The Centre Welcomes New Fellows

Fellows will contribute to the Centre's research agenda

Starting in September and staying with the Centre over twelve months, a group of fellows is currently in the process of arriving here in Duisburg and will be taking up the baton to continue the course of our global cooperation research agenda. New fellows will join one of the two current research groups, focused on thematic fields 'Global cooperation and diverse conceptions of world order' and 'Legitimation and Delegitimation in Global Cooperation' respectively. Here is an overview. Individual profiles in our fellow section provide detailed information.

Gemma Bird

Senior Research Fellow

Global cooperation and diverse conceptions of world order

Community Building and Cooperation at the Border: Activism, Migration and a Changing World Order

Stay:  9/2022 - 8/2023

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Eric Cezne

Postdoc Research Fellow

Legitimation and Delegitimation in Global Cooperation

The New Right and the Co-production of Environmental Governance in the Brazilian Amazon

9/2022–8/2023

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Farai Chipato

Postdoc Research Fellow

Global cooperation and diverse conceptions of world order

Afropolitanism, Black thought and Global Crisis

9/2022–8/2023

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Hande Paker

Senior Research Fellow

Legitimation and Delegitimation in Global Cooperation

Climate Commons: Cooperation and Contestation for Ecological Transformation

9/2022–8/2023

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Johannes Völz

Senior Research Fellow

Global cooperation and diverse conceptions of world order

Informalization: Aesthetic (De-)Legitimation in Authoritarian Populism

9/2022–8/2023

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