16.11.2018
Hans Joas  gives the Dieter Senghaas Lecture 2018

Hans Joas gives the Dieter Senghaas Lecture 2018

"Postnational Imperialism?" on 05.12. at the Haus der Wissenschaft, Bremen

Am 5. Dezember 2018 findet die Dieter Senghaas Lecture im Olbers-Saal im Haus der Wissenschaft statt (19 Uhr). Den Vortrag mit dem Titel „Postnationaler Imperialismus? Eine militaristische Denktradition und ihre gegenwärtige Bedeutung“ hält in diesem Jahr Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans Joas. Read more ...

14.11.2018
„Wer das Recht einfordert, gehört zu werden, muss dies auch anderen zugestehen.“

„Wer das Recht einfordert, gehört zu werden, muss dies auch anderen zugestehen.“

Prof. Martin Nonhoff on the occasion of the 31st Bremen University Talks

On 15.11. a public panel discussion will take place to start the Bremen University Talks. On this occasion, Martin Nonhoff talks in an interview about the prerequisites for democratic discourses and right-wing populist challenges. The public event "Can we still talk to each other? The drifting apart of society and the crisis of the public sphere" will take place on 15.11. at 18:00 in the Bremer Schütting. Read more ...

27.09.2018
Call for Papers: Complexifying Gendered Victimhood During War and Transition: Gender, Vulnerabilities and Agency

Call for Papers: Complexifying Gendered Victimhood During War and Transition: Gender, Vulnerabilities and Agency

InIIS organizes workshop in Bremen on 27 February 2019

The InIIS invites proposals for a one-day in-depth workshop on 'Complexifying Gendered Victimhood During War and Transition: Gender, Vulnerabilities and Agency", to be held at the University of Bremen on 27 February 2019. We invite paper proposals from early career researchers (PhDs and Post-Docs) across various disciplines. If you would like to propose a paper, please submit an abstract of max. 250 words and a short academic bio by 15 November 2018. Read more ...

25.09.2018
Philipp Schulz receives Cedric Smith Prize

Philipp Schulz receives Cedric Smith Prize

Conflict Research Society (CRS) honours articles on sexualised violence against men

The Cedric Smith Prize is awarded annually for the best paper in peace and conflict research by doctoral researchers in British and Irish institutions. Philipp Schulz receives the award for his article 'Displacement from Gendered Personhood: sexual violence and masculinities in northern Uganda'. Read more ...