Global Governance

Lecture series looks at 'Rethinking Government: Democracy, Power and Exclusion'

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1:07 p.m., Feb. 24, 2014--The University of Delaware Department of Political Science and International Relations is sponsoring a spring lecture series on “Rethinking Government: Democracy, Power and Exclusion.”

The series is presented as part of the Colloquium on Global Governance and Society, and will meet on selected Fridays through April 18.

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Lectures will be held from 2:30-4 p.m. in 108 Memorial Hall as follows:

Friday, March 14: Craig Borowiak, Haverford College, “Critical Cosmopolitanisms and the Norm of Democratic Inclusion.”

Friday, March 21: Rafi Youatt, New School for Social Research, title to be announced.

Friday, April 11: Jennifer Mitzen, Ohio State University, “Power in Concert: The 19th Century Origins of Global Governance.”

Friday, April 18: Zoltan Buzas, Drake University, “Avoiding International Law: The Eviction and Deportation of Roma Immigrants in the European Union.”

The colloquium is provided support by the Center for Global and Area Studies.

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