New Article on Protest and Space
Priska Daphi recently published the article “Imagine the streets”: The spatial dimension of protests' transformative effects and its role in building movement identity“ in Political Geography.
New Textbook in International Relations
The new Textbook by Nicole Deitelhoff and Michael Zürn "Lehrbuch der International Beziehungen. Per Anhalter durch die IB-Galaxis" was recently published by C.H.Beck.
"Doing Global IR" - New Blog Series on TRAFO.
Antonia Witt, Felix Anderl, Stefan Kroll, Philip Wallmeier edit a blog series on global international relations.
See here for the first article, Clues, Careers, and Curricula – How to Do Global International Relations?
New miscellany by Thorsten Thiel and Christian Volk on the topicality of republicanism
Within the series „Staatsverständnisse“ by Nomos, Thorsten Thiel and Christian Volk published a miscellany called „Die Aktualität des Republikanismus“. The book includes contributions by Richard Bellamy, Windried Thaa, Marcus Llanque, Dorothea Gädeke and Emanuel Richter. Thorsten Thiel and Christian Volk contributed an article on „Republikanismus des Dissenses“.
Four lectures on “Protest – Resistance – Uprising. Contestation about political orders”
The lecture series on protest, resistance and uprising will be continued. The first lecture will be on 23rd of March 2016 by Ferdinand Sutterlüty (Goethe University Frankfurt). Further guests include Lorenzo Bosi (Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence), Bucky Halker (folk singer, writer, and guest lecturer at the University of Oldenburg) and Andreas Pettenkofer (University of Erfurt). You will find further information here. The series is organized by Christopher Daase and Nicole Deitelhoff from the Cluster of Excellence “Normative Orders”.
Events on development and protest
In the first week of May the Department of International Relations and Theories of Global Orders hosts, in cooperation with the Asienhaus, Urgewalt and the Institut für Protest und Bewegungsforschung, three events that are linked to the meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) that takes place in Frankurt this year. On Tuesday, the 3rd of May at 5pm, there will be a lecture by Aram Ziai (Kassel, Germany) on "Can the subaltern file claims? The World Bank Inspection Panel from a postcolonial perspective". The same evening at 7pm, Titi Soentoro (AKSI, Indonesia), Rayyan Hassan (NGO Forum on ADB, Philippines) and Chris Lang (REDDMonitor/Asienhaus) will present the impact of ADB-projects in the contexts of gender, rights and environment. On Friday, the 6th of May there will be a workshop day by the working group "Bewegungen und Institutionen" of the IPB. The topic will be the interaction of social movements with international organizations. For this workshop we ask you to register here: firstname.lastname@example.org. For further informatin, click here.
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