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Andreas Oldenbourg

Andreas Oldenbourg

Research Project B9

Research Associate

Andreas Oldenbourg has worked as a research associate for the SFB 700 from March 2010 to May 2014. Since June 2014 he is a research associate at the Institute for Political Science and Philosophy at Technische Universität Dortmund. Currently he is completing his PhD thesis on struggles for collective self-determination.

Academic Career

Since 06/2014

Research associate in Political Philosophy at the Department of Political Science and Philosophy at Technische Universität Dortmund. Chair: Prof. Christian Neuhäuser.

Since 03/2010

PhD student at the Department of Political and Social Sciences at Freie Universität Berlin. Title of the Dissertation: “Who are the People? Boundary Problems of Political Communities from a Republican Perspective”. Supervisors: Prof. Bernd Ladwig (FU Berlin) and Prof. Robin Celikates (University of Amsterdam).

03/2010-05/2014

Research associate at the SFB 700, project B9 “Metaproblems of legitimacy”, Principal Investigator: Prof. Bernd Ladwig.

10/2002-07/2009

Study of Political Science (very good) and Philosophy (very good) at Freie Universität Berlin, University of Helsinki and Heidelberg University.

Title of “Diplom” Thesis (master equivalent): “Liberalism as Social Criticism. A Reconstructive Interpretation of Dworkin‘s Conception of Equality“. Supervisors: Prof. Bernd Ladwig and Prof. Tine Stein.

Teaching at Freie Universität Berlin

Summer 2011

Undergraduate seminar at FU Berlin: “Theories of Secession”

Winter 2010/11

Undergraduate seminar at FU Berlin: “Liberalism and Communitarianism”

Publications

2012

Human Rights Obligations of Non-State Actors in Areas of Limited Statehood. SFB Governance Working Paper Series No 27 (with Daniel Jacob und Bernd Ladwig), Berlin: DFG Sonderforschungsbereich 700.

Presentations

10/2012

Collective Self-Determination and the Right to Secede. A Republican Approach, Graduate Research Seminar in Political Theory, Princeton University.

09/2011

Toward a Republican Conception of Collective Self-Determination, "The Diversity of Human Rights", Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik.

05/2011

Governance for Whom? Human Rights, Special Relations and Corresponding Obligations (with Daniel Jacob und Bernd Ladwig), International Conference "Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood: By Whom, for Whom, and to What Effect?", Free University Berlin.

09/2010

Social Justice and the Right to Secede, "The Diversity of Human Rights", Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik.