Events

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Literaturdiskussion:
Isabell Lorey (2020): Demokratie im Präsens. Berlin: Suhrkamp. (Auszug)

Introduction: Gundula Ludwig

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
14:15 - 15:45
Lecture Series :
Colloquium “Internationalised Politics”
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

The colloquium takes place Wednesdays 14:15-15:45 via zoom (link shared before each session). If you wish to participate, please email Anna Wolkenhauer (anna.wolkenhauer@uni-bremen.de).  

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
12:45 - 13:45
Lecture Series :
InIIS-Lunchtime
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Dr. Henning Schmidtke (GIGA, Hamburg) presents his research project:

"The Popular Legitimacy of the Liberal International Order".

The ZOOM link will be sent automatically to all InIIS members. Further interested persons please contact Peter Arnhold (arnhold@uni-bremen.de) in advance.

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Milos Rodatus (Universität Greifswald):
Zum Verhältnis von Populismus und poli-tischer Repräsentation nach dem construc-tivist turn

Diss-Kapitel/Kommentar
Kommentar: Stefan Wallaschek

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Christian Leonhardt (Universität Bremen):

„Liberals: Can we riot now????“ – Demokratie, ziviler Ungehorsam und die verflixte Praxis der Individuen
Diss-Kapitel/Kommentar

Kommentar: Carolin Zieringer

Koll. zur politischen Theorie

Ziviler Ungehorsam und antagonistische Sozialphilosophie

Karsten Schubert, Prof. Dr. Martin Nonhoff16.02.2021
Place:


ZOOM
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Bremer Kolloquium zur Politischen Theorie
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Karsten Schubert (Universität Freiburg):
Ziviler Ungehorsam und antagonistische Sozialphilosophie 

Papier/Kommentar
Kommentar: Vanessa Moll

Place:


ZOOM
Time:
12:15 - 13:45
Lecture Series :
InIIS-Lunchtime
Semester:
WiSe 2020/21

Prof. Dr. Tine Hanrieder, LSE "Medicine from the Global South: The Diffusion of the Community Health Worker Model in the United States"

In the backyards of the American healthcare economy, a primary health workforce has emerged that is as idealistic as it is precarious. They call themselves community health workers or promotoras de salud (CHW/Ps), are mostly from minorities and female, and often work for charitable organizations, short-term demonstration projects, or for free. This talk describes the emergence of a workforce in the United States, which is usually associated with international development projects, but is increasingly valued by US health providers, researchers and policy makers. It focuses on the contentious professionalization of this workforce since the 1990s and thus on the moral and political economy of certifying CHW/Ps. Across the US, certificates have been heralded as a source of recognition and job stability, but are also fiercely resisted in the name of the community identity of CHW/Ps. This ongoing negotiation of the CHW/P identity constructs a global medical South in the United States, which is tailored to minority and migrant populations, rests on a “Southern epistemology” of community participation and popular education, and reproduces a racialized and gendered division of care and emotional labour in the US health economy.