Dr. Ansgar Hudde
Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main
Room: 3.G 102
Ansgar Hudde is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology (ISS) at the University of Cologne. In the summer semester of 2022, he is Interim Professor of Sociology specializing in Quantitative Analyses of Social Change at the Institute of Sociology at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.
Ansgar Hudde studied Social Economics (B.A.), Cultural Geography (M.A.) and Sociology and Demography (M.Res.) in Erlangen-Nuremberg, Lyon and Barcelona. He completed his doctorate in Sociology at the interdisciplinary Graduate School in Bamberg (BAGSS), with a guest stay at Nuffield College, Oxford.
After his dissertation, Ansgar Hudde worked for one year as a research assistant at the Institute of Sociology at LMU Munich and, subsequently, for one year outside academia, as a policy advisor in the Public Transport and Networked Mobility Unit at the Bavarian State Ministry of Housing, Construction and Transport.
Ansgar Hudde's research interests broadly fall into four areas: (1) Family, life course and gender roles, (2) political sociology, especially the question of how politics affects everyday life and partnerships, (3) transport mode choice and other aspects of sustainability behaviour; and (4) the application and advancement of quantitative research methods.
Details and links to the publications can be found here: Curriculum vitae
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Link to Curriculum Vitae.