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Continuities in State-Building, Inequality, and Violent Unrest

Continuities in State-Building, Inequality, and Violent Unrest
Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

The 16th Annual Doctoral Conference provides a professional, stimulating, and international environment for PhD students and early career researchers in political science to discuss their works in progress, establish informal networks, and initiate future collaborative research. During the three days of the conference there will be 4 keynote speeches:

-Crisis Communication & Crisis Management during COVID-19: A Case Study, by Ruth Wodak (Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Discourse Studies, University of Lancaster, United Kingdom and Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of Vienna, Austria)

-Continuities in State-Building, Inequality & Violent Unrest, by Alexander de Juan (Professor of Comparative Politics, University of Osnabrück, Germany)

-Why Decoloniality Matters: Decolonial Approaches to World Politics, by Meera Sabaratnam (Senior Lecturer in International Relations, SOAS University of London, United Kingdom)

-Dis/Continuities of 21st Century Political Economy in Advanced Capitalist Nations, by Matthew Bergman (Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Government, University of Vienna, Austria).

To attend, please register by April 6 using this form:

Alexander de Juan is a Professor of Comparative Politics at the University of Osnabrück, Germany. His current research focusses on the relationship between violent conflict, state-building and development and appears among others in the British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Conflict Resolution or Political Geography.