Engin Isin on BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed

By Engin Isin · 16 February 2012

Engin Isin spoke to Laurie Taylor about Citizens Without Frontiers. They discussed the new politics of citizenship and explored the ways in which people embrace acts and causes which transcend national boundaries.

The programme was broadcast on 15 February 2012 on BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed. If you would like to listen to the interview please go to BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed.

Engin Isin's forthcoming book Citizens Without Frontiers elaborating on the themes of his inaugural lecture on 7 February 2012 will be published later this year.

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  • Engin Isin

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    Engin Isin
    The Open University
    Prof Engin Isin holds a Chair in Citizenship and is Professor of Politics in Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, The Open University. He is also a past... Read more

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