The Institute of Intercultural and International Studies (InIIS), one of our home institutions, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in December with the beginning of the Senghaas Lectures and a symposium on current changes in the world society. The first Senghaas Lecture will take place on Thusday, 10 December (7.30pm at the Stadtwaage Bremen). Prof. Klaus Dieter Wolf from the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt will talk about current challenges in world politics. On Friday, 11 December, the InIIS will hold a symposium on the end or return of history (10.30 – 5.30pm at the Cartesium). Sebastian Botzem and Natalia Besedovsky will contribute to the first panel on the politics of quantification (“administered world or world disorder”).
Both the lecture and the symposium will be held in German language. You can find the full program of the event here.