A Transnational Team

The core teaching team in the EMGS programme brings together renowned scholars in the field, who are all coming from a diverse selection of humanities and social sciences specializations and who are also highly recognized and active in research and wider academic networks. This team is complemented by a variety of additional lecturers who join the partner universities’ global studies centres and are keen on sharing their expertise with an ambitious group of students.

Eric Vanhaute (Modules: Introduction to Global History and Global Studies; Global History: Europe and the World) 

Dries Lesage (Module: Global Governance and Global Justice)

Glenn Rayp (Module: History and Political Economy of Global Capitalism)

Christopher Parker (Module: Conflict and Development in a Globalizing World)

Jan Orbie (Module: Europe as a Global Actor)

Koen Vlassenroot (Module: World Societies – Perspectives from the Global South)

Prof. Dr. Ulf Engel (Modules: International Studies, Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East, World Orders under the Global Condition)

Dr. Claudia Baumann (Module: International Studies)

Prof. Hartmut Elsenhans (Modules: International Studies, Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East)

Prof. Dr. Matthias Middell (Modules: Global History, Methods for the Study of Globalization, Academic Writing and Research Skills; Cultural Transfers under the Global Condition)

Dr. Gilad Ben-Nun (Modules: Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East, World Orders under the Global Condition)

Dr. Steffi Marung (Modules: Global History, Regions in Globalization: Europe; Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East, Europe)

Prof. Dr. Stefan Troebst (Module: Regions in Globalization: Europe)

Dr. Megan Maruschke (Module: Global History)

Dr. Katja Naumann (Module: Global History; Cultural Transfers under the Global Condition)

Dr. Antje Dietze (Modules: Global History; Cultural Transfers under the Global Condition)

Prof. Dr. Marian Burchardt (Module: Cultural Transfers under the Global Condition)

Dr. Katarina Ristic (Module: Methods for the Study of Globalization)

Prof. Dr. Ute Wardenga (Module: Methods for the Study of Globalization)

Dr. Ninja Steinbach-Hüther (Module: Methods for the Study of Globalization)

Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Kaske (Module: Regions in Globalization: Asia)

Prof. Dr. Philip Clart (Module: Regions in Globalization: Asia)

Prof. Dr. Dmitri van den Bersselaar (Module: Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East)

Dr. Geert Castryck (Module: Regions in Globalization: Africa and the Near East)

Prof. Dr. Frank Hadler (Module: Regions in Globalization: Europe)

Dr. Uwe Müller (Module: Regions in Globalization: Europe)

Dr. Victoria Reinhardt (Module: Regions in Globalization: Europe)

Dr. Wolfram von Scheliha (Module: Regions in Globalization: Europe)

Dr. Debin Ma (Modules: Economic Change in Global History – Approaches and Analysis; Chinese Economy in Transition: 1850-1950) 

Prof. Patrick Wallis (Module: Pre-Modern Paths of Growth: Europe and the Wider World, 11th to 19th Centuries

Dr. Neil Cummins (Module: The Development and Integration of the World Economy in the 19th and 20th Centuries)

Dr. Taylor C. Sherman (Module: Empire, Colonialism and Globalization)

Dr. Eric Schneider (Module: Dissertation in Global History)

Dr. Peter Sims (Modules: Research Design and Quantitative Methods in Economic History; The Historical Context of Business) 

Prof Tirthankar Roy (Module: India and the World Economy)

Dr. Christopher Minns (Module: International Migration, 1500-2000: from slavery to asylum)

Dr. Leigh Gardner (Modules: African Economic Development in Historical Perspective Economic History of Colonialism) 

Prof. Albrecht Ritschl (Module: Topics in Quantitative Economic History)

Prof. Janet Hunter (Module: Japan and Korea as Developing Economies)

Dr Gerben Bakker (Module: The Long-Run Analysis of Firms and Industries)

Prof. Max-Stephan Schulze (Module: The Economic History of War)

Prof. Kent Deng (Module: Shipping and Sea Power in Asian Waters, c 1600-1860)

Prof. Dr. Michelle Pace (Foundational Course in Global Studies; Global Study Seminar: The Middle East from a Global Perspective )

Prof. Dr. Laust Schouenborg (Project 1: Perspectives)

Prof. Dr. Lars Buur (Advanced study seminar: Geopolitics and Natural resources)

Prof. Dr. Bjørn Thomassen (Advanced study seminar: Revolutions and contentious)

Prof. Dr. Ole Bruun (Global Study Seminar: The Global Wave of Authoritarianism)

Prof. Dr. Olivier Rubin (Optional Method Course I: Comparative Methods – From the Local to the Global)

Prof. Dr. Eric Komlavi Hahonou (Optional Method Course I: Fieldwork methods, Optional Method Course II: Applying Qualitative and Quantitative Methods: An International Perspective) 

Prof. Dr. Laura Horn (Optional Method Course I: Gender as Method, Advanced study seminar: Global Finance)

Prof. Dr. Thorkil Casse (Optional Method Course I: Intermediate Quantitative Methods)

Prof. Dr. Klaas Dykmann (Advanced study seminar: International Organizations and Global Politics)

Prof. Dr. Sune Haugbølle (Global Study Seminar: The Middle East from a Global Perspective)

Prof. Dr. Line Engbo Gissel (Optional Method Course II: Case Study Methods)

Prof. Dr. Angela Bourne (Project 2: Current Issues Project, Thesis workshops for 4th semester students)

Prof. Dr. Michael F. Kluth (Foundation course in Global Studies)

Prof. Dr. Friedrich Edelmayer (Modules: Global History by World Regions I, Methods of Global History II, Global History by Regions II)

Prof. Dr. Margarete Grandner (Modules: Methods of Global History I, Methods of Global History II, Thematic Aspects of Global History II)

Prof. Dr. Martina Kaller (Modules: Methods of Global History I, Thematic Aspects of Global History I, Thematic Aspects of Global History II)

Prof. Dr. Andrea Komlosy (Module: Introduction to Global History)

Dr. Jarosław Jarząbek (Module: International Relations)

Dr Łukasz Fijałkowski (Module: International Cooperation and Security)

Prof. Magdalena Ratajczak (Module: Globalization: Selected issues) 

Prof. Andrzej Polus (Module: Research and master thesis) 

Prof. Patrycja Matusz-Protasiewicz (Module: Societies in transition)

Dr. Anna Jagiełło-Szostak (Module: Systems in Transition) 

Prof. Beata Ociepka (Module: Society and Politics) 

Dr. hab. Bartosz Michalski (Module: Transformations, Economics, Security & International Relations) 

Prof. Elżbieta Stadtmüller (Module: Aspects of Globalization & Regionalization) 

Prof. Marek Wróblewski (Module: Economic systems & Political Economy) 

Dr. Marek Musioł (Module: Research Seminar, Winter and Summer School)