Kamingespräche 2018

 

Prof. Marianne H. Marchand (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico)
26. September 2018, 14.30 Uhr
Gebäude Normative Ordnungen / Lounge

Marianne H. Marchand holds a chair in international relations at the Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico, where she directs the Canadian Studies Program and is currently on sabbatical at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen. She was promoted to the highest level of the National System of Researchers (SNI-level 3) in January 2013. In addition to her academic activities in Mexico she has worked at or been affiliated with universities in Canada, the US, the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Surinam and Trinidad and Tobago. She has published widely about such themes as globalization, gender, migration, development, resistances and transnational movements. Among her many publications are Feminism/Postmodernism/Development (with Jane L. Parpart Routledge, 1995) and Gender and Global Restructuring (with Anne Sisson Runyan Routledge, 2000) of which the second, fully revised edition, was released in 2011.  Her current research interests focus on the nexus between gender, migration and development, as well as subaltern knowledges and borders. She has received external funding from a variety of sources, including the European Union, the Canadian government, the Dutch government, the Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education, and National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT). She is currently coordinating a CONACYT funded research project on the national and global repositioning of Mexican cities in the context of transnational issues, focusing in particular on migration dimensions. In 2007-2008 Marchand was Vice-president of the International Studies Association and in 2017 she received the ISA´s Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Eminent Scholar Award.

Veranstalter:
Exzellenzcluster "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen" in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Arbeitskreis Politik und Geschlecht und dem GRADE Center Gender

Jun.Prof. Dr. Elsa Clavé (Goethe-Universität)
19. Juni 2018, 14 Uhr
Gebäude Normative Ordnungen / Lounge

Elsa Clavé is historian on modern and contemporary Southeast Asia based in Germany, where she helds a position as Junior Professor at Goethe University (Frankfurt), and in France where she is an associate researcher at the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (CASE – Centre Asie du Sud-est), a research group affiliated to the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) and the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS).

Prof. Catriona McKinnon (University of Reading)
29. Mai 2018, 14 Uhr
Gebäude Normative Ordnungen / Lounge

Catriona McKinnon is Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Reading, UK. She is also Principal Investigator and Programme Director of the “Levehulme Doctoral Scholarships Programme in Climate Justice: Ethics, Politics, Law”. Her research focusses on climate ethics and justice, contemporary political theory, and the theory and practice of toleration. In her work she addresses ethical, political, and legal challenges of climate change. She is author of Climate Change and Future Justice: Precaution, Compensation, and Triage (Routledge 2011) and Issues in Political Theory (Oxford University Press, 3rd ed. 2015). Further recent publications by Professor McKinnon are “Climate Justice in a Carbon Budget”, Climatic Change 133 (2015), “Should We Tolerate Climate Denial?”, Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 40 (2016), and “Endangering Humanity: An International Crime?”, Canadian Journal of Philosophy 47 (2017).

Prof. Idil Boran (York University)
15. Mai 2018, 14 Uhr
Gebäude Normative Ordnungen / Lounge

Idil Boran is Associate Professor of Political Philosophy at York University in Toronto, Ontario, where she is specializing in theories of justice and global governance as well as in the history of modern political thought. Her recent publications include "Principles of Public Reason in the UNFCCC: Rethinking the Equity Framework", in Science and Engineering Ethics 23/5 (2017), "COP 20 Lima: The Ethical Dimension of Climate Negotiations on the way to Paris", in  Ethics, Policy, Environment 18/2 (2015), "Risk-Sharing: A Normative Framework for Climate Negotiations", in  Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly 32/2 (2014) and “Critical Notice: A Liberal Theory of International Justice”, in Transnational Legal Theory 1/4 (2010). She is currently working on a major project on equity and fairness within the architecture of global climate governance under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and attends UNFCCC meetings as accredited observer.


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