In the past few years, the Seminars held in Istanbul in collaboration with Bilgi University have discussed topics such as 1.Postsecularism (2008), 2.Religion, Human rights and Multicultural Jurisdictions (2009), 3. Realigning Liberalism: Pluralism, Integration, Identities (2010), 4.Overcoming the Trap of resentment (2011), 5. The Promises of Democracy in Troubled Times (2012), 6. The Sources of Political Legitimacy. From the Erosion of the Nation-State to the Rise of Political Islam (2013), 7. The Sources of Pluralism. Metaphysics, Epistemology, Law and Politics (2014) 8. Politics Beyond Borders. The Republican Model Challenged by the Internationalization of Economy, Law and Communication (2015), Religion Rights and the Public Sphere (2016).
The proceedings of the Seminars are published by the journal Philosophy& Social Criticism, Sage publications.
The 2017 edition of the Seminars was held on the Island of San Giorgio, Venice in partnership with Ca’ Foscari University, Giorgio Cini Foundation and Bilgi University, the topic was: “The Upsurge of Populism and the Decline of Diversity Capital”.
2013-2017: Asaf Savaş Akat, Seyla Benhabib, Giancarlo Bosetti, Alessandro Ferrara, Abdou Filali-Ansary, Nina zu Fürstenberg, Nilüfer Göle, Ferda Keskin, David Rasmussen.
2008-2012: Seyla Benhabib, Giancarlo Bosetti, Alessandro Ferrara, Abdou Filali-Ansary, Nina zu Fürstenberg, Nilüfer Göle, Ferda Keskin, Nadia Urbinati.
Students coordinator: Chiara Galbersanini, email@example.com