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As part of DIMAS, the Department for Interdisciplinary and Multiscalar Area Studies, the University of Regensburg has appointed six professors with a broad range of regional and disciplinary expertise. The professors are based in four faculties of the University of Regensburg.
Prof. Dr. Anne Brüske - Professor for Spatial Dimensions of Cultural Processes - Faculty SLK
Prof. Dr. Astrid Ensslin - Professor for Digital Cultures and Communication
Prof. Dr. Rike Krämer-Hoppe - Professor for Transnational Norm Development - Law Faculty
Prof. Dr. Timothy Nunan - Professor for Transregional Cultures of Knowledge - Faculty PKGG
Prof. Dr. Anna Steigemann - Professor for Sociological Dimensions of Space- Faculty PKGG
One further professor will be announced in due course.
Three positions were initially held by acting professors (Vertretungsprofessuren) on from October 2020 to strengthen and expand area studies-related research and teaching.
The DIMAS Area Studies Professors are offering the following courses in the 2023 Summer Semester
- « Les néo-québécois haïtiens et leur production culturelle » : Die Verhandlung lokaler, nationaler und transnationaler Identitäten in Québec
- Postkoloniale und dekoloniale Theorie
- Introduction to Literary Media
- Videogames Across Cultures
- ChatGPT & Co.
- Climate Change: Action and Law in the Global South and Beyond the West | DIMAS and Leibniz ScienceCampus Lecture Series
- Climate Change Law and Litigation
- EU Fundamental Rights
- Staatsorganisationsrecht mit integrierter Abschlussklausur zur Anfängerübung
- The Cold War: A Global History
- Colonization and Decolonization in Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe, and Eurasia
- Hannah Arendt
- Global Cities, Local Spaces? Introduction Lecture to Urban and Spatial Studies
- Rich Regensburg? A First Empirical Introduction to Social Questions and Challenges of Our University Town
- Sociological and Spatial Studies Theories and Methods for Area Studies: A Hands-On Workshop for Doctoral Candidates