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There are currently four doctoral researchers at the Leibniz ScienceCampus who joined in March 2020:

Jon Matlack
Maneuvering towards ‘The West’: U.S. Army-Bundeswehr joint War Games as Conduit for Western Identity Formation

Efthalia Prokopiou
Notions of Home in the Far Right ‘White Genocide’ Narrative: A Multinational and Multilingual Approach to Contemporary Far Right Self-Representations in Europe and the Americas

Igor Stipić
The State and its Students: Hegemonic Structures, Subaltern Pedagogies, and Fractured Community in Bosnia and Chile

Vita Zelenska
What Does it Mean to Be a Refugee? Sites of Knowledge Production and Their Asymmetrical Entanglements


Writing-Up Grant Holders

Markus Diepold
The Material Culture of European-Indigenous Diplomacy in North America in the 18th Century


Former doctoral researchers

Daniela Weinbach
Transnationale Film-Remakes: Zwischen Interkulturalität und universeller Verständlichkeit
Daniela Weinbach left the ScienceCampus having found employment with the City of Regensburg. She continues to pursue at PhD at UR.

Cornelius Merz
Exploring Identity and Belonging through Spatial Relations – a Comparative Study of Cleveland and Leipzig, 1890–1930