Tuesday, 2.05.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Benedikt Stuchtey (Marburg): Writing the History of the British Empire
Tuesday, 13.06.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Andrea Muehlebach (Bremen): Can Waves have Rights? From Rights of Nature to Earth Law
Monday, 19.06.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Ina Kerner (Koblenz): Towards a Postsecular Feminist Critique of Religion
Tuesday, 4.07.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Tobias Berger (Berlin): Worldmaking from the Margins: How Southern actors shape Global Order
Tuesday, 11.07.2023 at 6:15 p.m. in X-C3-107 and via Zoom
Larissa Buchholz (Northwestern): The Global Rule of Art
All lectures will also be transmitted via Zoom: Meeting-ID: 939 8315 0582; Password: 710036
Research Training Group World Politics (RTG 2225): Looking for new cohort
The RTG will recruit a third cohort of doctoral researchers in 2023, for a starting date of 01 October 2023. The RTG invites original proposals from the fields of Political Science/International Relations, History, Sociology, and Legal Studies that contribute to its research program. An interdisciplinary orientation of research projects is encouraged. The RTG’s working language is English.
Please note that the positions will be officially advertised in early 2023 and selection will take place through a selection process during the spring of 2023. Further information can be found here.
Jubiläumstagung des IW vom 19. bis 20.05.2022: „Wie geht’s eigentlich der Weltgesellschaft?“ –
The recent Working Report, collecting the Institute's activities from the years 2018 - 2021, is available as PDF for download here, and printed copies can be ordered from the Institute's Manager.