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Youth Citizenship in Divided Societies

  

 

Presentations

Buire, C "Multiple Regimes Of Conformity And Dissent In Cape Town: When Young People Craft a Safe Space To Grow Up On Their Own Terms", Session 2230:  Practicing Citizenship II:  Making Publics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Celebicic, V "Dissent through satire: challenging practices of citizenship in Bosnia and Herzegovina", Session 2530:  Practicing Citizenship IV:  Complex Performances, Complex Politics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Jeffrey, A "Human Rights within Youth Citizenship Practices: Resource, Rules or Restraint?" Session 2130:  Practicing Citizenship I:  Political subjects and the re-articulation of rights, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Kastrissianakis, K "Legit citizenship is not enough": Youth understandings of politics and dissent in Lebanon since the Arab Spring", Session 2230:  Practicing Citizenship II:  Making Publics, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017.

Smaira, D "The Space in Between: navigating pedagogy, practice, and the boundaries of citizenship in Lebanon", Session 2430:  Practicing Citizenship III:  Ambivalent Positionings, AAG Annual Meeting, Boston, 6 April 2017. 

Marshall, D.J. and Staeheli, L. “Mapping Lives/Telling Stories: The Spatial Politics of Intergenerational Memory and Hope in Beirut.” School of Middle Eastern & North African Studies at the University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. April 22 2016.

Celebicic, V. "Voluntarism gone astray: misperceiving youth voluntary activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina." AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Marshall, D.J.; Staeheli, L.A.; and Celebicic, V. “Why are ‘we’ called ‘them’?: The contested terrain of dialogue and engagement in post-conflict societies.” AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Marshall, D. (panelist and organizer) and Staeheli, L.  (discussant and organizer) of a panel session entitled “Creative Destruction?: Creative Methods in Contexts of Conflict and Crisis.” AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco. March 29 - April 2 2016.

Hammett, D. "Developing a 'Civil' Society in Partial Democracies: Citizens, In/civility and a Critical Public Sphere, AAG Annual Meeting, San Francisco, March 29 - April 2 2016. 

Hammett, D. "Engaging citizens: Exploring relations between transnational and national citizenship education", Learning to be Citizens: Promoting Reconciliation, Social Cohesion and Security in Times of Uncertainty" YouCitizen Workshop, University of Sheffield, 27 November 2015.

Marshall, D.J. and Staeheli, L.A. “Mapping the Palimpsestic Spaces of Post-conflict Cities.” University of Arizona School of Geography and Development. Tucson, Arizona. September 2015.

Jeffrey, A., Macfarlane, C. and Vasudevan, A. "Enacting political collectives: bodies, subjects, infrastructures, AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, 25 April 2015.

Hammett, D. & Marshall, D. "Building Peaceful Citizens? Nation-Building in Divided Societies", AAG Annual Meeting, Chicago, 26 April 2016. 

Staeheli, L.A. "Democracy Against Civil Society?", Dilemmas of Civil Society: Civil, Civic or Contested? YouCitizen Workshop, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, 26 March 2016.

Jeffrey, A. "Civil Society, Civilty and Post-politics: The Spaces Between", Dilemmas of Civil Society: Civil, Civic or Contested? YouCitizen Workshop, Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, 26 March 2016.

Marshall, D. and Staeheli, L. "Future Perfect: Temporalities of Youth Citizenship in Divided Socities." Geographies of Children, Youth & Families 4th International Conference, San Diego, California, 12-14 January 2015.

Kastrissianakis, K. (2014) "Real Estate Development, Archaeology and Spherology: Competing Territorial Assemblages on and Around Beirut's Martyrs' Square." American Anthropological Association, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 3-7 December.

Jeffrey, A. (2014) "Interpreting Political Maturity: the 2013 protests over birth registration in Bosnia and Herzegovina." Ecologies of Protest Workshop, Durham, UK. 16-17 January.

Buire, C. (2014) "Youth and Citizenship in Divided Societies: 'Born-Frees' in South Africa and beyond." 3rd Southern African Cities Conference, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. 27-29 March.

Staeheli, L. (2014) "Future Perfect? Sedimented Temporalities of Youth Citizenship in Post-conflict Societies." International Geographical Union Regional Conference, Krakow, Poland. 19-21 August.

Jeffery, A. (2014) "Citizenship Unlearnt: Education, Activism and Alternative Geographies of the City." Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference, London. 27-29 August.

Hammett, D. (2014) "Contesting (trans)national citizenship: Developing active(ist) citizens." Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Annual International Conference, London. 27-29 August.

Kiwan, D., Marshall, D., Staeheli, L., and Jalbout, M. (2014) "Arab Philanthropy for Civic Change in Lebanon: Education or Inclusive Citizenship for Women, Youth and Refugees."Takaful 2014 - Fourth Annual Conference on Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement, Beirut, Lebanon. 4-6 June. 

Staeheli, L. (2013) "Youth, Geopolitics and the Contested Public SPhere in Lebanon." Performance in/and the Public Sphere: An International Conference, Tangier, Morocco. 1-4 June.

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