Consent, Monarchy and Indigeneity: Concepts for a Global Memory of Europe

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November 15, 2023
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November 21, 2023


Center for French Culture and Francophone Studies at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Political Science
and International Studies at the University of Warsaw invite you to the "Geopolitical Tuesday" seminar
Consent, Monarchy and Indigeneity: Concepts for a Global Memory of Europe

which will be held on Tuesday 28th of November 2023 at 3 pm (CET)
with the participation of Dr. Hector Calleros
American Studies Center of the University of Warsaw

The seminar will be held in English.

This lecture tries to understand the connections between concepts such as Consent, Monarchy and Indigeneity in relation to the legacies of British and Hispanic presence in the Americas. The objective is to identify the importance of monarchies as contemporary political institutions. The lecture includes some contemporary examples that illustrate the relevance of the topic. Theoretically, the proposal is based on the notion of concepts as “tools for the collection of facts, containers of data” (Giovani Sartori 1970).

Dr. Hector Calleros is a Political Scientist. His current research focuses on the study of political institutions within constitutional democracies. Specifically, He is interested in understanding the place of indigenous peoples within democracy (in practice and at theoretical levels). His research also focuses on the dynamics of constitutional democracy centred on concepts such as self-determination, consent, self-government, and autonomy. Currently, He is a full time lecturer and researcher at the American Studies Center (OSA-UW). Before settling down in Warsaw, he was a researcher and lecturer at El Colegio de Tlaxcala A.C. (Mexico: 2011-2016). As a visiting researcher, he has hosted by the University of Bucharest (ICUB Research Institute), and the University of Warsaw (ISM: Institute of International Studies). Within the Erasmus mobility programmes, he has delivered a lectures at Charles University (Czech Republic: Center of Ibero-American Studies, and Institute of International Studies), and Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (Bulgaria: Department of English and American Studies and Department of Hispanic Studies). He holds a B.A. in
Political Science (UNAM: Mexico’s National University), a MA in Legislative Studies (The University of Hull, UK), and a PhD Political Studies (The University of Leeds, UK).