Subject coordinator: Paul Fuehrer
Head of department: Paul Fuehrer
Administrative staff: Tim Landfeldt
Doctoral student, Sociology
Doctoral student; political sociology
Doctoral Student in Sociology.
Research areas: Social movements, radical nationalism and repression.
My research expertise is primarily in the field of sociological criminology, social problems, and gender. I teach Sociology and Criminology.
My research concerns social capital, mainly in relation to health. Currently I'm leading the project "A city for everyone? A study of young women's lives in a transforming suburb"
Elżbieta Korolczuk, Associate professor in sociology, her research involves: social movements, civil society, politics of reproduction and anti-gender campaigns.
Historical and Contemporary Studies
My research and interest focus on the role of non-elected experts so called “policy professionals” in civil society.
Associate Senior Lecturer
My focus is set on the organization of politics, especially as it is formatted by global think tanks such as the World Economic Forum and others within the future industry.
My research and teaching mainly concerns social movements, political participation, social stratification, climate protests, political violence, and sociological theory.
Main focus of research and teaching is sociological theory, global racisms and antiracism, religion and nationalism in Eastern Europe.