• Ringvorlesung am 18. November 2020
    Ben ANDERSON (Geography, Durham University): Interval, Pause, Return: COVID-19 and the Politics of Emergency


  • Ringvorlesung am 2. Dezember 2020
    Clare HERRICK (Geography, King’s College London): COVID-19: Subjectivity, Risk and Ambiguous Vulnerabilities
  • Ringvorlesung am 16. Dezember 2020
    Matthew SPARKE (Politics, University of California Santa Cruz): COVID and the Death Spiral of Neoliberalism: From Roll-Back Vulnerabilities and Roll-Out Resilience to Roll-Over Ruination?


  • Ringvorlesung am 20. Januar 2021
    Steve HINCHLIFFE (Geography, University of Exeter): The Next Pandemic is Bacterial: on Drug Resistance and Postcolonial Global Health


  • Ringvorlesung am 16. Dezember 2021
    Ann KELLY (Anthropology/Global Health, King’s College London): From Blue Skies to Black Swans: Emergency R&D, Diagnostics, and the Global Health Frontier