Courses Taught

• Introduction to International Relations (German)

• The Governance of European Security (English)

• The European Union‘s External Relations (German)

• Politics of the European Union (English)

• German Foreign Policy (German)

• The Political System of Germany (German)

• The Transformation of NATO (English)

• Critical Security Studies (English)

Place:
Christian-Albrechts-Universität
Room: Raum 04.06,
Westring 400
Kiel
Time:
12:30 - 19:00
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Workshop on August 13, 2018 at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

with Prof. Dr. James Ingram (McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario), Dr. des Svenja Ahlhaus (University of Hamburg), Lea Allers (Leibniz University Hannover), Dr. Claire Moulin-Doos (University of Kassel) and Dr. Frieder Vogelmann (University of Bremen).

Participation in the bilingual workshop is free of charge.

Registration and further information at

Anna Hollendung,
a.hollendung@uni-bremen.de

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

Koll. zur Politischen Theorie

Julia Masurkewitz-Möller: tba

03.07.2018
Place:
UNICOM, InIIS

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:
GW 2
Room: B 2900

Bremen
Time:
12:30 - 14:00
Semester:
SoSe 2018

On 22.06. Prof. Martin Nonhoff will give his inaugural lecture. Prof. Nonhoff is Professor of Political Theory at Faculty 8 at the University of Bremen.

Place:
InIIS, UNICOM
Room: 7.2210
Mary-Soomerville-Str. 7
Bremen
Time:
14:00 - 16:00
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Koray Çalışkan argues that Turkey’s contemporary political regime is not democratic, but competitive authoritarian. Tracing the evolution of Turkey’s political system from tutelary democracy to its current state, it describes the developments that resulted in the dissolution of the army’s prerogatives in politics and the rise of a new form of authoritarianism in the country. Associating this substantive change with the global emergence of competitive authoritarianism, he claims that the competitive authoritarian regime of Turkey has been institutionalized by the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and that since the 2017 referendum, the regime displays a tendency toward full authoritarianism that may render elections non-competitive by narrowing the legal channels for the opposition to contest for political power.

Koll. zur Politischen Theorie

Freedom as Critique. Social-Philosophy after Foucault

Karsten Schubert, Prof. Dr. Martin Nonhoff12.06.2018
Place:
UNICOM, InIIS
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:
UNICOM, InIIS
Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
10:00 - 13:00
Lecture Series :
Wild Theory
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Registration for the workshop at martin.nonhoff@uni-bremen.de.

Das Poster aPDF

The day before (05.06., 18:00 - 19:30) Jeanette Ehrmann will give a colloquium lecture at the same place followed by a discussion on wild theory.

The Bremen Colloquium on Political Theory, which takes place weekly at InIIS, will feature contributions from guests and InIIS members as well as discussions of current literature from the field of political theory.
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 can present their current projects - and hopefully further develop them in exchange with us. Opportunities for this will be provided by a public lecture at the colloquium followed by a workshop (usually 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesdays, InIIS, Room 2020). 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 mar-tin.nonhoff@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:
InIIS, UNICOM
Room: 7.2210

Bremen
Time:
18:00 - 19:30
Lecture Series :
Wild Theory
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Plakat als PDF

Workshop for interested parties: Wednesday, 06 June, 10 (c.t.) - 13 h

 "Wilde Theorie" is a series of events within the framework of the Bremen Colloquium for Political Theory under the direction of Prof. Dr. Martin Nonhoff. Here, theorists in the phase between doctoral thesis and professorship present their current work for discussion. A public lecture at the Bremen Colloquium for Political Theory and a workshop the following morning will provide the opportunity to do so. Please register for the workshops in advance (see contact above), one week in advance at the latest. Further information on the colloquium and materials on the meetings are available on request from Martin Nonhoff (martin.nonhoff@uni-bremen.de).



Place:

7.3280
Bremen
Time:
14:00 - 16:00
Lecture Series :
BIGSSS-InIIS-Colloquium
Semester:
SoSe 2018

Koll. zur Politischen Theorie

Deliberation und Agonismus

Dr. Frieder Vogelmann, Hannah Merkel29.05.2018
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.