Martin Deleixhe is a researcher at the Free University of Brussels. After a Master’s Degree on the debate between liberals and communitarians, he has addressed the role of migration in shaping collective identity. His doctorate thesis focuses on the moral demands imposed on foreigners by radical democratic theories, and the consequences of such exigencies on EU asylum policies.
About: James D. Ingram, Radical Cosmopolitics. The Ethics and Politics of Democratic Universalism, Columbia University Press, New York, 2013, 338p.
À propos de : Duchesne Sophie, Frazer Elizabeth, Haegel Florence, Van Ingelgom Virginie, Citizens’ Reactions to European Integration Compared. Overlooking Europe, Palgrave MacMillan.
À propos de : G. Le Blanc, Dedans, dehors. La condition d’étranger, Éditions du Seuil.