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image_one_fourth-11.pngDr. Enrico Fels - Managing Director (on parental leave)

Phone: +49 228/ 73-62995
Mail: fels(at)uni-bonn.de
Römerstraße 164
D-53117 Germany

Dr. Enrico Fels holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Economics, Society and German Studies from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and a Master of Arts in Strategic Studies from the Australian National University, where he was also a T.B. Millar Scholar in Strategic and Defence Studies. He received his doctorate in 2016 from the University of Bonn for a comprehensive study of the power shift in the Asia-Pacific. 

Dr. Fels was a Visiting Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre of the Australian National University as well as a guest lecturer at the University of Tokyo and the Andrássy University of Budapest. Before taking up his position at CASSIS, Dr. Fels worked at the Center for Global Studies (CGS) at the University of Bonn, at the Chair of International Relations of the Helmut Schmidt University/University of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg, and at the Chair of International Relations of the RUB.

 

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Maximilian Schranner, M.A. - Interim Managing Director

Phone: +49 228/ 73-62995
Mail: schranner(at)uni-bonn.de
Römerstraße 164
D-53117 Germany

Maximilian Schranner studies Political Science at the University of Bonn. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Politics and Society as well as History from the University of Bonn. In his thesis, he analysed the role of non-state units like Somaliland or ISIS in International Relations theory. He previously worked at the Collaborative Research Centre “Macht and Herrschaft – Premodern Configurations in a Transcultural Perspective” at the University of Bonn and completed internships at the Federal Academy for Security Policy and the Federal Foreign Office.

 

Celina Horev.pngCelina Horev, B.A. - Student Assistant

Mail: chorev(at)uni-bonn.de
Römerstraße 164
D-53117 Germany

 

Celina Horev studied European Studies at the University Passau. During her studies she completed a semester abroad at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. In her Bachelor thesis she conducted success factors of linguistic capital for a promising career in child education in a European society. Since 2018 she has been studying at the University of Cologne in the English language Master Culture and Environment in Africa and is currently researching the Mbembe debate for her final thesis.

In addition to her studies, she is involved in the student representative council for African Studies and the Alliance against Anti-Semitism and is committed to fighting discrimination against minorities. Before she came to the University of Bonn, she worked as a student assistant at the University of Cologne.

 

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Sophie Schlopsna, B.A. - Student Assistant

Mail: schlopsna(at)uni-bonn.de

Römerstraße 164
D-53117

 

Sophie Schlopsna graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies from the University of Osnabrück. In her Bachelor's thesis, she investigated whether the European Union is a capable and coherent actor in peace and crisis management. She is currently studying for a Master's degree in Political Science at University of Bonn. During her studies, she completed a semester abroad at Sciences Po Bordeaux in France. Previously, she worked as project manager in the research project Sicherheitsforschung.NRW conducted by CASSIS.

 

 

 

 

Dennis LonsdorferDennis Lonsdorfer, B.A.

Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft

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Römerstraße 164 
D-53117 Bonn

Dennis Lonsdorfer graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in politology and sociology as well as philosophy from Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-University of Bonn. In his Bachelor's thesis, he dealt with the securitization-thesis in connection with the climate debate and the Fridays for Future movement. He is currently studying for a Masters Degree in political science at the University of Bonn. Previously, he absolved an internship at CASSIS and worked in the research project Sicherheitsforschung.NRW conducted by CASSIS.

 

 

 

Portrait-4.pngLea Austerschmidt - Intern 

Mail: cassispr(at)uni-bonn.de
Römerstraße 164 
D-53117 Germany

 

Lea Austerschmidt is studying Politics and Society as well as Language and Communication in the Global Media Society at the University of Bonn. After her semester abroad at the Södertorn University Stockholm, she has composed her bachelor’s thesis on smart power, a US-centric foreign concept respectively strategy at the Center for Global Studies. At the same time, she has worked in the online communication team of UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe, the German partner NGO of the UNHCR. Before that, she was an intern at the Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung in order to increase her ability to approach mechanisms of political communication and the overlapping of politics, society, and the media. She is looking forward to the graduate program Master of International Affairs in Berlin.

 

Tim Broszio, B.A. -  Intern

Mail: cassispr(at)uni-bonn.de
Römerstraße 164
D-53117 Germany 
 

Tim Broszio is currently studying the master’s programme ‘Globalization, Transnationalization and Governance’ at the Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB). As part of a double-degree cooperation, he is currently studying a year abroad at the Institute of International Studies at the University of Wroclaw, Poland. He also studied social science at the Ruhr-University Bochum. As part of his thesis, he examined the transatlantic divergence between the German Government and the Trump-Administration on the JCPoA within a liberal research paradigm. Prior to his stay abroad, he was responsible for conducting tutorials as a student assistant in the department for social policy and social economics and was able to gain professional experience as an enrolled nurse in various surgical intensive care and intermediate care units for several years. In addition to the outlined main areas of study, he is involved in various initiatives to promote intercultural exchange e.g., in mentoring international students. 

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