The Samuel Pufendorf Endowed Chair.
About the Pufendorf Chair
Samuel Pufendorf (1632-1694) was a German legal scholar and theologian who was directly appointed to a professorship when Lund University was founded in 1666. He was a pioneer of modern humanism and international law. In 2002, a donation to establish a Pufendorf chair was made jointly by Torsten Söderberg and Ragnar Söderberg Foundations. The chair holder should work in the spirit of Samuel Pufendorf and promote the establishment of a global peaceful order. The Pufendorf chair is held by a professor at Lund University in the areas of economics, politics or law for a time period of four years.
- Karin Aggestam (2016-2020)
- Gregor Noll (2012–2016)
- Håkan Hydén (2008–2011)
- Kjell Åke Modéer (2005–2007)
- Aleksander Peczenik (2003–2004)
Research project: Peace and Diplomacy of Justice
- Karin Aggestam and Jacqui True, 2020 (forthcoming), Political Leadership and Gendered Multilevel Games in Foreign Policy. International Affairs.
- Karin Aggestam and Jacqui True, 2020, Gendering Foreign Policy: A Comparative Framework for Analysis Foreign Policy Analysis. Vol 16, No. 2 [Open Access]
- Karin Aggestam and Jacqui True, guest editors, 2020, Special Issue: Gender and Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy Analysis. Vol 16, No. 2.
- Karin Aggestam and with Annika Bergman Rosamond, 2019, Feminist Foreign Policy 3.0. Advancing Ethics and Gender Equality in Global Politics . SAIS Review of International Affairs. Vol 39, No.1: 37-48.
- Karin Aggestam & Ann Towns, 2019, The Gender Turn in Diplomacy: A New Research Agenda, International Feminist Journal of Politics [Open Access], Vol 21, No. 1: 9-28.
- Karin Aggestam and Lisa Strömbom, 2019, Peacebuilding in the Middle East, Routledge Handbook on Middle East Security, edited by Anders Jägerskog, Michael Schulz, Ashok Swain
- Karin Aggestam, 2019, WPS, peace agreements and negotiations, Oxford University Press Handbook on Women, Peace, Security, edited by Sara Davies and Jacqui True.
- Karin Aggestam, Annika Bergman Rosamond, Annica Kronsell, 2019, Theorising Feminist Foreign Policy, Journal of International Relations [Open Access]
- Karin Aggestam and Annika Bergman Rosamond, 2019, Re-politicising the Gender-Security Nexus. Sweden's Feminist Foreign Policy. European Review of International Studies [Open Access]. Special Issue: "The Politicisation of Security". Volume 5, Issue 3: 30-48.
- International Panel on Social Progress, 2018, Violence, wars, peace, security Rethinking Society for the 21st Century. Report of the International Panel on Social Progress, 3 Volume Paperback Set. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Karin Aggestam & Ann Towns, eds., 2018, Gendering Diplomacy and International Negotiation Basingstoke: Palgrave
- Karin Aggestam, 2018, Depoliticisation, water and environmental peacebuilding, Routledge Handbook of Environmental Conflict and Peacebuilding, edited by Ashok Swain and Joakim Öjendahl.
- Karin Aggestam and Isak Svensson, 2018, Where are the women in peace mediation? in Gendering diplomacy and international negotiation, Karin Aggestam & Ann Towns. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Karin Aggestam & Kristine Höglund, eds., 2017, Om Krig och fred. En introduktion till freds- och konflikstudier. Lund: Studentlitteratur (2 upplagan)
- Karin Aggestam and Ann Towns, 2017, Diplomacy - a gendered institution, Diplomacy in a Globalising World, Pauline Kerr and George Wiseman, eds., Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Karin Aggestam and Tim Dunne, 2016, The failure of diplomacy and protection in Syria. Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, Cases, Steve Smith, Amelia Hadfield, Tim Dunne (eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Karin Aggestam, 2016, Diplomatic mediation. The SAGE Handbook of Diplomacy, Costas Constantinou, Pauline Kerr, Paul Sharp, eds.
- Karin Aggestam, 2016, Genus, medling och fredsdiplomati, i Jenny Björkman, red. RJ:s årsbok 2016. Stockholm: Makadam förlag.
- Karin Aggestam and Annika Bergman Rosamond, 2016, Swedish feminist foreign policy in the making: Ethics, politics and gender. Ethics and International Affairs, Vol. 30, Issue 3, Fall. [Editors' pick for the 30th Anniversary Issue Selection]
- Tolv minuter med FN:s säkerhetsråd, Lunds universitet, 2018.
- FN:s säkerhetsråd håller möte i Backåkra på Österlen, Studio Ett, Sveriges Radio, 2018.
- Lundaprofessor hoppas på tyst diplomati i Backåkra, SVT nyheter, 2018.
- Research-Policy Dialogue on WPS, United Nations, New York, 2020.
- "Hallå där Karin Aggestam, ny Pufendorfprofessor," Lund University Magazine, 2016.
- Peace and justice always on the agenda for the new Pufendorf professor, Lund University, 2016
- Karin Aggestam, Interview as lead author in the International Panel on Social Progress, 2016.
- EIA interview with Karin Aggestam on Sweden's Feminist Foreign Policy, Ethics and International Affairs, Carnegie Council, 2016.
- Göteborgs bokmässa, bokpresentation: Gendering Diplomacy and International Negotiation. 2019 om hållbar fred, 2016,
- "Fredsdiplomati gav professorspost, Sydsvenska Dagbladet, 2016.
- Gender in Foreign Policy. Peace Research Institute in Oslo, 2016.
- Symposium: Towards a peaceful global order and gender justice in diplomacy (keynote address by Foreign Minister Margot Wallström), Lund University, Youtube, March 2017
- Rättvisediplomati i Pufendorfs anda, Torsten Söderbergs Stiftelse, Professorsinstallation, 2017.
- Public panel, Rethinking peace mediation, United Nations, New York, 2018.
- Where are the women? The inclusion f women in the Syrian Peace process and beyond, The Danish Foreign Ministry, Copenhagen, 2018.
- Keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Nordic Women Mediation Networks, The Danish Foreign Ministry, Copenhagen, 2018.
- Podcast interview on Women in Diplomacy, Mojo News, Australia, 2018.
- Women in diplomacy, Utrikespolitiska föreningen, Uppsala universitet, 2018.
- Almedalen, 2018, 2016.
- International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) Rethinking Society for the 21st Century
- GPS Centre, School of Social Sciences, Monash University, Australia
- School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland, Australia
- Dept of Peace and Conflict, Uppsala University
- Dept of Political Science, Gothenburg University, Sweden