Julia Gurol-Haller

Political Science/International Relations
Year 2022


Member 2023 — 2024

Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Seminar für Wissenschaftliche Politik

Rempartstraße 15 79085 Freiburg

Portrait of Julia Gurol. She has short, dark blonde hair and blue eyes. She is wearing a black blouse.
Photo: Peter Himsel

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    • The board of the German Young Academy declares its solidarity with partners and colleagues from Israel Young Academy

      The board of the German Young Academy declares its solidarity with partners and colleagues from Israel Young Academy. We wish to express our support and our solidarity.


    • Workshop „Wissenschaft in der Debatte“

      On the role of the humanities, social sciences and law in political debates. What are the functions and consequences of their involvement?


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    • Workshop "Internationalisation"

      Within the framework of a one-day ideas workshop, participants would like to critically reflect on current concepts and practices of internationalisation and consider where Die Junge Akademie can set priorities in this important field of science policy.


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    • Salon Sophie Charlotte 2023

      Aufklärung 2.0

      In 2023, the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities will once again open its doors to the public and invite visitors to the Salon Sophie Charlotte - this year under the motto "Enlightenment 2.0. The ten members of Die Junge Akademie who joined in the summer of 2022 will participate in the Salon with their own activity.


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      Berlin-Bradenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Markgrafenstraße 38, 10117 Berlin


    • Unspoken

      Under the title "Ungesagtes" ("Unspoken"), the five articles and one discussion deal with aspects that one would tend to contrast with and deduct from the ideal of objectivity of science as "subjective" parts. On the one hand, it is about what the researching subject brings into the scientific work in often subtle ways: own views, emotions, values, personal beliefs. On the other hand, the influence of everything subjective on human behavior is itself also a topic of research.


      Garvin Brod, Simon Wolfgang Fuchs, Julia Gurol, Sebastian Hellmeier, Viola Priesemann, Mira Sievers

      Berlin 2023

    • Kolonialität des Wissens und Asymmetrien in der globalen Wissensproduktion

      Kolloquium „A/Symmetrie — Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven“

      Der Beitrag von Julia Gurol thematisiert die kolonialen Kontinuitäten, die zu Asymmetrien in den globalen Strukturen der Wissensproduktion führen und diskutiert, in welcher Form Theorie in den Internationalen Beziehungen ihren Referenzrahmen über den sogenannten Globalen Norden hinaus expandieren und somit ihre konzeptuellen Ressourcen angesichts zunehmend globaler Herausforderungen erweitern kann.


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      18:00 — 19:30