CfA: Autumn Research School: Rethinking Extractivist Capitalism, 10-18 October 2020, U Bremen/Germany

Dear Colleagues,

We would hereby like to draw your attention to the following autumn school we are organizing:

Young International Scholars Autumn Research School
Rethinking Extractivist Capitalism
10 – 18 October 2020, University of Bremen
Venue: Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute for Advanced Study)

We welcome applications from advanced MA students, PhD candidates and postdoc researchers in political, social or cultural sciences, geography, linguistics, law, international relations or related disciplines.

Deadline for applications is 1 May 2020.
Please, find the online application form on our website:

The Autumn School is organised by U Bremen Excellence Chair Prof. Dr. Shalini Randeria, her Research Group „Soft Authoritarianisms“, her hosts Prof. Dr. Michi Knecht and Prof. Dr. Ingo H. Warnke and the collaborative research platform Worlds of Contradictions and is funded by the DAAD from funds of the German Federal Foreign Office (AA).
Due to this generous funding, participants will not have to pay fees or costs for accommodation. Applicable candidates can also apply for financial support for costs of travel.

For further information, please, check our website or email us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We kindly ask you to circulate this call to people interested.
Best regards,
Ulrike Flader


Dr. Ulrike Flader
Lektorin am Institut für Ethnologie und Kulturwissenschaft
und Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Forschungsgruppe "Comparative Soft Authoritarianisms", Verbundinitiative Worlds of Contradiction (WoC)
Universität Bremen

Lecturer, Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research
and Postdoc Researcher, Research Group "Comparative Soft Authoritarianisms", Colloborative Intiative Worlds of Contradiction (WoC)
Bremen University

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