Territory and justice blog

by Chris Bertram on October 14, 2009

Just a brief note about one of my side projects, the Territory and Justice Network. Cara Nine (UC Cork) and I have been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) and the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences for this project. We’ve now had a couple of conferences. The first, in London back in February and now a little workshop in Novi Vinodolski, Croatia last week. We’ve now launched a blog for the project, which is my reason for posting here. Pay us a visit if you are interested in territory, justice, secession, migration and similar issues (especially from a political philosophy standpoint). And drop me a line if you’d like to become involved in the network in some way.



Sloth 10.14.09 at 5:50 pm

This looks like it will be of great interest and relevance to me, and I look forward to reading as the blog progresses.


djw 10.15.09 at 4:26 am

This looks excellent, glad to see you’re putting this together Cara Nine’s CPT piece and Pol Studies piece, while not *quite* entirely persuasive, were very very good and sharp and I’m looking forward to more.

Thanks! The paper repository from the Croatia conference will probably occupy a chunk of my weekend.


rea 10.16.09 at 10:20 am

Hopefully, you will not end up fighting off swarms of neoconfederate commentors.

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