Section B
B05
Research Area
Human Geography
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Cross-Border Enzymatic Hazards. Practices of Fighting Antimicrobial Resistance

Based on the example of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the project aims at understanding socio-political strategies of dealing with debordered health-related respectively enzymatic hazards under the global condition. Thereby, the main objective is to deconstruct trans-scalar entanglements of related governmental and biopolitical practices. This is taken up by two case studies, focusing (1) on practices of transnational institutionalization and regulation and on (2) discursive mechanisms of tying AMR to certain places in the context of global medical tourism. The empirical fieldwork focuses on the European Union as well as the Republic of India.

Team

Principal Investigator

Prof. Dr. Judith
Miggelbrink

Technische Universität Dresden
Hülsse-Bau, 4. Stock, Südflügel, Zimmer 489
Helmholtzstr. 10
01069 Dresden

Phone: +49 351 463-33011
PhD Candidate

Manuel
Harms

Universität Leipzig
SFB 1199: “Verräumlichungsprozesse unter Globalisierungsbedingungen”
Room 5.04
Strohsackpassage
Nikolaistraße 6–10, 5th Floor
04109 Leipzig