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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 colonialism, Engin Isin discusses the major themes addressed in the symposium and outlines the future for the project

Engin Isin
6 May 2013


This video is part of a series this week from the Oecumene project's second symposium. Further videos this week will include the keynote speeches from Walter Mignolo and Saba Mahmood. All of the videos will appear on the Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism partnership page, funded by the Oecumene Project and the Open University.

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