Visiting Fellows

The DFG Collaborative Research Centre “SFB/TRR 138: Dynamics of Security" offers at least three visiting fellowships per year for excellent young researchers. The fellowships are available for a period of three to six months, usually either starting in September or October (CfA published in May/Juin of any year).
The fellowships are aimed at late-stage doctoral candidates and early career scholars.  We offer a monthly grant of 1,500 Euro as well as a travel grant for traveling expenses to and from Marburg/Gießen at the beginning and end of the stay. Visiting fellows are expected to contribute to the discussions and activities of our graduate school and to actively participate in workshops and seminars. This also includes a presentation of current research in one of the seminars, as well as the drafting of a report on research results once the stay is over.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the coordinator of the CRC Sarah Kirst.

 

 

2022/2023

Dr. Emily Whewell

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Dr. Emily Whewell from the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt am Main will work in subproject C08 "Security and Empire. Dynamics of Securitization in Colonial Spaces of the British Empire, 1780-1920” (headed by Prof. Dr. Benedikt Stuchtey). She will be pursuing a research project on British imperial security laws and their legacy on the India-China and Myanmar-China frontiers.

We warmly welcome the new fellow and wish her a pleasant and productive time in Marburg!


Dr. Ivan Bakalov

  Dr. Ivan Bakalov

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Welcome, Ivan Bakalov!

Dr. Ivan Bakalov completed his PhD at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) with a thesis entitled „Setting soft power in motion: Tracing the Mechanisms of Russian Soft Power in Ukraine“. As fellow in the sub-project B05 "Securitization and Desecuritization in International Trusteeship Administrations” (headed by Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bonacker) he is deepening his work on Russian soft power, language policy and administrative-territorial reform in Ukraine.

We warmly welcome the new fellow and wish him a pleasant and productive time in Marburg!


Backerra

 Dr. Charlotte Backerra

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The SFB 138 welcomes Dr. Charlotte Backerra as new fellow!


On November 1st Dr. Charlotte Backerra started her fellowship at the SFB 138. For a duration of 5 month she will conduct research at the SFB 138 for her current project on “dynastic economy” and cooperate closely with the subproject A03 “Securitization and dynastic marriage politics” headed by Prof. Dr. Christoph Kampmann. Dr. Charlotte Backerra was awarded a doctorate from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz for her PhD thesis „Wien und London, 1727–1735. Faktoren der internationalen Beziehungen im frühen 18. Jahrhundert“ (engl. “Vienna and London, 1727-1735. Factors of international relations in the early 18th century”). In her current research she focuses on the history of monarchy, dynasty, gender, economy, diplomacy and espionage.

A warm welcome to Dr. Charlotte Backerra and an excellent stay at the SFB 138.

 


  

   Andrew Johnson

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Welcome, Andrew Johnson!

From 1st of October, Dr Andrew Johnson officially starts his fellowship and participates in the CRC’s exchange and research until 31st of March while affiliated with subproject C02 “Security, police and urban space”, led by Professor Sabine Mecking.
He recently defended his PhD unter the title “On the Uses and Abuses of History for the Abolition of Police” at the University of California Santa Barbara. The thesis explores the historical formation and development of policing institutions, and why this history is essential but hinders abolitionist approaches.
 
A warm welcome to Dr Johnson and we wish him a good stay. 
   

 

2020/2021

Mina Ibrahim

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Karolina Kluczewska

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Marcel Schmeer

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Michael Quinn

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2018/2019

 

Jacco Pekelder

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Patrick Schmidt

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Joris Gijsenbergh

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Andrew Dwyer

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Philipp Lottholz

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2016/2017

Lisa Bald

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Nina Boy

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Marius Hildebrand

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Friederike Kuntz

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Louise Zbiransk

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 2015

Eneia Dragomir

ETH Zürich/Universität Züric


Christina Reimann

Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin


Oleg Rusakovskiy

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen


2014/2015

Rogelio Madrueño-Aguilar

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


Anne Menzel

Philipps-Universität Marburg 


Izabela Surwillo

Central European University 

 

 


 

Visiting Fellows

The DFG Collaborative Research Centre “SFB/TRR 138: Dynamics of Security" offers at least three visiting fellowships per year for excellent young researchers. The fellowships are available for a period of three to six months, usually either starting in September or October (CfA published in May/Juin of any year).
The fellowships are aimed at late-stage doctoral candidates and early career scholars.  We offer a monthly grant of 1,500 Euro as well as a travel grant for traveling expenses to and from Marburg/Gießen at the beginning and end of the stay. Visiting fellows are expected to contribute to the discussions and activities of our graduate school and to actively participate in workshops and seminars. This also includes a presentation of current research in one of the seminars, as well as the drafting of a report on research results once the stay is over.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the coordinator of the CRC Sarah Kirst.

 

 

2022/2023

Dr. Emily Whewell

  @ E-Mail

Dr. Emily Whewell from the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt am Main will work in subproject C08 "Security and Empire. Dynamics of Securitization in Colonial Spaces of the British Empire, 1780-1920” (headed by Prof. Dr. Benedikt Stuchtey). She will be pursuing a research project on British imperial security laws and their legacy on the India-China and Myanmar-China frontiers.

We warmly welcome the new fellow and wish her a pleasant and productive time in Marburg!


Dr. Ivan Bakalov

  Dr. Ivan Bakalov

  @ E-Mail

 

Welcome, Ivan Bakalov!

Dr. Ivan Bakalov completed his PhD at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) with a thesis entitled „Setting soft power in motion: Tracing the Mechanisms of Russian Soft Power in Ukraine“. As fellow in the sub-project B05 "Securitization and Desecuritization in International Trusteeship Administrations” (headed by Prof. Dr. Thorsten Bonacker) he is deepening his work on Russian soft power, language policy and administrative-territorial reform in Ukraine.

We warmly welcome the new fellow and wish him a pleasant and productive time in Marburg!


Backerra

 Dr. Charlotte Backerra

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The SFB 138 welcomes Dr. Charlotte Backerra as new fellow!


On November 1st Dr. Charlotte Backerra started her fellowship at the SFB 138. For a duration of 5 month she will conduct research at the SFB 138 for her current project on “dynastic economy” and cooperate closely with the subproject A03 “Securitization and dynastic marriage politics” headed by Prof. Dr. Christoph Kampmann. Dr. Charlotte Backerra was awarded a doctorate from the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz for her PhD thesis „Wien und London, 1727–1735. Faktoren der internationalen Beziehungen im frühen 18. Jahrhundert“ (engl. “Vienna and London, 1727-1735. Factors of international relations in the early 18th century”). In her current research she focuses on the history of monarchy, dynasty, gender, economy, diplomacy and espionage.

A warm welcome to Dr. Charlotte Backerra and an excellent stay at the SFB 138.

 


  

   Andrew Johnson

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Welcome, Andrew Johnson!

From 1st of October, Dr Andrew Johnson officially starts his fellowship and participates in the CRC’s exchange and research until 31st of March while affiliated with subproject C02 “Security, police and urban space”, led by Professor Sabine Mecking.
He recently defended his PhD unter the title “On the Uses and Abuses of History for the Abolition of Police” at the University of California Santa Barbara. The thesis explores the historical formation and development of policing institutions, and why this history is essential but hinders abolitionist approaches.
 
A warm welcome to Dr Johnson and we wish him a good stay. 
   

 

2020/2021

Mina Ibrahim

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Karolina Kluczewska

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Marcel Schmeer

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Michael Quinn

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2018/2019

 

Jacco Pekelder

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Patrick Schmidt

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Joris Gijsenbergh

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Andrew Dwyer

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Philipp Lottholz

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2016/2017

Lisa Bald

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Nina Boy

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Marius Hildebrand

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Friederike Kuntz

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Louise Zbiransk

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 2015

Eneia Dragomir

ETH Zürich/Universität Züric


Christina Reimann

Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin


Oleg Rusakovskiy

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen


2014/2015

Rogelio Madrueño-Aguilar

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen


Anne Menzel

Philipps-Universität Marburg 


Izabela Surwillo

Central European University 

 

 


 

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