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    Adekeye Adebajo

    Adekeye Adebajo

    ist Geschäftsführer des Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) in Kapstadt, Südafrika und Visiting Fellow an der Cambridge University. 2010 erschien von ihm The Curse of Berlin: Africa After the Cold War.

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    Peter Brandt

    Peter Brandt

    is Professor emeritus of modern German and European history at the Open University of Hagen. His most recent book, co-authored by Detlef Lehnert, was published by J.H.W. Dietz Nachf. under the title Eine kurze Geschichte der deutschen Sozialdemokratie (A Short History of German Social Democracy).

     

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    Otfried Höffe

    Otfried Höffe

    directs the Research Center on Political Philosophy at the University of Tübingen.

     

     

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    Christian Krell

    Christian Krell

    is a professor of political science and sociology at the Institute of Higher Education for the Police and Public Administration in Cologne, North Rhine Westphalia. He was director of the Academy for Social Democracy and the Nordic Office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. Currently, he serves on the SPD’s Committee on Basic Values.
     

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    Katharina Litz

    Katharina Litz

    studied political science. She is a consultant on educational policy in Lina Seitzl’s Bundestag office.

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    Richard Meng

    Richard Meng
  • Wolfgang Merkel

    Wolfgang Merkel

    is the former director of the Berlin Social Science Center. Since 2020 he has been a Senior Fellow at the Democracy Institute of the Central European University in Budapest. His most recent work, entitled Im Zwielicht – Zerbrechlichkeit und Resilienz der Demokratie im 21. Jahrhundert (In the Twilight – On the Fragility and Resilience of Democracy in the Twenty-First Century) was published by Campus Press in September, 2023. 

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  • Thomas Meyer

    Thomas Meyer

    is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Dortmund and, until September of 2021, the Editor-in-Chief of the journal Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte. His most recent book, entitled Die Unbelangbaren: Wie politische Journalisten mitregieren, was published by Suhrkamp in 2015.

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  • Herfried Münkler

    Herfried Münkler

    is an emeritus professor at the Institute for Political Science at Berlin's Humboldt University nd serves on theadvisory council of Neue Gesellschaft | Frankfurter Hefte.

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    Lena Papasabbas

    Lena Papasabbas
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    Julia Reuschenbach

    is a political scientist at the Free University of Berlin. She teaches and does research on parties, democracy, elections, and political communication at the Office for the Political Sociology of the Federal Republic of Germany. She studied political science, sociology, as well as recent and current history in Bonn and Berlin. In 2023 the scholarly journal politik&kommunikation awarded her its »Young Thinkers« prize.

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    Petra Schaefer

    Petra Schaefer

    studierte Kunstgeschichte, Germanistik und Christliche Archäologie. Sie ist am Deutschen Studienzentrum in Venedig im Bereich der Kunstförderung – Bildende Kunst, Architektur, Literatur und Komposition – tätig. Neben ihrer kuratorischen Arbeit (etwa im Museo del Settecento Ca'Rezzonico, Universität Ca'Foscari Venedig) ist sie Herausgeberin von Kunstkatalogen und Autorin. Seit 2010 ist sie Korrespondentin der Weltkunst, dem Kunstmagazin der Zeit.

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  • Nina Scheer

    Nina Scheer

    Is a deputy in the German Bundestag, the Lower House of the Federal Parliament. There she is a member of the Committee on Climate Protection and Energy as well as spokesperson on just those issues for the Social Democratic Party’s parliamentary delegation. In addition, she is a member of the SPD’s Committee on Basic Values.

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  • Wolfgang Schroeder

    Wolfgang Schroeder
  • Linda Scott

    [EN] ist emeritierte Professorin für Unternehmertum und Innovation an der Universität Oxford, Gastprofessorin an der Brown-Universität in Providence, wo sie über die Themen Gender und Wirtschaft lehrt, und Beraterin der Weltbank. Zuletzt erschien auf Deutsch: Das weibliche Kapital, in dem sie Muster der wirtschaftlichen Ausgrenzung von Frauen dokumentiert und Vorschläge für die Überwindung der Ungleichheit formuliert.

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  • Lina Seitzl

    Lina Seitzl

    holds a doctorate in political science. Since 2021 she has been an SPD deputy in the German Bundestag where she has been a regular member of the Committees on Education and Research as well as the Environment Committee. She had previously served as a lecturer at the University of St. Gallen.

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  • Ania Skrzypek

    Ania Skrzypek
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