Assoc. Prof. Dr. Inés Valdez Tappatá 

The Ohio State University, Columbus
Dezember 2018 - Juli 2019 Fellow - co-funded by Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung

Projekte am HWK

  • Dezember 2018 - Juli 2019: Kant, Du Bois, and Cosmopolitanism in a New Colour
Inés Valdez Tappatá

Publikationen (9)

Association, Reciprocity, and Emancipation: A Transnational Account of the Politics of Global Justice
Publikation: Bell, D. (ed.), Empire, Race, and Global Justice
Verlag & Ort:Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Umfang & Seiten:120-144
Beyond the Dream and Promise Act: Why Democrats must turn the immigrant labor narrative upside down
Publikation: London School of Economics US Centre Blog April 8
Hemispheric Entanglements and Contemporary Immigration Politics
Publikation: Contemporary Political Theory
Umfang & Seiten:18(4), 624-631
Law, State Violence, and Race: Grounding and Embodying the State of Exception
Publikation: Theory & Event
Umfang & Seiten:22 (4), 902-934
Reconceiving Immigration Politics: Walter Benjamin, Violence, and Labor
Publikation: American Political Science Review
Umfang & Seiten: 114(1), 95-108
Sharon A. Stanley, An Impossible Dream? Racial Integration in the United States
Publikation: Political Theory
Umfang & Seiten: 47(4), 595-597
Socialism and Empire: Labor, Racial Capitalism, and the Global Regulation of Movement
Publikation: Political Theory
Transnational Cosmopolitanism. Kant, Du Bois, and Justice as a Political Craft
Verlag & Ort:New York: Cambridge University Press
Why anti-immigration politics hurt white workers
Publikation: In: Made by History (The Washington Post) August 29