Suzanne Bloks presents her research at international conferences, seminars and workshops.
Find an overview of past and upcoming talks below.
2022, May 31 - Freedom from Domination and Border Coercion, Vivès Seminar, Hoover Chair, UCLouvain, Belgium.
2022, June 3 - Freedom from Domination and Border Coercion, Territory & Migration Workhop, Universität Hamburg, Germany.
2022, June 16 - For Partially Enfranchising Denizens (co-presented by Daniel Häuser), OZSW RANT Workshop, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
2022, June 20 - For Partially Enfranchising Denizens (co-presented by Daniel Häuser), Seminar DFG Graduate Program 'Collective Decision-Making', Universität Hamburg, Germany.
2022, June 27 - On the Domination and Democratic Inclusion of (Prospective) Refugees, 12th Braga Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy, Panel 6 on Displacement and Refuge, Braga, Portugal.
2022, June 27 - For Partially Enfranchising Denizens (co-presented by Daniel Häuser), 12th Braga Meetings on Ethics and Political Philosophy, Panel 7 on Ethics of Migration, Integration and Territory in (Non-)Ideal Conditions, Braga, Portugal.
2022, September 10 - Designing Deliberative Democracy, Workshop 'Democratic Decision-Making Methods: Deliberation and Voting', Universität Hamburg, Germany.
2022, September 12 - Designing Deliberative Democracy, GAP.11 (German Society for Analytic Philosophy), Panel 15 on Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany.
2022, September 29 - Freedom from Domination and Border Coercion, IX. Tagung für Praktische Philosophie, Universität Salzburg, Austria.
2022, April 21 - Equal or Proportional Political Power? A Neo-Republican Theory of Democratic Inclusion., CPP Colloquium, Centre for Political Philosophy, Leiden University, the Netherlands.
2022, January 13 - The Democratic Boundary Problem and the Design of Parliamentary Constituencies, Seminar DFG Graduate Program 'Collective Decision-Making', Universität Hamburg, Germany.
2021, November 26 - Waarom het volk niet beslist [Why the people do not decide], Cleveringabijeenkomst, Leiden University, the Hague, the Netherlands.
2021, October 12 - The Democratic Legitimacy of Coercive Immigration Control, Boundary Problem Workshop, Institute for Future Studies, Online.
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 Sovereignty, 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.