From 27 through 30 March 2019 I will be participating in the 60th Annual Conference of the International Studies Association in Toronto. Together with Tracey Blasenheim (University of Minnesota), I organize a panel on the blurry boundaries of war ("War by other means?", WA24). In the context of this panel, I will present a paper on the relationship between diplomacy and warfare. In addition, together with Christopher Daase (Goethe University Frankfurt) and Dorothy Noyes (Ohio State University) I am convening a panel that explores how exemplary deeds and events shape international politics ("Exemplarity in world politics", FD49). Christopher and I will contribute a co-authored paper on precedents in international politics to this discussion.
I recently moved to New York City to start working on a new research project on practices of diplomacy and warfare (link). Thanks to a generous fellowship from the European Commission, I will be able to spend the academic year 2018/2019 as a postdoctoral fellow at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University. In the fall 2019, I will return to Goethe University Frankfurt and continue to work on the project there. Come back to this site to find updates on how the project progresses!
Welcome to my new homepage! I will use this space to collect all relevant information about my research, both past and ongoing. I hope you will find it interesting.