Societal resilience with respect to Climate Change and Ecological Degradation.
Caleb is interested in global social justice movements, rhetoric, ethics, transitional justice, Turkey, nuclear weapons disarmament, indigenous politics, and new approaches to social inquiry.
Dr. Mitchell's research seeks to transform global ethics to respond to emerging ecological and/or technological challenges, including mass extinction, climate change and space colonization.
Diana’s research investigates how ‘undesirable’ migrants resist being governed, how they challenge the limits imposed on their political subjectivity by claiming rights, and how they might do so alongside citizens facing similar oppressions.
Jeremy Vander Hoek’s research interests include the approach colonial socio-political and legal systems take in responding to Indigenous peoples’ rights and claims of injustice; the conflict between refugee rights according to international law and state’s securing of those rights; and the activity of global actors in reinforcing or deterring democratic norms.