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Dr. Amanda Machin
Dr.

Amanda Machin

Fakultät für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft (Department für Philosophie, Politik und Ökonomik)
Lehrstuhl für International Political Studies

Tel.:
+49 (0)2302 /926586
Bereich:
Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft
Ort:
Alfred-Herrhausen-Straße 50
58448 Witten
Raum:
E.90
Publikationen

Monographs

  • Amanda Machin (2021) Bodies of Democracy: Modes and Moments of Embodied Politics. Bielefeld and London: Transcript Press. [forthcoming]
  • Nico Stehr and Amanda Machin (2019) Society and Climate: Transformations and Challenges. Singapore: World Scientific.
  • Nico Stehr and Amanda Machin (2019) Gesellschaft und Klima: Entwicklungen, Umbrüche, Herausforderungen. Velbrück Wissenschaft.
  • Alexander Ruser and Amanda Machin (2017) Against Political Compromise: Sustaining Democratic Debate. London: Routledge.
  • Amanda Machin (2015) Nations and Democracy: New Theoretical Perspectives. New York: Routledge.
  • Amanda Machin (2013) Negotiating Climate Change: Radical Democracy and the Illusion of Consensus. London: Zed Books.


Edited Collections

  • Marcel Wissenburg and Amanda Machin. eds. (2021) Green Political Theory. Edward Elgar. [forthcoming]
  • Amanda Machin and Nadine Meidert. eds. (2021) Political Identification in Europe: Community in Crisis. London: Emerald Press. [forthcoming]
  • Amanda Machin and Nico Stehr. eds. (2016) Understanding Inequality: Social Costs and Benefits. Wiesbaden: Springer.


Scientific Journal Papers

  • Amanda Machin (2021) “The Agony of Nuclear: Sustaining Democratic Disagreement”. Special Issue on democratic sustainability transformations in Sustainability: Science, Practice, Policy. [formally accepted and forthcoming]
  • Amanda Machin and Alexander Ruser (2020) Corporealising a healthy democracy? Inequality, bodies and participation. Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy. doi.org/10.1080/00344893.2019.1674912
  • Amanda Machin (2020) Democracy, disagreement, disruption: agonism and the environmental state. Environmental Politics. 29 (1): 155-172. doi.org/10.1080/09644016.2019.1684739
  • Amanda Machin (2019) Democracy in the Anthropocene: The Challenges of Knowledge, Time and Identity. Environmental Values. 28 (3): 347-365. doi.org/10.3197/096327119X15519764179836
  • Amanda Machin (2019) Agony and the Anthropos: Democracy and Boundaries in the Anthropocene. Nature + Culture. 14 (1): 1-16.
  • Amanda Machin (2019) Changing the Story? The trajectory of the ecological modernisation discourse in the European Union. Environmental Politics. 28 (2): 208-227.
  • Amanda Machin (2018) Science, Knowledge and Bodies: “We can know more than we can tell”. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science. 55 (4): 84-97.
  • Amanda Machin (2016) Hunger Power: The embodied protest of the political hunger strike. Interface. 8 (1): 157-180.
  • Amanda Machin (2015) Deliberating Bodies: Democracy, Identification and Embodiment. Democratic Theory. 2 (1): 42-62.
  • Amanda Machin (2014) Mouffe, Merleau-Ponty and Others: The View from Somewhere? Parallax.  20 (2): 73-87
  • Amanda Machin and Graham Smith (2014) Means, Ends, Beginnings: Environmental Technocracy, Ecological Deliberation or Embodied Democracy? Ethical Perspectives. 21 (1): 47-72.    
  • Amanda Machin (2012) Decisions, disagreement and responsibility: towards an agonistic green citizenship. Environmental Politics. 21 (6): 847-863.

 

Book Chapters

  • Amanda Machin (2021) Climate Change and Radical Democracy. In: Basil Bornemann, Henrike Knappe and Patrizia Nanz (eds.) The Handbook of Democracy and Sustainability. Routledge. [Forthcoming].
  • Amanda Machin (2020) Green Democracy. In: Marco Giugni and Maria Grasso (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Movements. Routledge. [Forthcoming].
  • Benjamin Abrams, Sebastian Büttner and Amanda Machin (2021) Identity and Brexit: Five Readings of the Referendum. In: Amanda Machin and Nadine Meidert (eds.) Political Identification in Europe: Community in Crisis. London: Emerald Press. [Forthcoming]
  • Amanda Machin and Alexander Ruser (2019) What Counts in the Politics of Climate Change? Science, Scepticism and Emblematic Numbers. In: Markus Prutsch (ed.) Science, Numbers and Politics. pp. 203-225. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Amanda Machin (2019) Nations and Nationalism. In: Yannis Stravrakakis (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Psychoanalytic Political Theory. pp. 285-295. New York: Routledge.
  • Amanda Machin (2018) Green Democracy. In: Noel Castree, Mike Hulme and James Proctor (eds.) In: The Companion to Environmental Studies. pp.184-187. London & New York: Routledge.
  • Amanda Machin (2017) Sustaining Democracy: Science, Politics and Disagreement in the Anthropocene. In: Thomas Pfister (ed.) Nachhaltigkeitswissenschaften und die Suche nach neuen Wissensregimen. pp. 169-186. Munich: Metropolis.


Online

  • Alexander Ruser and Amanda Machin (2020) Rally Around the Flag? The Far Right Response to Covid-19 www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/rally-around-the-flag-the-far-right-response-to-covid-19/
  • Amanda Machin (2019) Palm Oil and Politics. White Horse Press Blog. whitehorsepress.blog/2019/03/22/palm-oil-and-politics-in-the-anthropocene/
  • Amanda Machin and Alexander Ruser (2019) Nationalising the Climate: Is the Far Right Turning Green? Green European Journal. www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/nationalising-the-climate-is-the-european-far-right-turning-green/
  • Amanda Machin and Oliver Wagener (2019) The Nature of Green Populism. Green European Journal. www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/the-nature-of-green-populism/
  • Amanda Machin, Alexander Ruser and Nikolaus von Werburg (2017) The Climate of Post-Truth Populism: Science vs. the People. Public Seminar. publicseminar.org/2017/06/the-climate-of-post-truth-populism/
  • Amanda Machin (2016) Theresa May, Populism and Citizenship Open Democracy. www.opendemocracy.net/uk/amanda-machin/theresa-may-populism-and-citizenship

 

Public Talks

 

 

Forschung

Research Topics

  • Radical Green Democracy
  • Green Democratic Transformation
  • The Discourses of Nuclear Energy
  • The Politics of Pandemics
  • Bodies of Democracy
  • Green Populism
  • Citizenship in the Anthropocene

 

Weitere Informationen

Contributing to PPE Bachelors and Master Programmes, offering courses on politics and sustainability, democracy, climate change politics and discourse theory

Die Universität Witten/Herdecke ist durch das NRW-Wissenschaftsministerium unbefristet staatlich anerkannt und wird – sowohl als Institution wie auch für ihre einzelnen Studiengänge – regelmäßig akkreditiert durch: