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mw. dr. A. (Annette) Freyberg- Inan

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Political Economy and Transnational Governance
Fotograaf: onbekend

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    1001 NB Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Annette Freyberg-Inan is a generalist in Political Science and International Relations, with particular expertise on theoretical and methodological terrain. Her research spans International Relations and International Political Economy, European integration and EU enlargement,  transitions in Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey, and political protest. She teaches in the fields of International/World Politics, European Politics, Political Theory, Political Psychology, and Social Science Methodology.

    After obtaining her PhD from the University of Georgia, USA in 1998, she worked until 2003 in Bucharest, Romania as a Visiting Faculty Fellow for the Civic Education Project (CEP) and Consultant for the United Nations Resident Coordinator System. In 2003 she joined the University of Amsterdam. In 2013 she took up a chair in International Relations at the University of Darmstadt, followed by a research fellowship at the University of Edinburgh. Since 2015 she is again teaching and researching at the University of Amsterdam. Since April 2017 she is also dean of its Graduate School of Social Sciences.

    Annette Freyberg-Inan has been vice-president of the International Studies Association, chair of its Theory Section, and held a range of other officerships in the International Studies Association and the Central and Eastern European International Studies Association. She has been an editor of the Romanian Journal of Society and Politics and the Journal of International Relations and Development, is currently co-editing the European Journal of International Relations, and serves on a range of advisory boards.

  • Research

    Religious Minorities in Turkey: Alevi, Armenians, and Syriacs and the Struggle to Desecuritize Religious Freedom, Annette Freyberg-Inan, Mehmet Bardakçi, Christoph Giesel, and Olaf Leisse (Palgrave, 2017)

    This book considers the key issue of Turkey’s treatment of minorities in relation to its complex paths of both European integration and domestic and international reorientation. The expectations of Turkey’s EU and other international counterparts, as well as important domestic demands, have pushed Turkey to broaden the rights of religious and other minorities. More recently a turn towards autocratic government is rolling back some earlier achievements. This book shows how these broader processes affect the lives of three important religious groups in Turkey: the Alevi as a large Muslim community and the Christian communities of Armenians and Syriacs. Drawing on a wealth of original data and extensive fieldwork, the authors compare and explain improvements, set-backs, and lingering concerns for Turkey’s religious minorities and identify important challenges for Turkey’s future democratic development and European path. The book will appeal to students and scholars in the fields of minority politics, contemporary Turkish politics, and religion and politics.

    Evaluating Progress in International Relations: How Do You Know? ed. Annette Freyberg-Inan, Ewan Harrison, and Patrick James (Routledge, 2016)

    This edited volume offers a systematic evaluation of how knowledge is produced by scholarly research into International Relations. The contributors explore three key questions: To what extent is scientific progress and accumulation of knowledge possible? What are the different accounts of how this process takes place? And what are the dominant critiques of these understandings? It is the first publication to survey the full range of perspectives available for evaluating scientific progress as well as dominant critiques of scientism. In its second part, the volume applies this range of perspectives to the research program on the democratic peace. It shows what we gain by accommodating and enabling dialogue among the full range of epistemological approaches. The contributors elaborate and defend the epistemological position of sociable pluralism as one that seeks to build bridges between soft positivism, critical theory, and critical realism. The underlying idea is that if the differences between the various approaches used by different communities of researchers can be understood more clearly, this will facilitate meaningful cross-cutting communication, dialogue, and debate and thereby enable us to address real-world problems more effectively. This timely and original work will be of great interest to advanced-level students and scholars dealing with philosophy of science and methodological questions in International Relations.

    Growing Together, Growing Apart: Turkey and the European Union Today, ed. Annette Freyberg-Inan, Mehmet Bardakci, and Olaf Leisse (Nomos, 2016)

    This volume provides an up-to-date overview of relations between the EU and Turkey. Is Turkish EU membership still a realistic option today? How has this relationship evolved so far, and with what benefits for both sides? What are currently the main challenges to closer relations and cooperation? In a series of recently written contributions experts explain the core themes in EU-Turkish relations today. The resulting overall picture is one of ambivalence: Turkey and the EU have grown together in important ways, and both sides have benefited from this process. However, the process is neither linear nor irreversible, we find increasing tensions in this relationship, and it appears impossible at this time to predict how EU-Turkish relations will evolve even in the near future.

    Human Beings in International Relations, ed. Daniel Jacobi and Annette Freyberg-Inan (Cambridge University Press, 2015)

    Since the 1980s, the discipline of International Relations has seen a series of disputes over its foundations. However, there has been one core concept that, although addressed in various guises, had never been explicitly and systematically engaged with in these debates: the human. This volume is the first to address comprehensively the topic of the human in world politics. It comprises cutting-edge accounts by leading scholars of how the human is (or is not) theorized across the entire range of IR theories, old and new. The authors provide a solid foundation for future debates about how, why, and to which ends the human has been or must (not) be built into our theories, and systematically lay out the implications of such moves for how we come to see world politics and humanity's role within it.

     

    Reviews

    ‘Human Beings in International Relations is a theoretical treasure trove. Jacobi and Freyberg-Inan make us aware of a remarkable variety of theoretical perspectives on ‘thinking the human’. They make those perspectives resonate with or contradict each other, unburying many research paths that must have been there all along, but still await our analysis.’ Stefano Guzzini - Danish Institute for International Studies, Uppsala University and Pontifical Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro

    ‘Talk of 'human nature', once common in international theory and international studies, has been much less prominent in recent decades. But thinking about the category of 'the human' can never be too foreign to any account of social life, and international affairs are no exception. This remarkable volume foregrounds both the extent to which our existing theoretical tools are interwoven with assumptions about human nature, and makes possible a series of considerations reaching beyond those assumptions.’ Patrick Thaddeus Jackson - Associate Dean, School of International Service, American University, Washington DC

    'It is a collection that accomplishes to a large extent what the editors Jacobi and Freyberg-Inan in their introduction promise to deliver: 'a comprehensive, balanced, open-minded, and up-to-date study of the human element, its relation to world politics, and our ways of producing knowledge about them.' Asli Calkivik, International Studies Review

    Rethinking Realism in International Relations: Between Tradition and Innovation, eds. Annette Freyberg-Inan, Ewan Harrison, and Patrick James (Johns Hopkins University Press, September 2009)

    This volume draws on the work of international scholars from diverse perspectives to provide a timely, focused debate on the future of realist theory in international relations. Part I presents novel contributions to realist theory building, including suggested elaborations of Mearsheimer's offensive realist variant, a reconsideration of the role of revisionism in structural realist theory, a bridge to the English School of international relations, and a critique of trends in realist theorizing since the end of the Cold War. In part II, structural and neoclassical realists provide empirical analyses of foreign policy behavior, the role of geopolitics, and the grand strategies of major powers. The chapters in part III assess the viability of theways forward for realism from realist, critical, and feminist perspectives. This tightly integrated intellectual exchange presents a transnational overview of the evolution and potential future of the realist paradigm. The volume editors conclude with an assessment of the current state of realism and suggest ways for the debate to progress.   

    Reviews

    "This volume brings together some of the most interesting theoretical discussions the field has seen on realism in a number of years... the book provides the best overview of contemporary discourse on realism. The authors and editors break new ground and move beyond the old shibboleths. All those interested in the future of realism and whether (and how) it can move forward will want to read this book." -- John A. Vasquez, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign   

    "All those who think that realism is an exhausted topic should take this book as antidote. Unusually balanced and varied, Rethinking Realism in International Relations unites realists and critics alike for pushing realism outside the beaten path." -- Stefano Guzzini, Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen & Uppsala University , Sweden

    The Ghosts in Our Classrooms, or John Dewey Meets Ceausescu: The Promise and the Failures of Civic Education in Romania, with Radu Cristescu (Stuttgart/Hannover: ibidem-Verlag, 2006)

    How can democracy be learned? And how successful are we at teaching and learning it? This book does three things: First, it explains why civic education is important for the growth and survival of (any type of) democracy. Second, it focuses on a particular country, which is in many ways representative for the general problems of post-communist transition to democracy. It carefully examines the practical reality of civic education in Romania both at the level of general schooling and in higher education. Emphasis lies on the ways in which the ideals of civic education clash with post-communist realities and on the obstacles that continue to exist in this transition country to the democratic empowerment of citizens through education. Scarcity of resources, corruption in many forms, and attitudes of deference to authority, among other problems, perpetuate a situation in which education fails to support democratization and instead reflects the failures of regimes of the past. Third, the book offers concrete recommendations for how civic education in Romania (and elsewhere) can be improved. How can education be organized to successfully support the realization of democratic ideals? This book is based on its main author's direct experience working in the field of civic education in Romania between 1999 and 2005 and draws on her wider expertise in the study of Romanian political economy and the country's European integration as well as in the fields of political psychology and democratic theory. It is of particular interest for teachers and social scientists willing to reflect on the implications of their teaching or research for democratic empowerment, forpolicymakers and activists who seek tosupport processes of democratization, as well as for students of post-communist transition countries in general and of Romania in particular. It provides an accessible, informative, and frequently humorous account of lofty ideals clashing with harsh realities on the battlefield of democratic emancipation.

    What Moves Man: The Realist Theory of International Relations and Its Judgment of Human Nature (New York: SUNY Press, 2004)

    A critical look at the image of human nature that underlies the realist theory of international relations
    The realist theory of international relations is based on a particularly gloomy set of assumptions about universal human motives. Believing people to be essentially asocial, selfish, and untrustworthy, realism counsels a politics of distrust and competition in the international arena. What Moves Man subjects realism to a broad and deep critique. Freyberg-Inan argues, first, that realist psychology is incomplete and suffers from a pessimistic bias. Second, she explains how this bias systematically undermines both realist scholarship and efforts to promote internationalcooperation and peace. Third, she argues that realism's bias has a tendency to function as a self-fulfilling prophecy: itnurtures and promotes the very behaviors it assumes predominate human nature. Freyberg-Inan concludes by suggesting how a broader and more complex view of human motivation would deliver more complete explanations of international behavior, reduce the risk of bias, and better promote practical progress in the conduct of international affairs.

    Reviews

    "This is the best treatment of realism I have seen from an interdisciplinary standpoint. It borrows from philosophy, psychology, history, and elsewhere to provide a comprehensive assessment of realism as an interpretation of human nature and international relations." - Patrick James, author of International Relations and Scientific Progress: Structural Realism Reconsidered

    "Freyberg-Inan is able to place the major historical works and the more recent literature in a much broader philosophical and scientific context. I don't know of a better overall critique of realism." - William O. Chittick, author of American Foreign Policy: History, Substance, and Process

    Articles

    “The Education Skills Trap in a Dependent Market Economy: Romania's Case in the 2000s,” with Silvana Tarlea, Communist and Post-Communist Studies 51/1, March 2018, pp. 49-61; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.postcomstud.2018.01.003

    “Wir sind die Universität! Die Proteste auf Europas Campussen im gesellschaftlichen Kontext transnationaler Globalisierungskritik: Fallstudie der Amsterdamer Universitätsproteste von 2015-2016,“ with Christian Scholl, Leviathan: Berliner Zeitschrift für Sozialwissenschaften, special issue 33, “Protest in Bewegung?” (in German), 2017, pp. 117-144

    “Imagining Another Europe: Building a Pan-European Counter-Hegemonic Bloc Around an Anti-Austerity Master Frame,” with Christian Scholl, Comparative European Politics 16/1 (2018), pp. 103-125; doi:10.1057/s41295-016-0070-x (2016)

    “Post-Communist State Measures to Thwart Organized Labor: The Case of Romania,” with Mihai Varga, Economic and Industrial Democracy 36, 2015, pp. 677-699; doi:10.1177/0143831X14548770

    "Hegemony Reloaded - Warum die globalisierungskritische Bewegung nicht von der neoliberalen Krise profitiert,” with Christian Scholl, Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik 7/4, 2014, pp. 465-487

    “European Integration: From Nation-States to Member States, by Bickerton, Chris J.” (book review), Swiss Political Science Review 20/1, March 2014

    “Hegemony’s Dirty Tricks: Explaining Counter-Globalization’s Weakness in Times of Neoliberal Crisis,” with Christian Scholl, Globalizations 10/4, August 2013

    Forum “Hidden Essentialisms: How Human Nature Assumptions Surreptitiously Shape IR Theory,” co-edited with Daniel Jacobi, International Studies Review 14/4, December 2012, pp. 645–665

    “’Gone Fishing’: Modeling Diversity in Work Ethics,” with Rüya Gökhan Koçer; Amsterdam Institute of Labor Studies (AIAS) Working Paper No. 123, published at:  http://www.uva-aias.net/101, October 2012

    "The Threat of Selective Democracy: Popular Dissatisfaction and Exclusionary Strategies of Elites in Central and Eastern Europe,” with Mihai Varga, Southeastern Europe 36/3, 2012 , pp. 349–372

    “Enforcing Consensus? The Hidden Bias in EU Democracy Promotion in Candidate Countries,” with Katrine Haukenes, Democratization; pre-published online June 19th 2012

    "Ungarn seit der Wahl - Demokratie unter Druck“, with Mihai Varga, Berliner Debatte Initial 22/3, 2011, pp. 120-126

    "Ungarn 2010: Die Bedeutung der Wahlergebnisse im Kontext der Demokratieentwicklung”, with Mihai Varga, Berliner Debatte Initial 21/2, 2010, pp. 60-66

    "Equity as the Missing Link: The Values of the European Union," Romanian Journal of European Affairs , Vol. 10, No.1, 2010.

    “Romania” (interview on Romania’s transformation since 1989); interviewer: Tomas Kavaliauskas; in Kulturos barai (The Domains of Culture, member of Eurozine) 3/2010, accessible at http://www.eurozine.com/ (in Lithuanian)

    "Demokratie okay, aber für alle? Demokratieunzufriedenheit und Selektive Demokratie in Mittel- und Osteuropa," with Mihai Varga, Berliner Debatte 4/2009, pp. 104-19.

    "From Prosecution to Persecution: Perceptions of the ICTY in Serbian Domestic Politics," with Marlene Spoerri, Journal of International Relations and Development , Vol. 11, No. 4, November 2008, pp. 350-84.

    "The EU's Impact on Reform in Romania: The Case of the Civil Service," with Leonard Ionita, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies (JSEEBSS) , Vol. 8, No. 3, September 2008, pp. 205-26.

    "Just How Small Is This World Really?: An Application of Network Theory to the Study of Globalization," in Global Networks , Vol. 6, No. 3, July 2006, pp. 221-44.

    "Rational Paranoia and Enlightened Machismo: The Strange Psychological Foundations of Realism," in Journal of International Relations and Development , Vol. 9, No. 2, June 2006, pp. 247-68.

    "Still Looking for the Third Way? How about 'Critical Realist Social Process Micro-mechanics'?" in Concepts & Methods: Newsletter of the IPSA Committee on Concepts & Methods , Vol. 2, Issue 1, Winter 2006, pp. 8-10.

    "Painful Integration or Not So Splendid Isolation? Downsides of European Integration in the Context of Romania's Double Transformation," with Otto Holman, in Romanian Journal of Society and Politics , Vol. 5, Issue 1, May 2005, pp. 93-145.

    "Constructing Opposition in the Age of Globalization: The Potential of ATTAC," with Vicki Birchfield, in Globalizations Journal , Vol. 1, Issue 2, December 2004, pp. 278-304.

    "Romania and the IMF - The Effects of IMF Support on Economic and Social Policy in a Transition Country" (with Valentin Budau, Radu Cristescu, Leonard Ionita, Ionut Sterpan, and Valentin Vasilescu), in Romanian Journal of Society and Politics , Vol. 3, No. 2, 2003, pp. 130-184.

    "'Chiefly for Fear, Next for Honour, and Lastly for Profit': An Analysis of Foreign Policy Motivation in the Peloponnesian War," with William O. Chittick, in Review of International Studies , Vol. 27, No. 1, January 2001, pp. 69-90.

    "John A. Vasquez, The Power of Power Politics: From Classical Realism to Neotraditionalism" (book review), in The European Legacy vol. 6, no. 3, 2001.

    "Probing Logics of Membership: Contributions on Statism and Nationalism in Germany and Beyond" (review essay) in German Politics and Society vol. 18, no. 4, 2000, pp. 113-26.

    "Andrew Moravcsik, The Choice for Europe: Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht" (book review), in German Politics and Society vol. 17, no. 2, Summer 1999, pp. 109-15.

    "Refugees in a World of United Nations: The Notion of Internal Displacement and the Erosion of State Sovereignty," in Political Crossroads , Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2, 1998, pp. 5-24.

    "Ambivalent Bedfellows: German-American Intelligence Relations, 1969-1990," with Loch K. Johnson, in International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence , Vol. 10, No. 2, 1997, pp.165-179.

    Chapters in books

    Forthcoming    “Critical Theories and Peaceful Change,” in Oxford University Press Handbook on Peaceful Change in International Relations, eds. T.V. Paul et al. (Oxford University Press, 2020).

    Forthcoming    "The Broken Promise of Democratization” (working title), in Thirty Years After 1989:Transformations in Values, Memory, and Identity, ed. Tomas Kavaliauskas (Brill, 2020).

    Forthcoming    “How We Got to Realist Utopia” (working title), in The Handbook of Global Politics in the 22nd Century, eds. Laura Horn and Nicholas Kiersey (Rowman and Littlefield, 2020).

    Forthcoming    “We Are the University! Amsterdam Student Protest 2015-18”, with Christian Scholl, in: When Students Protest, eds. Analicia Mejia Mesinas et al. (Rowman and Littlefield, 2019).

    “The Dynamic Relation between Power Politics and Institutionalization: A Neo-Gramscian Intervention”, in: International Institutions and Power Politics: Bridging the Divide, ed. T.V. Paul and Anders Wivel (Georgetown University Press, 2019).

    “Europe May Be Done With Power, But Power Is Not Done With Europe: Europe During American Unipolarity and Relative Decline,” with Paul van Hooft, in: Fear and Uncertainty: Realism and Foreign Policy in Europe, ed. Vincent Della Salla and Roberto Belloni (Palgrave, 2018).

    “Rationality,” in Concepts in World Politics, ed. Felix Berenskötter (London: Sage, 2016).

    “Introduction: Progress, Consensus and Cumulation in IR Scholarship?” with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James, in Evaluating Progress in International Relations, ed. with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James (Routledge, 2016).

    “The Role of Theory for Knowledge Creation in IR: A Sociable Pluralist Discussion”, in Evaluating Progress in International Relations, ed. with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James (Routledge, 2016).

    “Conclusion: Different Standards for Discovery and Confirmation”, with Ewan Harrison, and Patrick James, in Evaluating Progress in International Relations, ed. with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James (Routledge, 2016).

    “Introduction: Europeanization in Question”, in Growing Together, Growing Apart: Turkey and the European Union Today, ed. Annette Freyberg-Inan et al. (Nomos, 2016), pp. 11-31.

    “The Human Element in IR Theory: Introduction,” with Daniel Jacobi, in Human Beings in International Relations, co-edited with Daniel Jacobi (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

    “Towards an International Political (Post-)Anthropology: Conclusion,” with Daniel Jacobi, in Human Beings in International Relations, co-edited with Daniel Jacobi (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

    “Between Fear and Despair: Human Nature in Realism,” in Human Beings in International Relations, co-edited with Daniel Jacobi (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

    "World-Systems Theory: Iraq Overreach - US Overkill," in Jennifer Sterling-Folker (ed.), Making Sense of IR Theory II: Iraq (Lynne Rienner, 2012).

    " Central Europe and the Balkans: So Close and Yet So Far ," with Zlatko šabič, in Central Europe in Regional and Global Politics , ed. Zlatko šabič and Petr Drulák (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave, 2012).

    “Romania” (interview on Romania’s transformation since 1989), in Conversations about East Central Europe after 1989, ed. Tomas Kavaliauskas (Vilnius: Edukologija; in English and Lithuanian, 2012).

    "Introduction: What Way Forward for Contemporary Realism?" with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James, in Rethinking Realism in International Relations: Between Tradition and Innovation , ed. Annette Freyberg-Inan, Ewan Harrison, and Patrick James ( Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009), pp. 1-18.

    "Conclusion: Ways Forward," with Ewan Harrison and Patrick James, in Rethinking Realism in International Relations: Between Tradition and Innovation , ed. Annette Freyberg-Inan, Ewan Harrison, and Patrick James ( Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009), pp. 253-263.

    "ATTAC (Association for the Taxation of Financial Transactions for the Aid of Citizens)," with Vicki Birchfield, in Immanuel Ness (ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).

    "Innenansichten einer Disziplin im Wandel: Politikwissenschaft in Rumanien," in Andreas Umland (ed.), Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlicher Unterricht an Hochschulen in den Postkommunistischen Staaten Europas und Asiens: Erfahrungen, Analysen, Perspektiven , Band III (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang - Europäischer Verlag für die Wissenschaften, 2006).

    "And a World to Win: Is There an Alternative-Globalization Consensus?" in Sai Felicia Krishna-Hensel (ed.), Global Cooperation:Challenges And Opportunities in the Twenty-first Century (London: Ashgate, 2006), pp. 201-20.

    "World System Theory: A Bird's Eye View of the World Capitalist Order" in Jennifer Sterling-Folker (ed.), Making Sense of IR Theory (Boulder, Co: Lynn Rienner, 2005), pp. 225-41.

    "Transition Economies," in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill (eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order (Oxford University Press, 3rd ed. 2005), pp.419-30.

    "Organic Intellectuals and Counter-Hegemonic Politics in the Age of Globalisation: The Case of ATTAC," with Vicki Birchfield, in Catherine Eschle and Bice Maiguashca (eds.), Critical Theories, World Politics and the "Anti-Globalization Movement" (London: Routledge, RIPE series, 2005), pp. 154-73.

    "Country Report Romania" and "International Cooperation: Synthesis Report" in Workshop "The East European Social Sciences: Research Conditions and the Role of Information/ Communication," IZ-Arbeitsbericht Nr. 33 (Informationszentrum Sozialwissenschaften, Gesellschaft Sozialwissenschaftlicher Infrastruktureinrichtungen in Deutschland), March 2004, pp. 11-32 and 38-44.

    "Creating Knowledge: Designing an Empirical Research Project," in Rory Keane and Mark Downes (eds.), Academic Writing: A Concise Guide, A New Approach (Belgrade: Belgrade Open School and Civic Education Project, 2003), pp. 79-122.

    "Which Way to Progress? The Impact of International Organizations in Romania," in Ronald Linden (ed.), Norms and Nannies: The Impact of International Organizations on the Central and East European States (Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002), pp. 129-64.

    "German-American Intelligence Relations, 1969-1990: A Case of Ambivalent Cooperation," with Loch K. Johnson, in Wolfgang Krieger (ed.), Germany and the United States in the Era of the Cold War: The Security Dimension (Frankfurt / Cambridge: DVA Verlag and Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 171-77.

    "The Impact of Basic Motivation on Foreign Policy Opinions Concerning the Useof Force: A Three-Dimensional Framework," with William O. Chittick, in Philip Everts and Pierangelo Isernia (eds.), When the Going Gets Tough: Democracy, Public Opinion and the International Use of Force (London: Routledge, 2000), pp.31-56.

    Conference papers (only full-length papers, available upon request)

    2019    International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto: “How We Got to Realist Utopia”

    2018    International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco: “To Whom Does the University Belong? Dilemmas of the Internationalization of University Education”

    2016    International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta: “Constructing the Future by Remembering the Past: The Cold War in Contemporary Romania”

    2015    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New Orleans: “The Glocalization of Memory: Reconstructing the Cold War in post-1989 Romania” and  “Is Another Europe Still Possible? Pan-European Counter-Austerity Movements and Their Potential for Counter-Hegemony”

    2014    World International Studies Committee Fourth Global International Studies Conference, Frankfurt: “Between Fear and Despair: Human Nature in Realism”

    International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto: “The Role of Theory in Knowledge Production” and “The Paradox of Political Space: Boundaries and Integration in post-1989 Europe"

    2013  Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy; keynote address: “The Enemy Within: Rethinking Challenges to Europe's Liberal Order"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco: “Academia as a Source of Conceptual Diffusion: The Rise of ‘Partnership’ as a Governance Principle”

    ECPR Joint Sessions, Mainz, Germany, Workshop on  Status Claims, Recognition, and Emotions in IR: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges: “’Chiefly for Fear, Next for Honour, and Lastly for Profit’: The Role of Status Concerns in International Politics in the Context of a General Motivational Framework”

    2012  Politicologenetmaal (Annual Political Science Conference for the Netherlands and Flemish Belgium), Amsterdam, Section Political Theory: “Hermetic Philosophy and Its Impact on Intellectual Elitism - A Study in the Frailty of Democratic Norms”

    Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy; lectures on “Hungary and the Crisis of Europe’s New Democracies” and “The Failures of EU Democracy Promotion at Home”

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego: “There Are No Twitter Revolutions - A Political Psychological Investigation into the Relevance of Communication Technology for Political Mobilization”

    2011  Convention of the Central and Eastern European International Studies Association, Istanbul: " Realist Approaches: The Motives of Fear and Despair and the Postures of Defense and Fatalism;" "The Balkans: Regional Relations," with Zlatko Sabic; and "Alterglobalization in Times of the Financial Crisis," with Christian Scholl

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Montreal, Workshop "Man, Agency and Beyond": "Human Nature, Agency and Beyond: Reflecting on the Human Element in World Politics", with Daniel Jacobi, and "Human Nature in Realist Approaches"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Montreal: "Global Governance through Factual Constraint: The Ascension of the IMF in the Financial and Euro-Crisis"

    2010 International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New Orleans: "Iraq beyond Hegemony: A World System Theoretical Interpretation"

    2009 International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New York City: "Ethical Challenges of the European Neighborhood Policy"

    2008 International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco: "Good Fences Make Safe Rulers: An Appeal to Deny the Division of Power from Critique"

    2007 International Studies Association, Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section, Annual Conference, Bucaco, Portugal: "Obsession: Modern Liberalism's War Against Itself"

    International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, and GARNET JERP "The EU and Eastern Europe", International Convention, Wroclaw, Poland: ""Democracy without Democrats? The Challenge of Civic Education in Postcommunist Europe"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Chicago, IL: "The Self-Destruction of IR Scholarship in the Post-Critical Age"  

    2006 International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, International Convention, Tartu, Estonia: "Graduating from the IMF to the EU: How Romanian Policymakers Learn to Master European Economic Governance" 

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA: " What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?: Cardinal Compass Points as Conceptual Mind-traps in Contemporary IR " and "Directions of European Integration: From Horizontal to Vertical Inequality?"

    Workshop "The Future of Realism", International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA: "Overcoming Realist(ic) Pessimism: The Role of Scholars"

    2005  International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: "Prosperity-Equity -Democracy: The Missing Link(s) in Europe"

    2004  SGIR Fifth Pan-European Conference,The Hague, Netherlands: with Otto Holman,"Failing Integration or Not So Splendid Isolation? Transnational Capitalism and the Double Transformation in Romania"

    International Studies Association, Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section ,Annual Conference, Salzburg, Austria: "And a World to Win: Is There an Alternative-Globalization Consensus?"

    Romanian Political Science Association, Annual Conference, Bucharest, Romania: "Transition Economies"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada: with Vicki Birchfield, "Organic Intellectuals and Counter-Hegemonic Politics in the Age of Globalisation: The Case of ATTAC"; with Andrei Ogrezeanu, "Policy Transnationalization in Southeast Europe: The Case of Romania's Progress towards EU Accession"

    2003 GESIS Service Agency Eastern Europe, Department Information Transfer of the Social Science Information Center Bonn/Berlin: Representation of Romania at Workshop "The Conditions of Social Science Research in Central and Eastern Europe;" presentation of a country report on Romania and a composite reporton international social science cooperation in all CEE countries; November14th-15th 2003

    International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, International Convention, Budapest: "Unity in Diversity in Europe: The Need for a European  Identity"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Portland,Oregon: "Bull's Eye in the Semi-Periphery? An Analysis of the Kosovo Conflict from the Perspective of World System Theory"; with Vicki Birchfield, "Constructing Opposition in the Age of Globalization: The Case of ATTAC"; with William O. Chittick, "Foreign Policy Cubed and the Acceptability of Foreign Policy"

    2002  American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Boston: with William O. Chittick, "An Empirical Test of Foreign Policy Cubed"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New Orleans: "Theory versus Knowledge: Where Lies the Future of Realism?"

    2001  Romanian Political Science Association, Annual Conference, Timisoara, Romania: "Gone Fishing: Development, Work Ethics, and the Status of Leisure"

    International Studies Association, Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section, Annual Conference, Heidelberg, Germany: "Just How Small Is This World Really?: An Application of Network Theory to the Study of Globalization"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Chicago: "Of Carrots and Sticks: International Organizations in Romania" and "How Teaching Matters: A View from Romania"

    2000 International Studies Association, AnnualConference, Los Angeles: "Putting Romania on the Map" and "Realist IR Proves the Power of Ideas: Moving Beyond an Institutionalized Paradox"

    1999  International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Washington, DC: "Human Nature in International Relations Theory: An Analysis and Critique of Realist Assumptions About Motivation"

    International Society of Political Psychology, Annual Scientific Meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands: with William O.Chittick, "The Role of Basic Motives in Foreign Policy Decision-making: Types of Actors"

    1998 European Consortium for Political Research Workshop on "Democracy, Public Opinion and the Use of Force in a Changing International Environment," Warwick, UK: with William O. Chittick,"Fear, Pride, and Profit: A Three-Dimensional Framework for Foreign Policy Analysis"

    Georgia Political Science Association, Annual Conference, Savannah, GA: "Apathy on the Agora: Comparative Political Economy and the Death of the Political"

    1996  International Studies Association: Section International Security Studies, Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA: "Mission Impossible, or Divided We Fall: Security Policy in the 21st Century-New Targets and Missions and the Need for International Intelligence Cooperation"

    International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA: "Clear-Eyed or Short-Sighted?:Thucydides, Hobbes, and Realist Assumptions Concerning Motivation"

  • Teaching & PhD Supervision

    I currently teach a PhD seminar on research design (with Brian Burgoon) and a Master Research Project on "Alternatives to Capitalism: Models for a Future Society".

    I (co-)supervise the PhD projects of:

    • Alexandru Voicu on the role of political parties in elite recruitment in Romania, Hungary, and the UK (with Brian Burgoon)
    • Inanc Unaltekin on the experiences of Greek minorities from and in Turkey
    • Dawid Walentek on patterns and effects of international economic sanctions (with Geoffrey Underhill and Sebastian Krapohl)
    • Roberto Barbosa de Andrade Aragao on the evolution and role of economic statistics in Brazil (with primary promoter Daniel Muegge)
  • Publicaties

    2019

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2019). The Dynamic Relations between Power Politics and Institutionalization: A Neo-Gramscian Intervention. In A. Wivel, & T. V. Paul (Eds.), International Institutions and Power Politics: Bridging the Divide (pp. 185-196). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. [details]

    2018

    2017

    • Bardakci, M., Freyberg-Inan, A., Giesel, C., & Leisse, O. (2017). Religious minorities in Turkey: Alevi, Armenians, Assyrians and the struggle to desecuritize religious freedom. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-27026-9 [details]
    • Scholl, C., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2017). Wir sind die Universität! Die Proteste auf Europas Campussen im gesellschaftlichen Kontext transnationaler Globalisierungskritik: Fallstudie der Amsterdamer Universitätsproteste von 2015-2016. Leviathan, 45(33), 117-144. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845288413-116 [details]

    2016

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2016). Introduction: Europeanization in Question. In A. Freyberg-Inan, M. Bardakci, & O. Leiße (Eds.), Growing Together, Growing Apart: Turkey and the European Union Today (pp. 11-32). Frankrfurt: Nomos. [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2016). Rationality. In F. Berenskoetter (Ed.), Concepts in World Politics (pp. 57-72). Los Angeles: Sage. [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2016). The Role of Theory for Knowledge Creation in IR: A Sociable Pluralist Discussion. In A. Freyberg-Inan, E. Harrison, & P. James (Eds.), Evaluating Progress in International Relations: How do you know? (pp. 74-86). London: Routledge. [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A., Harrison, E., & James, P. (2016). Conclusion: Different Standards for Discovery and Confirmation. In A. Freyberg-Inan, E. Harrison, & P. James (Eds.), Evaluating Progress in International Relations.: How do you know? (pp. 173-184). London: Routledge. [details]
    • Harrison, E., Freyberg-Inan, A., & James, P. (2016). Introduction: Progress, Consensus and Cumulation in IR Scholarship? In A. Freyberg-Inan, E. Harrison, & P. James (Eds.), Evaluating Progress in International Relations: How do you know? (pp. 1-14). London: Routledge. [details]

    2015

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2015). Between fear and despair: Human nature in realism. In D. Jacobi, & A. Freyberg-Inan (Eds.), Human beings in international relations (pp. 35-53). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316337042.002 [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A., & Jacobi, D. (2015). Conclusion: toward an International Political (Post-)Anthropology. In D. Jacobi, & A. Freyberg-Inan (Eds.), Human beings in international relations (pp. 305-331). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316337042.016 [details]
    • Jacobi, D., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2015). Introduction: Human being(s) in international relations. In D. Jacobi, & A. Freyberg-Inan (Eds.), Human beings in international relations (pp. 1-32). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316337042.001 [details]
    • Varga, M., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2015). Post-communist state measures to thwart organized labor: the case of Romania. Economic and Industrial Democracy, 36(4), 677-699. https://doi.org/10.1177/0143831X14548770 [details]

    2014

    • Freyberg-Inan, A., & Scholl, C. (2014). Hegemony Reloaded - Warum die globalisierungskritische Bewegung nicht von der neoliberalen Krise profitiert. Zeitschrift für Aussen- und Sicherheitspolitik, 7(4), 465-487. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12399-014-0429-5 [details]

    2013

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2013). World systems theory: status decline and collision course. In J. Sterling-Folker (Ed.), Making sense of international relations theory. - 2nd ed. (pp. 246-261). Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. [details]
    • Haukenes, K., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2013). Enforcing consensus? The hidden bias in EU democracy promotion in Central and Eastern Europe. Democratization, 20(7), 1268-1296. https://doi.org/10.1080/13510347.2012.689977 [details]
    • Scholl, C., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2013). Hegemony’s dirty tricks: explaining counter-globalization’s weakness in times of neoliberal crisis. Globalizations, 10(4), 619-634. https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2013.806749 [details]

    2012

    • Jacobi, D., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2012). The forum: human being(s) in international relations. International Studies Review, 14(4), 645-646, 663-665. https://doi.org/10.1111/misr.12012 [details]
    • Varga, M., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2012). The threat of selective democracy: popular dissatisfaction and exclusionary strategy of elites in East Central and Southeastern Europe. Southeastern Europe, 36(3), 349-372. https://doi.org/10.1163/18763332-03603004 [details]
    • Šabič, Z., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2012). Central Europe and the Balkans: so close and yet so far. In Z. Šabič, & P. Drulak (Eds.), Regional and international relations of central Europe (pp. 261-285). Basingstoke [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137283450.0018 [details]

    2011

    • Freyberg-Inan, A., & Varga, M. (2011). Ungarn seit der Wahl: Demokratie unter Druck. Berliner Debatte Initial, 22(3), 120-126. [details]

    2010

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2010). Equity as the missing link: the values of the European Union. Romanian Journal of European Affairs, 10(1), 5-21. [details]
    • Varga, M., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2010). Ungarn 2010: Die Bedeutung der Wahlergebnisse im Kontext der Demokratieentwicklung. Berliner Debatte Initial, 2010(2), 60-66. [details]

    2009

    • Birchfield, V. L., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2009). ATTAC (Association for the Taxation of Financial Transactions for the Aid of Citizens). In I. Ness (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of revolution and protest: 1500 to the present (pp. 297-301). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A., Harrison, E., & James, P. (2009). Conclusion: ways forward. In A. Freyberg-Inan, E. Harrison, & P. James (Eds.), Rethinking realism in international relations: between tradition and innovation (pp. 253-265). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. [details]
    • Freyberg-Inan, A., Harrison, E., & James, P. (2009). Introduction: what way forward for contemporary realism? In A. Freyberg-Inan, E. Harrison, & P. James (Eds.), Rethinking realism in international relations: between tradition and innovation (pp. 1-18). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. [details]
    • Varga, M., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2009). Demokratie okay, aber für alle? Demokratieunzufriedenheit und selektive Demokratie in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Berliner Debatte Initial, 20(4), 104-119. [details]

    2008

    • Ioniţa, A. L., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2008). Public administration reform in the context of European integration: Continuing problems of the civil service in Romania. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 8(3), 205-226. https://doi.org/10.1080/14683850802338403 [details]
    • Spoerri, M., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2008). From prosecution to persecution: perceptions of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in Serbian domestic politics. Journal of International Relations and Development, 11(4), 350-384. https://doi.org/10.1057/jird.2008.21 [details]

    2006

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). The Ghosts in Our Classrooms, or John Dewey Meets Ceausescu: The Promise and the Failures of Civic Education in Romania. (Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society; No. 25). Stuttgart Hannover: Ibidem Verlag.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). And a World to Win: Is There an Alternative-Globalization Consensus? In S. F. Krishna-Hensle (Ed.), Global Cooperation: Challenges And Opportunities in the Twenty-first Century (pp. 201-220). (Global Interdisciplinary Studies). London: Ashgate.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). Just how small is this world really?: An application of Network Theory to the Study of Globalization. Global Networks, 6(3), 221-244. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1471-0374.2006.00142.x
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). Politikwissenschaft in Rumänien: Eine Fachdisziplin im Wandel. In A. Umland (Ed.), Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlicher Unterricht an Hochschulen in den Postkommunistischen Staaten Europas und Asiens: Erfahrungen, Analysen, Perspektiven, Band III Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). Rational Paranoia and Enlightened Machismo: The Strange Psychological Foundations of Realism, Journal of International Relations and Development, 9(2), 247-268.

    2005

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2005). "Transition Economies". In R. Stubbs, & G. Underhill (Eds.), Political Economy and the Changing Global Order (pp. 419-430). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2005). "World System Theory: A Bird's Eye View of the World Capitalist Order". In J. Sterling-Folker (Ed.), Making Sense of IR Theory Boulder, Co: Lynn Rienner. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Birchfield, V. (2005). "Organic Intellectuals and Counter-Hegemonic Politics in the Age of Globalisation: The Case of ATTAC". In C. Eschle, & B. Maiguashca (Eds.), Critical Theories, World Politics and the 'Anti-Globalization Movement' London: Routledge. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Holman, O. H. (2005). "Painful Integration or Not So Splendid Isolation? Downsides of European Integration in the Context of Romania's Double Transformation". Romanian Journal of Society and Politics, 5(1), 93-145. [details]

    2004

    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Birchfield, V. (2004). Constructing Opposition in the Age of Globalization: The Potential of ATTAC. Globalizations, 2. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Birchfield, V. (2004). Organic Intellectuals and Counter-Hegemonic Politics in the Age of Globalisation: The Case of ATTAC. In Critical Theories, World Politics and the "Anti-Globalization Movement" (RIPE). London: Routledge. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A., Budau, V., Cristescu, R., Ionita, L., Sterpan, I., & Vasilescu, V. (2004). Romania and the IMF - The Effects of IMF Support on Economic and Social Policy in a Transition Country. Romanian Journal of Society and Politics, 3(2), 130-184. [details]

    2003

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2003). What Moves Man: The Realist Theory of International Relations and Its Judgment of Human Nature. (Global Politics). New York: Suny. [details]

    2019

    • van Hooft, P., & Freyberg-Inan, A. (2019). Europe May Be Done with Power, but Power Is Not Done with Europe: Europe During an Era of American Unipolarity and of Relative Decline. In R. Belloni, V. Della Sala, & P. Viotti (Eds.), Fear and Uncertainty in Europe: The Return to Realism? (pp. 53-81). (Global Issues). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-91965-2_4 [details]

    2017

    2016

    • Freyberg-Inan, A., Bardakçi, M., & Leiße, O. (2016). Growing Together, Growing Apart: Turkey and the European Union Today. (Jenaer Beiträge zur Politikwissenschaft; Vol. 17). Baden-Baden: Nomos. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783845274188 [details]

    2015

    2014

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2014). European Integration: From Nation-States to Member States, by Bickerton, Chris J. Swiss Political Science Review.

    2012

    • Freyberg-Inan, A., & Koçer, R. G. (2012). "Gone fishing": modeling diversity in work ethics. (AIAS working paper series; No. 123). Amsterdam: Amsterdam Institute for Advanced labour Studies (AIAS), University of Amsterdam. [details]
    • Kavaliauskas, T., Avramescu, C., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2012). A conversation with Catalin Avramescu and Anette Freyberg Inan: the profiles of post-communist Romania. In T. Kavaliauskas (Ed.), Conversations about East Central Europe after 1989 = Pokalbiai apie rytų vidurio Europą po 1989-ųjų (pp. 65-74). Vilnius: Edukologija. [details]
    • Kavaliauskas, T., Avramescu, C., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2012). Pokalbis su Catalinu Avramescu ir Annette Freyberg Inan: pokomunistines Rumunijos profiliai. In T. Kavaliauskas (Ed.), Conversations about East Central Europe after 1989 = Pokalbiai apie rytų vidurio Europą po 1989-ųjų (pp. 173-181). Vilnius: Edukologija. [details]

    2011

    • Jacobi, D., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2011). Human Nature, Agency and Beyond: Reflecting on the Human Element in World Politics. In International Studies Association Annual Conference Montreal.

    2009

    • Freyberg-Inan, A., Harrison, E., & James, P. (2009). Rethinking realism in international relations: between tradition and innovation. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. [details]

    2006

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2006). Still Looking for the Third Way? How about ‘Critical Realist Social Process Micro-mechanics’? Concepts and Methods. Newsletter of the International Political Science Association, 2(1), 8-10.

    2003

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2003). "Creating Knowledge: Designing an Empirical Research Project". In R. Keane, & M. Downes (Eds.), Academic Writing: A Concise Guide, A New Approach Belgrade: Open School and Civic Education Project. [details]

    2014

    2004

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2004). Country Report Romania. IZ-Arbeitsbericht, (33). [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2004). International Cooperation: Synthesis Report in Workshop The East European Social Sciences: Research Conditions and the Role of Information/ Communication. IZ-Arbeitsbericht, (33). [details]

    2003

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2003). "International Cooperation in the Social Sciences: A Comparison and Overview of CEE Countries". Bonn/Berlin: Social Science Information Center Bonn/Berlin. [details]
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2003). ''The Development of Social Science Research in Romania". Bonn/Berlin: Social Science Information Center Bonn/Berlin. [details]

    2019

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2019). How We Got to Realist Utopia. Paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Conference 2019, .

    2018

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2018). To Whom Does the University Belong? Dilemmas of the Internationalization of University Education. Paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention 2018, .

    2016

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2016). Constructing the Future by Remembering the Past: The Cold War in Contemporary Romania. Paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta, .

    2015

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2015). Is Another Europe Still Possible? Pan-European Counter-Austerity Movements and Their Potential for Counter-Hegemony. Paper presented at International Studies Association, New Orleans, .
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2015). The Glocalization of Memory: Reconstructing the Cold War in post-1989 Romania. Paper presented at International Studies Association, New Orleans, .

    2014

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2014). Between Fear and Despair: Human Nature in Realism. Abstract from Fourth Global International Studies Conference at the World International Studies Committee (Goethe University), .
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2014). The Paradox of Political Space: Boundaries and Integration in post-1989 Europe. Abstract from Annual Conference of the International Studies Association (session TD49), .

    2013

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2013). ’Chiefly for Fear, Next for Honour, and Lastly for Profit’: The Role of Status Concerns in International Politics in the Context of a General Motivational Framework. Paper presented at ECPR Joint Sessions, .
    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Cajvaneanu, D. (2013). Academia as a Source of Conceptual Diffusion: The Rise of ‘Partnership’ as a Governance Principle. Paper presented at International Studies Association, Annual Conference, .

    2012

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2012). "There Are No Twitter Revolutions - A Political Psychological Investigation into the Relevance of Communication Technology for Political Mobilization". Abstract from Annual conference of the International Studies Association, San Diego, .
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2012). Hermetic Philosophy and Its Impact on Intellectual Elitism - A Study in the Frailty of Democratic Norms. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, .

    2011

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2011). Global governance through factual constraint: the ascension of the IMF in the financial and euro-crisis. Paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention 2011, Montreal, Canada.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2011). Human Nature in Realist Approaches. Paper presented at International Studies Association Annual Convention 2011, Montreal, Canada.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2011). Realist Approaches: The Motives of Fear and Despair and the Postures of Defense and Fatalism.
    • Freyberg Inan, A., & Scholl, C. (2011). Alterglobalization in Times of the Financial Crisis.
    • Sabic, Z., & Freyberg Inan, A. (2011). The Balkans: Regional Relations.

    Prijs

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2010). "EU and Turkey: Challenges and Opportunities".
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2010). Basiskwalificatie Onderwijs.

    Lidmaatschap

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2014). Vice-president, International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2013-2015). Vice-chair, Theory Section International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2013-2014). Program Chair, Central and Eastern European International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2013-2015). Program Chair, Theory Section International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2013). Member of Executive Committee, International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2012-2015). Member Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession, International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2012-2015). Editor, Journal of International Relations and Development.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2010-2016). Executive Council member, Central and Eastern European International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2010-2012). Editorial Board member, Dilemmas in World Politics series, Westview Press.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2008-2010). Advisory board member of The Presence of the Past research project, Danish Social Science Research Council.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2008). Editorial Board member, International Relations Studies Series (IRES), Brill Academic Publishers.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2008). Editorial Board member, International Studies Review.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2008-2009). Non-North American Representative, the Governing Council of the International Studies Association.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (2007-2012). Editorial Board member, Globalizations (Taylor and Francis).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2006-2009). Editorial Board member, Millennium: Journal of International Studies.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2004-2009). International Advisory Board member, Journal of International Relations and Development.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (2003-2009). Editorial Board member, Romanian Journal of Society and Politics.

    Mediaoptreden

    • Freyberg Inan, A. (03-10-2012). Understanding the European Union [Web] American Student Radio. Understanding the European Union.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (27-05-2011). Editie NL [Television]. Editie NL.
    • Avramescu, C. & Freyberg Inan, A. (31-07-2010). Apie nacionalumo ribas ir nykstantį prieraišumo jausmą: postkomunistinės Rumunijos profiliai: interview by Tomas Kavaliauskas [Print] Kultūros barai. Apie nacionalumo ribas ir nykstantį prieraišumo jausmą: postkomunistinės Rumunijos profiliai: interview by Tomas Kavaliauskas.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (08-03-2008). "We Will Block You" - documentary film [Television]. "We Will Block You" - documentary film.

    Tijdschriftredactie

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (editor) (2018-2019). European Journal of International Relations (Journal).

    Spreker

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (4-4-2018). To Whom Does the University Belong? Dilemmas of the Internationalization of University Education, International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, United States.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2018). The Enduring Relevance of Realism in International Politics.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (invited speaker) (12-10-2016). Turkey and the European Union: Growing together? Growing apart?, SIB Lecture, University of Leiden, Leiden.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (16-9-2016). external expert and discussant at: “How citizens try to influence politics and why: International comparisons of movement and party politics., (POLPART), Midterm conference, Budapest.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (23-6-2016). discussant on panel “Developments in Securitization Theory”, Convention of the Central and Eastern European International Studies Association, Ljubljana.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (invited speaker) (31-3-2016). Speaker at Debate on Referendum on EU Association Agreement with Ukraine, Spui 25 lecture, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (16-3-2016). paper presented: “Constructing the Future by Remembering the Past: The Cold War in Contemporary Romania”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (16-3-2016). discussant in Junior Scholar Symposium on “Probing IR Theory”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Atlanta.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2016). Debate on Referendum on EU Association Agreement with Ukraine, Spui 25.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2016). “Turkey and the European Union: Growing together? Growing apart?”, SIB Lecture, University of Leiden, Leiden.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2015). The Glocalization of Memory: Reconstructing the Cold War in post-1989 Romania, International Studies Association conference, New Orleans.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2015). Global Governance and Civil Society, Technical University Darmstadt.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2015). Is Another Europe Still Possible? Pan-European Counter-Austerity Movements and Their Potential for Counter-Hegemony, International Studies Assocation Conference, New Orleans.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2015). Human Beings in International Relations: Using (Social) Psychology to Think about World Politics, University of Edinburgh.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (2015). Human Beings in International Relations: How psychological insight can benefit International Relations theorizing, University of Edinburgh.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2015). Global Governance and Civil Society, Lecture Course on Governance, Technical University Darmstadt.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2015). Post-Tenure Mentoring for Women, International Studies Association conference, New Orleans.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (26-3-2014). Paradigmatic Synthesis: Feasible, Desirable, Both or Neither?, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Toronto.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2014). Women's Leadership in ISA: Experience and Advice, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Toronto.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2014). Global Framing Conditions for Environmental Governance, Lecture course Environmental Sciences, Technical University Darmstadt.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (invited speaker) (31-5-2013). The Enemy Within: Rethinking Challenges to Europe's Liberal Order, Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Pisa, Italy.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (invited speaker) (3-4-2013). Professional Development and Conference Roles, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2013). Professional Development and Conference Roles, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2013). The Enemy Within: Rethinking Challenges to Europe's Liberal Order, Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Pisa, Italy.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (2013). Human Nature and the Future of the International System, Luxembourg Institute for European and International Studies Workshop, Luxembourg.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (24-5-2012). The Failures of EU Democracy Promotion at Home, Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy, Pisa.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (24-5-2012). Hungary and the Crisis of Europe’s New Democracies, Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy, Pisa.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (21-2-2012). Change? A lecture on the recent changes in Russia, North Korea and Burma and their geopolitical consequences, Dutch United Nations Student Association, Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (10-11-2011). "Turkey - Fit for Europe? Europe - Fit for Turkey?", Public Panel Debate with International Experts, De Balie, Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (16-9-2011). "Women’s Rights in the EU and Turkey", International Weekend Seminar for Civil Society Organizations, University of Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (1-5-2011). "The Securitization of Foreign Policy in the European Neighborhood", Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) (1-5-2011). "Securitizing Migration to the EU: Law and Order Critical Connections", Jean Monnet Module Debating European Security at Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa, Italy.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker) & Jacobi, D. (invited speaker) (15-3-2011). Workshop "Man, Agency and Beyond", International Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (13-10-2010). keynote speech at the public debate "The Possible Integration of Turkey in the European Union", public debate “The Possible Integration of Turkey in the European Union”, Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (20-2-2010). Iraq beyond Hegemony: A World System Theoretical Interpretation, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New Orleans.
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (speaker) (16-2-2009). Ethical Challenges of the European Neighborhood Policy, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, New York City.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-3-2008). Good Fences Make Safe Rulers: An Appeal to Deny the Division of Power from Critique, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Fransisco.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-6-2007). Obsession: Modern Liberalism's war against itself, Annual Conference, ISA, Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Center, Bucaco, Portugal.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (12-5-2007). Between dark past and bleak future?Corruption, Nostalgia and Hope in Romania Today, Romanian film festival, organized by project Europe XL, Stichting Boerengroep, Wageningen University, Wageningen.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (9-5-2007). An academic view of the G8?, Public debate, organized by the international Socialists and Universitaire Activisten, ''what is the power of the G8?'', Amsterdam.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2007). Democracy without Democrats?The Challenge of Civic Education in Postcommunist Europe, International Convention '''The EU and Eastern Europe'', ISA and GARNET JERP, Wroclaw, Poland.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2007). The Self-Destruction of IR scholarship in the post-Critical Age, ISA Annual Conference, March 2007, Chicago.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (30-9-2006). The Importance of Local Politics in an Age of Globalization, Liste Weissacher Buerger (political party) Anniversary Celebration, Weissach in Tal, Germany.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (invited speaker), James, P. (invited speaker) & Harrison, E. (invited speaker) (21-3-2006). Workshop "The Future of Realism", International Studies Association Annual Conference, San Diego.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-2-2006). Graduating from the IMF to the EU: How Romanian Policymakers Learn to Master European Economic Governance, Paper presented at International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, International Convention, Tartu, Estland.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2006). Overcoming Realist(ic) Pessimism: The Role of Scholars, Workshop 'The Future of Realism', International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2006). What Light Through Yonder Window Breaks?: Cardinal Compass Points as Conceptual Mind-traps in Contemporary IR, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2006). Directions of European Integration: From Horizontal to Vertical Inequality?, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Diego, USA.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-2-2005). "Prosperity - Equity - Democracy: The Missing Link(s) in Europe", International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
    • Holman, O. H. (speaker) & Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (9-9-2004). Failing Integration or Not So Splendid Isolation? Transnational Capitalism and the Double Transformation in Romania., paper presented at the Fifth Pan European International Relations Conference, The Hague.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) & Holman, O. H. (speaker) (1-9-2004). Failing Integration or Not So Splendid Isolation? Transnational Capitalism and the Double Transformation in Romania, Paper for SGIR Fifth Pan-European Conference, Den Haag.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-7-2004). And a World to Win: Is There an Alternative-Globalization Consensus?, Paper for International Studies Association, Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section, Annual Conference, Salzburg.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) & Birchfield, V. (speaker) (1-3-2004). Organic Intellectuals and Counter-Hegemonic Politics in the Age of Globalisation: The Case of ATTAC, Paper for International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Montreal.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2004). Transition Economies, Paper for Romanian Political Science Association, Annual Conference, Bucharest.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) & Ogrezeanu, A. (speaker) (2004). Policy Transnationalization in Southeast Europe: The Case of Romania's Progress towards EU Accession, Paper for International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Montreal.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (1-7-2003). "Academic Culture, Civic Culture and Politics: Perspective of a German Visiting Professor in Romania", Konrad-Adenauer Foundation, Dinner Roundtable Speaker, Bucharest, Romania.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2003). "The Psychology of Conflict and Negotiation", International Student Diplomatic Seminar, AEGEE and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2003). "Tactics of Dealing with a Conflict Situation", International Student Diplomatic Seminar, AEGEE and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) & Birchfield, V. (speaker) (2003). "Constructing Opposition in the Age of Globalization: The Case of ATTAC", International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2003). "Unity in Diversity in Europe: The Need for a European Identity", International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, International Convention, Budapest.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) & Chittick, W. O. (speaker) (2003). "Foreign Policy Cubed and the Acceptability of Foreign Policy", International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (speaker) (2003). "Bull's Eye in the Semi-Periphery? An Analysis of the Kosovo Conflict from the, International Studies Association, Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.

    Andere

    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2019). Once and Future Constructivism: Past, Present, and Prospects of a Research Program. Presenter on roundtable (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2016). Convention of the Central and Eastern European International Studies Association, Ljubljana. Discussant on panel “Developments in Securitization Theory” (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (other) (2016 - 2017). Member, Adhoc Committee on International Studies Association Long-Term Fiscal and Financial Strategy, International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2016). POLPART: How citizens try to influence politics and why: International comparisons of movement and party politics. Discussant (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (other) (2016 - 2017). Member-at-large, International Studies Association Executive Committee, International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2016). Junior Scholar Symposium on “Probing IR Theory”. Discussant at symposium (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (17-2-2015). International Studies Association, New Orleans. Pay It Forward: Women Helping Women (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2015 - 2017). Member of Professional Rights and Responsibilities Committee, International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2015). Pay It Forward: Women Helping Women. Workshop leader, workshop held at International Studies Association Conference (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2015). Philosophy and Inquiry in IR. Panel chair (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (participant) (2015). Post-Tenure Mentoring for Women. Roundtable participant (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2015). Program Chair, Theory Section International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2015). Research fellow, University of Edinburgh School for Social and Political Research and Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (12-6-2014 - 14-6-2014). Central and Eastern European International Studies Association Annual Conference (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (26-3-2014 - 29-3-2014). Annual Convention of the International Studies Association , Co-coordinator Workshop 'Philosophy and Inquiry in International Relations', Toronto. The Role of Theory in Knowledge Production (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2014). Visiting lecturer, University of Ljubljana (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2014 - 2017). Editorial Board member, Oxford Bibliographies International Relations (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (2014). International Studies Association Conference, Toronto. Philosophy and Inquiry in International Relations (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2014). Jury member for evaluation of interdisciplinary student projects, Technical University Darmstadt (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2014). Program Chair, Theory Section International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2013 - 2014). Vice-president, International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (10-11-2011). Public Panel Debate with International Experts: "Turkey - Fit for Europe? Europe - Fit for Turkey?", Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (16-9-2011 - 17-9-2011). International Weekend Seminar for Civil Society Organizations: "Women’s Rights in the EU and Turkey", Amsterdam (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (organiser) (2011). International Studies Association Workshop "Man, Agency and Beyond", Montreal (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (participant) (1-3-2008). International Studies Association, Annual Conference, San Francisco. organizer of panel "Contemporary Realism: Structural, Classical, Feminist and Critical Perspectives" (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2008 - 2009). International Relations Studies Series, University of Southern California (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2008 - 2010). Researcher, Knowledge Programme ‘Civil Society in Closed Societies’ (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2008 - 2009). Non-North American Representative, the Governing Council of the International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg-Inan, A. (other) (2008 - 2009). Non North-American representative on the Governing Council of the International Studies Association, International Studies Association (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (other) (2008). Advisory board member, The Presence of the Past: Theorizing the Interplay of Past and Present Geopolitics in Contemporary Foreign Policy (other).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (participant) (2006). Organisation of Workshop, San Diego, CA. International Studies Association Workshop Grant ($5,000): 'The Future of Realism' (co-organizer) (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (participant) (2003). International Studies Association/Central and Eastern European Section of the International Studies Association, International Convention, Budapest. chair of panel "Studying the Contemporary European Union" (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Freyberg Inan, A. (participant) (2003). Debate Trainer (Karl Popper Debate Format) and Co-OrganizerCivic Education Project, 8th Annual Balkan Debate Forum, Budva, Montenegro (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).

    2006

    • Pishchikova, K. (2006). Lost in translation: USAID assistance to democracy building in post-communist Ukraine. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press. [details]
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