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4 · OCTOBER · 2021

IBEI Research Seminars 2021-22

During the course 2021-22, IBEI has organised a series of research seminars, which normally take place once a week. For this academic year, we count with speakers like Manuel Vogt (University College London), Matthias Koenig (University of Heidelberg), Adam Holesch (IBEI), Etienne Piguet (University of Neuchâtel), Dennis Rodgers (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies) and Carl Henrik Knutsen (University of Oslo) among others. Check the complete list below:


  • 20 December: Conflicts over the rule of law with the European Union: Democratic Backsliding in Poland. Adam Holesch (IBEI). More information
  • 17 January (online): Contestations of the Liberal Script and Higher Education: National and International Factors Shaping Academic Freedom from 1960 to 2015Julia Lerch (University of California Irvine). Co-organized by IBEI and ETHNICGOODSMore information
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  • 24 January (online): Norm emergence in the nascent world polity – The multiple origins of religious rights in international law, 1800-1918. Matthias Koenig (University of Heidelberg). Co-organized by IBEI and ETHNICGOODSMore information
  • 28 March (online). Nationalist Education and Emigrant AssimilationHarris Mylonas (George Washington University). Co-organized by IBEI and ETHNICGOODSMore information
    ▶️ Video recording will be available soon 
  • 25 April. Evidence-based policy with context-based evidence. The case of behavioral public policyPaolo Belardinelli (London School of Economics). More information
  • 9 May. Urban immigrant regimes: conceptualizing local actor coalitions in the governance of migration-based diversityMaria Schiller (Erasmus University Rotterdam). More information
  • 30 May. The Unbearable Lightness of War in Nineteenth Century Latin America. Luis Schenoni (University College London). More information
  • 2 June. Research collaboration in the social sciences in Latin America: gaining international visibility. Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela (University of Tarapacá (Chile)). More information
  • 13 June. The Survival of the Secret Treaty: Publicity, Secrecy and Legality in the International OrderMegan Donaldson (University College London). More information