From left to right: Martin Senn, Lore Hayek, Sarah C. Dingler. (Credit: Thomas Walli)


Project Team

DINGLER Sarah C., Dr.

DINGLER Sarah 2020

Sarah C. Dingler is Assistant Professor (tenure track) for empirical gender research at the University of Innsbruck. Previously, she was a post-doctoral researcher at the Geschwister-Scholl-Institut at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich. She received her Ph.D from the University of Salzburg. Her main areas of research include the analysis of political institutions on women's representation and the role of women as political actors in legislatures and the executive. Her work has appeared e.g. in Journal of European Public Policy, Electoral Studies and Journal of Elections, Public Opinions and Parties.

Together with Corinna Kroeber she is editor of the blog Counting Counts. It aims to offer accessible academic commentary and research on various topics related electoral systems and representation of women.

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phone: +43 512 507-70115
fax: +43 512 507-70199

room: w 2.38
consultation hours: Thursday 9:00 am - 10:00 am (registration by e-mail)

HAYEK Lore, Dr.

HAYEK Lore 2021 neu
Credit: Axel Springer

Lore Hayek is an Assistant Professor of Austrian Politics and Civic Education.

She holds a degree in Political Science from the University of Innsbruck and an MSc in Social Research Methods from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She completed her dissertation as a part of AUTNES – Austrian National Election Study, on election posters as a campaign medium in Austrian election campaigns.

Lore’s research focuses on electoral campaigning and political advertising as well as political media coverage, applying quantitative methods such as content analyses.

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phone: +43 512 507-70137
fax: +43 512 507-70199

room: w 2.40
consultation hours: Tuesday 11:00 - 12:00 am

SENN Martin, Dr.

SENN MartinDr. Martin Senn is associate professor of international relations at the University of Innsbruck and guest lecturer at the Diplomatic Academcy of Vienna. In his research and teaching he focuses on the emergence and change of order(s) in world politics, (international) political communication as well as on nuclear (non)proliferation and disarmament. His recent publications include a special issue the societal relevance of political science in the Austrian Journal of Political Science, a special issue on ‘The Transformation of Targeted Killing and International Order’ (together with Jodok Troy) in Contemporary Security Policy and a special section on ‘Background Ideas in International Relations’ (together with Markus Kornprobst) in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations.

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phone: +43 512 507-70124
fax: +43 512 507-70199

room: w 2.39
consultation hours: as arranged by e-mail






Funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) 

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