Universities, Institutes, and Employers:
Institute for interdisciplinary Resarch on Conflict and Violence at Bielefeld University
State University New York, University at Albany, Department of Sociology
Laboratory for Comparative Social Research, Higher School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow/St. Petersburg
Mentors, Co-Authors, and Colleagues:
Steven Messner, Sociologist and Criminologist. President of the ASC in 2011. Co-Author of Instituional Anomie Theory. Mentor, Host, and co-author of several of my papers.
Andreas Zick, Social Psychologist and Director of the Institute for interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence, Bielefeld University. Mentor and Dissertation Supervisor. Worked on all my projects at IKG together.
Eva Groß, Sociologist, Criminologist and Professor at Polizei Akademie Hamburg. Co-Author of several of my papers.
Sylwia Piatkowska, Criminologist and Assistant Professor at Florida State University. Co-Author of several of my hate crime papers.
Wilhelm Heitmeyer, Sociologist and Founder of the Institute for interdisciplinary Research on Conflict and Violence. Worked on several projects together related to Group-focused Enmity.
Jost Reinecke, Sociologist and Professor of Quantitative Methods of Empirical Social Research at Bielefeld University. Mentor and Dissertation Supervisor.
Richard Rosenfeld, Criminologist, Founders Professor at UMSL, President of the ASC in 2010, Co-Author of Institutional Anomie Theory.
Martin Winands, Sociologist and Professor for Pedagogics of Deviance at KatHO NRW. Co-author and former colleague in a project on Fan violence.
Andreas Grau, Social Scientist at Bertelsmann Foundation. Co-author and former colleague in projects on Fan violence and anti-semitism.
Jacek Bielinski, Sociologist and Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology Collegium Civitas, Warsaw.
Luca Varadi, Sociologist and Marie Sklodowska-Curie research fellow and recurrent visiting professor in the Nationalism Studies Program at Central European University, Budapest.
Beate Küpper, Social Psychologist and Professor at University of Applied Sciences Niederrhein.
Vera Lomazzi, Sociologist and Data expert at GESIS in Köln. Associated Researcher at LCSR.
Helmuth Thome, Professor emer. of Sociology and expert on Anomie theories.
Dorothea Voss, Political Economist and Head of Department Research Funding at Hans-Böckler-Foundation. My supervisor in project on “Social stratification and democratic Integration”.
Bettina Kohlrausch, Sociologist and Director of WSI at Hans-Böckler-Foundation. My supervisor in project on “Social stratification and democratic Integration”.
Barbara Fulda, Sociologist and Consultant at Hans-Böckler Foundation. My colleague and Co-Author.
Aline Zucco, Economist and Gender Researcher at WSI, Hans-Böckler-Foundation.
Nina Becker, Neuroscientist and GSO-Leadership Academy Alumni
Sebastian Meixner, Literary Studies Post-Doc at Universität Zurich and GSO-Leadership Alumni
Christian Welzel, Political Scientist at Leuphana University and Vice President of the World Values Association. LCSR Professor.
Niels Michalski, Sociologist and Expert on Quantitative Methods of Empirical Social Research at Robert Koch Institute. Associated Researcher at LCSR.
Rengin B. Firat, Professor of Sociology and Neurology at University of California, Riverside. Associated Researcher at LCSR.
Stefan Scholz, Statistician and Public Health Scientist at Robert Koch Institute.
Jason D´Cruz, Professor of Moral Psychology at UAlbany.
Kir Kuiken, Professor of Romantic Literature and Culture, Romantic moral and political philosophy, and contemporary political and aesthetic theory at UAlbany.
Vesna Kuiken, Full Time Lecturer English Department, UAlbany.
Thomas Lux, Sociologist and Expert on Right-wing populism at HU Berlin.
Nate Breznau, Sociologist and Post-Doc at SOCIUM Bremen.
Frank Asbrock, Professor of Social Psychology at TU Chemnitz and one of my earliest mentors.
Héctor Carvacho García, Social Psychologist at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago and long-time colleague at IKG.
Michael Müller, Educational Scientist and Expert on antisemitsm at Hochschule Koblenz. Long-time colleague at IKG.
Sandra Legge/Hüpping, My first mentor who introduced me to IKG and Institutional Anomie Theory.
Anna Klein, Educational scientist and long-time colleague at IKG.
Madlen Preuß, Sociologist, co-author, and long-time colleague at IKG in project “ZuGleich”.
Johanna Pangritz, Eduational scientist and long-time colleague at IKG.
Denis van de Wetering, Sociologist and long-time colleague at IKG.
Ekaterina Lytkina, Sociologist and Expert on Anomie Theories at BIGSSS Bremen. Associated Researcher at LCSR.
Fatih Uenal, Social Psychologist at HU Berlin.
Daniel Nüst, Geoinformatic Scientist and expert on Opening Reproducible Research at University of Münster.