Conference Papers

International Conferences & Papers (Selection)

Pachel, M., Wöhl, S., Zeilinger, B. (2016): “Machtasymmetrien in der Europäischen Union. Eine Neo-Gramscianische Perspektive”, Conference Paper, Momentum Congress 2016, 13-16 October 2016, Hallstatt, Austria.

Wöhl, S. (2016): “Gendering Governmentality and European Integration Theory”, paper presented at the “Standing Group on the European Union”-Conference of the ECPR, 16.-19.06.2016 at the University of Trento, Italy.

Wöhl, S. (2016): Comment to the book “Crisis” by Prof. Sylvia Walby (UNESCO-Chair at University of Lancaster) at the author meets critic session at the Third ISA Forum of Sociology, July 10-14, 2016, at the University of Vienna, Austria.

Wöhl, S. (2016): “Gender Regimes Revisited in times of Economic Crisis”, paper presented at the Third ISA Forum of Sociology, July 10-14, 2016, in the panel by Sylvia Walby on “Gender Regimes or Gendered Institutions?” at the University of Vienna, Austria.

Zeilinger, Bernhard (2016): “Paternalistic constitutionalisation of EU’s Trade Politics”. Conference Paper, ÖFSE Conference, 4-6 February 2016, Vienna.

Wöhl, S. (2015): “Constitutionalizing Austerity, disciplining the Household – gendered responses to crisis discourses and practices“, paper presented at the European International Studies Association (EISA), 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Naxos, Sicily, 23rd to 26th September 2015 (together with Ian Bruff).

Wöhl, S. (2015): “The Crisis of Social Reproduction in the European Union – A Gendered international political economy perspective”, paper presented at the European International Studies Association (EISA), 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations in Naxos, Sicily, 23rd to 26th September 2015

Wöhl, S. (2015): “Gendering Governmentality and European Integration Theory”, paper presented at the 4th ECPR conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG) at the University of Upsalla, 11.-13th June 2015.

Wöhl, S. (2015): „Authoritarian Governance and Masculinised Norms of Competitiveness in the Eurozone“, paper accepted for the 50th Warwick Anniversary Conference „New Directions in International Political Economy“ at Warwick University, May 13th to 15th 2015 (together with Ian Bruff)

Wöhl, S. (2015): ”Economic Governance in the European Union: Effects on Social Reproduction“, paper presented at the 3rd „Equal is not Enough“ Conference organized by The Policy Research Centre on Equality Policies (PRCEP), inter-university consortium of the Universities of Antwerp, Hasselt, Brussels, Ghent, and Leuven, February 4th to 6th 2015, Antwerp, Belgium.

Zeilinger, Bernhard (2015): “An Analysis of the paternalistic constitutionalisation of EU’s Trade Policy – Facing the three traps of neoliberal trade Regimes”. Conference Paper, Momentum Congress 2015, 22-25 October 2015, Hallstatt, Austria.

Wöhl, S. (2014): „Neoliberalism in the Eurozone: Constitutionalizing Austerity, disciplining the household“, paper presented at the international conference of the Critical Political Economy Research Network of the International Studies Association,  September 12-13 2014, at the University of Vienna, Austria (together with Dr. Ian Bruff, University of Manchester) and at “Tag der Politikwissenschaft” by the Austrian Political Science Association at University of Vienna, 28. – 29.11.2014.

Wöhl, S. (2013): “Gender in International Political Economy”. Paper presented at the international conference “Political Masculinities: Structures, Discourses and Spaces in Historical Perspective” 15-17 November 2013 at the University of Vienna, Austria.

Wöhl, S. (2013): “The Intersections of Crises: Economic Governance, Social Reproduction and the ‘Crisis’ of Democracy in the European Union”. Paper presented in the panel “The Gendered Nature of the Multiple and Multi-faceted Crisis, Part 1” at the 8th Pan-European Conference on International Relations, September 18. – 21. 2013 at the University of Warsaw, Poland.

Wöhl, S. (2013): “The Crisis of Political Representation in the European Union: Effects for Social Reproduction and Political Participation”. Paper presented in the panel “Dynamics of Crises: Theoretical & Empirical Perspectives on the Current Economic and Financial Crisis and its Effects on Social Reproduction and Political Representation“ chaired by Dr. Alexandra Scheele and Dr. Stefanie Wöhl at the 3rd European Conference on Politics and Gender“ at the University of Barcelona, Spain, 21. – 23.03.2013.

Wöhl, S. (2012): “Crises Narratives in the European Union. The EU Commission’s Responses to the Debt Crisis.” Paper presented in the Panel “States of Emergency. Crisis Narratives as Challenges for Democracies” chaired by Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer (Rutger’s University) & Dr. Peter Feindt (Sheffield University) at the 7th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis: “Understanding the Drama of Democracy. Policy Work, Power and Transformation” at Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 5th – 7th July 2012.

Wöhl, S. (2012): “Economic Governance in the European Union. Old Actors, new Policies?” paper accepted for the Panel: “Post-Democratic policy making and post-national dimensions of order” chaired by Dr. Dieter Plehwe (WZB, Berlin) at the 7th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis: “Understanding the Drama of Democracy. Policy Work, Power and Transformation” at Tilburg University, The Netherlands, 5th -7th July 2012.

Wöhl, S. (2012): “The Crisis of Political Representation in the European Union. Democracy and Resistance in Civil Society”. Paper presented at the Annual Conference on Social Theory & Philosophy organized by Prof. Dr. Hartmut Rosa (Jena University) and Prof. Dr. Rainer Forst (Goethe University Frankfurt/M.), 9th – 13th May 2012 in Prague, Czech Republic.

Wöhl, Stefanie (2008): „The Open Method of Coordination (OMC) and Gender Mainstreaming: Implications for Governing Gender Equality in Germany“ Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ISA’s 49th ANNUAL CONVENTION, BRIDGING MULTIPLE DIVIDES, March 26th 2008 at the Hilton San Francisco, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA Online . 2009-02-03 online: http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p251602_index.html