Kai Yui Samuel Chan
Samuel's doctoral research is on the right to peoplehood of groups that are entangled with other groups in shared geographical spaces and competing narratives. His other research interests include migration, approaches to political theory, and deliberative democratic theory.
Samuel Chan is a PhD candidate in Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He holds an MSc in Political Theory from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BSSc in Government from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His dissertation seeks to rethink conceptions of peoplehood through the lens of entangled peoples, peoples who do not have a state of their own but are entangled geographically with multiple states and other peoples. His other research interests include territory, immigration, governance, deliberative democracy, interpretivism, and pragmatism.
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Dissertation Committee: Mark Bevir (chair), Daniel Lee, Daniela Cammack, Joshua Cohen
Bevir Mark & Chan Kai Yui Samuel. What is a deliberative system? A tale of two ontologies. European Journal of Political Theory. August 2021. doi:10.1177/14748851211034106