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Karen Ng

Karen was a research fellow at the Center in Berlin during its first year in 2018. Her work at the center focused on German Idealism and Critical Theory, and in particular, on rethinking Marxian concepts such as species-being, alienation, and ideology for present times. While at the Center, she participated in the International Conference on …

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Bertram Lomfeld

Bertram Lomfeld is professor for private law and the foundations of law (philosophy, sociology, economics & anthropology) at Free University Berlin. His research focuses on the legal construction of basic insitutions of private law (like contract, property or the corporate form), their constitutive power for modern societies, their plural political justifications and possible future shapes. …

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Andrea Roedig

EN Andrea Roedig is a freelance journalist in Vienna. She obtained her doctorate degree in philosophy and was research assistant and Freie Universität Berlin. In 2001 until 2006 she managed the arts section of the weekly journal Freitag. Since 2007 she lives and works in Vienna and publishes cultural essays, reportages of daily life and …

December 2018 – January 2019

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Daniel Loick

Daniel Loick is a philosopher and social theorist. Since 2020 he is Associate Professor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and Associated Researcher with the Institute for Social Research (Frankfurt). After receiving his PhD in 2010, Daniel worked in the Philosophy Departments at Goethe-University Frankfurt and Humboldt-University Berlin, the Institute for …

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Frank Schumann

Frank Schumann is a Post-Doctoral researcher at the social psychology department of the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin (IPU Berlin). His research interests revolve around the questions of how social reality is perceived subjectively and how this experience shapes social and political practices. To answer these, Schumann draws from psychoanalysis, social psychology, critical theory, sociology of …

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Ulf Bohmann

Ulf Bohmann is post-doc researcher at the Chemnitz University of Technology. He studied Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy and Social Psychology at the University of Augsburg and the Fernuniversität Hagen until 2007. He received his PhD at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena in 2013 with a thesis on the notion of a critical genealogy in the work of …

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Jean Louise Cohen

Jean Louise Cohen is the Nell and Herbert Singer Professor of Political Thought at Columbia University, New York. She is specialized in contemporary political and legal theory with particular research interests in democratic theory, critical theory, Civil society, gender and the law. Her influential contributions span from a critique of the missing political philosophy in …

June – July 2019

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Jonathan David Klein

Jonathan Klein is a Fellow at the Center in Berlin. He studied European Studies, International Politics and Political Theory in Maastricht, Tokyo, New York and Frankfurt am Main and subsequently worked as a research assistant at the Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”. He is currently writing his doctoral thesis in Frankfurt am …

April 2020 – June 2021

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Sabine Flick

Sabine Flick is a researcher at the Insitute for Social Reserach at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Her research assumes an interdisciplinary outlook, crossing over the fields of social theory and critical theory, medical sociology, the sociology of the professions and questions of normativity and critique in empirical research. 2020 she completed her …

April – September 2020

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Jonathan David Klein

Jonathan Klein is a Fellow at the Center in Berlin. He studied European Studies, International Politics and Political Theory in Maastricht, Tokyo, New York and Frankfurt am Main and subsequently worked as a research assistant at the Cluster of Excellence “The Formation of Normative Orders”. He is currently writing his doctoral thesis in Frankfurt am …

April 2020 – June 2021

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Karen Ng

Karen was a research fellow at the Center in Berlin during its first year in 2018. Her work at the center focused on German Idealism and Critical Theory, and in particular, on rethinking Marxian concepts such as species-being, alienation, and ideology for present times. While at the Center, she participated in the International Conference on …

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Bertram Lomfeld

Bertram Lomfeld is professor for private law and the foundations of law (philosophy, sociology, economics & anthropology) at Free University Berlin. His research focuses on the legal construction of basic insitutions of private law (like contract, property or the corporate form), their constitutive power for modern societies, their plural political justifications and possible future shapes. …

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Andrea Roedig

EN Andrea Roedig is a freelance journalist in Vienna. She obtained her doctorate degree in philosophy and was research assistant and Freie Universität Berlin. In 2001 until 2006 she managed the arts section of the weekly journal Freitag. Since 2007 she lives and works in Vienna and publishes cultural essays, reportages of daily life and …

December 2018 – January 2019

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Daniel Loick

Daniel Loick is a philosopher and social theorist. Since 2020 he is Associate Professor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and Associated Researcher with the Institute for Social Research (Frankfurt). After receiving his PhD in 2010, Daniel worked in the Philosophy Departments at Goethe-University Frankfurt and Humboldt-University Berlin, the Institute for …

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Frank Schumann

Frank Schumann is a Post-Doctoral researcher at the social psychology department of the International Psychoanalytic University Berlin (IPU Berlin). His research interests revolve around the questions of how social reality is perceived subjectively and how this experience shapes social and political practices. To answer these, Schumann draws from psychoanalysis, social psychology, critical theory, sociology of …

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Ulf Bohmann

Ulf Bohmann is post-doc researcher at the Chemnitz University of Technology. He studied Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy and Social Psychology at the University of Augsburg and the Fernuniversität Hagen until 2007. He received his PhD at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena in 2013 with a thesis on the notion of a critical genealogy in the work of …

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Sabine Flick

Sabine Flick is a researcher at the Insitute for Social Reserach at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. Her research assumes an interdisciplinary outlook, crossing over the fields of social theory and critical theory, medical sociology, the sociology of the professions and questions of normativity and critique in empirical research. 2020 she completed her …

April – September 2020

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