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EventsDialogues on Security: Programme 


Dialogues on Security

Workshop Programme

Panel 1: Capabilities, Institutions, and Discourse: The Substance of Security

Explaining Extended Security: Cultural Studies Approaches to Security
Christopher Daase, Goethe University Frankfurt

Is the Crisis of Security Institutions a Crisis of Institutionalist Theory?
Caroline Fehl, Goethe University Frankfurt

Is There Life Beyond Language? Discourses of Security
Karin Fierke, St. Andrews University

Panel 2 The Inside and Outside of State Security

Power Politics Reconsidered: How States respond to New Threats
Carlo Masala, Universität der Bundeswehr München

Democratic Distinctiveness and the New Security Agenda
Wolfgang Wagner, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Anna Geis, Magdeburg University

Panel 3 Norms and Normativity of Security

Security as Katechon
Michael Dillon, Lancaster University

Security as Ethics
Peter J. Burgess, Peace Research Institute Oslo

Panel 4 New Issues and How They Affected the Security Study Agenda

The vulnerable becoming dangerous: A genealogy of environmental security
Angela Oels and Chris Methmann, Hamburg University

Imagining Terrorism: 9/11, Osama bin Laden and Hillary’s Hand
Gabi Schlag, Goethe University Frankfurt

Financial Security
Nina Boy, Peace Research Institute Oslo

Panel 5 New Methodologies and How They Improve(d) Security Studies

Dispositifs of (in)security
Claudia Aradau, King’s College London

Ethnography of Insecurity
Anna Leander, Copenhagen Business School

Beyond either-or? A Relational Approach to Methods in Security Studies
Valentin Rauer and Julian Junk, Goethe University Frankfurt

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