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The Dark Side of Internationalism: Transnational Terrorism and the Internationalization of Repression

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The Center for Advanced Studies, the Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, the Gorecki Lecture Series, the Transnational Seminar, the Department of Sociology; the Department of Geography; the Department of History; the Depart­ment of Political Science; the Department of Urban and Regional Planning; the Program on Women and Gender in Global Perspectives; the Center for Global Studies; the School of Law and its Center for Law and Globali­zation; the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory; and the cross-campus Initiative for Transnational Futures (ITF)
1000 Lincoln Hall, 702 S Wright Street, Urbana
Nov 21, 2013   6:00 pm  
Dr. Sidney Tarrow
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Department of Sociology

Sidney Tarrow (PhD, Berkeley, 1965) is the Emeritus Maxwell M. Upson Professor of Government at Cornell University.  He is a leading scholar in the field of social movements and contentious politics and is currently working on a book tentatively titled War, States, and Contention.

This lecture is based on Tarrow's new book project in which he traces in a series of historical and internationally comparative chapters the complex and, at times, seemingly paradoxical, relations between war, rights and contention from Cromwell's era to the present.

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