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The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the most multidisciplinary faculties in the HSE. It is the product of uniting the faculties of sociology, applied political science, psychology and public administration, which are now schools, and a series of laboratories, research centers and institutes. This kind of synthesis of education and research in the sphere of social sciences is a standard part of global best practice for a modern research university.
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The next meeting of the Contemporary Issues in Political Science Research Seminar at the Faculty of Social Sciences will be held on October 25.
Speaker: Dr. Dejan Stjepanovic, University of Dundee
Subject: Shared Territories and Multilevel Polities: A Heterarchical Approach
The presentation/lecture is based on a working paper investigating condominium-like territories in nested, multilevel constellations. Condominiums, territories shared between sovereign states have been rare in practice and almost equally neglected by the theories of federalism and territorial politics. Comparative analysis of sub-state or sub-union condominiums, territories shared by constituent units, beyond some research on federal capitals, has been missing altogether. The aim is not only to fill a significant theoretical gap, while introducing the notion of heterarchy, but also, in the long run, to explicate crucial policy implications of shared territories in the context of multinational federal states and regional unions. This comparative analysis and transformative theoretical endeavour will lead to a) the introduction of the 'shared territories' paradigm to the federalism and territorial politics literature and b) rethinking of policy choices by providing appropriate and a so far missing toolset for political conflict/territorial dispute resolution that goes beyond exclusive sovereignty. The aim of the presentation/lecture is to introduce the theoretical model and receive feedback from HSE academic community.
Work language: English.
Where: Moscow, 3 Krivokolenny Pereulok, room 3-204.
When: October 25, 4:40 p.m.
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