Dr Kathrin Hörschelmann

Researcher

CV

At the IfL since November 2013

2004–2013: Working as a lecturer/senior lecturer at the University of Durham, UK

1999–2004: Working as a lecturer/senior lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Plymouth, UK

2000: Gaining a PHD at the University of Bristol

1990–1995: Studies in geography with the minor subjects (Eastern European) history and political science at the Universities of Bonn, Southampton Berlin and Bristol (graduated with a Master degree)

Research interests

political geography, social geography, critical geography

Research projects

Potentials of immigration for a sustainable regional development in Saxony-Anhalt   -  
IMAJINE  - Integrative Mechanisms for Addressing Spatial Justice and Territorial Inequalities in Europe 
NATURVATION  - Nature-based solutions for a sustainable urban development in Europe 

Publications

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Hörschelmann, Kathrin
(2002)
History after the end: post-socialist difference in a (post)modern world. -
In: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers/ 27 (2002) 1. - 27 (2002) 1. - 2002, N.S. 27 (2002), 1, S. 52-66
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
(2001)
Breaking ground - marginality and resistance in (post) unification Germany. -
In: Political geography/ 20 (2001) 8. - 20 (2001) 8. - 11.2001, 20 (11.2001), 8, S. 981-1004
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
(2001)
Audience interpretations of (former) East Germany's representation in the German media. -
In: European urban and regional studies/ 8 (2001). - 8 (2001) 3. - 2001, S. 189 - 202
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
(1997)
Watching the East. -
In: Applied geography, 17 (1997), 4, S. 385 - 396
Colls, Rachel / Hörschelmann, Kathrin
Introduction: Contested bodies of childhood and youth. -
In: Contested bodies of childhood and youth / edited by Kathrin Hörschelmann and Rachel Colls. - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. - ISBN 978-0-230-20138-5, Seite 1-21
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
Deviant masculinities : representations of neo-fascist youth in Eastern Germany. -
In: Spaces of masculinities / edited by Bettina van Hoven and Kathrin Hörschelmann . - London [u.a.] : Routledge, 2005. - ISBN 0-415-30696-5, Seite 138-152
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
'Go East, Young Man ...' : gendered representations of identity in television dramas about 'East Germany'. -
In: Relocating Germanness : discursive disunity in unified Germany / ed. by Patrick Stevenson and John Theobald. - Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; London [u.a.] : Macmilan Press LTD [u.a.], 2000, Seite 43-59
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
Politics, lifestyle, and identity : the story of Sven, Eastern Germany. -
In: Telling young lives : Portraits of global youth / edited by Craig Jeffrey and Jane Dyson. - Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2008. - ISBN 978-1-59213-930-9, Seite 81-96
Hörschelmann, Kathrin
Transitions to work and the making of neoliberal selves : growing up on (the former) East Germany. -
In: Social justice and neoliberalism : global perspectives / edited by Adrian Smith, Alison Stenning and Katie Willis. - London ; New York : Zed Books, 2008. - ISBN 978-1-84277-919-4, Seite 135-136
Hörschelmann, Kathrin / El Refaie, Elisabeth
Youth citizenship beyond consensus : examining the role of satire and humour for critical engagements in citizenship education. -
In: Youth cultures in the age of global media / edited by David Buckingham, Sara Bragg and Mary Jane Kehily. - New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. - ISBN 978-1-137-00814-5, Seite 225-241
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Contact

Dr. Kathrin Hörschelmann
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstr. 9
04328 Leipzig
Germany

K_Hoerschelmann(at)ifl-leipzig.de
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-148