Session V

FRIDAY (May 2): 9:00 - 11:00 AM
ROOM

CHAIR

George Soroka

(Harvard U, US)

soroka@fas.harvard.edu

PAPERS

Didem Doğar

(McGill U, Canada)

didem.dogar@mail.mcgill.ca

Do Migrants Suspected of Terrorism Deserve Human Dignity?

The Borderline Between the Rule of Law and War on Terrorism

Yuval Feinstein

(U of Haifa, Israel)

fyuval@soc.haifa.ac.il

How Do Nationalist Narratives Affect Anti-Immigrant Attitudes?

Exceptionalism and Collective Victimhood in Contemporary Israel

Cristina Dragomir

(Columbia U, US)

cid2102@columbia.edu

The European Roma: The Unlikely Indian Diaspora

Seraina Ruegger

(ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

ruegger@icr.gess.ethz.ch

The Causes of Irredentist Claims

Johanne Lefeldt

(Johannes Gutenberg-U of Mainz, Germany)

lefeldt@uni-mainz.de

Living Together in and with Diversity in a New York Neighborhood

DISCUSSANT

Siobhan Kirkland

(George Washington U, US)

siobhankirkland@gwmail.gwu.edu

 

Co-Ethnics, Migrants and Diasporas

Friday May 3, 9:00 - 11:00 AM 

Nationalism studies

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