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New publication by Kristina Roepstorff

28.07.2019 -

This paper seeks to contribute to the debate on the humanitarian system’s localisation agenda within the context of the humanitarian-peacebuilding nexus. 

 

Publication by Spencer & Oppermann

15.09.2019 -

The article by Alexander Spencer and Kai Oppermann argues that the Leave narrative of Brexit was successful in the 2016 referendum in part because it conformed to one of the well-established narrative genres of tragedy, comedy, satire and romance. 

 

New student coordinator (actually since June 2019): Nina Rösler

13.08.2019 -

Hello, my name is Nina Rösler and I am one of the two student coordinators of the PACS master. 

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New publication by Kristina Roepstorff

28.07.2019 -

This paper wants to contribute to critical scholarship on humanitarian action by offering a discussion of the conceptualisation of the local that informs the localisation agenda. To this end, the paper provides a brief overview of the localisation discourse in humanitarian action

 

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