Dr. Constanze Weiske


  • Politische Geographie (Political Geography)
  • Sozialgeographie (Social Geography)
  • Geographien der Gerechtigkeit (Geographies of Justice)
  • Historische Geographie und Globalgeschichte (Historical Geography and Global History)
  • Globale Verräumlichungsprozesse (Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition)
  • Raumtheorien und -konzepte (Theories and Concepts of Space)
  • Qualitative Forschungsmethoden (Qualitative Research Methods)


Weiske, C. (2021): Lawful Conquest? European Colonial Law and Appropriation Practices in Northeastern South America, Trinidad and Tobago, 1498—1817. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021 (=Global Dialectics Series 12): www.degruyter.com/document/isbn/9783110690149/html

Weiske, C. (2020): ”Conquista and Booty. The Political Economy of the Conquest of New Spain”,
Rezension, Comparativ 30 (2020) 1—2, pp. 171—172.

Weiske, C. (2009): “Climate Change and Justice: On the Road to Copenhagen“, www.boell.de/sites/default/files/BoellThema_english_2-09.pdf


Weiske, C. (2018): “Lawful Conquest?”, 11th Forum on Legal Theory “Law, Facts and Critique”, Melbourne Law School, 3—5 December 2018, Melbourne, Australia.

Weiske, C. (2014): “Comparing the Concepts of Indigenous Peoples´ Traditional Territory vs. Historical Territories in International Law”, Herrenhausen Conference “Re-thinking Social Inequality”, Volkswagen Foundation, 12—14 May 2014, Hanover.

Weiske, C. (2014): “Interdependencies between Ethnic Inequality and Climate Change – The Case of Guyana”, De-growth Conference for Ecological Sustainability and Social Justice, 2014, Leipzig.

Weiske, C. (2014): “Indigenous Peoples´ Sovereignty, Territory and Land in South America and the Caribbean – A Reassessment”, 30th Annual Conference of Latin American Studies Austria (LAF), “The Civil Society as a Beacon of Hope for the Defense of Essential Fundamental Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Resource Conflicts, Environmental Issues and Social Justice”, 13—15 June 2014, Strobl am Wolfgangsee.

Weiske, C. (2013): “Rethinking Contemporary International Law on Indigenous Peoples: The Impact of UNDRIPs, UNFCCC and UNCBD in northeastern South America”, 45th Conference of Irish Geographers
“Transformative Geographies: Critical Reflections on Environment, Sustainability and Governmentality”, 16-18 May 2013, National University of Ireland, Galway.