April 4 and 5 – Michael Freeden is our guest in Belgrade

Institute of European Studies is proud to present
Michael Freeden, Professor Emeritus of Mansfield College, Oxford
as a guest in Belgrade

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Tuesday, 4th April, 17h – Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, Jove Ilica 165.
LECTURE: DIFFERENT PATHS OF CONTEMPORARY LIBERALISM

Wednesday, 5th April – Institute of European Studies, Nikola Pasic Square, IV floor, room 136
ROUND TABLE: IDEOLOGIES AND POLITICAL THEORY TODAY – STATE OF AFFAIRS

10.00 -10.30
Michael Freeden – Introductory Presentation

10.30 – 11.30 First panel
Dusan Dostanic – Contemporary Conservatism’s Changes: From Market to Identity
Stevan Gajic – The Russian Political Thought Today
Misa Djurkovic – Conspirology and Political Theory

11.30. – 11.45 Coffee break

11.45 – 12.45 Second panel
Slobodan Samardzic – European Studies and Political Theory
Zaklina Novicic – Ideology and IR Theory
Michael Antolovic – Historical Writings after the End of Grand Narratives – the Legacy of Marxism in Contemporary Historiography.

12.45 – 13.00 Coffee Break

13.00 – 14.00 Third panel
Aleksandar Novakovic – Reductionism and Political Theory – a Case of Neoliberalism
Bojan Vranic – Political Theory and Essentialy Contested Concepts
Dragan D Lakicevic – Impact of Liberal Reforms in Serbia

14. 00 Concluding remarks

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Professor Freeden is a leading theorist of ideology, and the founding editor of the Journal of
Political Ideologies. His book Ideologies and Political Theory: A Conceptual Approach (Oxford,
1996) and collection Reassessing Political Ideologies: The Durability of Dissent (ed.) (London,
2001) are treated as classics in the field of political theory and ideology studies.

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