Eva Erman's CV (194 Kb)

 

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Chief Editor of Ethics & Global Politics

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Research interests

Political philosophy; democratic theory; discourse theory and discourse ethics; metaethics; global democracy and global governance; human rights.


Monographs

Erman, Eva. 2017. The Practical Turn in Political Theory. Edinburgh University Press (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2005. Human Rights and Democracy: Discourse Theory and Global Rights Institutions. London: Routledge.

Erman, Eva. 2003. Action and Institution: Contributions to a discourse theory of human rights. Stockholm Studies in Politics 95, Ph.D. thesis. Stockholm University Press.
 

Edited volumes

Erman, Eva. 2013. Political Equality in Transnational Democracy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (co-edited with Sofia Näsström).

Erman, Eva. 2012. Territories of Citizenship. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (co-edited with Ludvig Beckman).

Erman, Eva. 2010. Legitimacy Beyond the Nation-State? Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (co-edited with Anders Uhlin).

Erman, Eva. 2009. Texter i samtida politisk teori. Malmö: Liber (co-edited).
 

Articles in international peer-reviewed journals

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. ”Political Legitimacy and the Unreliability of Language.” Public Reason (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. “Practice-Dependence and Epistemic Uncertainty.” Journal of Global Ethics (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. “Political Legitimacy for Our World: Where is Political Realism Going?” The Journal of Politics (with Niklas Möller). 

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. “How Practices Do Not Matter.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2017. “What is ‘critical’ about critical theory?” Philosophy & Social Criticism 43, No. 3. 

Erman, Eva. 2016. “Representation, Equality, and Inclusion in Deliberative Systems: Desiderata for a Good Account.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 19, No. 3: 263–282.

Erman, Eva. 2016. “Global Political Legitimacy Beyond Justice and Democracy?” International Theory 8, No. 1: 29-62.

Erman, Eva. 2016. “What Distinguishes the Practice-Dependent Approach to Justice?” Philosophy & Social Criticism 42, No. 1: 3-23 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2016. "Why Democracy Cannot be Grounded in Epistemic Principles." Social Theory & Practice 42, No. 3 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2015. “Why Political Realists Should Not be Afraid of Moral Values.” Journal of Philosophical Research 40: 459-464 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2015. "Practices and Principles: On the Methodological Turn in Political Theory.” Philosophy Compass 10, No. 8: 533-546 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2015. “Political Legitimacy in the Real Normative World: The Priority of Morality and the Autonomy of the Political.” British Journal of Political Science 45, No. 1: 215-233 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2015. “What Not to Expect from the Pragmatic Turn in Political Theory.” European Journal of Political Theory 14, No. 2: 121–140 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2014. “Brandom and Political Philosophy.” The Journal of Political Philosophy 22, No. 4: 486-498 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2014. “The Boundary Problem and the Ideal of Democracy.” Constellations 21, No. 4: 535-546.

Erman, Eva. 2013. ”The Recognitive Practices of Declaring and Constituting Statehood.” International Theory 5, No. 1: 129-150.

Erman, Eva. 2013. “Three Failed Charges Against Ideal Theory.” Social Theory & Practice 39, No. 1: 19-44 (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. 2013. ”In Search for Democratic Agency in Deliberative Governance.” European Journal of International Relations 19, No. 4: 847-868.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”Multiple Citizenship: Normative Ideals and Institutional Challenges.” Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 15, No. 3: 279-302 (with Andreas Follesdal).

Erman, Eva. 2011. ”Human Rights Do Not Make Global Democracy.” Contemporary Political Theory 10, No. 4: 463–481.

Erman, Eva. 2010. ”Freedom as Non-Domination or How to Throw the Agent Out of the Space of Reasons.” Journal of Power 3, No. 1: 33-51.

Erman, Eva. 2010. “Deliberative Global Governance and the Question of Legitimacy: What Can We Learn from the WTO?” Review of International Studies 36, No. 2: 449-470 (with Richard Higgott).

Erman, Eva. 2009. “What is Wrong with Agonistic Pluralism? Reflections on Conflict in Democratic Theory.” Philosophy & Social Criticism 35, No. 9: 1039-1062.

Erman, Eva. 2008. “On Goodhart’s Global Democracy: A Critique.” Ethics & International Affairs 22, No. 4: 1-10.

Erman, Eva. 2007. “Conflict and Universal Moral Theory: From Reasonableness to Reason-Giving.” Political Theory 35, No. 5: 598-623.

Erman, Eva. 2006. “Rethinking Accountability in the Context of Human Rights.” Res Publica: A Journal of Legal and Social Philosophy 12, No. 3: 249-275.

Erman, Eva. 2006. "Reconciling Communicative Action with Recognition." Philosophy & Social Criticism 32, No. 3: 377-400.

 

Book chapters, review essays, book reviews, and other papers

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. “Pragmatism and Epistemic Democracy.” In The Routledge Handbook of Social Epistemology, eds. M. Fricker et al. New York: Routledge (with Niklas Möller).

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. “The Ethical Limits of Global Democracy.” In The Oxford Handbook of International Political Theory, eds. C. Brown and R. Eckersley. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. ”Globala orättvisor.” In Politiska Ideal och Problem: En introduktion till den politiska teorin, 2nd revised edition, eds. U. Mörkenstam and L. Beckman. Malmö: Liber.

Erman, Eva. 2014. ”Ethics in a time of intensified globalization.” Peace Review 26, No. 4.

Erman, Eva. 2014. "Review Essay: Discourse Theory, Intercultural Dialogue and Human Rights." Human Rights Quarterly 36, No. 4.

Erman, Eva. 2014. “Legitimacy in the Global Normative Order: Justificatory Practices in the Space of Reasons." In Politics and Cosmopolitanism in a Global Age, ed. S. Gupta. London: Routledge.

Erman, Eva. 2014. ”The Boundary Problem and the Right to Justification.” In Justice, Democracy and the Right to Justification, ed. D. Owen. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Erman, Eva. 2013. ”Political Equality and Legitimacy in a Global Context.” In Political Equality in Transnational Democracy, eds. E. Erman and S. Näsström. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”Bör vi ha global demokrati?” In Statsvetenskapens frågor, ed. L. Bennich-Björkman. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”’The Right to have Rights' to the Rescue: From Human Rights to Global Democracy.” In Human Rights at the Crossroads, ed. M. Goodale: 72-83. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”Book review: The Crisis of the European Union, by Jürgen Habermas.” European Political Science 11.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”Review Essay: On Forst's the Right to Justification.” Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (May).

Erman, Eva. Forthcoming. ”Globalizing the Rule by the People: A Deliberative Two-Track View.” In Global Democracy: An Intercultural Debate, ed. J. A. Scholte.

Erman, Eva. 2012. ”’Democratic Agents' and 'Agents of Democracy' in Multilayered Governance.” In Territories of Citizenship, eds. L. Beckman and E. Erman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erman, Eva. 2011. “Freedom as non-domination,” In Differenz und Dialog, eds. V. Flocke and H. Schoneville. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.

Erman, Eva. 2011. “The Political Failures of the Dune Societies.” In Dune and Philosophy, ed. J. Nicholas. New York: Open Court Press.

Erman, Eva. 2010. ”Why Adding Democratic Values is Not Enough For Global Democracy.” In Legitimacy Beyond the Nation-State?, eds. E. Erman and A. Uhlin. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erman, Eva. 2010. “Democratic Requirements and Trade-offs in a Transnational Context.” In Legitimacy Beyond the State? Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors, eds. E Erman and A Uhlin. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erman, Eva. 2010. “Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors.” In Legitimacy Beyond the State? Re-examining the Democratic Credentials of Transnational Actors, eds. E Erman and A Uhlin. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Erman, Eva. 2009. ”Globala orättvisor.” In Politiska Ideal och Problem: En introduktion till den politiska teorin, eds. U. Mörkenstam and L. Beckman. Malmö: Liber.

Erman, Eva. 2009. ”Global rättvisa: en introduktion.”, In Texter i samtida politisk teori, eds. L. Beckman et al (Malmö: Liber, 2009)

Erman, Eva. 2004. ”Vad menar Platon med dialog?” Tidskrift för politisk filosofi, No. 2.

Erman, Eva. 2004. ”Deliberation och mänskliga rättigheter", in Deliberativ demokrati, eds. R. Premfors and K. Roth. Lund: Studentlitteratur.

 

Referee assignments

Ethics, American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, The Journal of Political Philosophy, Philosophical Studies, Political Studies, Journal of Philosophical Research, Journal of Politics, American Journal of Political Science, European Journal of Philosophy, European Journal of International Relations, European Journal of Political Theory, Review of International Studies, Ethics & International Affairs, Ethical Theory & Moral Practice, European Journal of Political Research, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, Democratization, Philosophy & Social Criticism, Social Theory & Practice, Constellations, Millennium, Global Governance, Theory & Psychology, Journal of Political Power, Res Publica, Journal of Civil Society, The Nordic Journal of Human Rights, Oxford University Press, Columbia University Press, ECPR Press.

 

Visiting scholarships

2012  Visiting scholar at the School of Social and Political Sciences, at the University of Melbourne, invited by head of school professor Adrian Little, among other things organizing an international workshop on ‘Political realism in international political theory’ together with Terry Macdonald (Feb-March)

2010   Visiting scholar at the LSE Global Governance, at London School of economics, invited by the director professor David Held (Feb-May)

2008   Visiting research fellow at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, at George Mason University, Washington DC, invited by the director of the institute, professor Sara Cobb; with scholarship from STINT (March-June)

2004-2006   Postdoc scholar at Columbia University, New York, advised by professor Thomas Pogge; with a two-year scholarship from the Wenner-Gren Foundations

2002   Doctoral research scholar at the Social and Political Theory Programme, at Australian National University, Canberra (March-June), where professor John Dryzek was my advisor; with funding from The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Wallenberg Jubilee Fund and Theodor Adelswärd’s Memory

2000   Doctoral research scholar at the Center for the Study of Human Rights, at Columbia University, New York, advised by Thomas Pogge; with scholarship from STINT (January-July)