Academic Advisory Board

(c) Sciences Po Aix

Prof. Dr. Dorota Dakowska
Professor of Political Science
Sciences Po Aix
Department of Political Science

Research Interests:

  • Democratisation in Central and Eastern Europe
  • Dealing with the communist past
  • International organisations
  • Higher Education reforms in Poland and Ukraine
  • European politics
  • Authoritarianism

Homepage Prof. Dakowska

 

(c) private

Prof. Dr. Georg Gartner
Professor and Head of Research Unit Cartography
Technical University Wien
Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation

Research Interests:

  • Theoretical Cartography
  • Location-based Services
  • Multmedia Cartography
  • Modern Cartography

Homepage Prof. Gartner

(c) JLU Gießen

Prof. Dr. Andrea Gawrich
Professor for International Integration with a special focus on Eastern Europe
Justus Liebig University Giessen
Department of Political Science

Research Interests:

  • Eastern Europe
  • Conflict Management
  • Democratisation and EU-relations
  • International Organisations

Homepage Prof. Gawrich

 

(c) private

Prof. Dr. Josip Glaurdińá
Associate Professor
University of Luxembourg
Institute of Political Science

Research Interests:

  • Conflict / Post-conflict
  • Elections / Voters
  • Comparative Politics
  • Political Economy
  • International Relations
  • Southeast Europe

Homepage Prof. Glaurdińá

(c) private

Dr. Sophie Lambroschini
Principal investigator LimSpaces project
Centre Marc Bloch

Research Interests:

  • Contemporary history and¬†economic sociology of Russia and Ukraine
  • Elite networks
  • Ordinary economic actors
  • Critical infrastructure and public utilities in conflict

Homepage Dr. Lambroschini

 

(c) IHE Delft

Prof. Dr. Jenniver Sehring
Associate Professor of Water Governance and Diplomacy
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education

Research Interests:

  • Water governance on various levels
  • Practices of water cooperation and diplomacy
  • Gender relations and affective aspects in water politics
  • Central Asia

Homepage Prof. Sehring

 

(c) Virginia Tech

Prof. Dr. Gerard Toal
Professor, Government and International Affairs (GIA)
Virginia Tech
School of Public and International Affairs

Research Interests:

  • Critical geopolitics
  • Nationalism and territorial conflicts
  • Political geography
  • Climate change and geopolitics
  • US hegemony, transatlanticism and Ukraine

Homepage Prof. Toal