Dr. Christoph Giesel

Associated member (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Lehrbeauftragter)
Christoph Giesel, Dr
Christoph Giesel
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JenTower, Room 08S05
Leutragraben 1
07743 Jena

General thematic interest, focus and specializations:

  • Interdisciplinary and comparative studies on manifestations of nationalism, ethnicity, religion and minority with a special regional focus on the Balkans and Anatolia as well as on the Caucasus, Near East and Northern Africa
  • The role of the factors ethnicity and religion within the dynamics of cognitive (psychological), social, cultural, lingual and political group-, identity- and minority building processes and the dualism of conflict and cooperation within multi-ethnic, multilingual and multi-religious societies (main focus: the post-Ottoman space in the 21th century)
  • Comparative, inversional researches on the situation of Muslim (minority) groups in the Balkans and the Caucasus and non-Muslim (minority) groups in Turkey and Near East
  • Political, social and cultural organizational structures and concepts as well as social dynamics and interactions in human societies // social psychology
  • Global, international and transnational relations and conflicts
  • Sufism (Islamic mysticism) vs. Islamic extremism / oriental Jewry and Christianity
  • Language nationalism, multilingualism, socio- and contact linguistics, dialectology

Caucasus Studies: Special interests and research topics

  • Role of Islam and varieties of Sufism and Radical Islamism in the Caucasus region
  • Shia Islam and the role of Iran in the Caucasus region
  • Ethnic groups with Caucasian heritage in Turkey
  • Comparisons between the “Islamized Georgians” (Caucasus) and “Islamized Macedonians” (Balkans) in their home regions and in Turkey
  • Characteristics and situations of small resp. hidden ethnic, religious and lingual groups in the Caucasus region (f.e. Meskhetians in Georgia, Yezidis in Armenia etc.)
  • Dynamics of inter-ethnical and interreligious cooperation and conflict relations in the Northern and Southern Caucasus (especially aspects of similarities, symbioses and cooperation between Georgians and Abkhazians, Armenians and Azerbaijanis, Russians and Chechens and others)
Academic CV Show content

Since 2018:
Research associate / postdoctoral assistant to professor (South Slavic Studies / Southeast European Studies) at the Institute for Slavic and Caucasian Studies at the University Jena (additionally: research and teaching cooperation with the Department for Caucasian Studies);

tasks: teaching, research, administration and coordination, organising of conferences/ lectures/ cultural events, conceptualising of research projects and fund raising;

Main research project: “The Osmosis between Albanians and Southern Slavs in the Balkans: Testing traditional constructions of 'conflict communities' from cultural, historical and social scientific perspectives”; continuation and broadening of “Habilitation” project (see below, years 20142016).

2008, 2014–2020:
University lecturer at the Institute for Slavic and Caucasian Studies and the Institute for Political Science at the FSU Jena (in total: 23 seminars / 46 credit hours per week);

Administrative, educational and other supporting activities surrounding four student field study excursions to Armenia, Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro and Turkey (2012, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019), organised by the Humboldt-University Berlin and the FSU Jena.

2014–2016:
Post-doctoral Researcher in the DFG-funded Graduate School 1412 “Cultural Orientations and Institutional Order in Southeastern Europe” at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany), research focus on Alevism and Sufism in the contemporary Balkan region; research for a “Habilitation” (postdoctoral lecture qualification) thesis about “The role of the factors ethnicity and religion within the dynamics of cognitive (psychological), social, lingual, cultural and political group-, identity- and minority-building processes in the post-Ottoman space in the 21th century” with a comparative, inversional focus on a) Muslim groups in the Balkans and the Caucasus and b) non-Muslim groups in Turkey and the Middle East”.

2011–2015:
Academic contractor (researcher, consultant, supervisor, author) in the EU-funded international research project “Religious minorities in Turkey in the context of the EU accession process“ at the universities FSU Jena, Amsterdam and Gediz Izmir (including field research on Armenians, Syriacs, Jews and Alevi).

From 2012–2014: Additional studies and field research on the current situation of selected Christian groups in Iraq, Lebanon and Egypt as well as religious minority groups in Tunisia.

2010–2013:
Post-doctoral researcher in the research project “Muslims in the Southern Balkans and Turkey in the 21th century. Between Re-Ethnification and Transnationalism” at the Humboldt-University Berlin (part of the special framework programme “Islam, the Modern Nation State and Transnational Movements” funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation).

2006-2010:
PhD (Dr. phil.) at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany); Topic: “Processes and dynamics of language use, identity, assimilation and ethnic revival within the Balkan-Muslim Slavic migrant group of the Bosniacs in Turkey” (winner of the award for the best doctoral theses of the Faculty of Philosophy issued by the University Jena in 2011).

2000–2006:
Magister Artium in South Slavic Studies, Southeast European Studies and Political Sciences and Certificate in Caucasian Studies at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Germany) as well as at the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg (Germany) and Belgrade University (Serbia).

Publications Show content

2020 (selection, in edition or print):

  • Aleviten, Bektaschi und schiitisch-alevitisch beeinflusste Sufi-Orden in Südosteuropa: ein Überklick zu religiösen, kulturellen, ethnischen, historisch-politischen und demographischen Aspekten, in: Kahl, Thede / Nechiţi, Ioana (ed.), Ethnic and Linguistic Diversity in Southeast Europe and the Caucasus, Austrian Academy of Sciences: Wien 2020, p. 273-372.
  • The Bosniaks in Turkey between Assimilation and Ethnic Revival – Developments of Historical, Social and Political Conditions, Experiences and Attitudes since the Migration from the Balkans until Today, in: Kahl, Thede / Nechiţi, Ioana (ed.), op. cit., p. 95-132.
  • “We speak a language which sounds a bit funny”: Characteristics of the South Slavic Idioms of the “Sandžak-Bosniacs” in Istanbul (Turkey), in: Kahl, Thede / Genesin, Monika / Hempel, Gerhard (ed.), Endangered linguistic varieties and minorities in Italy and the Balkans, Austrian Academy of Sciences: Wien 2020, approx. 19 p.
  • Das Phänomen proserbischer Identitätseinstellungen bei slawischen Muslimen bzw. Bosniaken in Albanien und der Türkei, in:  Elektronik Siyaset Bilimi Araştırmaları Dergisi / Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies 21 (Vol. 11 / 2, Juni 2020), approx. 40 p., esbadergisi.com.
  • Book project in cooperation with Fahri Türk: Minority groups and their languages in the Republic of Northern Macedonia (in Turkish), Edirne 2020.

2019:

  • Schiitische und alevitische Einflüsse bei den Sufi-Orden sunnitischen Ursprungs in Südosteuropa – Historische, religionsphilosophische und politische Dimensionen, in: Telbizova-Sack, Jordanka / Voß, Christian / Omerika, Armina (ed.), Jahrbuch zur 55. Internationalen Hochschulwoche der Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft (26.-30.09.2016):  „Islam auf dem Balkan: Muslimische Traditionen im lokalen, nationalen und transnationalen Kontext“, Peter Lang: Frankfurt a.M. 2019, p. 49-87p.
  • In cooperation with Hermann Giesel: Die historische Rolle des Islam, der Aufstieg des Islamismus und das politische System Ramzan Kadyrows in Tschetschenien, in: Leiße, Olaf (ed.), Politik und Gesellschaft im Kaukasus. Eine unruhige Region zwischen Tradition und Transformation, Springer VS: Wiesbaden 2019, p. 345-386.

2017:

  • Aktuelle Verbreitung sowie rechtliche und politisch-soziale Situationen, Bedingungen und Probleme der Aleviten, Bektaschi und anderer heterodox beeinflusster Sufi-Orden in Südosteuropa, in: Elektronik Siyaset Bilimi Araştırmaları Dergisi / Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies 15 (Vol. 8 / 2, June 2017), p. 1-54, www.esbadergisi.com/images/sayi15/1Aleviten-und-Bektaschi-Giesel-son.pdf.
  • The ambivalent Situation of Turkey's Armenians: Between Collective Historical Trauma and Psychological Repression, Loyal Citizenship and Minority Status, Social Integration and Discrimination, Assimilation and Self-assertion (book chapter), in: Bardakçı, Mehmet / Freyberg-Inan, Annette / Giesel, Christoph / Leiße, Olaf: Religious Minorities in Turkey. Alevi, Armenians, Syriacs and the Struggle to Desecuritize Religious Freedom, Palgrave Macmillan: London, p. 133-164.
  • Like a Drop in the Ocean – The last Syriacs in Turkey in a Maelstrom of Nationalism, Islamism, Assimilation and Diverging Socio-political Interests (book chapter), in: Bardakçı, / Freyberg-Inan / Giesel / Leiße: op. cit., p. 165-192.
  • Conclusion (book section), in: Bardakçı, / Freyberg-Inan / Giesel / Leiße: op. cit., p. 87-90.
  • In cooperation with Mehmet Bardakçı:  Securitization and Desecuritization of Minority Rights (book chapter), in: Bardakçı, / Freyberg-Inan / Giesel / Leiße: op. cit., p. 55-96.
  • Survey and Interview Questions (book section / Appendix), in: Bardakçı, / Freyberg-Inan / Giesel / Leiße: op. cit., p. 240-254.
  • Interviews with Armenian / Syriac Institutional Representatives and Activists (book section / Appendix), in: Bardakçı, / Freyberg-Inan / Giesel / Leiße: op. cit., p. 259-266.

2016:

  • Jezičke karakteristike i sociolingvistički stavovi kod iseljenih Bošnjaka Sandžačkog porijekla u Istanbulu (Turska), in: Kalajdžija, Alen (ed.), Zbornik radova Drugi simpozij o bosanskom jeziku: Istraživanje, normiranje i učenje bosanskoga jezika – dosadašnji rezultati, potrebe i perspektive (Sarajevo, 12–13. mart 2015), Institut za jezik: Sarajevo, S. 563-601.
  • In cooperation with Fahri Türk: Makedonya Türk Azınlığı ve Türkçe, in: Türk, Fahri (ed.), Balkanlarda Yaşayan Türk Azınlığı ve Türkçeye Yönelik Dil Politikaları, Astana: Ankara, p. 129-177.
  • Die Erosion des ethnopolitischen Homogenisierungsdogmas sowie offene Entfaltungsmöglichkeiten ethnischer Gruppen im Rahmen politisch-gesellschaftlicher Liberalisierungsansätze in der Türkei im 20. Jh. (Teil 2: 1980-1999), in: Elektronik Siyaset Bilimi Araştırmaları Dergisi / Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies Nr.13 (Vol. 7 / 2, June 2016), www.esbadergisi.com/images/sayi13/christoph_giesel_esba_2_teil_2016.pdf, p. 1-52.
  • The Erosion of the Kemalist Dogma of Ethno-Political Homogeneity in the Context of Partial Socio-political Liberalisation Processes in Turkey in the second Half of the 20th Century, in: Freyberg-Inan, Annette / Bardakçı, Mehmet / Leiße, Olaf (ed.), Growing Together, Growing Apart. Turkey and the European Union Today, Nomos: Baden-Baden, p. 71-97.
  • Die muslimischen Georgier in der Türkei zwischen Assimilation und „ethnic revival“ – Ein allgemeiner Überblick, in: Reineck, Natia / Rieger, Ute (ed.), Kaukasiologie heute. Festschrift für Heinz Fähnrich zum 70. Geburtstag, König: Greiz 2016, p. 111-154.

2015:

  • Genese und Erosion des ethnopolitischen Homogenisierungsdogmas sowie offene Entfaltungsmöglichkeiten ethnischer Gruppen im Rahmen politisch-gesellschaftlicher Liberalisierungsansätze in der Türkei im 20. Jh. (Teil 1: 1919-1980), in: Elektronik Siyaset Bilimi Araştırmaları Dergisi / Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies  Nr. 11 (Vol. 6 / 2, June 2015), www.esbadergisi.com/images/sayi11/aufsatz_giesel_esba_1_teil_2015.pdf, p. 1-44.
  • Status and Situation of the Jews in Turkey: Historical Lines of Development and contemporary Circumstances in the Context of socio-political Transformations, in: Bali, Rifat N. / Mallet, L.-O. (ed.) Turkish Jews in Contemporary Turkey, Libra: Istanbul, p. 23-81.


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Presentations / Lectures Show content

2019:

  • Kultur- und Sprachtransfer zwischen Slawen und Albanern auf dem westlichen Balkan – Auswahlbeispiele aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart
    13.12.2019 / BERLIN (D) / Symposium “The Languages of Sports as a Reflection of Social Diversity.
    Albanian and German in Comparison“ (Institut für Slawistik und Hungarologie - HU Berlin / Südosteuropagesellschaft)
  • Kulinarische Besonderheiten Südosteuropas – Wissenschaftlicher Vortrag mit Essensproben (in cooperation with Dimiter Peev)
    06.12.2019 / JENA (D) / Cultural and Information Days „Die Faszination und Vielfalt Südosteuropas“ by the Department of Southeast European Studies at the University of Jena (04.-06.12. 2019)
  • Sollte man eine „Türkei-Slawistik“ begründen? Verborgene Masse und unterschätztes Potenzial: Die Präsenz und Bedeutung slawischer Gruppen in der Türkei (in cooperation with Thede Kahl)
    05.12.2019 / JENA (D) / Cultural and Information Days „Die Faszination und Vielfalt Südosteuropas“ by the Department of Southeast European Studies at the University of Jena (04.-06.12. 2019)
  • „Jena goes Balkan – Balkan goes Jena“ // Gründungsidee „Türkei-Slawistik“ als Teilfachbereich
    04.11.2019 / Jena (D) / „Science Slam“ by the academic support programme „Kleine-Fächer-Wochen“ (“Orchids Only? – Rare Discipline Weeks”) at the University of Jena (04.11.2019-10.03.2020)
  • Historical and contemporary symbioses and interferences between Slavs and Albanians in Serbia, Montenegro and Albania – Selective case studies
    16.09.2019 / BERANE (MNE) / International project and student excursion (HU Berlin, Universities of Nikšić and Kragujevac): “Multiperspectivity in the Balkans - The Sandžak in the Bosnian-Montenegrin-Serbian Prism: History – Politics – Religion – Language” (12.-22.09.2019)
  • Language Policy in the Sandžak
    13.09.2019 / PODGORICA (MNE) / International Expert Workshop: “Multiperspectivity in the Balkans – The Sandžak in the Bosnian-Montenegrin-Serbian Prism: History – Politics – Religion – Language” (12.-14.09.2019)

2018

  • Die islamisierten Georgier und Mazedonier: Ein struktureller Gruppenvergleich unter politischen, historischen, sozialen und transnationalen Gesichtspunkten
    27.11.2018 / JENA (D) / Herbstsymposium der Kaukasiologie an der FSU Jena
  • Three continents - one destiny? Comparative views of the past and present situation of the Sephardic Jews in Turkey and North Africa
    05.09.2018 / SARAJEVO (BiH) / Workshop: “Discursive inclusion und exclusion of Muslims and Jews in South Eastern Europe”, Part II: Jews (02.-06.09.2018)
  • Bošnjaci-Muslimani u Turskoj i bošnjački tragovi na Bliskom Istoku i Sjevernoj Africi
    31.08.2018 / BIHAĆ (BiH) / ARTlantis-Workshop: „Trans-border Memories of the war in the 1990s on the Bosnian and Croatian sides of the upper Una Valley“ in Kulen Vakuf und Bihać (29.08.-01.09.2018)
  • Slavs and Albanians in their Northern contact zone in the Balkans: Mutual ethnic and religious influences and assimilation processes
    09.07.2018  / PODGORICA (MNE) / Workshop: “Discursive inclusion und exclusion of Muslims and Jews in South Eastern Europe”, Part I: Muslims (08.-11.07.2018)
  • Sprachliche und soziale Dynamiken des Verlusts und Erhalts südslawischer Mundarten in Albanien und der Türkei
    06.03.2018 / Villa Vigoni, MENAGGIO / LAGO DI COMO (I) / Colloquium: “Threatened linguistic varieties and minority languages in Italy and the Balkans” (05.03.-08.03.2018)
  • Aspects of contemporary interdisciplinary researches on Islam and Muslims in the Balkans
    26.02.2018 / BELGRAD (SRB) / Workshop: „Demarcations and crossings of borders in and with South Eastern Europe“

2017

  • Die Aleviten und Sufi-Orden Südosteuropas im interessen- und konkurrenzorientierten Aktionsfokus inter- und transnationaler alevitischer, sunnitischer und schiitischer Akteure
    23.09.2017 / JENA (D) / SOG-Nachwuchstagung: „Sufismus in Südosteuropa aus interdisziplinärer Perspektive“
  • Im Vakuum der Transformation: Fallstudien zu den ambivalenten politisch-sozialen Situationen sowie Attitüden der assyro-aramäischen Christen im Irak zwischen dem US-Truppenabzug 2012 und der IS- Invasion 2014
    21.09. 2017 / JENA (D) / 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT) 2017: „Asien, Afrika und Europa“, 18.-22-Oktober 2017, Sektion: „Christlicher Orient“
  • Schiitische bzw. alevitische Einflüsse in den Glaubensvorstellungen und Praktiken bei den Sufi-Orden sunnitischen Ursprungs in Südosteuropa
    19.09. 2017 / JENA (D) / 33. Deutscher Orientalistentag (DOT) 2017: „Asien, Afrika und Europa“, 18.-22-Oktober 2017, Sektion: „Islamwissenschaft“


2016

  • Das Phänomen proserbischer Identitätseinstellungen bei slawischen Muslimen bzw. Bosniaken in Albanien und der Türkei
    29.09.2016 / TUTZING (D) / Internationale Hochschulwoche der Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft: „Islam auf dem Balkan: Muslimische Traditionen im lokalen, nationalen und transnationalen Kontext“ (26.-0.09.2016)

2015

  • Dynamiken ethnischer, religiöser und politischer Attitüden und Prozesse bei den alevitischen Sufi-Orden in Kosovo, Mazedonien und Griechenland im Spannungsfeld von Assimilation und Selbstbehauptung im 21. Jh.
    16.07.2015 / JENA (D) /  Kolloquium des DFG-GK 1412 „Kulturelle Orientierungen und gesellschaftliche Ordnungssysteme in Südosteuropa“
  • Jezičke karakteristike i sociolingvistički stavovi kod iseljenih Bošnjaka sandžačkog porijekla u Istanbulu (Turska)
    13.03.2015 / SARAJEVO (BiH) / Drugi simpozij o bosanskom jeziku (12./13. 03. 2015): „Istraživanje, normiranje i učenje bosanskoga jezika – dosadašnji rezultati, potrebe i perspektive“


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Seminars / Courses Show content

WS 2020/2021

  • Sprache, Literatur, Kultur, Geschichte und Politik der slawischen Muslime in Serbien, Montenegro, Kosovo und Mazedonien
    BA / MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Political Science/ History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies (interdisciplinary seminar cooperation)

SS 2020

  • Konflikt- und Kooperationsdynamiken in den multiethnischen und multireligiösen Gesellschaften des Balkans, Schwarzmeerraums und Kaukasus im Vergleich
    BA and MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies (interdisciplinary seminar cooperation)

WS 2019/2020

  • Die Osmose zwischen Albanern und Südslawen auf den Balkan sowie Georgiern und Abchasen im Kaukasus im Vergleich: Tradierte Konstruktionen von „Konfliktgemeinschaften“ auf dem kultur-, geschichts- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Prüfstand
    BA and MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ (South) Slavonic Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century

September 2019 (12 days)

  • International student excursion to Montenegro and Serbia: “Multiperspectivity in the Balkans - The Sandžak in the Bosnian-Montenegrin-Serbian Prism: History – Politics – Religion – Language”
    Humboldt University Berlin, Nikšić, University, Kragujevac University and Sarajevo University (subjects: South Slavonic Studies, Slavic and Serbian Linguistics and Literature, History; educational level: BA, MA, PhD)

SS 2019

  • Einheit in der Vielfalt? Komparative und transdisziplinäre Betrachtungen zu kulturellen, politischen, historischen, religiösen, ethnischen und sprachlichen Charakteristiken des Schwarzmeerraums
    BA and MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies

WS 2018 / 2019

  • Interethnische und interreligiöse Symbiosen und Kooperationen im Kaukasus und in Südosteuropa
    MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies
  • Ethnisierung und Politisierung von Mundarten auf dem Balkan
    MA seminar (South Slavonic Studies / Slavic Studies / Southeast European Studies)

SS 2018

  • Sufismus versus Radikalislamismus im Kaukasus und auf dem Balkan
    BA and MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies
  • Nationsbildungsprozesse und Nationalismus im Kaukasus
    MA seminar: Caucasus Studies

WS 2017 / 2018

  • „Frozen conflicts“ im Kaukasus und in Südosteuropa im Vergleich
    BA and MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ Caucasus Studies/ Political Science / History and Politics of the 20th century/ (South) Slavonic Studies
  • Das Schiitentum und die Rolle des Iran im Kaukasus
    MA seminar: Caucasus Studies
  • Ethnien und Religionen Kaukasiens – Historische Entwicklungen und aktuelle Aspekte
    BA seminar: Caucasus Studies

September 2017 (2 weeks)

  • DAAD project excursion to North Macedonia, Albania and Serbia „Demarcations and crossings of borders in and with Southeast Europe / Islam and Muslims on the Balkans“
    Humboldt University Berlin and Belgrade University (subjects: South Slavonic Studies and Political Science; educational level: MA, PhD)

SS 2017

  • Historische und aktuelle Konflikte im Südkaukasus im Spiegel des russisch-armenisch- aserbaidschanisch- türkischen Beziehungs- und Interessengeflechts
    MA seminar: Caucasus Studies
  • Rolle und Ausprägungen des Islams sowie Stellung der Muslime im georgischen und russischen Teil des Kaukasus
    MA seminar: Caucasus Studies
  • Politische Grenzziehungen versus soziale und kulturelle Grenzüberschreitungen in Südosteuropa
    MA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ South Slavonic Studies/ Slavic Studies
  • Historische und aktuelle Migrationsdynamiken in Südosteuropa
    BA seminar: South-Eastern European Studies/ South Slavonic Studies/ Slavic Studies
  • Landeskunde Bulgarien
    Language course: South-Eastern European Studies/ South Slavonic Studies/Slavic Studies


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Supervision of students Show content

Supervision of:

  • Master's theses
  • Bachelor's theses
  • Final State Examination papers (e.g. Educational Studies)
  • BA and MA seminar papers / student research theses

Academic coaching / support for doctoral students

Supervision (second marker) of MA theses / Final State Examination papers in 2019/2020:

  • „Sprachnationalismus in Kroatien und der Ukraine im Vergleich – Die Rolle der slawischen Ethnosprachen als nationale Identitätsfaktoren und politisches Instrument seit den 1990er Jahren bis heute“ (Linguistic nationalism in Croatia and Ukraine in comparison – the role of the Slavic ethnic languages as national identity factors and political instrument since the 1990s until today)
    MA thesis, Southern Slavonic Studies, FSU Jena
  • „Prozesse der Europäisierung in Bosnien und Herzegowina und in der Ukraine“ (Europeanization Processes in Bosnia & Herzegovina and in Ukraine)
    MA thesis, Political Science, FSU Jena and Mohyla University Kiev/Ukraine (Joint double MA programme)
  • „Ausprägungen des Föderalismus in Bosnien-Herzegowina und der Schweiz im Vergleich“ (Characteristics of the federalism in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Switzerland – a comparative view)
    Final State Examination paper, Political Science resp. Educational Studies / Teacher Training for the subjects “Social Studies” and “Geography”, FSU Jena
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