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International Joint Conference of the Leibniz Research Center for Inclusive Citizenship (CINC) and the Standing Group Citizenship of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): Inclusive Citizenship as Belongings, Practices and Acts

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International Joint Conference of the Leibniz Research Center for Inclusive Citizenship (CINC) and the Standing Group Citizenship of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR): Inclusive Citizenship as Belongings, Practices and Acts

Leitung:  Prof. Dr. Dirk Lange, Dr. Steve Kenner, Christiane Schröder, Dr. Malte Kleinschmidt
Jahr:  2022
Laufzeit:  29.09.2022 - 01.10.2022

At the First International Congress of the Leibniz Research Center CINC in cooperation with the Biannual Conference of the Standing Group Citizenship of the ECPR, we will jointly examine various aspects of inclusion and citizenship as belongings, practices and acts. Its aim is to facilitate a theoretical discussion as well as a presentation of empirical findings. We will look at citizenship and inclusion as social practices from different interdisciplinary perspectives such as gender and migration, learning and education, digitalization, medicine and cultural heritage.
The various research projects at this conference address and empirically investigate the development and current patterns of inclusive and exclusive civic practices and routines in different fields of action and institutional settings. The normative and analytical dimensions of inclusive citizenship will be further defined and the inherent antinomies of normative concepts of inclusion and the ambivalences of citizenship will be reflected. Citizenship as a dual character of civic status and civic practice, includes the tension between desired inclusion and co-produced exclusion. The duality of civic status and civic practice is itself always in a dichotomous state between desired or propagated inclusion and actual co-produced exclusion. Citizenship refers to both membership status and membership roles in a socialization process. In terms of status and practice, citizenship controls specific configurations of exclusion and inclusion across different socialization processes.

https://ecpr.eu/Events/205

https://www.cinc.uni-hannover.de/de/international-conference-2022/