“New Faces of Authoritarianism in the Global South” is the online lecture series by IRGAC fellows during the summer semester of 2022 starting on April 21. The series is coordinated by Ülker Sözen and will be moderated by Ülker Sözen and Gustavo Robles. It is open to BA and MA students from political and social science disciplines and humanities, as well as Ph.D. candidates, researchers, and activists who focus on authoritarianism and counter-politics in the Global South.
The series will offer multidisciplinary perspectives on authoritarian regimes in the Global South along with forms of political and economic repression prompted by neoliberalism, emancipatory social movements, and counter-strategies. The lectures are based on individual projects developed by the members of the IRGAC and the group’s analytical and methodological ventures on the study of authoritarianism. They will cover a wide range of topics including state violence, biopolitical reproduction of capitalism, sexual dissidence and feminist struggles, the entanglement of authoritarianism with digital technologies, artistic practices, peasant and indigenous movements, the human rights regime, environmental crisis, and urban transformation.
For more information and registration, visit here: https://off-university.com/en-US/Lesson/Detail/new-faces-of-authoritarianism-in-the-global-south?i=1150
This online lecture series is funded by and organized in collaboration with The Center for Comparative Research on Democracy at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, the MA Social Work as a Human Rights Profession at Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin and Off-University; and hosted by Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.
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Host institution: Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Online class time
Thursdays 14:00 – 16:00 (CEST)
Credits: 3 ECTS
Duration: 14 Weeks (21.04.2022 – 28.07.2022)
Register Status: Open