Faculty & Advisory Board (MOVE)

MOVE: Faculty

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kornelia Hahn Political Science and Sociology Speaker
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Martin Knoll History Speaker
Univ.-Prof. Kyoko Shinozaki, PhD Political Science and Sociology Speaker
Assoz. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Aschauer Political Science and Sociology Faculty Member
Assoz. Prof. Dr. Minas Dimitriou Sport Science and Kinesiology Faculty Member
Ass. Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hürtgen Geography and Geology Faculty Member
Dženeta Karabegović, PhD Political Science and Sociology Faculty Member
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Albert Lichtblau History Faculty Member
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Kurt Luger Communication Science Faculty Member
Dr. Eberhard Raithelhuber Educational Science Faculty Member
Ass. Prof. Dr. Christian Smigiel Geography and Geology Faculty Member
Assoz.-Prof. Dr. Gabriele Spilker Political Science and Sociology Faculty Member
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Zeller Geography and Geology Faculty Member

MOVE: Advisory Board

Name Universität / Institution
Prof. Monika Buscher Lancaster University / Centre for Mobilities Research
Prof. Olivier Crevoisier Université de Neuchâtel / Institut de Sociologie, Maison d'analyse des processur sociaux
Prof. Jon Mathieu Universität Luzern / Historisches Seminar
Prof. George Ritzer University of Maryland / Department of Sociology
Prof. Chris Rojek City University London, School of Arts and Social Sciences / Dep. of Sociology
Prof. Mimi Sheller Drexel University / Centre for Mobilities Research and Policy
Prof. Roey Sweet University of Leicester / Centre for Urban History
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