A clutch of nationalism-related seminars at the University of Edinburgh over the next few days …
TUESDAY 15 NOVEMBER
1pm, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, 2 Hope Park Square.
Dr Luc Turgeon (University of Ottawa, IASH-SSPS Fellow): A Tale of Two Liberalisms? Attitudes toward Religious Minority Symbols in Quebec and the Rest of Canada.
[Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Work in Progress talk]
3pm, Neil MacCormick Room, David Hume Tower.
Dr Balazs Majtenyi (Eotvos Lorand University): How the EU Becomes the Other: A Comparison of Hungarian Constitutional Crises and Brexit.
[Constitutional Law Discussion Group]
5pm, Room G16, William Robertson Wing, Medical School, Teviot Place.
Mark Jones (UCD): Killing under the Shadow of the Schießbefehl: Political and Cultural Mobilisation during the ‘March Uprising’ of 1919.
[Centre for the Study of Modern Conflict]
5.15pm, Room 2.13, Old Infirmary, 1 Drummond Street.
Professor Philip Goad (University of Melbourne. ESALA Geddes Visiting Fellow): Bauhaus Australia: modernism, migration and exile.
[Architectural History and Theory Seminar Series]
5.30pm, University of Edinburgh Chaplaincy.
Aaqil Ahmed (Head of Religion & Ethics and Commissioning Editor of Religion at the BBC): Fear mongering, Faith and the Responsibility of the Media.
[Alwaleed Centre / Scottish Inter-Faith Week]
WEDNESDAY 16 NOVEMBER
2pm, Seminar Room, Chrystal Macmillan Building.
Malathi de Alwis; Trauma, Memory & Forgetting in Post-war Sri Lanka.
[School of Social and Political Science]
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