Critical Humanities and International Politics Research Group (CHIP)
In the times when the limits to make sense of world events are more and more exposed, the Critical Humanities and International Politics Research Group (CHIP) seeks to crack disciplinary boundaries to critically unpack, scrutinise and interrogate the challenges that the international landscape faces in the 21st century. How do contemporary security threats, crises and risks affect the way people perceive and enact political and ethical interventions? What forms of governance will determine the future developments of human and non-human ecologies? What processes of knowledge production can lead to practices that eradicate violent power relations and enable liveable worlds? These are some of the critical inquiries that CHIP looks into.
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