Conference Programme, Abstracts and Papers

Becoming a Citizen

The Citizenship Project: 3rd Global Meeting

Saturday 11th July – Monday 13th July 2015
Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom


The programme for the conference is available below. Delegates are listed according to the session in which they appear. Delegate abstracts and draft papers (where available) can be viewed on subsequent pages where they are listed in alphabetical order according to surname. Each delegate is listed according to their affiliation.

Final Conference Programme

 

Saturday 11th July 2015
From 12.30
Conference Registration

13.30
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Jonathan Gourlay and Ram Vemuri

14.00
Session 1: Perspectives on Citizenship
Chairs: Jonathan Gourlay and Ram Vemuri

Opening Roundtable Discussion

15.30
Coffee

16.00
Session 2: Citizenship, Nationality, and Identity
Chair: Jonathan Gourlay

Decentralization and the Identity of the Citizen – Deepening Democracy or Driving Disadvantage
Tamara Nair

Historical Rooting for the Concept of Citizenship
Brahimi Tarek

Nationality and Citizenship: Which is My Right?
Weronika Sobita

 

17.30
Notices and Announcements

17.40
Wine Reception

18.30
Conference Dinner

 

Sunday 12th July 2015
10.30
Coffee

11.00
Session 3: Teaching and Living Citizenship
Chair: Judith Zangerle

Shaping and Representation of Young Citizens: Cultural Politics, Citizenship Meaning, and Possibilities in New Zealand’s Schooling Curriculum
Philippa Hunter

Students’ understandings about citizenship and citizenship education in selected secondary schools in Chile
Paula Leal

“Join Our Band of Brothers”: Screening 1980s Nationalism and Masculinity in Shane Meadows’ This is England
Kathleen Starck

12.30
Lunch

14.00
Session 4: Getting Along    
Chair: Ram Vemuri

The Problem of Living Together in the Global World: Rethinking the Turkish Multi-Culturalism and the Search for a New Model
Emrah Basaran

Subjective Elements of Citizenship: Exploring Narratives of Japanese Migrants in Australia
Atsushi Takeda

Citizenship as an Egg? Lessons from a Historical Review of International Migrants’ Healthcare Entitlement in Canada
Yin Yuan (Y.Y.) Brandon Chen

15.30
Coffee

16.00
Session 5: Creating Citizenship
Chair: Weronika Sobita

Inventing citizenship
Lana Zdravković

Active Citizenship, Agency and Empowerment
Noor Jdid

 

Monday 13th July 2015
10.30
Coffee

11.00
Session 6: What We Talk About When We Talk About Citizens I
Chair: Noor Jdid

The Definition of a Minimum Income Standard as a Contribution to the Promotion of Social Citizenship: the Case of Portugal
Maria Ines Amaro

Paradise Costs: Citizenship and Bureaucracy in the Federated States of Micronesia
Jonathan Gourlay

Why the Question “Where are you from?” Should Never be Asked to a Third Culture Kid OR: Living Between Worlds
Judith Zangerle

12.30
Lunch

14.00
Session 7: What We Talk About When We Talk About Citizens II
Chair: Philippa Hunter      

National Citizenship: A Case Study of Romanian United Principalities, 1856-1866
Diana-Sorina Bodia

I Am the Three Percent
Amanda Bigler

15.30
Coffee

16.00
Project Development Meeting — Followed by Closing Remarks and Publications and Project Volunteers

16.30
Conference Ends