Dr. Sandrine Gukelberger


Contact:

 

Research Fellow at the section of Sociology

Room: GB 03/140

Consultation hours during the lecture-free time:

- 25.07., 15:00 - 16:00 o'clock

- 09.08., 12:30 - 13:30 o'clock

- 14.08., 12:00 - 13:00 o'clock

- 22.08., 14:00 - 15:00 o'clock

Please use the doodle list to make an appointment.

E-Mail: sandrine.gukelberger@ruhr-uni-bochum.de

 

Research and teaching topics:

 

- Decentralization and Democratization

- Urban Governance

- Participation and Gender

- Resistance, Protest and Social Movements

- Southern Africa (South Africa) and West Africa (Senegal)


Publications:

 

Peer reviewed publications:

 

2018:

 

Urban Politics after Apartheid. London: Routledge.

 

2018:

 

Youth, and the politics of the generational memories (Soweto riots, South Africa). In: Anne-Marie Peatrik and Muriel Champy (ed.) Pour une anthropologie critique de la jeunesse en Afrique, Ateliers d'anthropologgie, Laboratoire d'ethnologie et de sociologie comparative (forthcoming).

 

2016:

 

La chercheuse en prise avec les différentes formes de violence sur le terrain au Cap. In: Eric Perera and Yann Beldame (ed.) In Situ: situations, interactions et récits d'enquête, Paris: L'Harmattan, p. 91-100.

 

Further publications:

 

2018:

 

Protest und translokale Praktiken. Nachwuchs-Netzwerke, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut Essen and Universitätsallianz Metropole Ruhr, p. 22-27.

 

2015:

 

Resilienz und Protestkultur zwischen Beharrung und Innovation. Essay, a blog concerning Das Paradox der Resilienz, medico international.

 

2013:

 

Whose Rainbow Nation? Local Politics and Belonging in Cape Town, South Africa. Faculty of Sociology, University of Bielefeld, unpublished PhD-Thesis.

 

2011:

 

Dynamics of Decentralising South Africa. Working Paper No. 366, Sociology of Development and Social Anthropology, University of Bielefeld.

 

2011:

 

Violence in the Field. Working Paper No. 367, Sociology of Development and Social Anthropology, University of Bielefeld.

 

2003:

 

Erdölstaaten am Golf von Guinea – Wachstumsregion oder Krisenherd? (Berlin, 05.05.2003). Conference report in: africa spectrum 38/1, p. 127-129.

 

2003:

 

How People Elect Their Leaders. Parties, Party System and Elections in Africa south of Sahara (Hamburg, 22.-23.05.2003). Conference report in: africa spectrum 38/1, p. 125-127.

 

 

Academic Background:

 

since 04.2017

 

Research Fellow and Interim Junior Professorship of Sociology of Development and Internationalisation, Faculty of Social Science, Ruhr-University Bochum  

 

10.2015 - 03.2017

 

Research Fellow at the Faculty of Social Science, Ruhr-University Bochum 

 

10.2014 - 09.2015

 

Maternity cover for the Junior Professorship of Sociology of Development and Internationalisation, and Lecturer at the Faculty of Social Science, Ruhr-University Bochum

 

07. - 09.2014

 

Postdoc, Faculty of Sociology, Transnationalisation and Development Research Centre, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bielefeld

 

03.2013 - 04.2014

 

 

 

Research Fellow, Project Micro dynamics of political communication in the world society. The social life of the concept of democracy in Senegal and Bangladesh”, funded by the German Research Foundation

04.2010 - 02.2013

 

 

Research Fellow at the Faculty of Sociology, Transnationalisation and Development Research Centre, Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bielefeld

 

Research Stays Abroad:

 

12.2013 - 02.2014

 

Explorative fieldwork in Senegal (Dakar, Kaolack), funded by the German Research Foundation 

 

11.2005 - 04.2007

 

Visiting PhD at the Faculty of Sociology, University of Cape Town and fieldwork in South Africa, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service

 

01.2004 - 04.2004

 

Explorative fieldwork in South Africa (Cape Town, Johannesburg)

 

Finalized Projects:

 

04.2015 - 08.2017

 

Netzwerk- und Projektförderung „Protest und translokale Praktiken, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut (KWI) Essen

 

03.2015

 

Politische Kultur in Bangladesch und Senegal: Urbane Protestbewegungen im transregionalen Vergleich, funded by the Mercator Research Centre Ruhr, together with Prof. Dr. Eva Gerharz and Prof. Dr. Christian Meyer