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Publié le 27 septembre 2022 Mis à jour le 29 septembre 2022

Liberalism and Conservatism at a crossroads: exploring the notion of society and the individual (19th-21st centuries)

Alexis de Tocqueville
Alexis de Tocqueville

Research seminar 2022-2023

CY Cergy Paris Université (AGORA) & Université de Tours (ICD)
Fridays from 2-4pm either in Cergy, Paris (FMSH) or in Tours and always online

Programme:

- 30 Sept. 2022: Dr Dominic Burbidge (Faculty of Law, University of Oxford), “The Nature of Power, or Lack Thereof, for Understanding the Relationship between Society and the Individual” – at FMSH, 54 Bd Raspail, 75006 Paris, room B01-01 /hybrid.

- 21 Oct 2022: Dr Edmund Neill (History Department, The New College of the Humanities at Northeastern University), Discussion on his latest book Conservatism (Polity Press, 2021) – at CY Cergy Paris Université/hybrid.

- 2 Dec. 2022: Prof. Chandran Kukathas (School of Social Sciences, Singapore Management University), “What is Capitalism?” - at CY Cergy Paris Université/hybrid.

- 17 Feb. 2023: Prof. Françoise Orazi (Université de Lyon II) – “Through thick and thin: how much freedom for the individual in Liberal thought?” – online.

- 17 March 2023: Prof. Peter Dorey (Cardiff University) – “Title to be announced” – online.

- 21 April 2023: Prof. Tim Bale (Queen Mary University, London) – On his last book “Beyond Brexit: The Conservatives” – at FMSH, 54 Bd Raspail, 75006 Paris room B01-01 /hybrid.

- 26 May 2023: Prof. Jeremy Jennings (King’s College, London) – “Travels with Tocqueville beyond America: A Year in Tours” – In Tours /hybrid.

Contact to ask for the online links: catherine.marshall@cyu.fr

Organisers:
CY Cergy Paris Université, Laboratoire AGORA
- Catherine Marshall, PR Histoire et civilisation britannique, coorganisatrice
- Emmanuelle De Champs, PR Histoire et civilisation britannique
- Yann Giraud, PR Histoire de la pensée économique, directeur d’AGORA

Université de Tours, Laboratoire « Interactions Culturelles et Discursives », axe 1 « Politique »
- Stéphane Porion, MCF Civilisation britannique – coorganisateur
- Nathalie Anna Champroux, PR Civilisation britannique

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Partenaires :
Université de Tours (ICD)
Contact
Catherine Marshall : catherine.marshall@cyu.fr