Stateless Sovereignties: Forms, Trajectories, Futures

The “Stateless Sovereignties” speaker series seeks to explore the concept and practice of sovereignty outside of its traditional euro- and state centric heritage and definitions, by inviting internationally renown scholars to unpack, pluralize and disassemble the concept with perspectives coming from the margins of the global order. By moving sovereignty beyond its conventional connection to statehood, the series aims to adapt the concept to a new set of circumstances, so that it may better account for the many radical experiments with governance across the world, and the rapid changes impacting peoples’ ways of relating to each other.

These seminars will be held at St Antony’s College in the Syndicate Room on Fridays at 17:00, unless otherwise specified.

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Type: Seminar Series
Series organisers: Faisal Devji, Axel Rudi
Timing: Fridays at 17:00, unless otherwise specified
Organising department: Faculty of History


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Editors: Laura Spence, Belinda Clark