Political theory public seminars 1

   2017. június 8. 13:00 - 2017. június 8. 15:00

Political theory public seminars 1

A PTI realizmus kutatócsoportja szervezésében politikaelméleti nyilvános szemináriumi sorozat indul.


Az első előadások:

Elettra Repetto: "Expanding Civil Disobedience Beyond the Nation-State. A way towards International Political Participation"


Stanislas Richard: "Liberalism and exploitation"

Helyszín: T.2.35. (körtárgyaló)

Időpont: 2017. június 8. 13 óra


Az előadók rövid bemutatása:

Elettra Repetto:

She enrolled in the Doctoral School of Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations for a PhD in Political Science - Human Rights Minor, offered jointly by the Department of Legal Studies, in 2016. Her research interests include migration and political participation, cosmopolitanism and global justice. She obtained her European MA degree in Human Rights and Democratization from the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights (EIUC) in Venice, writing her thesis at the University College Dublin (UCD). Her E.MA thesis, Duty to disobey? A new perspective on the new civil disobedience, between international actors and digital media was awarded for its contribution to the promotion of human rights and published with the financial contribution of the European Commission. She completed her MA in Political Philosophy under the supervision of Pr. Doctor Ian Carter, at the University of Pavia, including one semester abroad at the University of Lisbon, and obtained her BA in Philosophy at the University of Genoa.  In between her completion of her MA and her experience in Budapest, Elettra worked as social worker with refugees both in Italy, with Caritas Italy, and in Greece, in a facility for unaccompanied minors in Samos, with Metadrasi.

Stanislas Richard:

Stanislas Richard received a Bachelor in Political Science from Universite de Lyon and his Master from the London School of Economics. His is a PhD candidate in Political Theory at the Central European University. His primary research interests are the philosophical theories of exploitation and the history of conservatism.