New Perspectives on Emancipatory & Radical Democratic Discourses
23rd—25th September 2021
The symposium is organised by members of the University of Bremen, the University of Greifswald and the European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). It is co-funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation (Fritz Thyssen Stiftung), the Association of North German Universities (Verbund Norddeutscher Universitäten), the Manfred and Ursula Fluß Foundation (Manfred und Ursula Fluß-Stiftung), the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, the University of Greifswald and the University of Bremen.
European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)
Michalina Golinczak is a PhD student at the Center for Interdiciplinary Polish Studies at European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). In her dissertation, she analyses the hegemony of anticommunist discourse in Poland after 1989.
University of Bremen
Martin Nonhoff is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bremen. He has published extensively on discourse theory and the theory of hegemony, among them “Politischer Diskurs und Hegemonie” (2006) and “Hegemony Analysis: Theory, Methodology and Research Practice” (2019).
University of Greifswald
Milos Rodatos is a doctoral researcher at the Kaethe-Kluth junior research group “Political integration through conflict?” at the University of Greifswald. His research interests include theories of populism, radical democratic theory, and representation theories.
The organising team is supported by Peter Arnhold, Selma Hornbacher-Schönleber and Christopher Saxe from the University of Bremen.