IMIS

Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies


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Dr. Martin Geiger
Carleton University, Ottawa/Canada, geographical and interdisciplinary migration research, social geography (political geography and population geography), transformation and governance studies; regional focus on (South) East Europe and North America.
Prof. Panikos Panayi, Ph.D.
De Montfort University of Leicester/Great Britain, European history. Historical migration research, minorities, racism, and violence.
Dr. Steffen Pötzschke
Postdoctoral Researcher at GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for  the Social Sciences in Mannheim, department Survey Design and Methodology. Migration and Integration research, transnationalism studies, methods of migration research, refugee research.
Prof. Dr. Werner Schiffauer
European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder, comparative cultural and social anthropology. Transformation of rural and urban Turkey, Turkish migration to Europe, organisation of diversity in European societies, European Islam.
Prof. Dr. Klaus Schriewer
Universidad de Murcia/Spain: Europäische Ethnologie/Volkskunde; Europa- und Regionalforschung, Biographie- und Erzählforschung, Migrationsforschung, Theoriegeschichte und Kulturtheorie, Verhältnis Mensch - Natur (insbesondere Natur- und Landschaftsbewußtsein), Wirtschaft und Arbeit.
Prof. Dr. Christoph Schroeder
University of Potsdam, Lingusitics: language contact, contrastive linguistics, language typology, multilingualism in schools.
Prof. em. Dr. Dietrich Thränhardt
University of Münster, political science. Comparative political research, comparative research of migration and integration, migration and European integration, self-help and social capital, politics and history of the Federal Republic of Germany, comparative local politics.
Prof. Dr. Manuela Westphal
University of Kassel, pedagogy. Intercultural pedagogy; adolescence, gender and migration; diversity: migration, gender and disability; socialisation and heterogeneity.