gloknos is delighted to welcome Prof Luis Lobo-Guerrero (University of Groningen) to present as part of our annual lecture series.
A title and abstract for this event will be made available in due course.
Prof. Luis Lobo-Guerrero is, since 2013, Professor and Chair of History and Theory of International Relations at the University of Groningen where he is also Director of the Centre for International Relations Research. His interests converge around two broad areas: the politics of global connectivities, and modes of reasoning about order, power and governance. An edited volume that begins to bring them together is forthcoming in 2019, as part of the Global Epistemics book series, under the title of Imaginaries of Connectivity: The Making of Novel Spaces of Governance (Rowman and Littlefield).
Attendance is free but spaces are limited, so please email to reserve your seat. Please be aware that we will take an audio recording of this event, which may include any questions and responses delivered by the audience.
gloknos is initially funded for 5 years by the European Research Council through a Consolidator Grant awarded to Dr Inanna Hamati-Ataya for her project ARTEFACT (2017-2022). ARTEFACT is funded by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (ERC grant agreement no. 724451). For information about gloknos or ARTEFACT please contact the administrator in the first instance.
|28 October 2019||
Prof Luis Lobo-Guerrero (University of Groningen) – Title TBC
|10 December 2019||
Dr Amanda Rees (University of York) – Title TBC
|7 February 2020||
Dr Dag Herbjørnsrud (SGOKI, Oslo) – From Epistemicide to Global Knowledge: Reconstructing a Decolonised Academy
|15 April 2020||
Dr Sonja Brentjes (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin) – Heavens and Earth: An Empirical Approach to Knowledge Across Cultures
|15 May 2020||
Prof Sarah de Rijcke (Universiteit Leiden) – Title TBC
|15 June 2020||
Prof Stéphane Van Damme (European University Institute) – Towards a Global History of Knowledge? Premises, Promises, Concerns