The contributions to the symposium seek to highlight peripherisation and peripherality as a backgrounded disposition of current struggles over sovereignty.
International workshop organised by Amelie Kutter and the Reconfigurations project at the Viadrina Institute of European Studies, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder). The workshop investigates current trends of periphery-building in the European context. Contributions from political economy, sociology, political science, history, cultural and discourse studies provide conceptual orientation and empirical depth to peripheries as an emerging transdisciplinary research agenda.
Lecture given by Amelie Kutter on June 13th, 2017, in the frames of the MA Class ‘European integration in times of crisis’ and the ‘Borderland Studies’ Track of the Viadrina Summer School.
With an introductory workshop on political economy and discourse analysis by Amelie Kutter and Jens Maesse.
Talk given by Amelie Kutter at the research colloquium of the Institut of Political Science at the University of Tübingen, 2th Nov 2016.
Talk given by Amelie Kutter at the workshop ‘Komplexe Grenzen: Dimensionen, Dynamiken, Technologien’ organised by the group ‘Grenztheorien’ at the European University Viadrina, 3-4th November, 2016.
The project ‘Reconfigurations of centre and periphery in the European Union: a discursive political study’ investigates the transformation and re-definition of centre and periphery in the European Union (EU) in the aftermath of the financial crisis. It is funded by the European Commission and directed by Amelie Kutter at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder).
Panel convened by Amelie Kutter and Jens Maesse (University of Giessen) at the 11th Interpretive Policy Analysis conference, 5-7th July, University of Hull, UK Abstract: Policy…
Talk given by Amelie Kutter at the 11th Interpretive Policy Analysis conference, 5-7th July, 2016, University of Hull, UK
The series of lectures ‘Crisis and economic governance: juxtaposing the perspectives of legal, social and cultural studies’ looks at new forms and notions of economic governance developed since the financial crisis. Among others, it includes talks by Bruno Amable, Hans-Jürgen Bieling and Magdalena Fedorowicz. The series is funded by the project ‘Reconfigurations’ and the Frankfurt Institute of Transition Studies and was set up by Amelie Kutter.