Categorie: WP3: Culture, Ideologies, & Religion Supervisors

  • Prof. Z. James

    Prof. Z. James

    Biography Zoë attained her BSc (Hons) in Applied Sociology from the University of Surrey. She then went on to work for the Home Office Research and Statistics Directorate in the 1990s where she worked on a broad range of research studies on criminal justice issues. Subsequently Zoë completed her PhD at the University of Surrey on […]

  • Prof. W. van der Burg

    Prof. W. van der Burg

    Biography Fields of research: Legal philosophy, legal theory, law and ethics Legal research methods, interdisciplinary research Multicultural society, law and religion, anti-discrimination law. Political theory, democratic theory. https://www.eur.nl/people/wibren-van-der-burg

  • Prof. J. Temperman

    Prof. J. Temperman

    Biography Jeroen Temperman is professor of international law and religion and head of the department of international and European Union Law at Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is the editor-in-chief of Religion & Human Rights. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe has appointed him as a member of the OSCE Panel of […]

  • Prof. J. Kivivuori

    Prof. J. Kivivuori

    Biography Prof. Kivivuori’s research focuses on homicide, delinquency, methodology of crime measurement, history of criminology and historical criminology. His most recent projects involve the extension of comparative homicide research into deep past (Historical Homicide Monitor). He has been centrally involved in the creation of research based crime indicators, such as the Finnish Self-Report Delinquency Study […]

  • Dr. R. Fazaeli

    Dr. R. Fazaeli

    Biography Associate Professor Islamic Civilisation, Near & Middle Eastern Studies https://www.tcd.ie/research/profiles/?profile=fazaelr

  • Dr. D. Geschke

    Dr. D. Geschke

    Biography dr Geschke is a graduate psychologist and did his doctorate in the field of social-psychological intergroup research on attitudes towards asylum seekers and cultural changes as a result of migration. For more than 10 years he has researched and taught in various social and communication psychology working groups at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. He has […]

  • Prof. W. Frindte

    Prof. W. Frindte

    Biography After studying psychology at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (FSU Jena), Prof. Dr. phil. Wolfgang Frindte received his diploma in 1974 on the subject of “time constancy of behavioral characteristics in experimental games”. After graduating, he worked, among other things, as an industrial and organizational psychologist in microelectronics and as a research assistant at the Saxon […]

  • Prof. T. Rothmund

    Prof. T. Rothmund

    Biography Tobias Rothmund is Professor for Psychology of Communication and Media Use at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (Germany). His research interests are located in the intersection between personality research, political psychology and mass media communication. Current work addresses topics such as right-wing populism, political ideology and justice sensitivity, justice perceptions in mass media […]