Presentations

Presentations and lectures held within the framework of the project Theorizing Epistemic Violence since 2015

(Freedom from) Violence and Knowledge/Science. Challenges for Peace Education and Research in Colonial Modernity, lecture to be given [in German] within the framework of the Landau Peace Lectures, University of Koblenz-Landau (28 November 2018)

Epistemic Violence. A Challenging Concept for IR-Related Fields, lecture given [in English] at 5th European Workshops in International Relations (EWIS)‚ ‘The Return of Politics to International Relations’, European International Studies Association (EISA), University of Groningen (7 June 2018)

A Glossary of a Post- and Decolonial Criticism of Science, lecture given [in German] as part of the lecture series ‘Inter- and Transdisciplinary Science: Foundations and Practice’, Institute for Social Ecology, University of National Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (24 May 2018)

Peace and Conflict Research Today, statement delivered [in German] at the Annual Conference of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies (AFK), Berlin (14 April 2018)

Attention: Tolerance!, lecture given [in German] within the framework of the Forum ‘Acceptance in the Extreme’ at the 11th Conference of the Austrian Network Against Poverty and Social Exclusion, Salzburg (6 March 2018)

Johan Galtung Meets Gayatri Spivak: Structural, Cultural, and Epistemic Violence, lecture given [in German] at the conference ‘Structural Violence. The Blind Spot of a Future Sociology of Violence?‘, University of Oldenburg (12 January 2018)

Squaring the Circle. Challenges for Peace Education and Research under Conditions of (Not Only) Epistemic Violence, lecture given [in German] at the research day of the Institute for Pedagogy and Educational Research, University of Klagenfurt (24 November 2017)

Epistemic Violence. What It Is, How It Functions, and Why We Should Know About It. Thoughts on Queer, Feminist and Anti-Militaristic Politics, lecture (and workshop held [in German], jointly with Thomas Mickan) as part of the series ‘When Does it Become Violence?’ of the Institute for Queer Theory, Berlin (16 November 2017)

Battle of the Sexes for the Occident? Entanglements of Sexism and Racism, lecture and workshop [in German], Women’s Service Graz (25 October 2017)

Battleground Gender. (Anti-)Feminist Debates as a Signature of Coloniality, lecture given [in German] as part of the lecture series ‘Gender on the Way to New Unambiguity?’ at the Institute for Social Sciences, University of Augsburg (26 July 2017)

A Glossary of a Decolonial Critique of Europe, lecture given [in German] at the summer academy ‘A World in Upheaval. Perspectives for a European Peace Policy’, Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), Stadtschlaining (10 July 2017)

Expanding the Combat Zone. Sex-Gender-Culture Talk and Cognitive Militarization Today, panel contribution [in English] at the European Conference on Politics and Gender, Lausanne (June 2017)

Disciplinarity and Epistemic Violence. Post- and Decolonial Criticism of Science, lecture given [in German] as part of the lecture series ‘Inter- and Transdisciplinary Science: Foundations and Practice’, IFF Vienna Office (18 May 2017)

Epistemic Violence as a Challenge to the Claim of Non-Violence in Peace Studies, panel contribution [in English] at the Annual Conference of the European Peace Research Association, Schwerte (17 March 2017)

Coloniality and Decolonization, lecture given [in German] as part of the lecture series ‘Coloniality under De_Construction’ at the Department of Development Studies of the University of Vienna (9 March 2017)

Epistemic Violence – Problem and Tool of Peace and Conflict Research, statement given [in German] at the workshop ‘Peace Research and Decoloniality’, Alps-Adriatic University Klagenfurt, IFF Vienna Office (7 December 2016)

On Speaking and Remaining Silent in the Coloniality of Knowledge, lecture given [in German] at the symposium ‘Language and Power’ organized by the Pen Club Austria, Presseclub Concordia, Vienna (24 November 2016)

What is Epistemic Violence and Why We Should Know about It?, lecture given [in German] at the research colloquium ‘Sociology of Knowledge Approach to Discourse Analysis’, Chair Prof. Reiner Keller, University of Augsburg (14 November 2016)

The Concept of Epistemic Violence as an Element of a Transdisciplinary Peace and Conflict Theory, contribution [in German] at the the research colloquium ‘Peace and Conflict Research’, Chair Prof. Christoph Weller, University of Augsburg (8 November 2016)

Against the Militarization of Thinking, panel contribution [in German] at the 2nd Feminist Round Table, Vienna (4 June 2016)
 
Toleranzig?, lecture given [in German] at the Annual Conference of Austrian Judges, Tröpolach (31 May 2016)
 
Gender and Political Violence in Discourse, contribution [in German] to the panel ‘Discussing Terrorisms’, Vienna (13 April 2016)
 
Why Peace Studies Need a Better Understanding of Epistemic Violence, presentation given [in English] at the Workshop ‘Exploring Epistemic Violence’, Queen Mary University of London (22 February 2016)

Towards a Concept of Epistemic Violence, presentation given [in English] at Work in Progress Theory Seminar, Queen Mary University of London (10 February 2016)

Accomplices of Conflict? Science and Cognitive Militarization, lecture given [in German] at the Annual Conference of the Information Point Militarization, Tübingen (14 November 2015)

Epistemic Violence and/in Peace Studies, lecture given [in English] at the 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Giardini Naxos/Sicily (25 September 2015)

Understanding Global Inequalities by Investigating Epistemic Violence, lecture given [in English] at the 40th Anniversary Conference, British International Studies Association (BISA), London (19 June 2015)

Tolerance as a Privilege of Power, panel contribution [in German] at the First European Talks on Tolerance, Fresach (21 May 2015)

Thinking Further on Violence, lecture given [in German] as part of lecture series ‘Subversion and Political Difference’, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (2 February 2015)

 
For a complete list of presentations and lectures held since 2010, visit the Research Information System of the Alps-Adriatic University Klagenfurt

 

Presentations and Lectures before 2010

Failed Feminism – Embedded Feminism. When Terrorism Studies Convert to Feminism, lecture held [in German] at the conference ‚No Playing around with Freedom‘, Austrian Feminist Scholars Association, Depot, Vienna (November 2009)

Knowing Terrorism. When Terrorism Studies Convert to Feminism, lecture held [in German] at the conference ‘What is the Gender of Terrorism?’, Gunda Werner Institute, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin (October 2009)
 
Female Suicide Bombers – an Object of Knowledge of Terrorism Research between Political and Epistemic Violence, lecture held [in German] at the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy (IFSH) at the University of Hamburg (June 2009)
 
Female Suicide Bombers – an Object of Knowledge of Terrorism Research between Political and Epistemic Violence, lecture held [in German] at the Austrian Women’s Circle, Bruno Kreisky Forum for International Dialogue, Vienna (February 2009)
 
Suicide Bombing as a Formula of Meaning. Epistemic Violence and Occidentalist Self-Ascertainment in Terrorism Research, lecture held [in German] at the Department for Sociology, University of Munich (January 2009)
 
Paths towards Knowledge. Epistemic Violence in the Methodologies of Terrorism Research. The Example of Suicide Terrorism as an Object of Knowledge, lecture held [in German] in the Sociology of Knowledge Discourse Analysis Network, University of Munich (November 2008)
 
Suicide Bombing as a Formula of Meaning. Epistemic Violence and Occidentalist Self-Ascertainment in Terrorism Research, lecture held [in German] at the Institute for Postcolonial and Transcultural Studies, University of Bremen (November 2008)
 
UnderCover. Book Covers as a Material of Visual Discourse Analysis on the (In)Visibilities of Terrorism Knowledge, lecture held [in German] in the Sociology of Knowledge Discourse Analysis Network, University of Landau (April 2008)
 
Consternation, Politicization, Co-Optation. Embedded Feminism by the Example of Knowlede Production about Female Genital Cutting and Suicide Terrorism, lecture given (jointly with Daniela Hrzán [in German]) as part of the lecture series ‘Gender as a Knowledge Category’, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (January 2018)