Past Events at the Chairgroup
Public event with Prof. Dr. Marc Matten on Confucian political philosophy and world order conceptions in 20th-century China
9 December 2020 from 4:15 - 5:45 p.m. (16:15 - 17:45) German time
Producing Harmony all under Heaven (he tianxia)
Confucian political philosophy and world order conceptions in 20th century China
Prof. Dr. Marc A. Matten, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Discussions of modernity in 20th century China emphasized – even before the impact of postcolonial theory – how elements of Chinese tradition have contributed to a specific form of modernity that does not necessarily imitate Western role models. The organization of international relations has been no exception. With regard to the integration of China into global society since the late imperial period, Chinese intellectuals have constantly been worrying of how to reconcile Western conceptions of world order with their own ones. Since the foundation of the Chinese Republic in 1912, the attitude of political thinkers towards the transformation from empire to the nation-state (as a prerequisite to become modern) has been considerably critical, and as a result Confucian political philosophy has played a far greater role in the pursuit of global peace and harmony than generally assumed in the existing studies on the history of international relations.
Der Treuhandrat als Bühne und Labor der Versicherheitlichung
Public Lecture by Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bonacker
2. December 2020 from 6 pm-8 pm (18.00 - 20.00 german time).
This is a digital event and will be held on Zoom. Link to follow. ZOOMLINK: https://uni-bayreuth.zoom.us/j/97195223740?pwd=dzRoV3ArYzRwN3pGSkRMNW1tUnJXdz09 Meeting-ID: 971 9522 3740 Kenncode: 871367
Infrastructure Globalities. The Remaking of Transnational Practices in Africa
25. und 26. November 2020 from 13.00 to 17.00
After months of preparation, we are happy to announce that the Workshop, 'Infrastructure Globalities: The Remaking of Transnational Practices in Africa', will take place next week (on 25th and 26th of November)! Description and program of the workshop can be found here.
We would like to give special thanks to all the authors for their hard work and solidarity during this period of time: Barnaby Dye (FutureDAMS project, the University of Manchester), Ulrikke Bryn Wethal (MultiChina project, University of Oslo), Yuan Wang (Oxford University), Michael Sambo ( Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos), Benard Kilaka, (University of Gothenburg), Eric Cezne (University of Groningen; Infraglob project, University of Bayreuth), Hang Zhou, (SOAS, University of London).
We are also excited to announce that leading Global South studies scholars from different parts of the world will be joining the discussion: Chris Alden (The London School of Economics and Political Science), Sérgio Chichava (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane and Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Económicos), Haifang Liu (Peking University), Ricardo Soares de Oliveira (University of Oxford), David Styan (Birkbeck College, University of London).
If you would like to participate in the workshop, please contact us for the registration link: Yifan.Yang@uni-bayreuth.de
Please find the program here
"Mining Local Procurement: Key to Overcoming Africa's Resource Curse"
Wednesday, October 7th, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. (16h00 to 18h00) German time
Presenter: Jeff Geipel
Managing Director, Mining Shared Value, Engineers Without Borders Canada
This online event is free and open to everyone!
Register here: https://uni-bayreuth.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrdOGgqzgrGdaz2V7MvKeWhyziqAkBSMth
Workshop „Digital gelehrt: Kritische Sicherheitsstudien und Friedens- und Konfliktforschung“der DVPW-Themengruppe „Kritische Sicherheitsstudien“
Montag, 28. September 2020, Ort: ZOOM
9.00-10.30 Uhr: „Digital gelehrt: Qualitative Forschungsmethoden“
Prof. Dr. Jana Hönke and Dr. Maria Ketzmerick, Universität Bayreuth
PD Dr. Daniel Lambach, Universität Duisburg-Essen