Conference on Republics and Republicanism. Theory and Pratice. Heritage / Present and Future Perspectives
Venice International University, Venice, Italy
May 3-5, 2019
The aim of the conference is to discuss Republicanism in a broad, multidisciplinary and worldwide perspective, and to start up a series of such meetings to be held in Venice every two years. Themes covered: 1) Political theory and philosophy of Republicanism; 2) The historical manifestations of Republicanism in ideas, movements, regimes and the arts; 3) The study of contemporary political practices which are explicitly or implicitly republican and their future prospects. A more detailed description can be found here.
Keynote Speaker: PHILIP PETTIT, Princeton University
Scholars in all fields are invited to apply for participation.
Please send your CV and an abstract with full contact address (including email), the title and a summary of the paper of approximately 250 words to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for submission: December 10, 2018
Notification of acceptance: by 15 January 2019
Shaul Bassi (Ca' Foscari University of Venice)
Oleg Kharkhordin (European University at St. Petersburg)
Natalia Mazur (European University at St. Petersburg)
Luca Pes (Venice International University)
Giovanni Zanalda (Duke University)
Friday May 3
Evening: Opening with Keynote Speaker Philip Pettit
Saturday May 4
Morning: papers on Political theory and philosophy of Republicanism
Afternoon: papers on the historical manifestations of Republicanism in ideas, movements, regimes and the arts
Sunday May 5
Morning: papers on the study of contemporary political practices, which are explicitly or implicitly republican and their future prospects
Afternoon: discussion on future plans