Ringo Ossewaarde is Head of the Department of Public Administration and an Associate Professor in Governance, Society and TechnologyĀ in the Faculty of Behavioural, Management & Social Sciences at the University of Twente. He took his undergraduate and master degrees at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and he took his PhD at the LSE. He coordinates and teaches in the BSc Management, Society & TechnologyĀ and the MSc Public Administration and MSc European Studies programs. His research is concerned with the intermingling between political-administrative constellations, society and technology. He focusses on relationships between societal and technological transformations, contemporary societal and technological challenges, and political-administrative changes in various policy areas.Ā 

In recent years, Ringo Ossewaarde has developed expertise in the area of public administration in transforming technological contexts. These include:

  • The politics of artificial intelligence
  • The European Green Deal
  • The governance of digital transformation
  • Algorithmic governance
  • Resilience to climate change
  • Global governance
  • Administrative reforms
  • Protest movements

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In recent years, Ringo Ossewaarde has developed expertise in the area of public administration in transforming technological contexts. These include:

  • The politics of artificial intelligence
  • The European Green Deal
  • The governance of digital transformation
  • Algorithmic governance
  • Resilience to climate change
  • Global governance
  • Administrative reforms
  • Protest movements

Publications

2024
2023
2022
2021
Uncovering the Political and Moral Dimensions of Technology: A Dialectic Between Classicism and PhenomenologyHuman studies, 44(3), 491-496. Ossewaarde, R.https://doi.org/10.1007/s10746-021-09599-ySmart Fishery: A Systematic Review and Research Agenda for Sustainable Fisheries in the Age of AISustainability (Switzerland), 13(11), Article 6037. Honarmand Ebrahimi, S., Ossewaarde, R. & Need, A.https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116037Review article: Towards a context-driven research: a state-of-the-art review of resilience research on climate changeNatural hazards and earth systems sciences discussions, 21(3), 1119–1133. Ossewaarde, R., Filatova, T., Georgiadou, Y., Hartmann, A., Özerol, G., Pfeffer, K., Stegmaier, P., Torenvlied, R., van der Voort, M., Warmink, J. & Borsje, B.https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-21-1119-2021Corruption in Public Discourses: A Comparison Between Colombian and European MetaphorsPublic Integrity, 23(4), 401-425. Isaza, C. & Ossewaarde, R.https://doi.org/10.1080/10999922.2021.1881299ā€œI Should Get Married as Soon as Possible, but the Relationships I Start Do Not Workā€: Marital Prospects of Ethiopian Female Return Migrants from the Arabian GulfJournal of family issues, 42(2), 231-252. Nisrane, B. L., Ossewaarde, R. M. R. R. & Need, A.https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X20948919Het katholieke postliberalisme en de culturele crises van het technologisch tijdperkIn Het radicale midden overzee: Verkenningen van het postliberalisme: Translated title of the contribution: The radical center overseas: Explorations of postliberalism (pp. 43-64). Eburon Academic Publishers. Ossewaarde, R.
2020

Research profiles

Ringo Ossewaarde teaches in the BSc Management, Society & Technology, MSc Public Administration and MSc European Studies programs. He teaches the following courses:

- Introduction to Society and TechnologyĀ 

- Societal Transformation in the Technological Age

- European Governance of Society and Technology

- Knowledge and Power

- Public Governance and Legitimacy

Affiliated study programs

Courses academic year 2023/2024

Courses in the current academic year are added at the moment they are finalised in the Osiris system. Therefore it is possible that the list is not yet complete for the whole academic year.

Courses academic year 2022/2023

Ringo Ossewaarde's current projects include:

- The politics of artificial intelligence

- Algorithmic governance and smart cities

- The EU Green Deal and the governance of sustainability

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University of Twente

Cubicus (building no. 41), room C314
De Zul 10
7522 NJ Enschede
Netherlands

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