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)

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Colloquium Programme April – July 2022

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

Please contact, 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

12 July

Mneesha Gellman (Emerson College, Boston)

Indigenous Language Politics in the Schoolroom: Cultural Survival in Mexico and the United States

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