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Ines Bott
Ansprechpartnerin
Ines Bott, M.A.
Koordination Lehre

ines bottAwb4∂kit edu
Tel.: 0721 608‐46919

Christine Mielke
Ansprechpartnerin
Dr. Christine Mielke
Öffentliche Wissenschaft / Koordination Lehre

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Tel: 0721 608-46920

Olga Pak

M.A., PhD Candidate Olga Pak

Tel.: 0721 / 500 93 11
pak olgaQjz6∂gmail com


Lehrveranstaltungen am ZAK

Sommersemester 2017
Mediated Identities: Exploring Media Representations of People and Places
Smartness of Cities: Digital (and/versus) Civic Intelligence?
Wintersemester 2016/17
A World of Cities: Urban Quests, Failures and Triumphs
Mediated Identities: Exploring Media Representations of People and Places
Sommersemester 2016
Smartness of Cities: Digital (and/versus) Civic Intelligence?
Mediated Identities: Exploring Media Representations of People and Places
Wintersemster 2015/16

A World of Cities
Mediated Identities: Exploring Media Representations of People and Places

Sommersemster 2015 A World of Cities

Mediated Identities: Exploring Media Representations of People and Places

Wintersemester 2014/2015 A World of Cities

Places, People and the Media: Exploring Media Representations of Environments and Identities

Curriculum Vitae

Education
Doctorate program in Sociology/Social Theory, University of Alberta, Canada.
Doctorate program in Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy and Law, Russian Academy of Sciences.
M.A. Honours in Journalism and English, Novosibirsk State University, Russia.

Work Experience
Teaching at the University of Alberta (Department of Sociology), Canada and Novosibirsk State University (Department of Journalism), Russia.
Interdisciplinary research projects (including international collaborations) in the areas of media and communication (Novosibirsk State University, Russia), ethnic, social and cultural studies (Institute of Philosophy and Law, Russia), social well-being of youth (Aberdeen University, UK), and cultural and urban studies (University of Alberta, Canada).

Field of interest: urban and cultural studies; social theory and methodologies of social sciences; qualitative methods (especially interviewing, visual methods, discourse analysis); sociology, social history, and anthropology.