Courses Taught

• MSH Hamburg, Fall Term 2016/17, Einführung in die Internationalen Beziehungen (Introduction to International Relations)

• University Bremen, Fall Term 2015/16, Einführung in die Internationalen Beziehungen (Introduction to International Relations, 2 lower division courses for lecture)

• University of Bremen, Summer Term 2011, Critical Security Studies

• University of Bremen, Summer Term 2010, The Governance of European Security: Towards effective Multilateralism?

• University of Bremen, Fall Term 2009/10, The Transformation of NATO: From
Defence Alliance to Security Management Institution

• University of Bremen, Fall Term 2005/06, Einführung in die Internationalen Beziehungen (Introduction to International Relations, lower division course for lecture)

• University of Bremen, Fall Term 2004/05, Sicherheitspolitische Problemlagen in der Weltgesellschaft (Security-Politics in World  Society, with Dieter Senghaas and Silke Weinlich)

• University of Bremen, Summer Term 2005, Sicherheitspolitische Handlungsfelder in der Weltgesellschaft (security-Political aspects in the World Society, with Dieter Senghaas)

• European University Viadrina, Summer Term 2003, Theoretische Ansätze zur Europäischen Integration (Theoretical Approaches to European Integration)

• European University Viadrina, Summer Term 2002, Politics of the European Union

• European University Viadrina, Fall Term 2001/02, External Relations of the European Union (with Julian Pänke und Monica Gariup)

• European University Viadrina, Summer Term 2001, Comparative Foreign Policy (with Julian Pänke)

• Free University of Berlin, Summer Term 2000, Die europäisch-amerikanischen Beziehungen nach dem Ende des Ost-West-Konflikts (Transatlantic Relations after the Cold War)

• Free University of Berlin, Fall Term 1999/00, Die Außenpolitik Deutschlands nach dem Ende des Ost-West-Konflikts (German Foreign Policy after the Cold War)

Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

Koll. zur Politischen Theorie

Deliberation und Agonismus

Dr. Frieder Vogelmann, Hannah Merkel15.05.2018
Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

Place:

Room: 7.3280

Bremen
Time:
14:00 - 16:00
Lecture Series :
BIGSSS-InIIS-Colloquium
Semester:
SoSe 2018

The InIIS-BIGSSS-Colloquium brings together researchers from InIIS, doctoral and post-doctoral fellows from BIGSSS field A, and other people interested in its topics. It offers an opportunity to present and discuss current research in the areas of International Relations, Political Theory, and European Studies.
There are three basic formats (including the possibility of hybrid forms):

  • “Paper/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approximately one week before the session, which is introduced by a discussant’s summary and comments (up to 20 minutes). There is no additional summary by the paper-giver, who may, how-ever, briefly describe the context of the paper at the beginning of the meeting (no more than five minutes, no slides).
  • “Paper/presentation/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approxi-mately one week before the session. In the meeting itself, the author gives a short presentation on the paper (10-15 minutes), which is then followed by a comment of 10-15 minutes.
  • “Talks” may or may not be based on a paper distributed prior to the session. The ex-pected length is about 30 minutes, and there will be no discussant.

Papers should be sent to the two coordinators: Arndt Wonka (awonka@bigsss.uni-bremen.de); Martin Nonhoff (martin.nonhoff@uni-bremen.de), who will make them availa-ble to participants. As indicated above, presenters are asked to provide their papers at least one week in advance to give the discussants a realistic chance to read the paper thoroughly

 

Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

InIIS-BIGSSS-Field-A-Colloq.

Proposal Defense: Larissa Weimer-Swader and Adrien Donneaud

Adrien Donneaud, Larissa Weimer-Swader, Prof. Dr. Martin Nonhoff17.04.2018
Place:

Room: 7.3280

Bremen
Time:
14:00 - 16:00
Lecture Series :
BIGSSS-InIIS-Colloquium
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Proposal Defense
Larissa Weimer-Swader (BIGSSS):
Emerging Institutions within Rising Power China’s Belt and Road Initiative
Adrien Donneaud (BIGSSS):
The Cosmopolitan Neo-Nationalist: Unravel-ing the narratives, identities and grievances of the transnational alternative right

The InIIS-BIGSSS-Colloquium brings together researchers from InIIS, doctoral and post-doctoral fellows from BIGSSS field A, and other people interested in its topics. It offers an opportunity to present and discuss current research in the areas of International Relations, Political Theory, and European Studies.
There are three basic formats (including the possibility of hybrid forms):

  • “Paper/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approximately one week before the session, which is introduced by a discussant’s summary and comments (up to 20 minutes). There is no additional summary by the paper-giver, who may, how-ever, briefly describe the context of the paper at the beginning of the meeting (no more than five minutes, no slides).
  • “Paper/presentation/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approxi-mately one week before the session. In the meeting itself, the author gives a short presentation on the paper (10-15 minutes), which is then followed by a comment of 10-15 minutes.
  • “Talks” may or may not be based on a paper distributed prior to the session. The ex-pected length is about 30 minutes, and there will be no discussant.

Papers should be sent to the two coordinators: Arndt Wonka (awonka@bigsss.uni-bremen.de); Martin Nonhoff (martin.nonhoff@uni-bremen.de), who will make them availa-ble to participants. As indicated above, presenters are asked to provide their papers at least one week in advance to give the discussants a realistic chance to read the paper thoroughly

 

Place:
University Center
Room: Room U-311
63 Fifth Avenue
New York
Time:
02:30 - 04:00
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Poster

Classical pragmatism is usually referred to as the first contribution
to the history of western philosophy and social thought from
North America. In the “American science” (Stanley Hoffmann) of IR,
however, pragmatism had to come a long way.
Taking on key figures of pragmatist thought, PD Dr. Ulrich Franke
from the University of Bremen (Germany), Visiting Research Scholar
in The New School’s Global Studies Program this spring term, will
talk about classical pragmatism’s vast potential for advancing the
study of world politics. Franke will present a framework for analysis
that combines Charles Sanders Peirce’s conception of belief as a
rule for action, George Herbert Mead’s dialectics of “I” and “me”,
as well as John Dewey’s understanding of the public as a structure
of collective action with pragmatists’ methodological ideas about
the concept of abduction. For the sake of illustration, findings from
security studies, German foreign policy, and the study of interorganizational
relations will be presented and connected to an
agenda for future research.

Place:

Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
SoSe 2018

In the Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory will alternate.

Particularly noteworthy is the series "Wild Theory". It consists of a series of lectures and workshops on current work in political theory, to which the participants of the colloquium and other interested parties are cordially invited. In loose succession we invite theorists to Bremen, who are in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship, so that they present their current projects - and hopefully develop them further in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop. This workshop should serve the productive discussion of the topic by reading and discussing thematically relevant texts and/or own works of the Bremen participants.

Texts (scanned literature and papers of the speakers) will be made available in advance via the mailing list of the colloquium. Alternatively, members of the University of Bremen can register for the study group "Colloquium Political Theory" at StudIP, where the files will also be available.
All interested parties are invited - so feel free to pass on this programme. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Frieder Vogelmann at frieder.vogelmann@uni-bremen.de. We kindly ask you to register for the workshops in advance (see contact in each case in the programme), at least one week in advance, so that we can integrate all interested parties well.

 

Place:

Room: 7.3280

Bremen
Time:
12:00 - 13:00
Lecture Series :
BIGSSS-InIIS-Colloquium
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Proposal Defenses
Yulia Khalikova (BIGSSS):
Why and When National Courts Comply with International Courts' Judgments? The Russian Constitutional Court and the European Court of Human Rights.

 

The InIIS-BIGSSS-Colloquium brings together researchers from InIIS, doctoral and post-doctoral fellows from BIGSSS field A, and other people interested in its topics. It offers an opportunity to present and discuss current research in the areas of International Relations, Political Theory, and European Studies.
There are three basic formats (including the possibility of hybrid forms):

  • “Paper/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approximately one week before the session, which is introduced by a discussant’s summary and comments (up to 20 minutes). There is no additional summary by the paper-giver, who may, how-ever, briefly describe the context of the paper at the beginning of the meeting (no more than five minutes, no slides).
  • “Paper/presentation/comment”: Papers are circulated to the participants approxi-mately one week before the session. In the meeting itself, the author gives a short presentation on the paper (10-15 minutes), which is then followed by a comment of 10-15 minutes.
  • “Talks” may or may not be based on a paper distributed prior to the session. The ex-pected length is about 30 minutes, and there will be no discussant.

Papers should be sent to the two coordinators: Arndt Wonka (awonka@bigsss.uni-bremen.de); Martin Nonhoff (martin.nonhoff@uni-bremen.de), who will make them availa-ble to participants. As indicated above, presenters are asked to provide their papers at least one week in advance to give the discussants a realistic chance to read the paper thoroughly