Engin Isin is Professor of Politics at The Open University, UK. He is a leading scholar of citizenship studies and is a Chief Editor of the journal Citizenship Studies. He is author and editor of fifteen books in the field, including 'Being Political' and 'Citizens Without Frontiers’.
Michel Foucault as an activist intellectual
Foucault's 1982 - 3 lectures presented his thoughts on the subject of parrhesia, or the truth-telling subject. He...
Published in: digitaLibertiesWho is the subject of digital rights?
Digital rights organizations already number more than ecological rights or animal rights movements at their height....
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Acts, affects, calls
What art accomplishes in performing politics is to govern (placing beings into play with one another) bodies through...
Who are Europe's citizens?
This introduction to an event on enacting European citizenship asks: who are Europe's citizens, how are they...
Deorientalizing citizenship? An introduction to the second Oecumene symposium
In the first of a series of videos from the Oecumene project's second symposium on citizenship, orientalism and...
Citizenship after orientalism - an introduction
Introducing this week's guest theme.