Goethe University Frankfurt
Franziska Höhne is a PhD candidate at the Chair of International Institutions and Peace Processes. In her bachelor’s, she studied International Relations with a minor in Communication Science at the University of Erfurt with a stay Universidad Loyola Andalucía, Spain, followed by a master’s in Global Studies at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden (M. Sc., with distinction). During her studies, she worked as an intern at various institutions (including at the research project “TRANSFORM - Regional Cooperation and the Transformation of National Sovereignty” at the University of Gothenburg and at the German Permanent Representation to the UN in Geneva) and received the scholarship Deutschlandstipendium. After positions as Blue Book Trainee at the European Commission, DG Research & Innovation, and at the European Policy Centre, Brussels, she worked from 2022 to 2023 as Research Assistant at the Käte-Hamburger-Kolleg/ Centre for Global Cooperation Research.
Since April 2023, Franziska Höhne is a research associate at the ERC-funded project “FARRIO – The Effects of Far-right Challenges on International Organizations” at Goethe University Frankfurt, researching far-right contestations of international organisations with a focus on the field of climate change. Her research interests include populism and far-right parties and movements, effects and processes of (global) democracy and its contestations, as well as electoral behaviour.