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About Caterina Di Fazio

Caterina Di Fazio is a doctoral student in philosophy conjointly at Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and at Charles University in Prague. She defended her dissertation “Phenomenology of Political Space” at the Sorbonne in May 2018. Previously a visiting scholar at the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford, she is currently a visiting scholar at the Departments of Philosophy and Political Science at Columbia University in the City of New York.

 

Articles by Caterina Di Fazio

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Agora Europe disembarks in the UK

It is a paradoxical time in which it is possible to create a transnational, European anti-Europe league, but seemingly impossible to create a pro-European one. Time to talk.

An agora on the European political space: why is Europe the decisive political space for the Left?

All countries within the European Union – and beyond – face the epochal challenge that there is no longer a shared conception of what a state is. A starting point and an invitation.

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