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Former longtime members of IMIS
Dr. Lars Amenda Modern history: migration and urbanity, global migration, migration and the maritime world, migration and mass culture, migration policies in the 19th and 20th centuries
Prof. em. Dr. Klaus J. Bade Modern history: Population, economy and migration, integration and minorities, flight and asylum, immigration legislation and migration policies, past and present
Prof. Dr. Michael Bommes (†) Sociology/methodology of cross-cultural and interdisciplinary migration research. Migration and the political system, migration and organization, migration and social theory, methodological problems of interdisciplinary and cross-cultural research
Dr. Anne Lisa Carstensen Sociology: Labour sociology, trade unions, post-colonial and critical theory, discourse analysis, global production networks.
Prof. Dr. Christine Dimroth German studies/Applied linguistics: Language acquisition, multilingualism, discourse and information structure in a cross-linguistic perspective
Prof. i.R. Dr. Peter Graf Intercultural education: Research on bilingualism and bilingual education, language acquisition and early acquisition of foreign languages, education and learning with german as a second language, intercultural and interreligious dialogue
Prof. i.R. Dr. Siegfried Greif Industrial and organizational psychology. Occupational biographies, unemployment of migrants, social and intercultural competence
Prof. Dr. Angela Grimm German lingustics and language studies: first and second language acquisition, speech diagnostic, disorders of speech development
Lisa-Marie Heimeshoff Soziology: Social movements; migration and work; minorities; trade unions; Central and Eastern Europe
Prof. Dr. Leonie Herwartz-Emden University of Augsburg, general pedagogy/women’s studies. Effects of migration on education, socialisation and school, family and gender relations, children’s and adolescents’ acculturation, methodical and methodological problems of interdisciplinary and intercultural research.
Dr. Uwe Hunger Political science, sociology of interdisciplinary migration research: International migration politics; migration and development; state, civil society and integration; demographic change; ethnic economy
Prof. i.R. Dr. Heidi Keller Psychology of human development. Patterns of early socialisation and its consequences for human development across cultures, changes in ideologies of education and parental behaviour
Prof. Dr. Jannis Panagiotidis Neueste Geschichte: Migration history; German history; Jewish history; East European history; Greek history; post-socialist economic transformation
Prof. Dr. John Peterson University of Kiel/Germany, linguistics and indology. Multilingualism, language contact, codeswitching; literacy acquisition in the context of migration, South Asian languages; Maltese.
Hon. Prof. Dr. Hans-Wolf Sievert University of Osnabrück, intercultural management. Management in China, international human resources management, strategies for internationalisation of small and medium-sized businesses.
Dr. Michael Schubert Modern History: imperialism, racism and colonial migrations, images of foreigners and discourses, migration and illegality in the 19th and 20th centuries
Dr. Helge Schwiertz Sociology: Migration and border regimes, (pro-)migrant organization, social movements, Citizenship Studies, democracy and political theory