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Durham University

Ustinov College


08:00 – 09:00: Registration and Breakfast

09:00 – 09:45: Welcome and Introduction

Dr. Rebecca Bouveng, Durham University

Professor Danny Donoghue, Durham University

09:45 – 10:45: Keynote Address

Professor Dibyesh Anand, University of Westminster

10:45 – 11:00: Tea and Coffee

11:00 – 12:15: Global Citizenship and Multiple Identities

What does citizenship and nationalism mean in a Plurinational State?: Plurinational citizenship in Bolivia

Dr. Jonathan Alderman, University of St. Andrews

Being Russian in times of change: exploring feelings of continuity about a diverse nation in flux

Ms. Leila Wilmers, Loughborough University

Securing Nationalism: Depoliticisation Through Co-opted Multitude

Mr. Harry Mongini, University of Westminster


12:15 – 13:15: Lunch

13:15 – 14:30: Global Citizenship and International Education

Curriculum internationalization in a Kazakhstani secondary school as a threat to the national identity

Ms. Aliya Khasseneyeva, Durham University

Global Citizenship Education’s Impact on Students’ Political Identity: A Study on Hong Kong Local Students attending International Schools

Ms. Vivian Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Minerva Schools at KGI: Universities, Ethnic and Racial Equality, and Global Citizenship

Mr. Abdulla Omaigan, Durham University


14:30 – 15:30: Workshop

Ms. Sachiko Ishihara, Uppsala University

15:30 – 15:45: Tea, Coffee, and Cake

15:45 – 16:45: Globalism / Nationalism: Alternative Discourses

The Music(s) of Soviet Jewry under Stalin: Soviet Yiddish vernacular musical cultures and the ‘nationality’ question

Dr. Ian Biddle, Newcastle University

Why is the Globalist / Nationalist Dichotomy So Misleading? It Obscures the Paradigmatic Planetarist Alternative from View

Dr. Stefan Pedersen, University of Leeds


16:45 – 17:00: Closing Remarks