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Forschung

2017-2020     

Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Schweden)

Peace and the Politics of Memory

mit Prof. Dr. Annika Björkdahl (Lund, Schweden), Dr. Johanna Mannegren Selimovic (Stockholm, Schweden), Dr. Stefanie Kappler (Durham, UK).

2017-2020

Swedisch Reseach Council (Schweden)

Cultural Heritage of Conflict

mit Prof. Dr. Annika Björkdahl (Lund, Schweden), Dr. Johanna Mannegren Selimovic (Stockholm, Schweden), Dr. Stefanie Kappler (Durham, UK).

2016-2019

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

Anerkennung von sexualisierter Gewalt in Wahrheitskommissionen. Opferzuschreibungen und ihre gesellschaftlichen Implikationen in Zeiten des Übergangs.

2017-2019

Fritz-Thyssen Stiftung

Ascribing Individual Responsibility in the Aftermath of Collective Violence and Repression. Interpretations of Criminal Proceedings in Post-Communist Romania.

2015-2017              

International Nuremberg Principles Academy

Collaborative international research project: Multiple Dimensions of the Acceptance of International Criminal Justice in the Post-Nuremberg Era.

(project co-leader, funded by German Foreign Ministry through the Academy)

2015-2016

Käte Hamburger Kolleg, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg

Fellowship: Transitional Justice as a Travelling Norm. On the Influence of Local Concepts on Global Ideas.

 

2013-2016

Deutsche Stiftung Friedensforschung (DSF)

Genderbeziehungen im begrenzten Raum. Bedingungen, Ausmaß und Formen von sexueller Gewalt an Frauen in kriegsbedingten Flüchtlingslagern.

2008-2012

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

The Politics of Building Peace: an Analysis of Transitional Justice, Reconciliation Initiatives and Unification Policies in War-torn Societies.

2009-2013

Structured PhD Programme (Marburg Research Academy / HMKW)

Transitional Justice after Extreme Violence (with Prof. Dr. Anika Oettler and Prof. Dr. Mathias Bös), Philipps-University Marburg & Hessisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst.

2007

Deutsche Stiftung Friedensforschung (DSF)

Conflict Transformation: The Impact of Settlement on Social Change.

(Funding declined by applicant due to lack of time)

2003-2006

Deutsche Stiftung Friedensforschung (DSF)

Between Past and Future. An Assessment of the Transition from ‘Conflict’ to ‘Peace’ in Post-genocide Rwanda.

(Project leader and principles investigator. Project proposal formally submitted in the name of Prof. Dr. Lothar Brock since no PhD at time of submission).

Field Research

Uganda (1 year + several shorter visits), Rwanda (1 year + several shorter visits), Kosovo (10 days), Bosnia (several visits)

Working Groups and Research Networks

Network Culture and its Uses as Testimony” funded by the British Arts and Humanities Research Council, 2016 to date.

Working Group “Migration und Menschenrechte” at the University of Giessen, led by Prof Dr Jürgen Bast, 2014 to date.

Working Group “Menschenrechte im 20. Jahrhundert” of the Fritz-Thyssen Foundation, led by Prof Dr Norbert Frei (Jena), 2013 to date.

Network “Institutions for Sustainable Peace – Comparing Institutional Configurations for Divided Societies” (funded by Leibniz Foundation, led by GIGA, Hamburg), 2012-2016.

Network “Konstruktivistische Konfliktforschung (NEKOKO)“ (funded by DFG), 2008-2012.