Suzanne Bloks presents her research at national and international conferences.
Find an overview of past and upcoming talks below.
There are currently no forthcoming talks planned.
2021, May 6 - The Democratic Legitimacy of Border Coercion., CPP Disputationes Quadrangulae, Bi-Annual Workshop in political and legal philosophy by Leiden & Leuven, Online.
2020, December 11 - The (Un)Bounded Demos: A logical consequence of procedural democratic principles?, Annual Conference of the Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW), Tilburg University, Online.
2019, November 7 - De gekozen burgemeester via instemmingsverkiezingen [Electing the mayor with approval voting], Young Researchers Event of the Dutch Association of Constitutional Law, Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations, the Hague, the Netherlands.
2019, May 3 - Minimum-sized Condorcet Winning Sets in Preference Profiles, Computational Social Choice Seminar, ILLC, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
2017, December 15 - National Sovereignty: Conceptualising an Essentially Contested Concept, Annual Dutch Constitutional Law Conference: Globalization as a Challenge to National Soveriegnty, Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
2017, June 8 - Referendums in Representative Democracy: Learning from Social Choice, Dare to Cross Over!, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands.