Dr. Stefanie Wodrig

Research Fellow

wodrig@ips.uni-kiel.de

Current Research

  • political discourse theory
  • regional peace interventions
  • state, society and region in eastern and southern africa
  • energy politics

Publications

Monograph

  • 2017: Regional Intervention Politics in Africa. Crisis, Hegemony, and the Transformation of Subjectivity. Abingdon: Routledge (Studies in Intervention and Statebuilding). read more

 

Peer-reviewed articles

  • 2018: New subjects in the politics of energy transition? Reactivating the Northern German oil and gas infrastructure. In: Environmental Politics, 27(1), 69-88.http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09644016.2017.1384469?journalCode=fenp20
  • 2016: (with Julia Grauvogel) Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene. In: Cooperation and Conflict 51(3), 272-290. abstract
  • 2015: Zwischen Herrschaft und Emanzipation: Regionale Interventionen im Östlichen und Südlichen Afrika. In: Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, 4(1), 5-35. article
  • 2014: Crafting a Region While Intervening? Regional Discourses on Burundi. In: Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 8(2-3), 214-239. abstract

 

Miscellaneous

  • 2012: Rezension zu Engel et al. (Eds.), Africa's New Peace and Security Architecture & Kabia, Humanitarian Intervention and Conflict Resolution in West Africa. In: H-Soz-u-Kult 13.04.2012.  review

Lectures

  • Sep 2016: New subjectivities in energy politics: The German controversy on fracking, General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Prague.
  • July 2016: New subjectivities in energy politics: The German controversy on fracking, International Conference in Interpretative Policy Analysis (IPA), Hull, UK.
  • Apr 2016: Ernesto Laclau in Peaceland: Interventions and the transformation of subjectivity, Workshop on Laclaus Contribution to IR: Rethinking Core Concepts“, Kiel.
  • March 2016: New subjectivities in energy politics: The German controversy on fracking, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Atlanta.
  • Sep 2015: Science and emotions as a response to complexity: First evidence from the fracking controversy in Northern Germany, Pan-European Conference on International Relations (EISA), Giardini Naxos, Italy.
  • Sep 2015: Neighbourhood Watch: How South African social groups interpreted the crisis and violence in Zimbabwe, ibid.
  • July 2015: Science and emotions as a response to complexity: First evidence from the fracking controversy in Northern Germany, International Conference in IPA, Lille.
  • Mar 2015: Neighbourhood Watch: Wie das östliche und südliche Afrika auf Gewaltdynamiken in ihrer Nachbarschaft blickte [Neighbourhood Watch: How South African social groups interpreted the crisis and violence in Zimbabwe], 47th Colloquium of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies (AFK), Spandau.
  • Feb 2015: (with Julia Grauvogel) Talking past each other: Regional and domestic resistance in the Burundian intervention scene, Comparative Political Science Section Conference of the German Association for Political Science (DVPW), Hamburg.
  • Sep 2014: Als die Nachbarschaft in Burundi und Simbabwe vermittelte: Regionale Interventionen zwischen Herrschaft und Emanzipation [When Neighbours Mediate: The Regional Interventions in Burundi and Zimbabwe between Domination and Emancipation], International Relations Section Conference of the DVPW, Magdeburg.
  • May 2014: (with Julia Grauvogel) Resistance from Above (and Below) in the Burundian Conflict: Negotiating International, Regional and National Conceptions of Order (Workshop “Conceptualising Resistance in International Relations”), EISA, Izmir.
  • March 2014:  Regional interventions as precarious hegemonies: Burundi and Zimbabwe compared, Annual Meeting of the ISA, Toronto.
  • Sep 2013: Regional intervention and image politics in East Africa, New Regionalisms Conference, University of Leipzig.
  • Apr 2013: Burundi, Simbabwe und die institutionelle Heterogenität der regionalen Interventionen [Burundi, Zimbabwe and the institutional heterogeneity of regional interventions], Meeting of the Research Group Orders of Violence on „Thick institutionalised spaces of intervention“, Berlin.
  • June 2012: Of order and delimitation. How Burundi shaped the regional interveners, Joint Conference of the British International Studies Association & ISA, Edinburgh.
  • Apr 2012: Burundi and the region: Intervention identities, Annual Meeting of the ISA, San Diego.
  • June 2011: Burundi: The possibilities for and the limits of regional intervention, Conference „Colonial Legacies, Postcolonial Contestations: Decolonizing the Social Sciences and the Humanities“, Goethe University Frankfurt.