Prof. Dr. André Brodocz

andre.brodocz@uni-erfurt.de

Holder of the professorship for political theory (Politische Theorie) (Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences)

Contact

Lehrgebäude 1 / Raum 0160

+49 361/737-4939

Office hours

Dates are only given during the lecture period after registration (with specification of the reason for the lecture) by e-mail (christiane.pilz@uni-erfurt.de).

Visiting address

Campus
Nordhäuser Str. 63
99089 Erfurt

Mailing address

University of Erfurt
Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences
Politische Theorie
Postfach 90 02 21
99105 Erfurt

Prof. Dr. André Brodocz

Curriculum Vitae

Short biography

Short biography

André Brodocz graduated "with distinction" from the Philipps University of Marburg in 1996 with a diploma in political science, sociology and modern German literature. His diploma thesis on "Structural Coupling through Associations" appeared in abridged form in the journal "Social Systems". In 2001, he received his doctorate from the TU Dresden with "summa cum laude". His dissertation thesis on "The Symbolic Dimension of the Constitution", supervised by Hans Vorländer, was awarded by the Faculty of Philosophy of the TU Dresden as the best dissertation of 2001. There he habilitated in 2007 in the subject "Political Science" with his thesis on "The Power of the Judiciary". Since 2009, André Brodocz has been Professor of Political Theory at the University of Erfurt. From 2011 to 2015 and 2018 to 2021, he was Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences.

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2011 - 2015 and 2018 - 2021 Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Erfurt
  • 2016 - 2018 Member of the University Council of the University of Erfurt
  • 2011 - 2016 Member of the Senate of the University of Erfurt
  • 9/2014 Guest lecturer at the Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik
  • since 2010 associate member of the Center for Constitutional and Democracy Studies
  • 2010- 2011 Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Erfurt
  • 2010 Founder of the "Zeitschrift für Politische Theorie" (together with Prof. Dr. Marcus Llanque and Prof. Dr. Gary Schaal)
  • since 2009 Trusted Lecturer of the Heinrich Böll Foundation
  • since 2009 Professor of Political Theory at the University of Erfurt
  • 2007: Habilitation in political science with a paper on "The Power of the Judiciary" (reviewers: Hans Vorländer, Hubertus Buchstein and Gerhard Göhler)
  • WS 2007/2008 and WS 2008/09 substitution of the Chair of Political Theory and History of Ideas at the TU Dresden
  • 2007 - 2010 Member of the DFG-funded network "Constructivist Conflict Research" (NeKoKo)
  • 2003-2009 Founding board member of the DVPW-theme group "Constitution and Politics" (together with Marcus Llanque)
  • 2003-2011 Member of the Board of the Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" in the DVPW (2008-2011 as speaker)
  • 2003-2008 Speaker of the wiss. Employee and member of the board of the Collaborative Research Center 537 "Institutionality and Historicity
  • 2001 Awarded the graduate prize for the best dissertation 2001 by the Faculty of Philosophy of the TU Dresden
  • 2001-2008 scientific employee in the project "Constitution as Institutional Order of the Political" at the Collaborative Research Center 537 "Institutionality and Historicity" at the TU Dresden
  • 2001: Doctorate (Dr. phil.) with a dissertation on "The Symbolic Dimension of the Constitution. A Contribution to Institutional Theory" at the Faculty of Philosophy of the TU Dresden with "summa cum laude" (supervisor: Hans Vorländer, further reviewers: Karl-Siegbert Rehberg and Rainer Schmalz-Bruns)
  • 1997-2001 employee at the Chair of Political Theory and History of Ideas at the TU Dresden.
  • 1991-1996 Studies of Political Science, Sociology and Modern German Literature at the Philipps-University of Marburg, Diploma "with Distinction
  • born 1969

Research

Research

André Brodocz's research interests lie in the areas of institutional theory, interpretive power, conflict theory, and constitutional justice.

Lectures and conferences

Organization of scientific meetings

  • Symposium "Die Zukunft der politischen Theorie" zum 10jährigen Bestehen der Zeitschrift für Politische Theorie, 25.9.2019, Berlin (together with Marcus Llanque, Gary Schaal and Felix Wassermann).
  • Conference "On Bruno Latour's Understanding of the State and Actor-Network Theory," September 6-7, 2017, Erfurt (together with Hagen Schölzel).
  • Conference "The Problem of Foundation: Aporias of Constitutionalization in Political Theory, Historical Comparison and Political Science Analysis, September 15-16, 2016, Erfurt (together with Andreas Braune).
  • Scientific Festive Colloquium "The Constitution of the Political" on the 60th Birthday of Prof. Dr. Hans Vorländer, September 26, 2014, Dresden (together with Dietrich Herrmann, Rainer Schmidt, Daniel Schulz and Julia Schulze Wessel).
  • Symposium "Challenges for the Constitutional State" of the Thuringian State Chancellery and the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences of the University of Erfurt on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the constitution of the Free State of Thuringia, Thuringian State Chancellery, Oct. 15, 2013 (together with Wito Schwanengel and the Thuringian State Chancellery)
  • Panel "Diffusion of Authority? The Politics of International Administration in Post-Conflict States" at the ISA Annual Convention, San Francisco, 3-6.4.2013 (together with Thorsten Bonacker, Katrin de Boer and Werner Distler).
  • Conference "Struggle for Translation? The Local Politicization of Norms Claiming Global Validity" at the Max-Weber-Kolleg of the University of Erfurt, 25-26.10.2012 (together with Florian Hoffmann, Antje Linkenbach-Fuchs and Andreas Pettenkofer).
  • Symposium "Dimensions of Security Policy", University of Erfurt, 9.6.2011 (together with Manfred Baldus and Alexander Thumfart).
  • Conference "Variations of Power" of the Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" in the DVPW, Erfurt, 23-25.9.2010
  • Session "Constitution and Politics - State of the Art" of the DVPW ad hoc group "Constitution and Politics" in the context of the DVPW Congress "State and Society - Capable of Reform?", Münster, 25-29.9.2006 (together with Marcus Llanque)
  • Workshop "On the Power of Cultural, Political and Legal Institutions" of Projects G, I and K at the SFB 537 "Institutionality and Historicity", Dresden, 24.2.2005
  • Conference "Verfassbarkeit der Freiheit" of the Ad hoc Group "Verfassung und Politik" in the DVPW and the project "Verfassung als institutionelle Ordnung des Politischen" at the SFB 537 "Institutionalität und Geschichtlichkeit", Dresden, 12.11.-13.11.2004 (together with Marcus Llanque)
  • Conference "Europe's New Constitution: Sovereignty - Legitimacy - Identity" at the TU Dresden, 28-29.10.2004 (together with Hans Vorländer and Dietrich Herrmann)
  • Conference "Experience as Argument. On the Relevance of Experience for Political Theory" of the Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" in the DVPW at the TU Dresden, 14.10.-16.10. 2004
  • Conference "Deutungsmacht von Verfassungsgerichten" of the project "Verfassung als institutionelle Ordnung des Politischen" at the SFB 537 "Institutionalität und Geschicht¬lichkeit", Dresden 9.7.-10.7.2004 (together with Hans Vorländer and Dietrich Herrmann)
  • Conference "Gründung und Geltung" of the project "Verfassung als institutionelle Ordnung des Politischen" at the SFB 537 "Institutionalität und Geschicht¬lichkeit", Dresden 27-28.6.2002 (together with Hans Vorländer and Dietrich Herrmann)
  • Conference: "The Irony of Politics" at the Philipps-Universität Marburg, 26.10.-28.10.2001 (together with Thorsten Bonacker and Thomas Noetzel)
  • Workshop "Ideengeschichtliche Wechselwirkungen zwischen dem deutschen und dem französischen konstitutionellen Denken" of the project "Verfassung als institu¬tionelle Ordnung des Politischen" at the SFB 537 "Institutionalität und Geschichtlichkeit", Dresden, 22.3.-24.3.2001 (together with Hans Vorländer and Dietrich Herrmann)
  • Workshop "Strukturelle Kopplung" (Structural Coupling) at the conference "Die Politik der Gesell¬schaft" (The Politics of Society) of the Section Political Theory and History of Ideas in the DVPW, Berlin 29.3. - 31.3.2001
  • Research Colloquium "Internet, Globalization and Democracy" at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Berlin April 4-5, 1998 (together with Gary S. Schaal)

List of lectures

  • Political disenchantment. How crisis narratives stabilize dissatisfaction with democracy. Center for Conflict Research at Philipps University Marburg, May 7, 2018.
  • Dis-integration through democracy. Conference "International Order - Political Economy of (Dis-)Integration" of the Network for Economics of Order and Social Philosophy, Schloss Ettersburg near Weimar, 27-29.4.2017.
  • "Disenfranchised!" How crisis narratives block a normative form change of democracy. Conference "Formwandel der Demokratie" of the DVPW Section Political Theory and History of Ideas, University of Trier, 29-31.03.2017.
  • Tabula rasa as interpretive power politics: symbolic conditions, structures, practices. "Myth and Tabula Rasa - Absolute Beginning and Total Erasure as a Form of Thought," GRK Interpretive Power Symposium, University of Rostock, Jan. 29-31, 2016.
  • Power and Authority. Institute of Political Science, University of Leipzig, 04.11.2015.
  • Multiple politicization - political science perspectives. Workshop:Politicization at the Max-Weber-Kolleg, University of Erfurt, 30.10.2015.
  • Caution Trap! Two warnings to the construction of freedom and security. Panel "Caution Contingency! Freedom and Security in the Sign of the Constructivist Turn" of the thematic group "Constructivist Theories of Politics" at the DVPW Congress in Duisburg, 21-25.09.2015.
  • Power - basic features of a general concept. Institute for Political Science at the HSU Hamburg, 1.06.2015.
  • Power and Authority. Conference "Authority(ies) in Conflict" of the Center for Conflict Research at Phillips University Marburg, 29.-31.10.2014.
  • The Conservative Rhetoric of an Egalitarian Social Democrat: Colin Crouch (commentary on Harald Bluhm: "Rhetoric of Reaction" revisited). Workshop: "Conservatism- Rhetoric and Ideology." Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 19.06.2014.
  • A General Concept of Power. Interdisciplinary conference "Perspektivierungen der Macht" of the Hochschule für Politik, Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung, Munich, 28-29.10.2013.
  • Dare more deliberation? On the future of democracy. Symposium "Challenges for the Constitutional State" of the Thuringian State Chancellery and the Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences of the University of Erfurt on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Constitution of the Free State of Thuringia, Thuringian State Chancellery, 15.10.2013.
  • A General Theory of Judicial Power. 5th CEE Forum for Young Legal, Political and Social Theorists, 3.-4.5.2013, Greifswald.
  • Constitution-making in consolidated democracies and in post-conflict societies. Perspectives on a theory of interpretive power. International Conference "Constitution Making in Consolidated Democracies: New Beginning or Decay of a System?" of the Danube Institute of Andrássy University Budapest on the occasion of the Hungarian Fundamental Law adopted in April 2011, 15-16.4.2013.
  • The inheritance of translation. Conference "Struggle for Translation? The Local Politicization of Norms Claiming Global Validity" at the Max-Weber-Kolleg of the University of Erfurt, 25-26.10.2012.
  • Interpretive Openness and Interpretive Struggles. On the Symbolic Dimension of the Political in the Democratic Constitutional State. International Conference "The Nation's Two Bodies. Aesthetic Figurations of the Political" of the ATTRACT project 'Aesthetic Figurations of the Political' (University of Luxembourg) and the Institut Pierre Werner, 13-16.6.2012.
  • The Case of the Political (inaugural lecture). University of Erfurt, 11/9/2011.
  • Towards a dynamic concept of the political. University of Duisburg-Essen, 11/2/2011.
  • Constitutional Jurisdiction, Democracy and Irony. Conference "Irony in Philosophy and Literature: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives," University of Erfurt, 19-20.11.2010.
  • Restoring legitimate order in post-conflict societies. Conference "10 Jahre Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences", University of Erfurt, 3.11.2010.
  • Weber's concept of power: research program instead of definition (opening lecture). Conference "Variations of Power" of the Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" in the DVPW, Erfurt, 23-25.9.2010.
  • Integration through Critique. On the public discussion of the Lisbon judgment. Conference: "Democracy, Constitutional Jurisdiction and European Integration" of the SFB 804 "Transcendence and Common Sense" at the TU Dresden, 17-18.06.2010.
  • On the role of interpretive power in the transition of political authority in post-conflict societies (together with Prof. Dr. Bonacker). Joint conference of the DVPW sections Political Theory and History of Ideas and International Politics, Frankfurt am Main, June 10-12, 2010.
  • Representation and Power: On the Symbolization of Political Ideas of Order. Conference "Representation Culture in Europe" of the Hugo Preuß Foundation and the Paul Löbe Foundation at the Technical University of Berlin, 6-7 May 2010.
  • The Power of the Judiciary and its Symbolic Preconditions, Laboratorium Aufklärung, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, 19.1.2010.
  • Why do we need a government? Children's University, University of Erfurt, 7.12.2009 (repeated in WS 2010/11 and in WS 2011/12)
  • How can the re-emergence of violence be prevented? About two constructs of violence (commentary). Workshop "Violence in conflicts - and the way back? On the Importance of Conflict Transformation" of the DFG Network "Constructivist Conflict Research", Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Berlin, 29-30.1.2009.
  • Repercussions or: How Constitutional Courts (de-)institutio¬nalize their interpretive power?. Congress "How does law work? Interdisciplinary Legal Research between Legal Reality, Legal Analysis and Legal Design" of the German-speaking Sociology of Law Associations, 4-6.9.2008, Lucerne.
  • Identity, Conflict and Interpretive Power. Workshop "Conflict and Conflict Identities" of the DFG Network "Constructivist Conflict Research", University of Bielefeld, 29.-30.5.2008.
  • Procedure instead of Experience? On the legitimation of political decisions. Conference "Production and Representation of Binding Decisions. Legitimation through Procedures in Pre-Modern and Modern Societies" of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Project "Pre-Modern Procedures" at the University of Münster, 20-22.2.2008.
  • History of Ideas as Laboratory. Montesquieu, the Federalists, and the Growing Power of the Judiciary. Conference "Perspectives on Political Theory and the History of Ideas in Bavaria" of the Bavarian branch of the DVPW, 25-26.1.2008, at the Academy for Political Education in Tutzing.
  • Why do we fight for a construct? On the Problem of Observing Collective Identities as Sources of Political Conflict. Workshop "The Significance of Constructivist Observer Perspectives for Conflict Research" of the DFG Network "Constructivist Conflict Research", Philipps-Universität Marburg, 29.11.-1.12.2007
  • Trust - a Source of Judicial Power? International Conference "Law and Society in the 21st Century" of the Law and Society Association, the German Association for the Sociology of Law, the British Socio-Legal Studies Association and others, Humboldt University Berlin, 25.-28.7.2007
  • Jon Elster and the idea of rational self-binding. Conference "Techniques of Rational Self-Commitment" of the International Center for Research on Culture and Technology, University of Stuttgart, 13-14.4.2007.
  • On the transformation of institutional power. Conference "Begegnungsräume - Encounters of Representations" of the SFB 640 "Repräsentationen sozialer Ordnungen im Wandel", HU Berlin, 11.-12.12.2006.
  • The Intrusion of the Political. On recent developments in systems theory. Session of the DVPW-Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" at the DVPW-Congress "State and Society - Capable of Reform?", Münster, 25.-29.9.2006.
  • Power and Powerlessness of the Third Estate. On the idea of separation of powers. Conference "Separation of Powers and Democracy" of the DVPW-Section "Comparative Political Science" and the DVPW-Working Group "Intercultural Comparison of Democracies", Hagen, 18.5.-20.5.2006
  • What we die for and what we kill for. On the connection between political identity and war. Institute for Political Science, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, 4.5.2006
  • Photography and filming forbidden! On oral hearings of constitutional courts. Conference "Image Regime of Law," Akademie Schloß Solitude, Stuttgart, November 24-26, 2005.
  • Why do we trust the Federal Constitutional Court? Long Night of Science at the TU Dresden, Dresden, 1.7.2005
  • Outline of a Theory of Interpretive Power. Conference "Staatslehre und Neo-Institu¬tionalismus" of the DVPW-Section "Staatslehre und politische Verwaltung", Hamburg, 12-13.4.2005
  • Asserting and Denying. Institutional Mechanisms of Power. Workshop "On the Power of Cultural, Political and Legal Institutions" of Projects G, I and K at SFB 537 "Institutionality and Historicity", Dresden, 24.2.2005.
  • Experience - On the topicality of an old argument. Conference "Experience as Argument. On the Relevance of Experience for Political Theory" of the DVPW-Section "Political Theories and History of Ideas" at the TU Dresden, Dresden 14.-16.10.2004
  • The Interpretive Power of the Federal Constitutional Court in the 1950s. Conference "Interpretive Power of Constitutional Courts" of the project "Constitution as Institu¬tional Order of the Political" at SFB 537 "Institutionality and Historicity", Dresden, 9.7.-10.7.2004
  • The Memory of the Constitutional Court. A cultural studies approach. Otto Suhr Institute for Political Science, FU Berlin, 7.1.2004
  • Why is Karl-Dieter Möller not allowed to report live from the arena of the Federal Constitutional Court? DVPW-Congress "Politics - Science - Public" at the Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz, 22.9.-25.9.2003
  • The Authority of Law, the Autonomy of Politics and the Irony of the Normative. Conference "Heteronomy and Autonomy of the Political" of the Frankfurt Working Group for Political Theory and Philosophy at the Institute for Philosophy of the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt, 18.7.-19.7.2003.
  • Situational self-thematizations at the Federal Constitutional Court. Conference "Rechtsforschung als disziplinübergreifende Herausforderung" at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle a.d. Saale,

Publications

Books

2016

2014

  • The Grounding of Political Order. A foray through Hans Vorländer's fields of research. In: The Constitution of the Political, Festschrift for Hans Vorländer, Springer VS Wiesbaden 2014 (co-edited with D. Herrmann, R. Schmidt, D. Schulz, J. Schulze Wessel). Springer Link.

2013

  • Variations of Power. (Schriftenreihe der Sektion Politische Theorien und Ideengeschichte der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft) Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2013 (together with Stefanie Hammer).

"For political scientists and sociologists, this volume is a useful tool for keeping up to date with the latest research on power." Politische Vierteljahresschrift (4/2013)

2009

"A successful synthesis of political theorizing and empirical research [and] valuable contribution to opening a "black box" of the political process." Politische Vierteljahresschrift (4/2010)

  • Political Theories of the Present II, 3rd ed. Opladen: UTB (ed. together with Gary Schaal).
  • Political theories of the present I. 3rd edition. Opladen: UTB (ed. together with Gary Schaal).

2008

2007

  • Experience as Argument. On the renaissance of a basic concept in the history of ideas. (Schriftenreihe der Sektion Politische Theorien und Ideengeschichte der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft, vol. 11.) Ed. by A. Brodocz. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2007

2006

  • Political theories of the present I. 2nd, updated and expanded edition. Opladen: UTB, 2006 (ed. together with Gary Schaal).
  • Political Theories of the Present II. 2nd updated and expanded edition. Opladen/Farmington Hills: UTB, 2006 (co-edited with Gary Schaal).

2005

"The book appears at the right time." Sezession (12/2006) "Une riche volume." Francia (2/2006) "A rich thesaurus for institutional theory." Historische Zeitschrift (282/2006) "Historically multifaceted." Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft (4/2006) "An important and interesting contribution to the study of the genesis, perpetuation, and loss of power in institutional orders." H-Soz-u-Kult (2005)

2003

"A study that significantly broadens the field of constitutional theory." Politische Vierteljahresschrift (3/2005) "It is quite likely that this work will become a standard work in its field." Die öffentliche Verwaltung (21/2005) "Indeed, there can be no doubt about the importance of the symbolic power of a constitution for the integration of the most diverse social interests into the free democratic basic order of a community." Yearbook Extremism and Democracy (2004)

2002

  • Political Theories of the Present I. Opladen: UTB, 2002 (ed. together with Gary Schaal).
  • Political Theories of the Present II. Opladen: UTB, 2002 (ed. together with Gary Schaal; updated new edition of 2.1).

2001

  • Political Theories of the Present II. Opladen: UTB, 2001 (ed. together with Gary Schaal).

"The two volumes are useful, inexpensive, and recommended." The Historical-Political Book (4/2003)

1999

  • Political theories of the present - An introduction. Opladen: Leske + Budrich, 1999 (ed. together with Gary Schaal).

"Political theory in an overview worth reading." politik unterricht aktuell (1-2/2001) "The contributions are generally of high quality." Journal of Political Science (3/2000) "Excellent as a teaching text." Politische Vierteljahresschrift (4/2000)

Contributions to professional journals and anthologies

2021

  • Can Women Only Be Represented by Women? On the State of Research on the Descriptive and Substantive Representation of Women in Parliaments on the Occasion of the Parity Rulings in Brandenburg and Thuringia. In: Journal of Political Theory 12 (2021), pp. 107-132.

2020

  • No Window to the Court. Commentary on Sebastian Huhnholz's view in the future of political theory in interpretive competition with economics. In: Journal of Political Theory 11 (2020), pp. 101-105.

  • "Uncontrolled Immigration. On a topos in the narrative of the refugee crisis. In Mirko Breitenstein/ Jörg Sonntag (eds.) Disorder: Expressions of an Amorphous Phenomenon in Human History Essays in Honour of Gert Melville. Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2020, pp. 225-241.

2018

  • "Disenchanted Yourselves!" How Crisis Narratives Block a Normative Form Change of Democracy, in Winfried Thaa/ Christian Volk (eds.): Formwandel der Demokratie, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2018, pp. 57-79.

  • Tabula rasa in Poland. On the politics of interpretive power in democratic orders. In Stephanie Wodianka/ Yves Bizeul (eds.): Myth and tabula rasa. Absolute beginning and total erasure as a form of thought. Bielefeld: transcript 2018, pp. 41-58.

2017

  • Special Section "Authority Building in Internationally Administered Territories" in Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 11:4 (2017) (ed. together with Thorsten Bonacker).

  • Introduction: Authority Building in Internationally Administered Territories In: journal of intervention and statebuilding. - London [et al.] : Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group . - Vol. 11, 2017, 4, pp. 395-408(with Thorsten Bonacker).

  • Interpretive struggles before the eyes of the people. On the dynamization of democratic orders through ocular practices In: Dominik Hammer, Marie Kajewski (eds.): Ocular Democracy. The citizen as spectator, transcript Verlag, Bielefeld 2017. edition Politik vol. 48, pp. 87-113.
  • Counterdemocracy in Saxon In: Is Saxony Different? Reflecting on Homeland and Identity, Democracy and Politics, special issue of the journal Sächsische Heimatblätter 1/2017, Sächsische Landeszentrale für politische Bildung, pp. 65-69 (together with Stefanie Hammer).
  • Counterdemocracy in Saxon In: Sächsische Heimatblätter, journal for Saxon history, regional studies, nature and environment, 63rd year issue1/2017, pp. 65-69 (together with Stefanie Hammer).

2016

  • Introduction. In André Brodocz, Gary S. Schaal: political theories of the present II. Opladen: UTB, 4th ed. pp. 13-24 (with Gary S. Schaal).
  • Introduction. In André Brodocz, Gary S. Schaal: Political Theories of the Present I. Opladen: UTB, 4th ed. pp. 13-31 (with Gary S. Schaal).

2015

  • Television, democracy, and constitutional jurisdiction. In Robert Chr. Van Ooyen / Martin H. W. Möllers (eds.): Handbuch Bundesverfassungsgericht im politischen System. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2nd edition, pp. 389-402 (together with Steven Schäller).
  • Major and minor upheavals between structure and event. In A. Braune, M. Dreyer, S. Rau, F. Günther, E. Deperade (Eds.): Umbrüche. Festival volume on the 6th Weimar Redez-vous with History. Bad Berka: Thillm, 1st edition 2015, pp.13-18 (together with Andreas Braune).
  • Constitutional de-paradoxification. on Niklas Luhmann's concept of constitutionIn: Marcus Llanque, Daniel Schulz (eds.): Verfassungsidee und Verfassungspolitik, Oldenburg, De Gruyter: pp.201-207.
  • The dynamization of democratic orders. In: Renate Martinsen (ed.): Ordnungsbildung und Entgrenzung. Demokratie im Wandel, Wiesbaden, Springer VS 2015, pp. 23-43.

Journal for Political Theory

Journal ofPolitical Theory (since 2010; together with Marcus Llanque and Gary Schaal)

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching

André Brodocz teaches in the BA programs "Economics, Law and Social Sciences" and "International Relations. His regular courses include the lecture "Theory of Democracy" as well as seminars on "Power", "Representative Theories of Democracy", "Theories on the Dark Side of Modern Statehood" and "Global Justice". In the framework of the Studium fundamentale (Stufu) he also offers (more or less) regularly with Gerhard Wegner the interdisciplinary seminar "Capitalism and Democracy".

The current course offerings can be found in the course catalogue of the University of Erfurt and on Moodle.

Questions about courses by André Brodocz should be sent to politische.theorie@uni-erfurt.de.