“Peace Through Dialogue Across Differences”
– Speaker: Prof. Hartmut BEHR, Newcastle University, UK
– Date/Time: September 20th, 2017. 15:10-16:30
– Place: International Conference Hall, the 2nd Floor at ICU Dialogue House
– Access: http://www.icu.ac.jp/en/about/campus/index.html *#17 on this map
– Language: English
Hartmut Behr is professor of international politics at Newcastle University (UK). His research specializes in political theory, sociology of knowledge of IR, politics of difference, political violence, and critical European Studies. His publications include Zuwanderungspolitk im Nationalstaat (1998), Entterritorial Politik (2004), A History of International Political Theory: Ontologies of the International (2010) and Politics of Difference: Epistemologies of Peace (2014) as well as book chapters and articles on the themes mentioned that appeared amongst others in the Journal of International Political Theory, European Journal of International Relations, Review of International Studies, Geopolitics, International Political Economy, Zeitschrift fuer Internationale Beziehungen. He was Principal Investigator of the Leverhumle-funded International Research Network on “Critical Theory meets Classical Realism: Modernity, Crises, and Return of Humanity”. He is currently working, amongst others, on normative conditions of critique in political and social theory and its implications for political action and policy development.
Prof. Hartmut BEHR’s Profile: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/gps/staff/profile/hartmutbehr.html#background
The lecture will be held as part of a graduate course “Peace and Conflict Studies Class I (QPFD414)” but is open to anybody.