Current year 2019/2020

Professor Dr. Steffen Augsberg

Professor of Public Law at the Justus-Liebig-University of Gießen and member of the German Ethics Council

Fellow project: "Design limits of democracy“

Professor Dr. Kai Brodersen

Professor of Ancient Culture at the University of Erfurt

Fellow project: "Applied Sciences in Antiquity“

Dr. Alexandra Eckert

Assistant Professor of Ancient History at the University of Oldenburg

Fellow project: "Oligarchy and the Public Good in Classical Athens“

Dr. Timo Heinrich

Assistant Professor at Durham University Business School

Fellow project: „On the prediction of crises: A behavioral economics analysis“

Lasisi Adeiza Isiaka, Ph.D.

Lecturer and Speech Scientist at Adekunle Ajasin University

Fellow project: „Ethnicity, Identity and Speaking Back: Discoursing African Youth Languages"

Professorin Dr. Anja Klöckner

Professor of Classical Archaeology and Director of the Collection of Classical Antiquities at the Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.

Fellow project: „Aufstellungskontexte römischer Grabdenkmäler und ihre Rezeption in der Museumslandschaft des 20. Jahrhunderts“

Professor Dr. Karin Krauthausen

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cluster of Excellence Matters of Activity (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)

Fellow project: "Conditional Reality: Strategies of Speech in the Work of Kathrin Röggla"


Professor Dr. Bruce L. McCormack

Charles Hodge Professor of Systematic Theology at the Princton Theological Seminary, New Jersey

Fellow project: "The Self-Humiliating God: the Being of the Triune God in Modern Reformed Perspective“


Professor Dr. Louis Pahlow

Chair for Modern Legal History, Intellectual Property Law and Civil Law at Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main

Fellow project: "Law and Capitalisms“

Professor i. R. Dr. Annegret Pelz

Em. Professor of Modern German Literature at the Department of German Studies; Key researcher of the research platform Mobile Cultures and Societies and faculty member of the interdisciplinary Doc.funds project Cultural Mobility Studies of the University of Vienna

Fellow project: "Inter-esse am Tisch“

Privatdozentin Dr. Martina Stemberger

Lecturer at the University of Vienna, Department of Romance Studies

Fellow project: "From Canon to Fanfiction: Perspectives on the Reception of Classic Texts in Contemporary Popular Culture“