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Jannik Schritt

Research Associate

Technische Universität Berlin
School VI: Planning Building Environment
Department of Sociology

Fraunhoferstraße 33-36
Sekretariatszeichen FH 9-1
10587 Berlin
Germany

jannik.schritt@tu-berlin.de

Publications

Books

2018: Petro-Democracy: Oil, Power and Politics in Niger. eDiss: Universität Göttingen, http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1735-0000-002E-E4A7-B. [1]

 

Journal articles 

2020: Janus-faced activists: the social and political embeddedness of civil society in Niger. In: Africa 90 (2): 357-376.

2019: Dis/ordering politics: urban riots and the socio-political configuration of contemporary Niger. In: Journal of Modern African Studies 57 (4): 613–634.

2019: An ethnography of public events: Reformulating the extended case method in contemporary social theory. In: Ethnography 0 (0): 1-21.

2019: Urban Protest in Oil-Age Niger: Towards a Notion of 'Contentious Assemblages'. In: Sociologus, 69 (1), 19-36. 

2019: Die erweiterte Fallmethode in der Protestforschung. In: Forschungsjournal soziale Bewegungen, 32 (1), 58-68.

 2018: (mit Nikolaus Schareika) Crude Moves: oil, power and politics in Niger. In: Africa Spectrum, 53 (2), 65–89.

 2018: (mit Annika Witte) Standardized Capitalism? Negotiating the Oil Industry’s Dis/entanglement in Niger and Uganda. In: Economy and Society, 47 (3), 428-452

2018: Well-Oiled Protest: Adding fuel to political conflicts in Niger. In: African Studies Review. Online first.

2018: Crude Controversies: Disputes along Niger’s petro-infrastructure. In: History and Anthropology, 29 (5), 645-669.

2018: Contesting the oil zone: Local content issues in Niger’s oil industry. In: Energy Research and the Social Sciences, 41, 289-269.

2016: From Nuclear Imperialism to Petro Democracy? Resource assemblages and the emergence of a new political configuration in Niger. In: Canadian Journal of African Studies, 50 (2), 229-254.

2016: The petro-political configuration: Entanglements of Western and Chinese oil zones in Niger. In: Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie 60 (1-2), 40–56.

 

Chapters in books

2018: (mit Andrea Behrends) ‘Western’ and ‘Chinese’ oil zones: Petro-Infrastructures and the emergence of new trans-territorial spaces of order in Niger and Chad. In: Spatial Practices: Territory, Border and Infrastructure in Africa, edited by Marc Böckler, Ulf Engel, and Detlef Müller-Mahn, Brill Academic Publishers: Leiden and Bosten MA. 211-230.

2013: Transnational Governmentality of Energy Security after 9/11. Coup d’état, Terrorism, Militarization, and Oil in Niger. In: Colaguori, Claudio (ed.): Security, Life and Death: Governmentality and Biopower in the Post-9/11 Era. Toronto: De Sitter Publications. 193-244.

 

Further publications 

2016: Crude Talking: The politics of naming, blaming and claiming in oil-age Niger. In: The Ordering Power of Narratives, edited by Eva Riedke. Working Papers of the DFG Priority Programme 1448. Halle & Leipzig.

2016: Crude Politics: Oil talk, new media and political scripts in the production of disorder in Zinder (Niger). Working Papers of the Priority Programme 1448 of the German Research Foundation No 17. Leipzig and Halle.

2015: Doing fieldwork on oil in Niger. In: Engel, Ulf; Gebauer, Claudia; Hüncke, Anna (eds.): Notes from Within and Without – Research Permits between Requirements and “Realities”. Working Papers of the Priority Programme 1448 of the German Research Foundation No 16. Leipzig and Halle. 27-30.

2015: The “Protests against Charlie Hebdo” in Niger: A Background Analysis. In: Africa Spectrum, 50 (1), 49-64.

2014: Erdöl und Macht in Niger. In: WeltTrends (97), 46-52.

 

 

 

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