The Contested People: Democratic Dissent on Collective Identity and Affiliation

Presenter: Franziska Martinsen
Comment: Christine Unrau 
Chair: Lauren Eastwood

Ort: Virtueller Horst Schimanski Saal
Datum: 5. Juli 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 Uhr

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Kolloquium Programm April bis Juli 2022

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