Main research areas
- (International) Political Theory
- Inequality and (Global) Justice
- Normative Theory, especially Non-Ideal Theory
- Globalization and Global Governance
In my PhD project titled "The State as an Agent of Cosmopolitanism" I want to explore the state's potential to be a powerful moral actor for cosmopolitanism. I discuss this in relation to global structural injustices, especially food production and hunger. The thesis is situated within non-ideal theory.
- 08/2014: A Minimal Standard of Justice: The Alleviation of Harm and the Protection of Human Dignity, at the “The Ethics of Poverty Alleviation” conference at the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research at the University of Salzburg, 28.-29.08.2014
- 12/2012: Review of “Oliver Meier, Christopher Daase (eds.), Arms Control in the 21st Century: Between Coercion and Cooperation, Oxon (Routledge) 2013”, in: S+F Sicherheit + Frieden / Security and Peace 2012 (4)
- 09/2012: IFAR2 Fact Sheet on the conference for a nuclear weapons free zone in the Middle East, September 2012 (pdf, 160 kB, new window)
Displaying of publications. Sorted by year, then title.
Commissioned Book Review: S Fleming, Leviathan on a Leash: A Political Theory of State ResponsibilityJuliane Liebsch
(2021) Political Studies Review
Die Konferenz über eine Zone frei von Kernwaffen und sonstigen Massenvernichtungswaffen im Nahen OstenJuliane Liebsch
Oliver Meier, Christopher Daase (eds.), Arms Control in the 21st Century: Between Coercion and Cooperation, London (Routledge), 2013Juliane Liebsch
(2012) S&F Sicherheit und Frieden, 30 p.244-245
Before coming to Lund, Juliane Liebsch has studied Political Science, Philosophy, Economics and Sociology in Erfurt and Bochum, Germany; Grenoble, France and Helsinki, Finland. She holds an MA in “Ethics – Economics, Law & Politics”.
LU Research Groups
- Global Political Thought
- Politics, History and State Making
- Gender Research Group
- Politics and Development Studies
- Agenda 2030 Graduate School Extended Group