External Lecturers since 2020/21

Here you will find our external lecturers since winter 2020/21 in alphabetical order. Click here for our external lecturers until summer 2020.

ALBER Elisabeth, PhD

ALBER Elisabeth 2021

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Foto folgt demnächstJana Belschner is a post-doctoral researcher at the Chr. Michelsen Institut and the University of Bergen, Norway. Her research investigates the political representation of youth and women; with a specific focus on electoral systems, political parties, and parliaments as working places in Europe and North Africa. Jana's work is published in international political science journals like, i.a., Political Research Quarterly, Government & Opposition, and Representation.


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DAẞLER Benjamin, MA

Foto folgt demnächst10.2010 – 07.2014 || B.A. in Social Sciences and Economics, University of Augsburg.

10.2014 – 09.2016 || M.A. in Political Science with a focus on Multilevel Governance and European and International Institutions, LMU Munich.

10.2016 – current || PHD student, Chair of Global Governance and Public Policy (PHD Project: "Fragmentation in Global Governance Regimes: An Inter‐ Organizational Network Perspective"), LMU Munich.

10.2016 – current || Research Fellow, Chair of Global Governance and Public Policy, LMU Munich.

10.2018 – current || Research Fellow, Chair of Global Governance and Public Policy (Deutsche Stiftung für Friedensforschung ("DSF") Project: "Emotions Matter: The Impact of Social Distance on Humanitarian Interventions"), LMU Munich.

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DIALER Doris, Dr. 

DIALER Doris 2022Dr. Doris Dialer is Attachée for Health and Consumer Protection at the Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU in Brussels. From February 2020 to March 2021 she was responsible for EU, WHO, International and Socio-Political Affairs in the Cabinet of the Austrian Minister for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection in Vienna.

A political scientist by training, Doris holds a MA and PhD in European Studies. She is Associate Lecturer at the University for Applied Sciences Kehl, the University of Continuing Education Krems, and at the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE) in Nice, Berlin and Budapest. Doris is a founding member of the "Innsbruck Center for European Research" (ICER) and co-editor of the "Europawissenschaftliche Reihe" (Nomos/iup). Her resent research focuses on EU Lobbing & Advocacy, EU Health & Consumer Policy, EU Consultative Bodies (EESC and CoR) and especially EU Parliamentarism due to almost fourteen years of professional experience as a MEP’s Head of Office.

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EBERL Jakob-Moritz, Dr. 

EBERL Jakob-Moritz 2020
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ECKER Alejandro, Dr. BA MA

ECKER Alejandro 2021

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ENGL Alice, Dr. 

ENGL Alice

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EPPLER Annegret, Prof. Dr.

EPPLER Anne 2021Dr. Annegret Eppler is a lawyer and a political scientist (she studied in Tübingen, Germany, and Leuven, Belgium). From 2004 to 2007, she acted as the Scientific Coordinator of the European Centre for Research on Federalism Tübingen. Thereafter she worked from 2007 to 2010 as a research fellow in the section "Comparative Politics and European Integration" of the Institute for Political Science at the University of Tübingen, where she gained her PhD in 2010 with a thesis on the EU's influence on the federalism reform in Germany in various policy fields (e.g. environmental policy). From 2010 to 2013 she worked as post-doc research fellow at the Institute for Political Science at the University of Tübingen and from 2013 to 2017 at the Department of Political Science at the University of Innsbruck. Since 2017 she is Professor for Public Law at the University of Public Administration in Kehl.

Her research focuses on issues of transnational and supranational legitimacy, democracy, and parliaments in the EU system, in particular inter-parliamentary relations of parliaments in the EU multi-level parliamentary system. Current research concentrates on the theoretical conceptualization of European disintegration, the analysis of the conditions of European integration and disintegration, legitimacy and parliaments in the EU as well as comparative federalism research.

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e-mail: eppler@hs-kehl.de

GATT Sabine, Mag. PhD

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GRÜNDL Johann, Mag. 

GRÜNDL Johann 2020
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Tobias Heidenreich is a postdoctoral researcher at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center. His main research interests include automated content analysis methods, political communication, and social media platforms, with a particular focus on public discourse concerning the topic of migration.

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HEISS Raffael, Dr.

HEISS RaffaelRaffael Heiss is a postdoctoral researcher at the MCI Center for Social & Health Innovation, Austria. Previously, he was a PhD candidate and uni:docs fellow at the Department of Communication, University of Vienna. His work has been published in prestigious journals, such as Political Communication, Political Psychology and New Media & Society.

His research interests include political and health communication, health policy, and civic engagement.

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HOFINGER Veronika, Dr.


HÖHMANN Daniel 2020More information about Daniel HÖHMANN:

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HUBER Robert, Dr.

HUBER Robert 2020

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IVANUSCH Christoph, MA

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Christoph Ivanusch is Research Fellow at the WZB Berlin Social Science Center (WZB) and PhD student in Political Science at the University of Innsbruck. At the WZB he is part of the H2020 project "OPTED Observatory for Political Texts in European Democracies". His research interests include political parties, political communication and quantitative text analysis.

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JOHANN David, Dr. 

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JUEN Christina-Marie, PhD

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Foto folgt demnächstJohannes (Jan) Karremans is Lise Meitner Fellow at the Department of Political Science at the University of Salzburg, conducting a research project on how governments in the Eurozone justify their yearly budgets. This research is aimed at exploring the broader question of how, in the current framework of European economic governance, national party governments deal with the dilemma between responsiveness and responsibility: on the one hand they need to be responsive to the demands of voters but on the other hand they need to be responsible towards European institutions. Alongside this research, Jan also collaborates as a research associate in a project on the governance of the EU financial market at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (European Univesity Institute) in Florence. Previously, Jan was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon and he has been involved in various research projects at the European University Institute. In 2017, Jan earned his PhD in the Political and Social Sciences Department of the European University Institute. Prior to his doctoral studies, Jan earned his BA degree at the Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam (2008-2011) and his MA at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (2011-2012). His research appears and is forthcoming in various leading journals in the field, such as West European Politics and Party Politics.

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LEHMANN Wilhelm, Dr. 

LEHMANN Wilhelm 2021
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LUDWIG Gundula, Univ.-Prof.in Dr.in

LUDWIG Gundula 2022
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Foto folgt demnächstLena Ramstetter is a Senior Scientist at the Department of Political Science at the Paris Lodron University Salzburg. Her research explores the antecedents of pro-environmentalism focusing on the linkages between gender, mindfulness, affective polarization, and climate action.

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REITER Franz 2022
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Franz Reiter is a PhD Candidate and Uni.Docs Fellow at the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna since August 2019. He holds a BA degree in Political Science and a MA degree in European and International Studies from the University of Innsbruck.

In his dissertation, he investigates the perceptions, contents and effects of positive, negative and dirty campaigning in Western Europe. His main research interests focus on political advertising, electoral communication, media effects, and quantitative methods.

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REITERER Michael, Univ. Doz. Dr. 

REITERER Michael 2021
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Michael Reiterer studied law at the University of Innsbruck (Dr. juris, 1978) and was appointed Adjunct Professor (Dozent) for International Politics in 2005. He also holds diplomas in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University/Bologna Center and the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.

He is presently Distinguished Professor at the Brussels School of Governance, Institute for Strategy, Diplomacy and Security. He holds various teaching and advisory positions which are listed in the attached CV and he teaches at numerous universities in Europe and Asia. His research interests are EU foreign policy, EU-Asia relations with focus on Japan and Korea, inter-regionalism, human rights, security policy and new forms of diplomacy, all areas in which he has published extensively, see attached list of publications.

As an official of the European Union Dr. Reiterer served as Ambassador of the European Union to the Republic of Korea (2017-2020), having previously served as Principal Advisor at the Asia and Pacific Department, European External Action Service (EEAS), Brussels (2012-2016); EU-Ambassador to Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein (2007-2011), Minister/Deputy Head of the EU-Delegation to Japan (2002-2006) and ASEM (Asia Europe Meeting) Counsellor (1998-2002).
Before joining the European Commission in 1998 he was Minister-Counsellor at the Austrian Permanent Representation to the EU/Brussels, Counsellor at the Permanent Representation of Austria to the GATT, Co-chair of the Joint Experts Group at the OECD on trade and environment, WTO-panellist, Deputy Director General for European Integration and Trade Policy at the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber as well as Austrian Deputy Trade Commissioner to West Africa and Japan.

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RUẞMANN Uta, FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. 

RUßMANN Uta 2020
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Uta Rußmann studied Communication and Media Sciences, Sociology and Political Science at the Universities of Vienna and Tampere (Finland). In 2007 she obtained a PhD from the University of Vienna. From 2007 to 2009 she worked as a Post-Doctoral Researcher for the University of Vienna and the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Project "Continuity and Change in Campaign Communication in Austria since 1966"). Since August 2009 she is part of the AUTNES Campaign Side team in Innsbruck as a Post-Doctoral Researcher. Since 2012 she is professor at the "FHWien der WKW".

Her main research interests include political communication, media and elections, new media, web campaigning and use and reception of media.

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SCANTAMBURLO Matthias 2019
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Matthias Scantamburlo is Assistant Professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and team member of the Regional Manifestos Project. Previously he held research positions at Aston University (Birmingham, United Kingdom) and the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Basque Country). He completed his doctorate in Political Science at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) with a dissertation focusing on regionalist parties and multi-dimensional electoral competition. His major research interests include territorial politics, political parties, and electoral competition in multi-level settings. His research has been published in journals such as West European Politics, Regional & Federal Studies and Representation, among others.


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SCHÄFER Jérôme, Dr. 

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SCHOELLER Magnus, Dr. 

SCHOELLER Magnus 2020

Magnus Schoeller is a researcher at the Centre for European Integration Research (EIF), Department of Political Science, University of Vienna. He holds a PhD from the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy, and an APART-GSK Fellowship from the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Magnus is the author of Leadership in the Eurozone and a co-author of European Parliament Ascendant (both Palgrave Macmillan 2019). His articles on eurozone governance, political leadership and EU politics have appeared in journals such as the Journal of European Public Policy, West European Politics or the Journal of Common Market Studies. He has taught courses on international relations, European integration, and research design at the universities of Düsseldorf and Vienna.

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STADLMAIR Jeremias, Dr.

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STEINERT Christoph, MA

STEINERT Christoph 2021
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THÖNDL Michael, Prof. (FH) Dr. habil 

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UMBACH Gaby, Dr.

UMBACH Gaby 2020Gaby Umbach is Part-time Professor, Director of GlobalStat and H2020 TRIGGER consortium member leading global governance research at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies of the European University Institute in Florence/Italy. She is non-resident Visiting Fellow of the European Parliamentary Research Service, where she previously dealt with research methodologies and strategic academic outreach. She is also Adjunct Professor at the Universities of Cologne and Innsbruck, Book Review Editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies, Editorial Board member of the International Journal Evaluation and Program Planning and Board member of the Institute for European Politics Berlin. Her research focuses on global governance, policy-making by indicators, data for politics, data literacy, measuring as governance technique, and evidence-informed policy-making.

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WISTHALER Verena, Dr. 

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