INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CITIZENSHIP, STATE, AND IDENTITY IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD
June 1 - 2, 2000
Assoc. Prof. Fuat Keyman and Assoc. Prof. Ahmet İçduygu, Dept. of Political Science, Bilkent University
This conference deals, theoretically and empirically, with the changing nature of citizenship in a globalizing world. In doing so, it explores the ways in which the interactions between identity-based demands and citizenship rights are constructed and have generated impacts on state-society relations. In this sense, it provides a platform for theoretical and empirical discussion for scholars from different disciplines, different research orientations, and expertise on particular cases.
June 1, Thursday
Opening: 10.00 – 10.30
June 2, Friday
- SESSION (10.30 – 12.30) - Citizenship, State, and Identity: theoretical, philosophical and thematic discussions
John Rex: The Basic Elements of Systematic Theory of Ethnic Relations Applied to Turkey
Jan Nederveen Pieterse: Multiculturalism, Citizenship and Globalization
- SESSION (14.00 – 17.00) - Citizenship, State, and Identity: Views from the “Western” Societies
Thomas Faist: Social Citizenship in the European Union: Nested Membership
Ayşe Çağlar: Citizenship Light: Paradoxical State Practice and Multiple Rules of Membership
Bobby Sayyid: Citizenship, Identity and Religion
Tomas Hammar: Citizenship in Nordic Countries
- SESSION (9.30- 12.30) - Citizenship, State, and Identity: Views from a “non-Western” Setting
Fuat Keyman: Post-National Citizenship and Democratisation in Turkey
Hasan Bülent Kahraman: Citizenship and Identity: Rethinking Turkish Modernity in Relation to Europe.
Engin F. Işın: Citizenship After Orientalism and Synoecism
Banu Helvacıoğlu: Masculinity and Morality in the Constitution of Citizenship.
- SESSION (14.00 – 17.00) - Citizenship, State, and Identity: the Turkish Experiences
Nilüfer Göle: Homogenous Secular Public Sphere Challenged by Cutural Difference and Globalization in Turkey.
Arus Yumul: Minorities and Citizenship in Turkey.
Ahmet İçduygu: Citizenship Caught by Dichotomies – Citizen, Nation-State and International Migration.
Kemal Kirişçi: Betraying a Civic Definition of Turkish Citizenship: The Case of Kurds in the Early Republican Era.
- Ayşe Çağlar – Free University, Germany
- Thomas Faist – University of Bremen, Germany
- Nilüfer Göle – Bogazici University, Turkey
- Thomas Hammar – University of Stockholm, Sweden
- Banu Helvacıoğlu – Bilkent University, Turkey
- Ahmet İçduygu – Bilkent University, Turkey
- Engin Işın – York University, Canada
- Ayşe Kadıoğlu – Sabancı University, Turkey
- Hasan Bülent Kahraman – Sabancı University, Turkey
- Fuat Keyman – Bilkent University, Turkey
- Kemal Kirişçi – Bogazici University, Turkey
- Jan Nederveen Pieterse – Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands
- John Rex – University of Warwick, UK
- Boby Sayyid – University of Manchester, UK
- Arus Yumul – Bilgi University, Turkey