'Reclaiming Republicanism: Recovering the Tradition's Radical Heritage'

Convened by Karma Nabulsi, Stuart White and Bruno Leipold.

Funded by DPIR and Jesus College.

Department academic speakers:       Bruno Leipold, Karma Nabulsi, Stuart White

External (Other) speakers:                Ruth Kinna (Loughborough), Alex Prichard (Exeter), Alan Coffee (KCL), John Filling (UCL), Manjeet Ramgotra (SOAS), Alex Gourevitch (Brown), Guy Aitchison (UCL), and John McCormick (Chicago)


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'Revolutionary Violence in Anarchism and Republicanism'


Speakers: Ruth Kinna

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'Revolutionary Republicanism: Three Conceptions'


Speakers: Karma Nabulsi

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Opening Remarks by Stuart White


Speakers: Stuart White

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Concluding Discussion


Speakers: Stuart White

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‘The Contemporary Republican Aversion to Populist Democracy’


Speakers: John McCormick

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‘Three Models of Republican Rights: Juridical, Parliamentary and Popular’


Speakers: Guy Aitchison

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‘Solidarity and Civic Virtue’


Speakers: Alex Gourevitch

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‘Conceptual Silences: Republican Paradigms and Post-Colonial Thinking'


Speakers: Manjeet Ramgotra

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‘On Wage Slavery'


Speakers: John Filling

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‘Republican Marxism: On the Politics of Socialism'


Speakers: Bruno Leipold

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'Radical Republicanism: Freedom From A Slaves' Perspective'


Speakers: Alan Coffee

Dr Karma Nabulsi is Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations, Fellow in Politics, St Edmund Hall, Director Undergraduate StudiesDr Stuart White is Associate Professor of Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Jesus CollegeBruno Leipold is a DPhil student at DPIR