Juliana Krohn, MA

About the Person

Foto_Juliana Krohn_klein
Since 03/2021 I Spokesperson of the working group “Critical Peace Research” of the German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies

Since 12/2020 I University assistant (pre-doc), Department of Philosophy, and fellow of the Innsbruck Doctoral College “Dynamics of Inequality and Difference in the Age of Globalization”, Research Area “Cultural Encounters – Cultural Conflicts”, University of Innsbruck

07/2020–11/2020 I Co-Coordinator APPEAR project "HU-UIBK Partnership for Strengthening Institutional Capacity in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation“ (PSICPCT), Unit for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Innsbruck

2016–2018 I Scholarship from the German Academic Scholarship Foundation

2015–2018 I MA Program in Peace, Development, Security and International Conflict Transformation, University of Innsbruck

2011–2015 I BA Program in German Studies and Law, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

2014, 2015 I Research stays in Iran

2014–2015 I Project for the Goethe-Institut Israel, revision of the Bagrut folder (literature folder for the Israeli A levels in German as a foreign language)

2014–2015 I Project assistant, Munich Literature Festival 2014

2013–2014 I Internship at the Goethe-Institut Israel, Tel Aviv and the Goethe-Institut Palestinian Territories, Ramallah

2013 I DAAD scholarship for internships abroad and scholarship from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

PhD project

 "This View into the Whole of Nature" - Self-locations of Humans in Nature in Literary-Scientific Texts of the Enlightenment and their Significance for Ecological Dimensions of Modern Interpretations of Peace

The interdisciplinary research project focuses on literary expressions of the human-nature relationship in texts from the Age of Enlightenment and their relevance for an ecological perspective in peace studies.

Project Description

Research interests

  • Ecocriticism
  • Postcolonial and decolonial theories
  • Intersectionality
  • Elicitive conflict transformation
  • Peace, conflict and ecology
  • art-based approaches in peace research and conflict transformation

Conference presentations

  • The Role of Poetry for Peacebuilding | Symposium "Eliciting Empathy Through the Arts: Transformative Approaches to Community Peacebuilding", designed by Juliana Krohn, Hanne Tjersland (Universitat Jaume I), Daniela Lehner (University of Klagenfurt) | Benjamin V. Cohen Peace Conference (online), Ball State University Center for Peace & Conflict Studies, 09.04.2021 


  • German Association for Peace and Conflict Studies


Innsbruck Doctoral College "Dynamics of Inequality and Difference in the Age of Globalization“
Research Area „Cultural Encounters – Cultural Conflicts“

Raum: GEIWI tower, 11th Floor, room 4DG23
Mail: juliana.krohn[at]uibk.ac.at

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