Sicherheitskultur im Wandel

Project: Staff 

 
 

Staff

Christopher Daase

Christopher Daase

... is professor for International Relations at Goethe University Frankfurt and the Peace Research Institute PRIF. He is working on the different cultures of security and risk, terrorism, and humanitarian intervention [more]

Stefan Engert

Stefan Engert

... holds a PhD in Political Science / International Relations. He currently works on pandemics at the macro/meso level and is also responsible for the project budget [more]

Andrea Jonjic

Andrea Jonjic

... studies Political Science and Law in Frankfurt and is student assistant in the project.

 

Julian Junk

Julian Junk

...holds a Master in Politics and Management/Public Administration with a major in International Relations and European Integration. Within the project, he does research on humanitarian interventions, international anti-terrorism politics, and international norm development [more]

Georgios Kolliarakis

Georgios Kolliarakis

... works with the Cluster of Excellence "Normative Orders" of the University Frankfurt, and coordinates the dissemination of the research activities within the project. His fields of expertise are Conflict Research and Security Policy [more]

Philipp Offermann

Philipp Offermann

... holds an MA in Political Science and Anthropology with a focus on International Relations. In the project, he concentrates on visa politics/border regimes and on administration of this website [more]

Ariel Pate

Ariel Pate

... is currently enrolled in the Curatorial Studies MA program at Goethe University/Staedelschule and is student assistant in the project.

 

Valentin Rauer

Valentin Rauer

... holds a PhD in Social Sciences with a focus on culture, media and integration. In the project, he is concerned with the perception of pandemics and terrorism on the micro and meso level [more]

Gabi Schlag

Gabi Schlag

... is a political scientist specialized in International Relations. In the project she worked on the iconology of security and practices of visualizing in-/security in relation to issues of terrorism and humanitarian interventions. She now works at Magdeburg University [more]

Martin Schmetz

Martin Schmetz

... studies International Studies/Peace and Conflict Research (MA) at Darmstadt and Frankfurt and is student assistant in the project.

 

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