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Dr. Claudia Gebauer

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Biography

Since 04/2016
Post-Doc at the University of Bonn, Development Geography (AG Prof. Dr. Müller-Mahn)
02/2016
Defense of Doctoral Thesis
11/2015-03/2016
Interim Position with the research group 'Population & Social Geography, Cartography' (Prof. Dr. Eberhard Rothfuß)
08/2015
Submission of Doctoral Thesis
09/2011 - 04/2013 multiple trips to Rwanda amounting to 13 months of field research
From 04/2012Junior Fellow at Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies
From 2012
Staff member (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) and PhD student in the DFG-funded project “Translations of the adaptation paradigm in Eastern Africa” within the research group Political Geography at the Geographical Institute of the University of Bayreuth
From 04/2011Staff member (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin) and PhD student in the DFG-funded project “Translations of the adaptation paradigm in Eastern Africa”, Chair of Population and Social Geography.
09/2008-03/2011Master’s degree course in Cultural Geography at Friedrich-Alexander University, Erlangen-Nürnberg, with sociology as subsidiary subject. Master’s thesis supervised by Dr. Ch. Haferburg and Prof. Dr. G. Glasze (“Die Regenbogen-Nation? Inklusions- und Exklusionsdemarkationen der südafrikanischen Identität im präsidialen Diskurs seit 1996”).
09/2003-08/2008Bachelor’s degree course in European Studies at the University of Passau with Geography and Franco-Romance Studies as special subjects. Spent 9 months in Johannesburg, South Africa, as part of the degree programme. Bachelor’s thesis in geography supervised by Prof. Dr. W. Gamerith (“EGoli verändert sein Gesicht. Wohnräumliche Veränderungen in Johannesburg während dem Ende der Apartheid”).

Dissertation project

Changing Climates: Translating Adaptation in|to Rwanda


Presentations

  • “Klimawandelanpassung in Ruanda”, paper presented in part-time course in geography on “Folgen des Klimawandels”. Universitity of Bayreuth, 11.07.2014.
  • “Shaping the Rwandan Landscape”, paper presented at annual conference of the African Studies Association in Germany (VAD). Bayreuth, 13.06.2014.
  • “Agricultural Modernization in Rwanda”, paper presented at SPP 1448 Workshop on “Modernization and Modernity”. Bayreuth, 07.03.2014.
  • “Klimawandelanpassung als Global Assemblage”, paper presented in FS 69 “Anpassung an Klimawandelfolgen im Nord-Süd Kontext” together with F. Weisser (University of Bonn) at the Deutscher Geographentag. Passau, 04.10.2013.
  • “Ethnographie der Anpassung –  Klimawandelanpassung in Ruanda”, paper presented in FS 15 “Mittendrin statt nur dabei: zum Potenzial der Ethnographie als Methodologie” at the Deutscher Geographentag. Passau, 04.10.2013.
  • “Fluid translations of adaptation to climate change in Rwanda: Challenges of a multi-sited ethnography”, paper presented at the annual conference of the African Studies Association in America. Philadelphia, 1.12.2012.
  • “Processes of Adaptation to Climate Change in Rwanda”, paper presented in panel on “Creativity” at the SPP 1448 summer school “Adaptation and Creativity in Africa”. Maputo, 1.10.2012.
  • “Translations of the ‘Adaptation to Climate Change’ Paradigm in Eastern Africa. Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda”. Paper presented at the first results conference of SPP 1448 “Adaptation and Creativity in Africa”, together with J. Willers and S. de Wit. Maputo, 4.10.2012.
  • “Fieldwork in Rwanda: first findings and future challenges”, paper presented at workshop on “Researching Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa. Social science perspectives and methodological challenges”, organized by the University of Bayreuth, BIGSAS, DIE and UNFCCC. Bonn, 20.01.2012.
  • “Die Regenbogen-Nation? Inklusions- und Exklusionsdemarkationen der südafrikanischen Identität im präsidialen Diskurs seit 1996”, paper presented at the annual conference of the Sub-Saharan Africa Working Group (Arbeitskreis Subsaharisches Afrika). Giessen, 13.05.2011.
Dr. Claudia Gebauer

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Research interests

- political geography
- cultural geography
- discourse theory
- identity theories
- social constructivism
- human-environment relationships
- urban studies

Region: Europe, sub-Saharan Africa


Teaching

  • Winter semester 2012/13: Seminar on Rwanda and research excursion to Rwanda
  • Winter semester 2015/16: Seminar on Rwanda and research excursion to Rwanda
Dr. Claudia Gebauer

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Dr. Claudia Gebauer
Former Staff Member

Universität Bonn
Geographisches Institut Geographische Entwicklungsforschung
Meckenheimer Allee 166
53115 Bonn

Telefon: +49 (0)228 / 73-60684
E-Mail: claudia.gebauer@uni-bayreuth.de

Verantwortlich für die Redaktion: Univ.Prof.Dr. Martin Doevenspeck

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