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Research Projects: Ongoing

ERC Advanced Grant

ERC Advanced Grant "Rewilding the Anthropocene"

Human-Animal Assemblages in the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area

Support: European Reserach Counil (ERC)

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michael Bollig

Duration
Funding Phase: 2022- 2027 ( 5 years) | Budget: 2.490.285 €

FOR 5183 | Migration, Intersectionality and Institutional Interaction: Experiences of African Migrants in the United Arab Emirates

Project within FOR 5183 Cross-border Mobility and Institutional Dynamics

Support: Deutsche Forschugnsgemeinschaf
Cooperation Partners: Univ. Siegen

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michaela Pelican

Duration
Funding Phase: 2022- ( years) | Budget Sub-Project: 375.404

Sozialanthropologie und China

Sozialanthropologie und China

Ko-Konstruktionen von ethnographischen und akademischen Regionen

Support: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

Project management: Prof. Dr. Susanne Brandtstädter

Duration:
Funding Phase 11/2021 - 10/2024 (3 years) | Budget: 57.091 €

VW - Research Unit

VW - Research Unit "The Production and Reproduction of Social Inequalities"

Global contexts and concepts of labour exploitation

Support: Volkswagen Foundation

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michaela Pelican
Staff: Dr. Jonathan Ngeh, Ulrike Wesch, M.A.
Website: https://socialinequalities.uni-koeln.de/

Duration:
Funding Phase: 2020-2024 (48 month) | Budget 1.258.900 €

VW - Research Unit

VW - Research Unit "The Production and Reproduction of Social Inequalities": Special Project on COVID-19

Communication during and after COVID-19: (re)producing social inequalities and/or opportunities among African migrants in the United Arab Emirates and China

Support: Volkswagen Foundation

Project management: Dr. Jonathan Ngeh, Prof. Dr. Michaela Pelican, Prof. Dr. Tu Huynh

Website: https://socialinequalities.uni-koeln.de/covid-19-project

Duration
Funding Phase: 2020-2021 (18 Monate) | Budget: 117.600 €

SFB/TR 228 - Future Rural Africa

SFB/TR 228 - Future Rural Africa

Future-Making and Social-Ecological Transformation (Collaborative Research Centre SFB TR 228)

Support: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Cooperation Partners: University of Bonn, Dep. of Geography

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michael Bollig, Prof. Dr. Detlef Müller-Mahn, University of Bonn

Website: www.crc228.de

Duration
1. Funding Phase: 2018-2022 (4 years) | Budget: ca. 9 Mio €
2. Funding Phase: 2022-2025

 

SFB TR 228  | A04 Future Conservation

SFB TR 228 | A04 Future Conservation

Towards an African Eden? Shifting bio-cultural frontiers and the (re)coupling of social-ecological relations in the conservation areas

Support: German Research Foundation (DFG)

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michael Bollig
Staff: Dr. Hauke-Peter Vehrs, Lacan, Léa M.A.
Website: https://www.crc228.de/projects/project-a04-future-conservation/

Duration
1. Funding Phase: 2018-2022 (4 years) | Budget Sub-Project: 485.100 €
2. Funding Phase: 2022-2025 |

SFB 1187 | B04 Digital Publics and Social Transformation in the Maghreb

SFB 1187 | B04 Digital Publics and Social Transformation in the Maghreb

Support: German Research Foundation (DFG)
Cooperation Partners: University of Siegen

Project management: Prof. Dr. Martin Zillinger, Prof. Dr. Volker Wulf, Dr. Markus Rohde
Staff: Dr.Nina ter Laan, Simon Holdermann, Konstantin Aal, Dr. Peter Tolmie, Sara Rüller
Website: https://www.mediacoop.uni-siegen.de/en/projects/b04/

Duration
Funding Phase: since 2016

Emmy Noether Program | DELTA

Emmy Noether Program | DELTA

Volatile Waters and the Hydrosocial Anthropocene in Major River Deltas

Support: Emmy Noether Program of the German Research Association

Project management: Dr. Franz Krause
Staff: Benoit Ivars, Nora Horisberger,
Website: http://delta.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/

Duration
Funding phase: 2016-2021 (60 months); Budget: 1.358.375 €

Future-Making, Environmental Change and Socio-economic Transformations in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Future-Making, Environmental Change and Socio-economic Transformations in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Support: German Research Foundation (DFG)

Project management: PD Dr. Michaela Haug
Staff: David Meschede, M.A.,
Website: http://futuremakingkalimantan.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/41490.html?&L=1

Duration:
Funding Phase: 2019-2022 (36 months) | Budget: 226.830 €

Processes of rapid and profound social and environmental change characterize the remaining rainforest areas of Indonesia. We explore these transformations as manifestations of future making und place the aspirations of local actors at centre stage. Future making refers to the ways in which visions and expectations of the future inform action in the present und how consequently the future is produced in the present.

Taking East Kalimantan as a point of departure, we study practices of future making in an interplay of numerous actors, various interests, and institutional settings linked across manifold scales. We explore diverse visions of the future and values linked to aspirations for a “better” life. Furthermore, we investigate how visions of the future are expressed, in which temporal and spatial frames of reference they are placed and how they are translated into practice.

NamTip: Social and Cultural Implications of Desertification Tipping Points in the Namibian East Communal Rangelands

NamTip: Social and Cultural Implications of Desertification Tipping Points in the Namibian East Communal Rangelands

Sub-Project 3 of BioTip. Understanding and Managing Desertification Tipping Points in Dryland Social-Ecological Systems

Support: BMBF

Project management: Prof. Dr. Michael Bollig, Dr. Diego Menestrey Schwieger

Website: https://www.namtip.uni-bonn.de/

Duration
Funding Phase: 2019-2022 (36 months) | Budget Sub-Project: 333.366 €