Below please find the programme for the conference. Please note that some minor changes may still be possible. A final programme will be added about two weeks before the conference.
20. November 2018
|Registration and Morning Coffee
|Panel 1: Citizenship in Legal Theory
|Paul Gragl - Reclaiming Kantian Categories of Citizenship for Contemporary International Law
|Barbara von Rütte - From State Privilege to Right - A Reinterpretation of the Right to Citizenship
|Camilla Capucio - Rethinking Citizenship and Its Role in Multilevel Trade Governance: How Far Can We Go?
|Panel 2: Right to Citizenship?
|Liesl Muller - A Moment in Time: The African System’s Approach to New Paradigms of Citizenship and Statelessness
|Rayner Thwaites - Is Mr. Pham a Vietnamese National? Citizenship Deprivation and Foreign Nationality Law in Municipal Courts
|William Worster - The Obligation to Grant Nationality to Otherwise Stateless Children under CIL
|Ayelet Shachar - Cherry-Picking Citizens: The Political Economy of Wealth and Territorial Access
|Panel 3: The Boundaries of Citizenship
|Niovi Vavuola - Prevention, Surveillance and the Transformation of Citizenship in the “Security Union”: The Case of Foreign Terrorist Fighters
|Patrick Hoffman - Extraterritorial Naturalisation through the Lens of the Prohibition of Intervention
|Heli Askola - Transforming Citizenship in Australia
|Panel 4: New Institutions and Citizenship
|Giorgio Beretta - Citizenship and Tax Policies of States: Citizenship-Based Taxation and Citizenship-by-Investment Programs
|Odile Ammann - Passports for Sale: How Meritocratic Are Citizenship by Investment Programs?
|Francisca Costa & Pedro Ponte e Sousa - Discourses and Agendas on Global Citizenship: The Case of International Organizations
21. November 2018
|Panel 5: Fragmentation of Citizenship
|Lana Tatour - Managing Surplus Populations: The Making of Palestinian Citizenship in Israel
|Eva Pils & Matthieu Burnay - Chinese Citizenship as a Contested Idea: Domestic Fragmentation and Transnational Expansion
|Harald Stelzer & Amelie Stuart - Citizenship and Solidarity: Between Inclusion and Exclusion
|Giacomo Orsini & Sarah Smit - Institutional Racism Within the State of Exception: A Study of the Impact of Law on Migrants’ Everyday Lives in Belgium
|Panel 6: Union Citizenship I
|Andreas Müller - The Tale of the Three-Quarter Citizen. Exploring the Domaine Réservé of 'Own Nationals Only' Citizenship Rights
|Martijn van den Brink - A Qualified Defence of the Primacy of Nationality over Union Citizenship
|Lorin Wagner - Member State Nationality under EU Law: Union Citizens and the Others
|Christian Dadomo & Noëlle Quénivet - Assessing Eu Citizenship Under the Myopic Lens of Brexit
|Panel 7: Union Citizenship II
|Clemens Rieder - Conceptualising Welfare Through EU Citizenship
|Eva Ricarda Lautsch - Citizens Through Law
|Eduardo Manuel Oliveira e Sousa & Noémia Bessa Vilela - One Nationality, Two Citizenships
You can also download a PDF version of the draft program here.
Institute of International Law and International Relations & Uni-ETC
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20-21. November 2018
Faculty of Law Building
University of Graz