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Chair of International Relations


Lisbeth Zimmermann

  • 2018. Unlocking the Agency of the Governed: Contestation of Norms, in: Third World Thematics, Online First, doi: 10.1080/23802014.2017.1396912 (co-authored with Nicole Deitelhoff and Max Lesch).
  • 2017. International Habermas? Contestation and Understanding in ‘A Theory of Contestation’, in: Polity 49:1, 149-155.
  • 2016. Between Banyans and Battle Scenes: Liberal Norms, Contestation and the Limits of Critique, in: Review of International Studies 24:3, 513-534 (co-authored with Jonas Wolff).

Peace and conflict research

  • 2017. Prinzip Pragmatismus. Das Comeback der hybriden Gerichte, HSFK-Report, 06/2017, Frankfurt/M.,
  • 2017. Global Norms with a Local Face? Rule-of-Law Promotion and Norm Translation, Cambridge Studies in International Relations, Cambridge University Press.
  • 2017. More for Less? The Interactive Translation of Global Norms in Post-conflict Guatemala, in: International Studies Quarterly, 61:4, 774-785.
  • 2017. Beyond Diffusion: Cyclical Translation of International Rule-of-law Commission Models in Guatemala, in: Journal of International Relations and Development, Online First, doi: 10.1057/s41268-017-0096-y.
  • 2016: Same Same or Different? Norm Diffusion between Resistance, Compliance and Localization in Post-Conflict States, in: International Studies Perspective 17:1, 98-115.


Kortendiek, Nele
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1412
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Zimmermann, Lisbeth Prof Dr
Phone:+49 7541 6009-1411
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