CRC 1342 introducing itself: Uncovering white spots

In an interview Johanna Kuhlmann, who moved from TU Braunschweig to the CRC 1342, explains why social policy combines the small things with the big picture and why it appeals to her to discover something new in the familiar.

Read more // 13.08.2018

Dr. Johanna Kuhlmann
Dr. Johanna Kuhlmann

CRC 1342 Introducing itself: "Why did this happen?"

Dr. Dennis Niemann
Dr. Dennis Niemann
As a young boy Dennis Niemann was fascinated with dinosaurs and wanted to become a paleontologist. Today, as a political scientist at the University of Bremen, he prefers to look for social mechanisms and patterns rather than petrified bones. A conversation about education policy, international organisations and coincidences in the academic career.

Read more // 25.07.2018

PISA and Co. - what influence do private companies have?

Camilla Addey from Columbia University raises this question in her research project "ILSA Inc.", which she recently presented at CRC 1342.

Read more // 18.07.2018

Dr. Camilla Addey
Dr. Camilla Addey