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What the courts miss in the Constitution

27 April 2017

Prof Rajeev Bhargava, Institute for Social Justice and Centre for the Study of Developing Societies The article was originally published …

Call for papers - Vladimir Jankélévitch in the twenty-first century

18 April 2017

A roundtable to be held at the Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University, Sydney, 15-16th February 2018. Vladimir Jankélévitch …

We first need a uniform criminal code

18 April 2017

Professor Rajeev Bhargava This article was originally published by The Hindu.   …

The legitimation crisis of Indian democracy

11 April 2017

Professor Rajeev Bhargava for The Hindu Will a disgruntled populace rely …

Professor Jacqueline Rose at Sydney Writers Festival

10 April 2017

Professorial Fellow Jacqueline Rose will be heading two events at this year’s Sydney Writers Festival. Professor Rose will be involved …

Theory & Event - The Trump Presidency

24 March 2017

The January issue of Theory & Event is featuring numerous essays by political theorists on the Trump administration. Among the …

A simple bicycle and the complex practice of democracy

19 March 2017

Prof Rajeev Bhargava for The Hindu If we don’t have a stake in …

To change torture practices, we must change the entire system

16 March 2017

Dr Kiran Grewal, Institute for Social Justice Preventing torture goes beyond understanding individuals—it requires changing an entire system that …

The moral ambiguity of modern religion

05 March 2017

Prof Rajeev Bhargava for The Hindu Citizens can neither demand that the …

Responding to Neo-Fascism (Part 2)

22 February 2017

Full-bodied Democratic Power Six Theses for a Robust Resistance to Trumpian Fascism Romand Coles and Lia Haro, Institute …