Dr. Annegret Haase

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Dr. Annegret Haase
Scientific collaborator

Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology
Helmholtz Centre
for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstr. 15
04318 Leipzig, Germany

phone: +49 - 341 - 235 1735
fax: +49 - 341 - 235 1836
Dr. Annegret Haase

Annegret Haase


Areas of Expertise & Research

  • internationally comparative urban research – reurbanization, urban shrinkage, demographic change in cities and urban governance; social modelling of urban processes
  • transition research (focus on East Central Europe)
  • border regions, EU enlargement (focus on Poland and its eastern neighbouring countries)

Curriculum Vitae

since 5/2012

scientific collaborator at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ; since 3/2013 participation in EU 7FP project "DIVERCITIES - Governing Urban Diversity: Creating Social Cohesion, Social Mobility and Economic Performance in Today's Hyper-diversified Cities" (until 2/2017)

5/2009 - 4/2012

scientific collaborator at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ; EU 7 FP research project "SHRINK SMART - Governance of Shrinkage within a European Context"

5/2006 - 4/2010

scientific collaborator at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ; VW foundation sponsored research project "conDENSE – Social and spatial consequences of demographic change for East central European cities"

11/2002 - 4/2006

scientific collaborator at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ; EU 5 FP research project "Re Urban Mobil - Mobilising reurbanisation on condition of demographic change"

1999 - 2002

Scientific collaborator at the Institute of Regional Geography in Leipzig 2000-2002 DFG sponsored project "Patterns of change and persistence of socio-economic and spatial structures and relations within and between the border regions of Poland and its eastern neighbouring countries in the transition period" 1999 co-editing of the publication "Polen-aktuell" (series "Daten, Fakten, Literatur zur Geographie Europas 6")

Academic qualification

2001

Granting of the doctorate by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Philosophy of the University of Leipzig for Cultural studies; grade "magna cum laude"

1996 - 1999

PhD thesis funded by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SYLFF), topic "South-eastern Poland between transition and reorientation"

1990 - 1995

studies at the University of Leipzig Cultural studies, sociology, ethnology (magistra artium)
1995 final exam (grade "very good")