Käte Hamburger Kolleg


In the next two years, the hitherto very successful event formats are set to continue, with the thematic focus in 2014 on the role of culture in successful global cooperation, humanitarianism and gifts. In addition to the numerous external publications by the KHK fellows and staff, the Centre has also recently published the first volumes of its two own open-access series, Global Dialogues and Global Cooperation Research Papers.

The Centre has recently concluded a contract with Routledge on a new book series which will start in the near future under the title “Routledge Global Cooperation Studies”. The series, which is edited by Tobias Debiel, Claus Leggewie and Dirk Messner, will include monographs and a number of thematically focused collected volumes on selected issues of global cooperation research. An independent expert commission is then scheduled to evaluate the Centre in 2017 and decide on a possible extension of the BMBF funding for a further six years.