Tuesday, March 15, 2011
The Hannah Arendt Center
with the Human Rights Project
LIBYA AND THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT:
NOTES FOR AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF COSMOPOLITAN AUTHORITY.
Featuring Professor Ayça Çubukçu from Harvard University
Professor Çubukçu's talk asks the pressing question of whether the international community has a responsibility to protect Libyan citizens and guest workers threatened by the civil war and the Quaddafi regime's attempts to maintain power through violence and terror.
Professor Çubukçu currently teaches at Harvard University as a Lecturer on Social Studies. She has had post-doctoral fellowships at the Committee on Global Thought at Columbia and the European University Institute in Florence where she was a Max Weber Fellow.
You can read an essay which offers an early and polemical version of her talk here:
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