The Global Implications of China's Energy Transition and Climate Politics

Presentation: Bruna Bosi Moreira

Commentary: Hande Paker

Session Chair: Dumebi Obute

Location: Horst Schimanski Hall
Date: 16 May 2023

11:00 – 12:15 (CEST)


Colloquium Programme April – July 2023

If not mentioned otherwise: Tuesday 11:00 – 12:15 (a.m. CEST)
Virtual Horst Schimanski Hall

Programme subject to change.

18 April

Bernhard Forchtner

Theorizing Exclusionary and Inclusionary People-Making: From Narrative Genres to Collective Learning Processes

25 April

Pertti Alasuutari

Legitimacy Work of IOs during the Covid Pandemic

9 May

Bianca Sola Claudio

Temporalities and Capability Approach: Asylum Seekers in Waiting

16 May

Bruna Bosi Moreira

The Global Implications of China's Energy Transition and Climate Politics

23 May

Mariana Prandini Assis

'Helping is Not a Crime': Mobilizing for Reproductive Justice Beyond Pressure Politics

6 June

Pinar Bilgin and Monica Herz

Who Speaks Security on Behalf of the International Community? Brazil and Turkey’s 2010 Attempt to Mediate with Iran

20 June

Renske Vos

Ice Cream Not War: a Multi-material Visit to the Peace Palace Grounds

27 June

Audrey Alejandro

Resemantisation and Technicisation as Discursive Processes of World-making

28 June

Wednesday: Mittagsforum

Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt, Sigrid Quack and Soetkin Verhaegen

Joint Survey Project Regarding the Legitimacy of Global Governance Institutions

4 July

Carolina Vestena and Christian Scheper

Due Diligence Regulation and Workers‘ Voices in Global Value Chains

18 July

Dumebi Obute

Eco-Terrorism, Petrocapitalism and the Postcolonial State