Postdoctoral Research Fellowships 2022–2023: Open Call for Applications
The Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research (KHK/GCR21) invites applications for Research Fellowships for a duration of 12 months starting no later than February 2023. We are particularly interested in proposals regarding (1) legitimation and delegitimation in global cooperation and (2) global cooperation and diverse conceptions of world order (see more below). The fully funded fellowships are available to postdoctoral researchers. We especially encourage researchers from the ‘Global South’ to apply. Deadline for applications is 1 June 2022.
4th Global Migration Lecture with Hannah Pool: Now on YouTube
Drawing on economic sociology and migration studies, Hannah Pool examined borders and migration trajectories through the lens of money to show how social relations shape economic interactions and, conversely, how social relations enable economic transactions otherwise impossible.
Watch the recording on YouTube here.
22nd Käte Hamburger Dialogue on Afghanistan: Now on YouTube
This panel was moderated by Andreas Zumach, an expert in the field as a journalist and author on international relations and conflicts. Professor Tobias Debiel, co-director of the Centre, welcomed participants and introduced the topic. The situation in Afghanistan developed since and not for the better. The discussion reflects concerns at the time that were not unfounded, as we know by now.
New Perspectives in International Law: W.G. Werner’s ‚Repetition‘ Published
Wouter G. Werner’s foundational study explores the role of repetition in international law, building on insights from philosophy, sociology of religion, theatre and film. It presents age-old doctrinal problems anew, assesses the use of moot courts in legal education and discovers the connections between international criminal law and documentary filmmaking.