Teaching

My BA lectures are available for free through the university’s online registration system (Unikennung or a guest account).

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WS 2016/17

Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online)

Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Political Scientists (MA level)

Lecture

Seminars

Research Colloquium

SS 2016

Sabbatical Term

WS 2015/16

Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online)

Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Political Scientists (MA level)

Lecture

Seminar (with Florian Rabuza)

Political Decision-making, Political Leadership and Governance: Political Psychology from a Comparative Perspective (MA level, with Florian Rabuza)

Research Colloquium

SS 2015

Statistics for Political Science (online)

Research Colloquium

Numbers and Politics: applied statistics for political science part II

WS 2014/15

Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online)

Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Political Scientists (MA level)

Lecture

Seminar (with Florian Rabuza)

Political Decision-making, Political Leadership and Governance: Political Psychology from a Comparative Perspective (MA level, with Florian Rabuza)

Numbers and Politics: applied statistics for political science

Research Colloquium

SS 2014

Statistics for Political Science (online)

Who Governs? The Comparative Analysis of Political Elites in Europe

Introduction to Political Science Methods for Teachers-To-Be

Research Colloquium

WS 2013/14

Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online)

Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Political Scientists (MA level)

Lecture

Seminar (with Florian Rabuza)

Political Decision-making, Political Leadership and Governance: Political Psychology from a Comparative Perspective (MA level, with Florian Rabuza)

Research Colloquium

SS 2013

No teaching

WS 2012/2013

*Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online)

Research Design, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods for Political Scientists (MA level)

Lecture

Seminars (with Florian Rabuza)

Research Colloquium

SS 2012

*Introduction to Statistics in Political Science (online)

Who Governs? The Comparative Analysis of Political Elites in Europe

Introduction to Political Science Methods for Teachers-To-Be

Research Colloquium

WS 2011/2012

*Introduction to Empirical Social Research (online week 3 onwards)

Individuals and Politics: Introduction to Political Science

Social Policy and Welfare State in Germany