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MA Julian Hollstegge MA Julian Hollstegge
MA Julian Hollstegge

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Biography

From 10/2014PhD student at BIGSAS “Geographies of border-making at the South Sudan/Uganda border: tracing the travels of international bordering technologies”
03/2014 - 12/2014 

Staff member (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Chair of Social and Population Geography, University of Bayreuth

Since 07/2013

Course Coordinator and Advisor for the B.A. ’African Development Studies in Geography’ (Geographische Entwicklungsforschung Afrikas)

From 10/2012

Staff member (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), Chair of Political Geography, University of Bayreuth

2011-2012

M.A. in Cultural Geography (research) at Royal Holloway, University of London

2011Internship at RUHR.2010 GmbH, Essen
2007-2010Student assistant, Chair of Population and Social Geography, University of Bayreuth
2006-2010 

B.Sc. in Geography (Sociology/Anthropology), University of Bayreuth


Dissertation project

“Geographies of border-making at the South Sudan/Uganda border: tracing the travels of international bordering technologies”

Drawing on border studies in Political Geography, borderlands research in Africa and approaches to the geographies of policy mobility, this project analyses border-making in post-independence South Sudan. It explores the interplay of travelling bordering technologies – border management-related expertise, models, policy concepts, discourses, material techniques and infrastructures mobilised within international agendas –, the bordering practices of the South Sudanese state and its agents, and people’s experiences of everyday border crossing in the South Sudan/Uganda borderland. It asks how travelling bordering technologies are materialized, (re-)assembled and translated in the daily management of trade and migration in the newly independent state. Through empirical research among international organisations, state institutions and along the South Sudan/Uganda border, the project highlights how global circulations are made through the local. Through a grounded geopolitical account of international border management interventions, sovereignty production and the postcolonial state in this context, it contributes towards a more ‚international’ perspective on the contemporary remaking of borders, both empirically and theoretically. 



MA Julian Hollstegge

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Research interests

  • Political, social and cultural geographies
  • border studies
  • qualitative approaches and methods
  • South Sudan, Uganda

Teaching
 

  • Winter semester 2016/17 Seminar on political geography; tutorial on study and work techniques
  • Summer Semester 2016 Seminar on economic geography of Africa
  • Summer Semester 2015 tutorial on qualitative methods (with integrated field exercise on “borderland geographies”); tutorial on qualitative methods and field exercise on „urban geography in Bayreuth“; organization of the des geographical colloquium
  • Winter semester 2014/15 Seminar on political geography (with Martin Doevenspeck); tutorial on study and work techniques, organization of Geographical Colloquium
  • Summer semester 2014 Seminar on social geography; tutorial on qualitative methods (with integrated field exercise on “borderland geographies”)
  • Winter semester 2013/14  Seminar on political geography, excursion “Remembered border: Schirnding and Mödlareuth” (with Martin Doevenspeck); tutorial on study and work techniques
  • Summer semester 2013 Seminar on social geography; seminar on global structures
  • Winter semester 2012/13 Tutorial on study and work techniques
MA Julian Hollstegge

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


Ausgewählte Publikationen

Referierte Beiträge in Zeitschriften (begutachtet)

Hollstegge, Julian; Doevenspeck, Martin
‘Sovereignty Entrepreneurs’ and the Production of State Power in Two Central African Borde ...
In: Geopolitics Bd. 22 (2017)
doi:10.1080/14650045.2017.1359160 ...

Konferenzbeiträge und andere Vorträge (nicht begutachtet)

Hollstegge, Julian
International border policing in South Sudan : translating travelling bordering technologi ...
2017
Geographies for Peace/Geografías por la Paz (Thematic Conference of the IGU commission for Political Geography), La Paz, Bolivien

Hollstegge, Julian
Policy mobilities und ihre Grenzen : eine politische Geographie von Grenzmanagement im Süd ...
2016
Geographisches Kolloquium der Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth

Hollstegge, Julian
Grenzmanagement im Südsudan zwischen Projekt und Praxis : zur Komplexität der Zirkulation ...
2016
Komplexe Grenzen: Dimensionen - Dynamiken - Technologien, Frankfurt a.d. Oder

Hollstegge, Julian
De-centering the European border regime? : A view on what matters in managing mobility at ...
2016
What matters? New Materialities and material-semiotic perspectives within critical migration and border regime studies, München

Hollstegge, Julian
International border policing and the geographies of border management in southern South S ...
2015
BIGSAS Colloquium, Bayreuth

Hollstegge, Julian
Mobile policies, cross-border mobility and a state in the making : performing borders in s ...
2014
Association for Borderlands Studies World Conference, Joensuu/St. Petersburg

Hollstegge, Julian
G/grenzen als Assemblage : Akteure, Praxis und Räume von Grenzziehungen im südlichen Südsu ...
2013
Netzwerktreffen Humangeographie Bamberg/Bayreuth/Erlangen, Heiligenstadt

Hollstegge, Julian
"Follow the Border" : Konzeption und Empirie einer Grenzgeographie im südlichen Südsudan
2013
Deutscher Geographentag, Passau

Hollstegge, Julian
From Border Narratives and Practices to the Border Multiple? Conceptual and Methodological ...
2013
African Borderlands Research Network PhD Winter School, Saint Louis

Hollstegge, Julian
Narrating and practising the state border between Uganda and Southern Sudan
2011
African Borderlands Research Network Annual Conference, Lissabon

Rezension

Hutta, Jan S.; Sosnowski, Sandra; Teufel, Nicolai; Hannah, Matthew G.; Cortiel, Jeanne; Hollstegge, Julian
Mezzadra, Sandro ; Neilson, Brett: Border as Method, or, the Multiplication of Labor. Durh ...
Progress in Human Geography
2015
doi:10.1177/0309132514535656 ...

MA Julian Hollstegge

Faculty of Biology, Chemistry & Earth Sciences
Political Geography


MA Julian Hollstegge
Staff member (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter), academic counsellor for African Development Studies in Geography (GEFA)

Raum: 153, GEO II

Office hours : consultation by arrangement

Telefon: +49 (0)921 / 55-2285
E-Mail: julian.hollstegge@uni-bayreuth.de

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

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