This seminar explores historical and theoretical dimensions of global citizenship. We are examining its roots, evolution, and diffusion, considering leading sites and exemplars of global citizenship, the causes and interests they represent, and the institutions and venues in which global citizenship is put into practice. We are addressing the relationship between global citizenship and other forms of identity and commitment, paying primary attention to the relations—of conflict and cooperation—with religious universalisms and forms of identity.
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