Karin Stoegner is Professor of Sociology at the University of Passau, Germany. She received both her PhD and her Habilitation from the University of Vienna. Previously she did research and teaching at various universities, e.g. Goethe University Frankfurt, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, University of Vienna, Lancaster University, Georgetown University and Central European University. Her research focuses on Critical Theory and feminist theory, on antisemitism, racism, nationalism, and sexism as well as on National Socialism and the post-national-socialist societies. She currently co-ordinates the Research Network on Racism and Antisemitism in the European Sociological Association.
Our Voice of the Fortnight is Deputy Editor Samuel Nurding speaking with Anders Persson, senior lecturer at Linnaeus University and author of the new book, ‘EU Diplomacy and the Israeli-Arab Conflict, 1967-2019‘ (Edinburgh University press, 2020). The two discuss the EU’s role in the conflict over the last 50 years, the impact of the UAE and Bahrain peace deals on EU policy toward the conflict, and how the EU has contributed to the development of Israel.