Panel #6 POLITICAL THEORY
PANEL CHAIR: Barbora kimÁkova (Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences)
Barbora Moormann-Kimáková is post-doctoral researcher at the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences. Her research interests include political theory, in particular its response to cultural diversity, nationalism, minority politics as well as constitutional politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Her book Language-related Conflicts in Multinational and Multiethnic Settings: Success and Failure of Language Regimes appeared in 2016 with Springer VS. Since 2013 she has been member of the research network ‘Constitutional Politics in the Post-Socialist States of Central and Eastern Europe‘ conducting research on constitutional politics in Slovakia and the Czech Republic after 1989. Her research results will be published in two chapters of the forthcoming volume edited by Fruhstorfer/Hein: Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe: From Post-Socialist Transition to the Reform of Political Systems, Springer VS.
Below you can find the authors and titles of the proposed papers of the Political Theory panel:
BESCONT, Amelie (Sciences Po): “A political understanding of female violence”
BIONDI, Charleyne (Sciences Po): "Foucault meets Snowden: Truth, Parrêsia and Care of the Self in Today’s Democracy"
GIL, Fernando (UPF): “Constitutional Courts, Power and Rationality Introductory Chapter”
MAFTEAN, Miles (CEU): “A New Paradigm Shift in Militant Democracy”
STEINMETZ-JENKINS Daniel (Sciences Po): "Inverse Marxism: Raymond Aron, Friedrich Hayek And the 1955 Congress for Cultural Freedom Conference in Milan”
TAVARES, Joao Paulo (UPF): “Olympic City: The Future as a Battlefield”