1 New Approaches to Cold War: History and Current International Politics




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activity, Profiling and Prevention

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-3

Chair(s)

NN

Data Protection Applied to “new” Security Practices: Just another Layer of Resistance?

Rocco Bellanova

Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis-CReSPo / Vrije Universiteit Brussel-LSTS

Gloria González Fuster

Vrije Universiteit Brussel-LSTS

Security, Technology, Populations: the EU’s ‘Smart Border in the Making’

Julien Jeandesboz

Sciences Po

Francesco Ragazzi

Leiden University

The Untold Story of Risk in (Inter)National Security

Jonas Hagmann

ETH Zürich

Myriam Dunn-Cavelty

ETH Zürich

Aesthetics of Catastrophe: Preparing for the Unexpected

Rens van Munster

Danish Institute for International Studies

Claudia E Aradau

Open University

Discussant(s)

Didier Bigo

Sciences Po


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Slot: TB-105 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 359

The Contemporary Transformation of

Security Practices (I): Spaces of (In)security

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-1

Chair(s)

Victoria Basham

University of Exeter

Borders, Law, Liberties: The Location of Rights

Tugba Basaran

University of Kent

Managing the Risks of Love/Love as a Risk Management Tool:

Assessing the Security Governance of Marriage Migrants in

Germany

Anne-Marie D'Aoust

University of Pennsylvania

Beyond Security, Beyond “the International”?

Asli Calkivik

University of Minnesota

Sedated Locales and Ambivalent Internationals: Critique of the Bordering Practices of Intervention

Marijana Sevo

Keele University

Catching the Flu: Early Warning Systems for Detecting Pandemic Outbreaks

Stefan Elbe

University of Sussex

Discussant(s)

Lene Hansen

University of Copenhagen

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Slot: TD-106 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 359

The Contemporary Transformation of

Security Practices (II): Temporalities and

Visibilities of (In)security

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-2

Chair(s)

Didier Bigo

Sciences Po


Governing the Future by Mastering the Past

Akos Kopper

University of Budapest

Failure and Securitization Theory

Mark B Salter

University of Ottawa

The Politics of Visual Security

Axel Heck

University of Mainz

Gabi Schlag

University of Frankfurt/Main

On Colonial Mimicry: France, Security and the Governance of

Postcolonial Suspect Communities

Adam J Sandor

University of Ottawa

Parliamentary Security Discourses and the Making of Counter-

terrorism Legislation in the UK, 1996-2010

Andrew W Neal

University of Edinburgh

Discussant(s)

Tugba Basaran

University of Kent

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Slot: FA-112 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 359

What is Critical about Methods in Security

Studies?

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-8

Chair(s)

Claudia E Aradau

Open University

Roundtable Discussants

Anna Stavrianakis

University of Sussex

Manuel Mireanu

Central European University of Budapest

Eva Herschinger

Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen

Discussant(s)

Christopher Alderson

Carleton University

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Slot: FB-108 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 359

Roundtable on Security, Resistance and

Critical Approaches

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-4

Chair(s)

Maria Stern

Göteborg University

Roundtable Discussants

Rens van Munster

Danish Institute for International Studies

Stephan Davidshofer

Science Po

Xavier Guillaume

University of Geneva

Victoria Basham

University of Exeter

Claudia E Aradau

Open University

Discussant(s)

Jef Huysmans

Open University

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Slot: FC-109 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 359

Security and Economics: Circulation,

Prohibition, and Regulation

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-5

Chair(s)

Marieke de Goede

University of Amsterdam

Hybrid Regimes of Security Practices in Transnationalised Business Spaces. (CSR) Discourse Meets Practice (theory)

Jana Hönke

Free University of Berlin

Financing Terrorism - the Struggle for Dominance between the Political and Judicial in EU and National Settings

Elspeth Guild

Radboud University


Protecting Critical Infrastructures between Internationalization and Globalization

Julia Trombetta

Delft University of Technology

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: FD-110 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 359

Security in Action: Understanding Security

from an Actor-network Theory Perspective

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-6

Chair(s)

Anna Leander

Copenhagen Business School

Security, Technology and Control: Repositioning Securitisation

Theory for the Information Society

Jonathan Bright

European University Institute

Rendering Climate Change Governable as a Security Issue:

Preparing for the IPCC Worst Case Scenario of a +4 Degree World
Angela Oels

University of Hamburg

Chaotic Climate Security: Securitization beyond Discourse

Maximilian Mayer

Bonn University

Security as Controversy: Private Security Governance inside Global Security Assemblages

Peer Schouten

University of Gothenburg

Security as Performation: The UN Security Council and Piracy

Christian Bueger

Institute for Development and Peace

Discussant(s)

Anna Leander

Copenhagen Business School


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Slot: SA-111 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 359

Security, States and Markets: the

Commodification and Privatisation of

Security

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to Security in

Europe, 16-7

Chair(s)

Münevver Cebeci

Marmara University

Security for Sale - Problematizing Public-Private Distinctions in the Case of Securitas Sweden and the Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Joakim Berndtsson

Gothenborg University

Maria Stern

Göteborg University

The Security-Technology Nexus

James Alexander

University of Manchester

Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet

University of Manchester

Negotiating the State/Society Boundaries in Afghanistan and Iraq: Private Militias for Counter-insurgency

Christian Olsson

Université Lille 2

The Privatisation of Violence : Paramilitarism in Colombia

Jacobo Grajales Lopez

Sciences Po

Discussant(s)

Anna Leander

Copenhagen Business School

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global
Economic Regulation? The Crisis
& Global Economic Governance


Convenor: Hubert Zimmermann, University of Marburg

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Slot: TA-113 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 360

The Politics of Global Regulation: New

Research Agenda

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global Economic

Regulation? The Crisis and Global Economic

Governance, 17-1

Chair(s)

Hubert Zimmermann

University of Marburg

The Global Governance of Sovereign Debt Problems – Past

Lessons for Future Crises?

Jasper G.W. Blom

University of Amsterdam

Just Finance? Amartya Sen's Idea of Justice and Financial

Governance

Daniel K Mügge

University of Amsterdam

Bridging Methods – Analysing the Discursive Construction of the Financial Crisis and its Political Responses

Doris Fuchs

University of Münster

Antonia Graf

University of Münster

Regulation of Financial Derivatives and its Efficacy in Global

Perspective

Roman Goldbach

University of Göttingen

Discussant(s)

Hubert Zimmermann

University of Marburg

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Slot: TB-117 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 360

Transnational Business and Global

Economic Regulation

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global Economic

Regulation? The Crisis and Global Economic

Governance, 17-5


Chair(s)

Doris Fuchs

University of Münster

Neoliberal Think Tanks and the Crisis

Dieter Plehwe

Social Science Research Center Berlin

From Public to Private and Back Again? Perspectives and

Propositions on the Reallocation of Political Authority in Financial Governance

Andreas Kruck

University of Munich

Transnational Finance 2.0?

Roman Goldbach

University of Göttingen

Removing the F.I.G. Leaf: Uncovering the Politics of Financial

Interest Groups

W. Travis Selmier, II

Indiana University

Bankers and Politicians in Denial? The Political Economy of

Investment Banking since the Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis

Hans Trees

London School of Economics

Discussant(s)

Doris Fuchs

University of Münster

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Slot: TD-115 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 360

The Role of Domestic Politics in Reshaping

Global Economic Governance

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global Economic

Regulation? The Crisis and Global Economic

Governance, 17-3

Chair(s)

Stefan A Schirm

University of Bochum

Detaching “Emerging” from “Power”: Brazil and India at the WTO Ministerial in 2008

Laura E Carsten

University of Bochum

Financial Crisis Containment in Central and East Europe

Thilo Bodenstein

Central European University, Budapest


Conflicting Interests and Economic Disparities: Why the BRIC

Countries at the same Time Undermine and Sustain the Global

Regime for the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights

Robert Kaiser

University of Munich

Divergent National Strategies for Global Financial Stability: The Case of the Global Financial Sector Tax

Yuan-Juhn Chiao

University of Bochum

Explaining the Doha Impasse: The Impact of Domestic Political

Institutions on the EU, U.S., Brazilian and Australian Negotiating Positions

Eugénia da Conceicao-Heldt

Free University Berlin

Discussant(s)

Stefan A Schirm

University of Bochum

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Slot: FA-116 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 360

Research on the Design of International

Institutions in the Wake of the Crisis

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global Economic

Regulation? The Crisis and Global Economic

Governance, 17-4

Chair(s)

Jonas Tallberg

Stockholm University

Globalization and Economic Crisis: Does Information Really Matter?
Leonardo Baccini

IMT Lucca

Soo Yeon Kim

University of Maryland

Flexibility and the Effectiveness of Trade Agreements

Soo Yeon Kim

University of Maryland

Why the Overhang? Explaining the Gap between Bound and

Applied Tariff Rates

Krzysztof Pelc

Princeton University

Environmental Regulation in the Shadow of International Trade Law: Does Democratic Accountability Work?

Johannes Urpelainen

Columbia University


Equilibrium Size and Scope of a Union: The EU’s New Political

Architecture

Nikitas Konstantinidis

IBEI Barcellona

Discussant(s)

Andreas Dür

University of Salzburg

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Slot: FB-114 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 360

Global Macroeconomic Regulation: Money, Trade, and Finance

Section: 17 - Changing Tide in Global Economic

Regulation? The Crisis and Global Economic

Governance, 17-2

Chair(s)

Manfred Elsig

University of Bern

The New Regionalism and the Changing Tide of Global Trade

Regulation

Andreas Dür

University of Salzburg

Leonardo Baccini

IMT Lucca

The Global Imbalances and US Monetary Hegemony in Crisis:

Whither Global Monetary Governance?

Mattias Vermeiren

Ghent University

Global Monetary Cooperation in the Wake of the Crisis

Hubert Zimmermann

University of Marburg

Discussant(s)

Manfred Elsig

University of Bern

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign
Policy Analysis: Integrating
Rational, Social and


Psychological Perspectives


Convenors:

Tuomas Forsberg, University of Tampere
Reinhard Wolf, University of Frankfurt/Main

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Slot: TA-119 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 361

Realism and Foreign Policy: Structural and

Neoclassical Realist Perspectives

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-1

Chair(s)

Anders Wivel

University of Copenhagen

Elucidating the Missing Link: Linking Perceptions and State

Behaviour

Barbara Kunz

Bertelsmann Stiftung

Security Regionalization under Unipolarity - Explaining Regional Commonalities and Variations

Galia Press-Barnathan

Hebrew University

Theory of International Politics as a Theory of Foreign Policy:

Explaining Foreign Policy from International Structure

Anders Wivel

University of Copenhagen

Jacob G. Hariri

University of Copenhagen

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: TB-123 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 361

Recognition and Identity in FP

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-5

Chair(s)

Regina Heller

University of Hamburg


National Identity and Foreign Policy: The Foreign Policy Behaviour of Guyana 1966-2010

Imtyaz A. Mohamed

University of Toronto

Saving Face, Saving Peace. The Politics of Recognition in

International Crises

Thomas Lindemann

Lille 2 - CERAPS

Respect, Disrespect and Cooperative Attitudes in FP

Reinhard Wolf

University of Frankfurt/Main

Discussant(s)

Rainer Baumann

University of Bremen

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Slot: TD-121 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 361

The Challenges of Theoretical Integration in Foreign Policy Analysis (Panel 2)

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-3

Chair(s)

Klaus Brummer

University Erlangen-Nuremberg

Kai Oppermann

University of Cologne

Conditions for the Integration of Theories

Elisabeth Schöndorf

German Institute for International and Security Affairs

Analyzing the Societal Self-characterizations of German Peace

Policy

Christoph Weller

University of Augsburg

Deniz Anan

University of Augsburg

Ulrich Roos

University of Augsburg

Saving the Paradox

Anna Cornelia Beyer

University of Hull

Theoretical Integration in FPA: The Case of Bureaucratic Politics and Poliheuristic Theory

Klaus Brummer

University Erlangen-Nuremberg


Discussant(s)

Sebastian Harnisch

University of Heidelberg

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Slot: FA-122 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 361

Multilateral Settings and FP Decision Making

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-4

Chair(s)

NN

Coalition Formation and Bargaining Efficiency in Multilateral

Negotiations: Insights from Agent-Based Models

Andreas Warntjen

University of Twente

The Challenges of FPA

Ludovica Marchi

University of Cambridge

Participation in International Organisations and Learning Process: Early Elaborations on Turkey’s Experience at the UN Security Council

Özlem Terzi

Istanbul University

Discussant(s)

Dirk Peters

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

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Slot: FB-126 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 361

Integrating Systemic Factors, Domestic

Audiences and non-State Actors into FPA

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-8

Chair(s)

NN

International and Domestic Constraints on Foreign Policy: Nordic Responses to the End of the Cold War

Fredrik Doeser

Foreign Policy Analysis and the Denationalization of Governance

Rainer Baumann

University of Bremen


Accounting for Foreign Policy Change: the Role of Policy

Entrepreneurs

Spyros Blavoukos

Athens University of Economics and Business

Politically Rational Foreign Policy Decision-Making

C. Todd Kent

Texas A&M University of Qatar

Media and International Relations: the Missing Link between

Practice, Theory Analysis and Research Design

Sofia José F Santos

Flemish Peace Institute / University of Coimbra

Marco S Rosa

University of Coimbra

Discussant(s)

Kai Oppermann

University of Cologne

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Slot: FC-124 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 361

Rational and Psychological Approaches to

Russia's Foreign Policy

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-6

Chair(s)

Reinhard Wolf

University of Frankfurt/Main

Unveiling the Unconscious. New approaches to the Explanation of Russian Foreign Policy Behaviour vis-à-vis the West

Regina Heller

University of Hamburg

Trust in International Relations

Angelica Matveeva

Uppsala University

Christer Pursiainen

Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat

Emotions in Russian Foreign Policy

Tuomas Forsberg

University of Tampere

Discussant(s)

Thomas Lindemann

Lille 2 - CERAPS

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Slot: SA-127 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 361

Ethical Factors in Foreign Policy

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-9

Chair(s)

Tuomas Forsberg

University of Tampere

Applying Erotetic to the Complex Causal Paths of Apologies in

American Diplomacy

Jérémie Cornut

Université du Québec à Montréal

Constructing a Concrete Utopia for more Ethical Europe

Hanna Tuulia Tuominen

University of Helsinki

The Role of Solidarity in EU External Relations

Siegfried Schieder

European University Institute, Florence (EUI)

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: SB-120 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 361

The Challenges of Theoretical Integration in Foreign Policy Analysis (Panel 1)

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-2

Chair(s)

Klaus Brummer

University Erlangen-Nuremberg

Integrating Ideational Policy Interdependence in Foreign Policy Analysis

Sebastian Harnisch

University of Heidelberg

Raimund Wolf

University of Heidelberg

The Double Embedding of ‘Foreign Policy-Making’: Linking FPA with Theories of Globalisation and Society

Mathias Albert

University of Bielefeld


Foreign Policy Consequences: Integrating Insights from Structural Theorizing into FPA

Dirk Peters

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Linkage Politics: The National-International Connection in British Politics

Jim Buller

University of York

The Concept of Issue Salience in Foreign Policy Analysis

Kai Oppermann

University of Cologne

Discussant(s)

David Bosold

German Council on Foreign Relations

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Slot: SC-128 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 361

Looking beyond Material Power:

Challenging and Enriching Realist FPA

Section: 19 - New Approaches to Foreign Policy

Analysis: Integrating Rational, Social and

Psychological Perspectives, 19-7

Chair(s)

NN

State Socialization and Structural Realism

Cameron G Thies

University of Iowa

Who is in the Cockpit? Corporations, Governments and

Collaborative Aircraft Decisions

Moritz G Weiss

University of St. Gallen

Marc DeVore

University of St. Gallen

Neoclassical Realism as a Foreign Policy Theory

Alexander Reichwein

University of Frankfurt/Main

Discussant(s)

Anders Wivel

University of Copenhagen

Section: 20 - Gender in Transnational
Politics: Transitions and
Transformations in a


Time of Crises


Convenor: Uta Ruppert, University of Frankfurt/Main

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Slot: TA-129 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 451

Round Table: Gender Politics in

Transnationalization

Section: 20 - Gender in Transnational Politics:

Transitions and Transformations in a Time of Crises, 20-1

Chair(s)

Uta Ruppert

University of Frankfurt/Main

Roundtable Discussants

Milica Antiæ-Gaber

University of Ljubljana

Marianne H. Marchand

Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Tanja Scheiterbauer

University of Bonn

Stefanie Wöhl

University of Vienna

Marysia Zalewski

University of Aberdeen

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: TB-130 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 451

Theorizing Gender, Sex and Sexuality in

Times of Crises’

Section: 20 - Gender in Transnational Politics:

Transitions and Transformations in a Time of Crises, 20-2

Chair(s)

Maria Stern

Göteborg University

Marysia Zalewski

University of Aberdeen


The Violences and Violations of Feminism

Marysia Zalewski

University of Aberdeen

Global Science, Local Gender: Transnationalization and the Case of Caster Semenya

Jennifer Glaser

University of Cincinnati

The Threat of Women’s Bodies - Masculinity and the

Feminization” Debate within the Congolese Armed Forces (DRC)
Maria Eriksson Baaz

Göteborg University

Maria Stern

Göteborg University

The Location of Homophobia

Rahul Rao

School of Oriental & African Studies, London

Discussant(s)

Catherine Eschle

University of Strathclyde

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Slot: TD-131 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 451

Gendering Globalization,

Transnationalization and Transnationalisms

Section: 20 - Gender in Transnational Politics:

Transitions and Transformations in a Time of Crises, 20-3

Chair(s)

Marianne H. Marchand

Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Gendered Empowerment: The Construction of Transnational

Political Spaces between Chicago and Michoacán

Stephanie Schütze

Free University of Berlin

Female Migrant Domestic Workers and their Spanish Employers in Times of Crises.A Comparative Analysis of Consequences for Women on both Sides of the Coin- in Majority as well as Minority Society

Simone Tappert

University of Vienna

Marianne Dobner

University of Vienna


At the Crossroads of Masculinty, Feminity and Crises: Mexican

Migrants and Transnational Communities Facing the Dual

Economic and Security Crises

Marianne H. Marchand

Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Searching for Belonging and Security: Transnational Lifestyles and Gender Transformation among Trinidadians

B. Jane L. Parpart

University of the West Indies

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: FA-132 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 451

Gendering Globalization,

Transnationalization and Transnationalisms (2)

Section: 20 - Gender in Transnational Politics:

Transitions and Transformations in a Time of Crises, 20-4

Chair(s)

Marianne H. Marchand

Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Merging Worlds: Celebrity Diplomacy in International Affairs

Sandra E Via

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Globalising Gender Justice: A Transnational Feminist Political

Imaginary for IR

Catherine Eschle

University of Strathclyde

Bice Maiguashca

University of Exeter

Theorizing Transnational Sexual Politics in a Global Era

Amy Lind

University of Cincinnati

Discussant(s)

Uta Ruppert

University of Frankfurt/Main

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Slot: FB-133 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 451

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