Camil Ungureanu

Camil Ungureanu
Camil Ungureanu

Professor of political philosophy

Associate Professor of Political Philosophy at the Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona. He has taught in several European universities and in the United States, among them the University of Dublin and Richmond University. His area of research is contemporary political philosophy and political theory, religion, and law. He is presently coordinator of a research programme studying the political theory of Jürgen Habermas. He has published numerous articles and outstanding among his recent books are Cinema and Sacrifice (2016, Routledge, co-edited with C. Bradatan) and Contemporary Democratic Theory and Religion (Routledge, 2017, co-authored with P. Monti).

Update: 19 June 2018

Contents

Imaginaries of Europe. Rethinking Identity, Belonging and Sovereignty

Videos

Imaginaries of Europe. Rethinking Identity, Belonging and Sovereignty

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

The return of religion: Globalisation, belief and the public sphere

Videos

The return of religion: Globalisation, belief and the public sphere

Lecture by José Casanova and Nilüfer Göle

Has participated in

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

Debate

Europe: From Hope to Disaffection

A Mediterranean View

The return of religion: Globalisation, belief and the public sphere

Debate

The return of religion: Globalisation, belief and the public sphere

Lecture by José Casanova and Nilüfer Göle