Law and Technology in the Everyday: Technocolonialism and Refugee Lawyering Revisited - Kristin B. Sandvik (University of Oslo) - SDAC Guest Lecture Series

Mai 12
12. Mai 2021 18:00 Uhr bis 20:00 Uhr

Summer Semester 2021
Standards of Decision-Making Across Cultures – Guest Lecture Series

The SDAC Guest Lecture Series offers the opportunity to learn about cutting-edge research from distinguished scholars from around the world. Guests include university-based researchers from a range of disciplines alongside practitioners working at the intersections of academic research and applied decision-making.

All lectures will be held via zoom.
Events have limited audience capacity, registration required.
Contact Prof. Dr. Dominik Müller (

Organized by the Elite Graduate Program ”Standards of Decision- Making Across Cultures” and the Elite-Network of Bavaria.

Law and Technology in the Everyday: Technocolonialism and Refugee Lawyering Revisited
Kristin B. Sandvik
University of Oslo
Sociology of Law/Humanitarian Studies

Evangelical Activism in the Karen Hills: The Free Burma Rangers and the Mobilization of the Karen in the War against Evil
Alexander Horstmann
University of Tallinn
Asian Studies/Anthropology

Fake Eggs and Wet Markets: Qualification Devices and Counter-Qualification in China’s Food Safety Crisis
Lyle Fearnley
Singapore University of Technology and Design

Anxious China: Inner Revolution and Politics of Psychotherapy
Li Zhang
University of California, Davis
Medical/Psychological Anthropology

The Diversity of Rational Choice Theory: A Review Note
Catherine Herfeld
Zürich University

Various Forms of Chineseness in the Origins of Southeast Asian Communism
Kankan Xie
Peking University
Southeast Asian Studies/History

A Politics and Ethics of Viewing Photographs of Duterte’s “Drug War”: Towards Reconceptualizing the Political Community
Rosa Cordillera A. Castillo
Humboldt University of Berlin

Popper’s “Situational Analysis”: A Reconsideration
Alfonso Palacio-Vera
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

09.07.2021 (Friday 10-12 am)
AI Governance: How Can Politics Shape Artificial Intelligence?
Christoph Bieber
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Center for Advanced Internet Studies