Capitalizing on Virtue. The Discourse of a Global Status Order

Presenter: Katja Freistein and Thomas Mueller
Discussant: Frank Gadinger
Chair: David Shim

Location: Virtual Horst Schimanski Hall
Date: 8 February 2022, 11:00 – 12:15 (CET)

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Colloquium Programme October 2021 – February 2022

Programme subject to change

26 October

Jan Jansen (UDE)

Cooperation for Counter-Revolution: The Emergence of Exile Politics, c. 1800

09 November

Zsuzsanna Török

Private legal reforms and transnational learning processes in the late 19th century. Methodological considerations

23 November

Aysem Mert

Get Me Out of Here! Drawing Psychoanalytic Insights into Our Account of the Crisis Politics of COVID-19

11 January

Stanislav Budnitsky

National Identity and Global Internet Governance: The Case of Russia

18 January

Adriana Suárez Delucchi

Becoming a Good Producer: The Social Organisation of Agri-Environmental Projects in the Colombian Amazon

01 February

Volker Heins and Frank Wolff

Internalizing Borders: The Social and Normative Consequences of Border Regimes

08 February

Katja Freistein and Thomas Mueller

Capitalizing on Virtue. The Discourse of a Global Status Order

15 February

Frank Gadinger and Holger Niemann

Ordering in a Controversial World: A Call to Study the Normativity of International Practices

Dr. Thomas Müller

Akademischer Oberrat and subproject leader in SFB 1288 Practices of Comparison (subproject F05 'Power Comparisons in Times of World Political Change, 1970-2020')

Profile (Uni Bielefeld)