It almost feels like a farewell party organized specifically for me: This week’s conference of the German Association for Political Science (DVPW) coincides with my last official work week in Germany! (It is not, of course, my official farewell party but that is unlikely to lessen my fun.)
My own presentation will be on Tuesday afternoon in one of the first panels. The panel as a whole addresses the theme of ‘cosmopolitan responsibility’. Personally I will draw into question whether we can experience and feel such a responsibility and if and how it works when we are called to act upon our ‘common humanity’.
|Paper:||Cosmopolitan responsibility in practice: Social distance and the challenge of a ‘common humanity’ identity|
|Slot:||Tuesday, Sept. 25, 16:00-17:30, SH 3.106|
|Panel:||Grenzen der Demokratie überwinden — Kosmopolitische Verantwortung als politisches Konzept|
|Other panelists:||Mitja Sienknecht, Jürgen Neyer, Eva Buddeberg, Antja Vetterlein and Hannes Hansen-Magnusson|
For more information on the conference and the full program: DVPW-Kongress 2018.