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Position at FNI: Guest Researcher
Master in Political Science 'Governance and Public Policy',
Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany (2008).
Bachelor in Political Science, Technical University of
Exchange year, Karlstad University,
Research Assistant, Cluster of Excellence 'The Formation of
Normative Orders' at Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt a.M. (2009-13)
and Technical University of Darmstadt (2008-09).
Visiting Researcher BCAS, Dhaka (2010).
Student research assistant, Technical University of
Darmstadt (Corporations as Norm Entrepreneurs?) (2005-08).
Internships with Peace Research Institute Frankfurt,
Deutsche Telekom AG, Amnesty International; Online Volunteer for UNDP;
Editorial staff NETZ Partnership for Development and Justice.
International environmental negotiations (in
particular biodiversity and climate); inter-/ transnational processes of norm
diffusion, norm change and institutional interaction; private business actors
and market-based instruments in global governance.
(Peer-reviewed publications are highlighted with an
* Wallbott, Linda, 'Indigenous Peoples in UN REDD+-Negotiations:
'Importing Power' and Lobbying for Rights Through Discursive Interplay
Management. Ecology & Society (in press).
'Goals, strategies and success of the African Group in the negotiations of the
Nagoya Protocol'. In Oberthür, Sebastian and G. Kristin Rosendal (eds),
Global Governance of Genetic Resources. Access and Benefit Sharing after the
Nagoya Protocol. Routledge, 2014, pp. 114-131.
Franziska Wolff, Justyna Pozarowska, 'The negotiations of the Nagoya Protocol:
Issues, coalitions and process'. In Oberthür, Sebastian and G. Kristin
Rosendal (eds), Global Governance of Genetic Resources. Access and Benefit
Sharing after the Nagoya Protocol. Routledge, 2014, pp. 33-59.
Zimmermann, Lisbeth, Andreas von Staden, Angela Marciniak, Linda Wallbott and
Friedrich Arndt, 'Muss Ordnung sein? Zum Umgang mit Konflikten zwischen
normativen Ordnungen'. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen,
Vol 20, No 1, 2013, pp. 35-60.
* Deitelhoff, Nicole and Linda Wallbott,
soft balancing. Small states and coalition building in the ICC and Climate
negotiations', Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Vol 25, No
3, 2012, pp. 345-366.
* Wallbott, Linda, 'Political in Nature: The
Conflict-fuelling Character of International Climate Policies'. In Scheffran,
J. M. Brzoska, H.G. Brauch, P.M. Link and J. Schilling (eds),
Change, Human Security and Violent Conflict. Challenges for Societal
Stability. Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, vol.
8, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer-Verlag, 2012, pp.223-241.
Wallbott, Linda, 'Calling on Peace. The International ICT Sector and the
Conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo'. In: Deitelhoff, Nicole and Klaus
Dieter Wolf (eds.),
Security Responsibility? Private Governance Contributions to Peace and Security
in Zones of Conflict. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan,
2010, pp. 85-105.
|Important ongoing projects
dynamics of normative orders: Construction and effectiveness of justice demands
in international climate and biodiversity negotiations (PhD thesis, working
The Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) in international
Women in international climate negotiations:
Diplomats and lobbyists inter pares?
Transnational Justice and Democracy
actors as political actors