Dr. Henrike Knappe & Dr. Rosine Kelz
“Justice in Sustainability – Introducing the first IASS Focal Topic Year”
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In this talk Henrike Knappe & Rosine Kelz will provide an overview of the Topic “Justice in Sustainability” and the activities planned for the upcoming focal topic year. Deviating a little from the usual structure of the Tuesday Talks, this session will give everyone the opportunity to get up to speed on what has happened so far in the planning process, find out how to get involved, and provide room to discuss open questions about the focal topic.
Dr. Henrike Knappe has been Scientific Project Leader of the Politicizing the Future project at the IASS since January 2017. Her research focuses on the political representation of future generations and the contexts and practices of democratic representation. Henrike studied political science at the University of Bremen, the University of Kraków and the Freie Universität Berlin. During a research internship at the University of Washington in Seattle she started researching the transnational networks of non-governmental organisations. Her doctoral thesis investigated practices of deliberation, participation and representation in transnational civil society networks. Henrike worked at the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI) Essen before joining the IASS.
Dr. Rosine Kelz works at the IASS since 2018. As part of the research team "Politicizing the Future" she works on theories of temporality and futurity. In addition she engages with philosophical and political issues related to new biotechnology, such as for example CRISPR or gene drives. She is particularly interested in the question how new biotechnologies play a role in changing conceptions of nature and technology. From 2016 to 2018 Rosine was a Mellon Fellow in the Bio-Humanities at the University of Illinois. Her first book,"The non-sovereign self, responsibility, and otherness: Hannah Arendt, Judith Butler, and Stanley Cavell on moral philosophy and political agency", published in 2016, is about the role of relational notions of selfhood for theories of responsibility and political community. Rosine Kelz holds a D.Phil from the University of Oxford. She studied Sociology and Politics at the University of Essex.
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June 08, 2021:
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May 25, 2021:
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May 18, 2021:
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May 11, 2021:
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April 13, 2021:
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March 30, 2021:
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