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Contemporary China Research Cluster Public Lecture - Authoritarian Citizenship: a Paradox? (February 26, 9am)

Contemporary China Research Cluster Public Lecture - Authoritarian Citizenship: a Paradox? (February 26, 9am)

The concept of citizenship has long been associated with democratic states. Yet, ordinary people in authoritarian states also engage in a range of citizenship performances, from begging officials to intervene to protesting for rights. How should we conceptualize authoritarian forms of citizenship?

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 Social Sciences Faculty

 8th February, 2021

#China #Citizenship #PublicLecture #Research #SocialSciences

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