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Red Power Takeover: Native American Activists, Colonial Landscapes, and the Design of Sovereignty, Angelika E. Joseph, GS (984FB293)

This dissertation argues that the Red Power Movement (1969–1973) was an architectural project for Indigenous sovereignty. Every protest involved the takeover of colonial architecture:…

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Communicating Sovereignty: A History of the Muscogee Language and Communication Networks, Keely Smith, GS (21229670)

The United Nations declared the period between 2022 and 2032 as the International Decade of Indigenous Languages due to the critical situation of many Indigenous languages around the world. My…

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Universality and its Glitches Lecture Series Talk - Eric Santner "Negative Anthropology: Shakespeare, Sophocles, Freud“

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Beyond Norm-Takers or Norm-Breakers: India and China’s rhetorical engagement with the norm of sovereignty at the United Nations Security Council between 1971-1992, Kanishkh Kanodia, UG '23 (2270044)

Traditional accounts of Third World interaction with the norm of sovereignty presume that these states complied with the norm by assimilating into a Western-dominated order after decolonization,…

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Poullada Symposium - Between Wilayah and Waqf (Day 1)

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5.5 Allah, the God of us All

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Prentice Lecture: Christopher Smith

On Archaic Roman Kingship

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What Now? The 2016 Election and the Near Future

Speaker: Joshua Mitchell, Professor of Political Theory, Georgetown University To nearly everyone's surprise, Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States. What are the larger…

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The Only True Sovereign of A Free People? The Problem of Majority Rule in Madison, Calhoun, and Lincoln

James H. Read, Professor of Political Science; Joseph P. Farry, Professor of Public Policy, College of St. Benedict and St. John's University of Minnesota

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Critical Consumption - Citizenship-Sovereignty Panel

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Tocqueville's New Liberalism: Forms of Greatness in Democracy

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