Univ.-Ass. Mag. Dr. Isabella Radhuber

Scientific Collaborator in Research Network Latin America
Lead of the project "Solidarity in times of a pandemic" SolPan+ Latin American
Member of the Research Group International Political Ecology
Honorary Fellow of Centre for the Study of Contemporary Solidarity (CeSCoS)

Contact

Neues Institutsgebäude
Universitätsstr. 7/7th floor
Room: B 718
1010 Vienna
T: +43-1-4277-494 86
F: +43-1-4277-949 4
E-Mai: isabella.radhuber@univie.ac.at

Homepages:
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8176-5045
https://univie.academia.edu/IsabellaRadhuber
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Isabella_Radhuber
https://www.univie.ac.at/intpol/en/team/projektmitarbeiterinnen/isabella-radhuber/

Office hour

After agreement

Teaching
Courses: u:find

Short CV

• Since September 2020: Scientific Postdoc Collaborator, Research Network Latin America – Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
• Since May 2020: Initiator and lead of the multinational project "Solidarity in times of a pandemic" SolPan+ Latin America
• 2020: Solidarity Fellow at the Institute of Political Science, University of Vienna (in cooperation with the Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg -FAU- and the Project MaxSynBio)
• Since 2018: Guest Lecturer at the Department of Political Sciences and the Department of Development Studies, University of Vienna and at the IMC (International Management Center) University of Applied Sciences, Krems/ Austria
• 2017- 2018: Senior Postdoc at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
• 2016- 2017: Visiting Research Fellow at the Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
• 2015-2016: Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
• 2015-2018: Marie Curie/ Erwin Schrödinger Postdoc Fellow by the Austrian Science Fund FWF (Project-Number: J-3726)  
• 2015-2015: Postdoc Fellow at Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut (IAI), Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Project desiguALdades.net
• 2013-2018: External Lecturer: A & F University/ Yangling, China; Universidad Mayor San Andrés/ La Paz, Bolivia; University of Vienna, Austria
• 2012-2013: Post Doc at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in the project „Nationalization of Extraction in Bolivia and Ecuador“ (Netherland’s Organisation for Scientific Research, NWO).
• 2012: Doctoral degree; 2008-2012: Doctoral studies in Political Science at the University of Vienna and fellow in the doctoral programme „Demokratie und Kapitalismus“, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.
• 2003-2007: Master studies in Political Science and International Development at the University of Vienna
• 2000-2003: Social Work Studies at the Federal College of Social Work, Vienna X

Research interests

•    Global inequalities
•    Environmental, climate and resource politics
•    Decolonization, postcolonialism and broader questions of societal democratization
•    Regional focus: Latin America
•    Social and political dynamics during the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe and Latin America

Selected publications

Monographs:

  • Radhuber, Isabella M. / Jasser, Marie (2021): Covid-19, naturaleza y colonialidad para pensar el proyecto “Solidaridad en tiempos de una pandemia” SolPan+ América Latina, In: Grupo de Trabajo CLACSO Ecología(s) política(s) desde el Sur/Abya-Yala: Boletín Senti-pensarnos Tierra Año 2 – Número #4 Crisis civilizatoria. Pactos y/o transiciones desde el ecologismo popular. PARTE 2, Junio 2021, p. 43-56. Available at: www.clacso.org
  • Radhuber, Isabella M./ Aparicio Wilhelmo, Marco (2021). Capítulo 6. La justicia climática como justicia cultural y social. Prácticas y derechos de los pueblos indígenas en América Latina. In: Borràs, Susana/Villavivenvio-Calzadilla, Paola (Ed.): JUSTICIA CLIMÁTICA. Visiones constructivas desde el Reconocimiento de la Desigualdad. Editorial Tirant Lo Blanch: Valencia, p. 211-243.
  • Radhuber, Isabella Margerita (2014): Recursos naturales y finanzas públicas. La base material del Estado plurinacional de Bolivia. La Paz: Plural Editores (translation of the book below, reprinted by Abya Yala, Ecuador), 320 p.
  • Radhuber, Isabella Margerita (2013): Der plurinationale Staat in Bolivien. Die Rolle der Ressourcen- und Budgetpolitik. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 320 S.
  • Radhuber, Isabella Margerita (2008): El poder de la tierra. Prefacio de Luis Tapia. La Paz: Plural Editores (translation of the book below), 197 S.
  • Radhuber, Isabella Margerita (2009): „Investigaciones“: Die Macht des Landes. Der aktuelle Agrardiskurs in Bolivien – eine Analyse der sozialen, politischen und wirtschaftlichen Vorstellungen sowie der Machtbeziehungen. Arbeitsgemeinschaft Österreichische Lateinamerikaforschung. Wien: LIT-Verlag, 170 S.
  • Allgäuer, Alicia/ Radhuber, Isabella/ Rosales, Samuel en cooperación con ETESA e INTERSOL (2005): Mujeres cuidadoras de las minas en el Sumaj Orcko. Estudio de sus condiciones de vida. Potosí/ Bolivia: Cimagraf 43 S. In: http://bit.ly/2kxWOPQ

Edited books:

  • Radhuber, Isabella M. (2013): Foro - Derechos Indígenas y Recursos Naturales: Viejos y Nuevos Conflictos Eco-Territoriales. La Paz: Proyecto NEBE, In: http://bit.ly/2z8lGk9
  • Brand, Ulrich/ Radhuber, Isabella/ Schilling Vacaflor, Almut (Hrsg.) (2012): Plurinationale Demokratie in Bolivien. Gesellschaftliche und staatliche Transformation. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 388 S.

Peer-reviewed journal articles and selected book chapters:

  • Radhuber, Isabella M. / Jasser, Marie (2021): Covid-19, naturaleza y colonialidad para pensar el proyecto “Solidaridad en tiempos de una pandemia” SolPan+ América Latina, In: Grupo de Trabajo CLACSO Ecología(s) política(s) desde el Sur/Abya-Yala: Boletín Senti-pensarnos Tierra Año 2 – Número #4 Crisis civilizatoria. Pactos y/o transiciones desde el ecologismo popular. PARTE 2, Junio 2021, p. 43-56. Available at: www.clacso.org
  • Radhuber Isabella / Chávez, Marxa / Andreucci, Diego (2021): “Expansión extractivista, resistencia comunitaria y 'despojo político' en Bolivia”, Journal of Political Ecology 28(1): 205-223. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2458/jpe.2360
  • Radhuber, Isabella (2021): Kapitel 10: Ressourcenkonflikte in globalen Produktionsnetzwerken: Lebenswelten und Gewinnverteilung in den Anden, In: Fischer, Karin/ Reiner, Christian/ Staritz, Cornelia: Globale Warenketten und ungleiche Entwicklung. Arbeit, Kapital, Konsum, Natur. Mandelbaum: Wien, p. 244-261.
  • Radcliffe, Sarah/ Radhuber, Isabella (2020): The Political Geographies of D/decolonization: Variegation and decolonial challenges of /in geography. Political Geography 78, 102-128. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.102128
  • Radhuber, Isabella (2017): Whose Voice Counts? Diversity, Postcolonial Continuities and Participation in Plurinaional Andean States. ERLACS 103: 157-166. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/erlacs.10242
  • Andreucci, Diego/ Radhuber, Isabella M. (2017): Limits to “counter-neoliberal” reform: Mining expansion and the marginalisation of post-extractivist forces in Evo Morales’s Bolivia. Geoforum, 84, 280-291. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.09.002
  • Radhuber, Isabella M. (2015): State Power and Political‐Power Balance in Bolivia: An Analysis through Laws and Finances. Latin American Policy 6.1 (2015): 89-109. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/lamp.12064
  • Radhuber, Isabella (2015): Extractive Processes, Global Production Networks and Inequalities. desiguALdades.net Working Paper Series 89, Berlin: desiguALdades.net International Research Network on Interdependent Inequalities in Latin America, http://www.desigualdades.net/Working_Papers/index.html
  • Arsel, Murat/ Mena, Carlos/ Pellegrini, Lorenzo/ Radhuber, Isabella M. (2014) ‘Evolving Property Structures of Minerals: Reflections on how to Theorize ‘Nationalization’ in Bolivia and Ecuador’, In:  Bavinck, Maarten/ Pellegrini, Lorenzo/ Mostert, Erik (Hrsg.): Conflict and Cooperation over Natural Resources – Conceptual Approaches. CRC Press: Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton/London/NewYork/Leiden, S. 109-129.
  • Radhuber, Isabella M. (2012): Indigenous Struggles for a Plurinational State: An Analysis of Indigenous Rights and Competences in Bolivia, Journal of Latin American Geography, Volume 11, Number 2, S. 167-193. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1353/lag.2012.0035  

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