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Democracy: the Rule of Nobody?

Drawn from lectures originally delivered at the Institute for Management and Planning, Teheran, 5th May 2004 and (in revised form) at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB), 14th July 2004. The Sovereign People? Among the most taken-for-granted propositions when discussing democracy...

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18 January 2011
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The Rise and Fall of Democracies

At the Byron Bay Writers Festival, in conversation with Griffith Review Editor Julianne Schultz, Professor John Keane talks us through the rise and fall of democracies and empires, from a primarily historical perspective.   Big Ideas (ABC) Original Link here From the very first...

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31 August 2010
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The life and death of democracy: Bridget Cotter interviews John Keane

Dr. Bridget Cotter interviews John Keane, 9 June - CSD Bulletin, Summer 2010 John Keane discusses the reception of The Life and Death of Democracy in an interview with Bridget Cotter. This interview was published in the CSD Bulletin, Summer, 2010,...

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21 June 2010
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Civil Society: Monitory Democracy and Media in John Keane

An English synopsis of the PhD by Ramón Feenstra University Jaume I of Castellon (Spain) January 2010 INTRODUCTION There are essentially two basic reasons for the preeminent position that reflection on civil society has acquired among theorists of democracy today. The first of these is...

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01 June 2010
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