Dr. habil. Susanne Schultz - Biography

Education & Stays Abroad


2005 PhD at the Otto Suhr Institute of Free University of Berlin about: Hegemony, Gouvernmentality, Biopower: Reproductive risk and the transformation of international population policies“
1989 - 1991 Research in Guatemala, Mexico and Brasil
1986 - 1992 Diploma of political science and studies of history and sociology at the Free University of Berlin

    

Academic Employment


Since 04/2019 Teaching Replacement for Prof. Dr. Lemke, Sociology with a Focus on "Biotechnologies, Nature and Society"
10/2015 - 03/2016 Guest professorship for political science at the University of Vienna
2014 - 2018 DFG-Project: Demographization of the political? An inter-sectional analysis of German family and migration policy since the mid 1990s
2013 - 2014 Research assistant in the project: „Social implications of preconceptional genetic diagnosis“ at Goethe University Frankfurt/M
Since 2011 Assistant lecturer at the Institute for Sociology of Goethe University Frankfurt/M
2009 - 2011 Research assistant at Leibniz University Hannover on Global Economy of Öocytes as work package for the EU-Project „Regenerative Medicine in Europe“
2004 - 2006 Research assistant at Leibniz University Hannover in the research project „Participatory Governance of Genetic Testing: UK, Germany, Austria“ as work package for the EU-project „Participatory Governance and Institutional Innovation“
1993 - 1994 Junior researcher at the Institute for Latin America studies at Free University of Berlin

 

Scholarships


2001 - 2005 PhD scholar of the Heinrich Böll Foundation within the Collegue „Gender democracy and organizational reform in a global context“
1998 - 2001 Scholar of the women’s studies program of the Berlin government