The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination will convene a round table discussion on self-determination on Thursday, February 22, 2018, beginning at 12:00 p.m. in 019 Bendheim Hall. Princeton University faculty and students are invited to join the discussion. To attend, RSVP to Angella Sandford (link sends e-mail).
Participants will include practitioners and academics from a variety of disciplines, ranging from philosophy, politics, and international relations to anthropology and cultural studies. The dialogue will aim to update notions of self-determination by examining its form in the modern age, how different movements might be influenced by one another, and the impact of both self-determination movements and responses to them by global actors in the international sphere. Both practical and theoretical aspects of these themes will be addressed, with a particular eye to eliciting reflections on diverse self-determination suits ongoing throughout wider Europe and the Middle East.
Prof. Uriel Abulof, Associate Professor of Politics at Tel-Aviv University, Non-Resident Fellow, LISD
Prof. Laia Balcells, Associate Professor, Government Department, Georgetown University
Prof. John Borneman, Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University
Prof. Omri Boehm, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, The New School
Dr. Barbara Buckinx, Associate Research Scholar, LISD
Prof. Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, Director and Founder, LISD
Dr. Beth English, Director of the Women in the Global Community Program of LISD
H.E. Salam Fayyad, Visiting Senior Scholar, Daniella Lipper Coules '95 Distinguished Visitor in Foreign Affairs, former Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority
Dr. Jordi Graupera, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, LISD
Mr. Knut Hammarskjold, Non-Resident Fellow, LISD
Amb. Dr. Hans-Ulrich Seidt, Former Inspector General of the German Foreign Office, Former German Ambassador to South Korea and Afghanistan