A (new) Geopolitics of Knowledge?

Innovation, science and education reshaping individuals, society and the economy.

Agenda

Thursday, July 11, 2019

09:30

Arrival, Registration

10:00

Prof. Dr. Monika Stoll, Vice-Rector Research, University of Münster
Welcome Greetings

Marcelo Parreira do Amaral & S. Karin Amos
Opening Remarks

10:30

Panel 1:

Chair
Sigrid Hartong, Helmut Schmidt-University Hamburg

Panelists
Marcelo Parreira do Amaral, University of Münster
Science and Education between economic and pluriversal imaginaries. A (New) Geopolitics of Knowledge?

S. Karin Amos, University of Tübingen
World making: contested concepts and their implications for education and science

Jae Park, The Education University of Hong Kong
The Two Faces of Geopolitics of Knowledge

Discussant
Stephen Carney

12:00

Lunch Break

13:30

Panel 2:

Chair
S. Karin Amos, University of Tübingen

Panelists
Justin Powell, University of Luxembourg
Competition and Collaboration in Higher Education and Science: The Case of Educational Research Governance

Pepka Boyadjieva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
(Un)avoidable clash: Higher education at the altar of its mission or rankings

Eva Hartmann, University of Cambridge
Education diplomacy in the age of Global Britain

Xavier Rambla, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
The European Union Education Discourse. Between 'Innovation Union' and the 'Skills Agenda'

Discussant
Sieglinde Jornitz

15:30

Coffee Break

16:00

Keynote Presentation

Prof. Dr. Sami Moisio, University of Helsinki
In what sense a geopolitical knowledge-based economy?

Chair
Prof. Dr. Marcelo Parreira do Amaral

17:00

End

Friday, July 12, 2019

09:00 

Arrival and Coffee

09:30

Welcome Greetings and Opening Remarks
S. Karin Amos

10:00

Panel 3:

Chair
Denise Klinge, Bundeswehr University Munich

Panelists
Christiane Thompson, University of Frankfurt
The Performativity of Digitization. Universities and Higher Education between Innovation and Marketing

Filip Vostal, The Czech Academy of Sciences
The coming of the venture academic

Euan Auld, The Education University of Hong Kong
Adaptive Futures: AIEd and the automation of the education research imaginary

Mike Zapp, University of Luxembourg & Francisco O. Ramirez, Stanford University
Organizational actorhood and integration in global higher education 

Discussant
Sigrid Hartong, Helmut Schmidt-University Hamburg

12:30

Closing Session
Marcelo Parreira do Amaral & S. Karin Amos

13:00

Lunch and Departure