The Contested People: Democratic Dissent on Collective Identity and Affiliation


Presenter: Franziska Martinsen
Comment: Christine Unrau 
Chair: Lauren Eastwood


Location: Virtual Horst Schimanski Hall
Date: 5 July 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 (CEST/CET)

Please contact events@gcr21.uni-due.de, if you would like to participate.

 


Colloquium Programme April – July 2022

If not mentioned otherwise: Tuesday 11:00 – 12:00 (a.m. CEST/CET)
Virtual Horst Schimanski Hall

Please contact events@gcr21.uni-due.de, if you would like to participate.

Programme subject to change.
 

20 April

Siddharth Tripathi

Entangled Biographies and Questions of Positionality: Reflections of an IR Scholar of Colour

IfP Mittagsforum, 12.30 - 1.30

26 April

Emeka Umejei

US-China Decoupling: Clash of two 'Internets' in Africa

03 May

Layla Brown

An Anthropology of 21st Century Pan-Africanism

10 May

Nicole Doerr

Far-Right Visual Narratives and Translation on Digital Platforms

17 May

David Shim

Exploring Fridays for Future Visual Climate Storytelling

31 May

Stefan Groth

Narrative Urgencies: A Narrative Approach to EU-Ukraine Relations in German Online Debate

07 June

Anna Geis

The (Non-) Recognition of the Taliban as Legitimate Actor by the International Community

21 June

Monica Baár

Rethinking Disability: the Global Impact of the International Year of Disabled Persons (1981)

05 July

Franziska Martinsen, UDE

The Contested People. Democratic Dissent on Collective Identity and Affiliation

19 July

Nora Stappert & Yuna Han (Oxford)

Practice Theory and International Law: Normativity, Access, and the Ethics of Methodology

26 July

Katja Freistein, Frank Gadinger & Stefan Groth

Narratives in International Relations