Dr. Lars Klein
M.A. in North American Studies - with majors History and Literature - and Philosophy (Freie Universität Berlin), PhD in Modern and Contemporary History (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
Prior to Euroculture:
Scholarship-holder, DFG-research training group "Generation History. Generational Dynamics and Historical Change in 19th and 20th Century", UGOE; research associate, project "The History of War Reporting in the 20th Century", TU Braunschweig (funded by German Foundation for Peace Research); project consultant for "Diversity and Restraint. European Perspectives of Power, Culture and Peace", Berghof Research Center in Berlin
Research stays / guest lectureships (selection):
BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown University; Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI); Monash University; Savitribai Phule Pune University; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen; Uppsala Universitet
Introduction to Euroculture, Cultural Construction of Social Order, Europe in a Global Context, Methodology Seminar, Master Thesis Seminar
Member, Examination Committee Euroculture
Board member, "Center for Global Migration Studies"
Past Functions (selection):
Co-convener, international conference "Border Narratives - Brexit, Europe, and the UK" (DFG funded)
Co-initiator, project "UrbanLab - Migration Moves Göttingen" (MWK funded)
Researcher, Jean-Monnet-Network "POWERS"