Workshop with Dr. Stephan Engelkamp
After a preliminary lecture by Dr. Engelkamp on the state of critical norm research, four ongoing research projects were discussed. The TANNRE research team presented a paper on the theoretical frame of the project. The team is very grateful for the useful feedback from Dr. Engelkamp and the workshop participants.
After the two panel slots, the three TANNRE research assistants were given the opportunity to introduce their ideas for their individual dissertation projects. The workshop ended with a lecture by Dr. Engelkamp on “IR/Responsibility? The limits of normative acting in international politics and the problem of answering the other one”.
Stephan Engelkamp is a Teaching Fellow in International Relations at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. Previously, he lectured at the University of Muenster and at the University of Magdeburg in Germany and was visiting professor at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Lille. He holds a PhD in Political Science from the Graduate School of Politics Muenster, Germany. His main research interests are global security governance and processes of normalization in global and European politics; critical approaches to peace and conflict; international relations theory (especially critical norms research and post-colonial approaches); and political anthropology.