The Centre for the Study of Democracy and the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture invites Seloua Luste Boulbina (Univ. Paris-Diderot/LCSP) for the third cycle of the seminar series “French Politics: A Neighbour’s ‘History of the Present’”, entitled “Can France Think of Itself as Postcolonial?”
Seloua Luste Boulbina's paper will explore what would it mean to decolonise today's France.
About the seminar series
“French Politics: A Neighbour’s ‘History of the Present’” is a monthly seminar series organised by the University of Westminster (Centre for the Study of Democracy and Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture), introducing the “crème de la crème” of French research in Social Sciences and Humanities.
This series is designed with the Foucauldian notion of “history of the present” in mind and will tackle some of the most pressing challenges of French politics and political theory today.
The series is divided into three cycles:
- An authoritarian spiral in France?
- French universalism vs. Alien identities?
- Can France think of itself as postcolonial?
With kind support from the French Embassy in the UK - Higher Education Research and Innovation Department (in association with “The Borders of Identity” seminar series supported by the Funds d’Alembert 2019) and the Political Studies Association.
Fyvie Hall, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Contact for more information
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