CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Ideas for Re-ordering the World in Times of Multiple Crises: Continuity and Change beyond Covid-19 | 24.01.2021

Zusammen mit dem Institute for Development and Peace (INEF), Universität Duisburg-Essen, ruft das Centre for Global Cooperation Research zur Einreichung von Abstracts für ihre gemeinsame jährliche Konferenz ein, welche vom 22-23. April 2021 stattfinden wird.

Datum: 24.01.2021

Veranstaltungstitel: Ideas for Re-ordering the World in Times of Multiple Crises

Veranstaltungstyp: Sonstige

Veranstaltungskategorie: KHK Förderprojekte

Veranstalter: Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research und das Institute for Development and Peace (INEF)

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(Informationen zur Veranstaltung folgen in Englisch)

We seem to live in times of multiple crises: a global health crisis around Covid-19, a global ecological crisis around climate change, a global institutional crisis with populist and other challenges to liberal multilateralism, to name but a few. How do perceptions of these cumulative crises affect world order? The interdisciplinary Annual Conference addresses these debates by examining such crises and the re-ordering of the world along three dimensions:

  • Ideas for re-ordering the world
  • Actors and governance constellations
  • Institutional architectures and power hierarchies

The conference welcomes contributions from different disciplines across the social sciences, humanities and law, as well as diverse theoretical, historical, cultural and area studies perspectives. We welcome different forms of contributions, including presentations of research results, short think pieces, and memos on specific methodological or disciplinary approaches to the conference theme.

To propose a conference contribution, please submit a title and a short abstract of maximum
250 words
in English via this submission page. Deadline for submissions is 24 January 2021 Decisions on acceptance of proposals for a contribution will be communicated around calender week 8 of 2021.