Consortium on Democratic Constitutionalism
University of Victoria
February 28 - March 2, 2008

Graduate Student Conference

The Dynamics of Recognition:  

Power and Transformation

will be held on

Thursday, February 28, 2008

UVic - Fraser Building Room 152

 

Presenters

The conference Discussion Paper is available here.  


We are pleased to introduce this year's speakers:


Yasmeen Abu-Laban

Department of Political Science

University of Alberta

Paper: Religion and the Politics of Recognition and Mis-recognition

Abstract

Glen Coulthard

Department of Political Science

University of Victoria

Paper: Indigenous Self-Determination as Prefigurative Practice

Abstract

Avigail Eisenberg

Department of Political Science

University of Victoria

Discussant

Miranda Johnson

Department of History

University of Chicago

Courtney Jung

Department of Political Science

The New School for Social Research

New York

Paper: The Moral Force of Indigenous Politics

Abstract

Karen Knop

Faculty of Law

University of Toronto

Paper: Recognition and Self-Determination: Public and Private International Law Compared

Abstract

Nikolas Kompridis

Department of Philosophy

York

Paper: Uncoupling Recognition from Self-Determination: From the Politics of Recognition to a Post-Recognition Politics

Abstract

Rinku Lamba

Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow

European University Institute

Paper: Religious Minorities, the Postcolonial State and the Politics of Non-Domination

Abstract

Patrick Macklem

Faculty of Law

University of Toronto

Paper: Indigenous Recognition in International Law: Theoretical Observations

Abstract

Jocelyn Maclure

Département de philosophie

Université Laval

Tariq Modood  

Sociology, Politics and Public Policy

University of Bristol

Please see our Victoria Colloquium page

Geneviève Nootens

Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la démocratie et la souveraineté Sciences humaines

Université du Quebéc à Chicoutimi

Paper: Recognition and Self-determination: Issues in Democratic Legitimacy, Challenges for Political Theory

Abstract

Ghislain Otis

Faculté de droit

Université Laval

Daniel Salée

Department of Political Science

Concordia University, Montreal and University of New Brunswick,

Saint John (2007-2008)

Paper: Competing Claims for Recognition: The Cree-Quebec Interface and the Politics of Identity.

Co-Authored with Carole Lévesque, INRS-Urbanisation, Culture et Société, Montreal (in collaboration with Nancy Bouchard and Julie Cunningham)

Abstract

Michel Seymour

Département de philosophie

Université de Montréal

Paper: The Institutional Identity of Peoples

Abstract

Jakeet Singh

Department of Political Science

University of Toronto

Paper: Pluralism Beyond Postsecularism: Challenging the Limits of the Liberal-Democratic Frame

Abstract

Jeremy Webber

Faculty of Law

University of Victoria

Paper: The Conundrum of Recognition: How Can One Respect Beliefs that One Firmly Considers to be False?

Abstract

Daniel Weinstock

Département de philosophie

  Université de Montréal

Paper: From Recognition to Justice: On the Importance of Reframing Political Conflicts to Promote Compromise

Abstract

 

February 28 - March 2, 2008
University of Victoria
Victoria, British Columbia
Canada



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