Begleitete Dissertationsprojekte:

  • Settling Unsettled Questions. Re-thinking Marginalisation and Identity of Indigenous Peoples in the Context of Bangladesh: Bablu Chakma.
  • Global Norms and Local Interactions in Post-Conflict Societies: A Case Study on Transitional Justice in Cambodia: Katharina Behmer (Zweitbetreuung).
  • Refugees, Actors of Conflict Resolution: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon: Loubna Abi Khalil (zusammen mit Prof. Tobias Debiel).
  • Contested Displacement and Forced Migration: Situation Exit, Voice and Loyalty in the Global Land Rush Debate: Corinna Land (Homepage).
  • International Migration and Community Development in Bangladesh: Maruf Lutfur (Homepage).
  • Challenges of Diversity –Practices of Conviviality in Northeast India: Katrin Renschler.
  • Social Youth Movements in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: Hari Purna Tripura (Homepage).
  • Forced Migration and Land: Expulsion in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh: UK Mong Marma.
  • Understanding Development in Relation to NGOs with the Perspective of Community. An ethnography of the Development Sector in Pakistan: Ali Zaidi.


Abgeschlossene Dissertationsprojekte:

  • Ambivalent Attachments: Shifting Notions of Home among Displacd Sri Lankan Tamils: Diotima Chattoraj (April 2016 abgeschlossen)
  • Factors Affecting the Development of an Epistemic Landscape in Paraguay as a Developing Country: Sascha Rosenberger (im Oktober 2017 eingereicht)