Publikationen

Das Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut (ABI) veröffentlicht seine wichtigsten Forschungsergebnisse in hochrangigen referierten Zeitschriften, in renommierten Buchreihen sowie in Publikationen, die ein breites Publikum ansprechen - vollständige Auflistung unten. Die hauseigene Working Paper-Series (mit in-house peer review und language editing) unterstützt dieses Vorhaben. Mit dem International Quarterly for Asian Studies (vormals Internationalen Asienforum) publiziert das ABI eine wichtige referierte Open-Access-Fachzeitschrift der Asienforschung.

Publikationen

Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Lambert, Laura
Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte (APuZ)
Die Perzeption afrikanischer Migration nach Europa ist von vielen Mythen geprägt. Ursächlich für diese Migration ist ein komplexes Zusammenspiel von gesellschaftlichen Normen, restriktiven Migrationspolitiken, kolonialem Erbe und innerstaatlichen Konflikten.
2022
David Drew, / Kim Schumann / Michaela Pelican / Sina Plücken

Michaela Pelican et al. recently published a paper that adds an additional perspective by exploring the so-far underrepresented voices of members of the Mbororo ethnic minority who, individually and collectively, have been targeted by extreme speech and acts of violence by the separatist forces.

2022
Platzhalterbild Beitraege zu Konferenzen
Beiträge zu Konferenzen
Lambert, Laura
Annual Conference of the Refugee Law Initiative
2022
Platzhalterbild Beitraege zu Konferenzen
Beiträge zu Konferenzen
Willers, Dr. Susanne
4. Konferenz des Netzwerks Flucht- und Flüchtlingsforschung
2022
Platzhalterbild Beitraege zu Konferenzen
Beiträge zu Konferenzen
Altrogge, Judith / Dr. Kwaku Arhin-Sam
VAD Konferenz Africa-Europe: Reciprocal Perspectives
2022
Platzhalterbild Beitraege zu Konferenzen
Beiträge zu Konferenzen
Neu, Friedrich
VAD Konferenz Africa-Europe: Reciprocal Perspectives
2022
Platzhalter Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
Jegen, Leonie / Dr. Franzisca Zanker / Amanda Bisong
The Conversation
2022
Platzhalterbild Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Jegen, Leonie / Eva M. Stambøl
Postcoloniality and Forced Migration: Mobility, Control, Agency
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Missbach, Prof. Dr. Antje / Gerhard Hoffstaedter
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
10.1080/1369183X.2022.2110457
Since 2017, more than one million Rohingya have been forcibly displaced from their country of birth, Myanmar. While most of the displaced Rohingya are currently living in refugee camps along the Myanmar–Bangladesh border, thousands have continued their journeys in search of safety across the Andaman Sea, especially to Malaysia, but also Thailand and Indonesia. During these journeys, many endured prolonged stays at sea. Smugglers who organised these passages tried to extort higher payments from their clients’ families before proceeding with the passage.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Neu, Friedrich / Hartmut Fünfgeld
Geography Compass
10.1111/gec3.12621
In river deltas, human interference with regional and global socio-ecological systems has led to a plethora of gradual and more abrupt environmental changes that result in inundation, coastal and river bank erosion, land loss and, ultimately, displaced people. Often apolitically framed as protective, state-led transfer of people to new housing grounds, resettlement has become a common response to such displacements.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Jenss, Dr. Alke / Prof. Dr. Rosa Lehmann
Latin American Research Review
doi:10.1017/la
In this recent article, Rosa Lehmann and Alke Jenss analyze the potential and existing obstacles to political participation for Indigenous networks and activists in Mexican development projects.
2022
Platzhalterbild Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Agarwal, Dr. Amya
Imagining Pathways for Global Cooperation
Amya Agarwal recently published a chapter on the circulation and mobility of resistance ideas and practices across conflict-affected societies. Through the case of Kashmir and Palestinian resistance movements, she also explores the role of shared tacit imaginaries in creating different forms of solidarities among the resisters.
2022
Andreas Mehler, / Miriam Glund

Andreas Mehler and Miriam Glund published a conference report which summarises the results of a workshop in June 2021.

2022
Michaela, / Pelican

Michaela Pelican recently published a paper that introduces a mini-series of ABI working papers addressing the Anglophone conflict in Cameroon.

2022
Platzhalterbild Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Beitrag Sammelband/ Buchkapitel (Wiss.)
Jenss, Dr. Alke
Spatializing Authoritarianism
Alke Jenss recently published a chapter on multiscalar perspectives on Oaxaca, an authoritarian city in Mexiko, in a volume about "Spatializing Authoritarianism", edited by Natalie Koch.
2022
Platzhalterbild Monographie (Wiss.)
Monographie (Wiss.)
Völkel, Dr. Jan Claudius / Lena-Maria Möller Zeina Hobaika
Focusing on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, which comprises some of the world’s richest countries next to some of the poorest, this book offers insights into the discriminatory consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The multidisciplinary case studies collected in this edited volume reveal that the coronavirus’s impact patterns are a question of two variables: governance performance and socioeconomic potency.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Lambert, Laura
International Journal of Law in Context
Laura Lambert has recently published an article about bureaucrats as political actors who were invested in organizational change in Niger.
2022
Platzhalterbild Berichte, Studien, Policy Paper, Workingpaper
Berichte, Studien, Policy Paper, Workingpaper
Zanker, Dr. Franzisca / Dr. Ronald Kalyango Sebba
Uganda is well known as a strong refugee protector, but faces a number of socio-economic and governing challenges, as well as complex political priorities and relationships. Based on our research on the political stakes of refugee protection in Uganda we found: 1. Refugee protection in Uganda follows a development approach that emphasizes refugee self-reliance by providing access to land for subsistence farming, as well as primary education and health facilities within settlements.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zanker, Dr. Franzisca
Migration Studies
Despite the explosion of migration literature in recent years, there remains a bias in aca-demic literature to focus on Europe or other areas in the Global North. Migration studiestend to follow the political interests of curbing access for refugees and other migrants in the Global North, divorced from the fact that most displacement and indeed much mobil-ity takes place in the Global South (Fiddian-Qasmiyeh 2020).
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Agarwal, Dr. Amya / Shine Choi Ching-Chang Chen
International Studies Perspectives
In this recent publication, six authors critically reflect on discrimination faced by early-career women international relations (IR) scholars in the Asia-Pacific region in their workplaces and beyond. Their aim is first to reflect on the contributors’ own lived experiences and second to call for new, more inclusive forms of solidarity that appreciate diversity as plurality across any divides.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Rodríguez, Dr. Fabricio / Sina Leipold / Anran Luo
Ambio
https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-022-01758-4
In this article the Fabricio Rodríguez, Anran Luo and Sina Leipold studied political ‘Waste Ban’ narratives and corresponding perceptions of ‘Chinese’ and ‘European’ agency in the China-EU case. The results show a political gridlock in China-EU circular economy coordination.
2022
Platzhalterbild Monographie (Wiss.)
Monographie (Wiss.)
Agarwal, Dr. Amya
What is the significance of gender and masculinities in understanding conflict? Through an ethnographic study conducted between 2013 and 2016, this book explores the politics of competing and sometimes overlapping masculinities represented by the state armed forces and the non-state actors in the Kashmir valley. In addition, the book broadens the understanding of women’s agency through its engagement with the construction, performance, and interplay of masculinities in the conflict.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zanker, Dr. Franzisca / Dr Kwaku Arhin-Sam / Amanda Bisong / Mounkaila Harouna / Leonie Jegen
South African Journal of International Affairs
https://doi.org/10.1080/10220461.2022.2084452
Kwaku Arhin-Sam, Amanda Bisong, Leonie Jegen, Harouna Mounkaila and Franzisca Zanker recently published an article at South African Journal of International Affairs about the free movement protocols of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) which have never been fully implemented, yet within the region people have continued to move relatively freely. At the same time, the original aim to improve mobility appears to be changing to one of control over mobility.
2022
Platzhalter Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
Online-Publikation, Blog-Artikel, op-ed
Zanker, Dr. Franzisca / Leonie Jegen
Migration Control
This report considers the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), which is a regional political and economic union of fifteen countries located in West Africa. More specifically it focuses on one of ECOWAS’ central objectives: the facilitation of free movement in the region. In the following, the foundation and protocols of ECOWAS, everyday mobility in the region and colonial legacies of mobility governance are introduced.
2022
Platzhalterbild Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zeitschriftenartikel (Wiss.)
Zanker, Dr. Franzisca / Dr. Khangelani Moyo
Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies
In South Africa there is a conflation between refugees and other migrants at a legislative, policy and narrative level. Based on 32 interviews and four focus groups conducted in Johannesburg and Musina in spring 2020, we show the conflation between refugees and migrants through changing legislation, a bureaucratized system which makes access to any legal status difficult and political narratives that serve to construct a threat. This results in dangerous, sometimes violent consequences for migrant communities themselves.
2022