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Herr Prof. Dr. Holger Straßheim

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Professur für Politische Soziologie

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Prof. Dr. Holger Straßheim befindet sich im WS2022/23 im Forschungsfreisemester. Für diesen Zeitraum können keine Betreuungen oder Gutachten übernommen werden. Die Veranstaltungen im Rahmen der Politischen Soziologie und des HEPS finden wie gewohnt statt. Bitte wenden Sie sich für weitere Fragen an Janina Frosch (sekretariat.strassheim@uni-bielefeld.de).

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2. Fakultät für Soziologie / Arbeitsbereiche / Arbeitsbereich 4 - Politik und Gesellschaft

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Professur für Politische Soziologie

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Studiengangsbeauftragter MA Politische Kommunikation

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Fakultätskonferenz (Mitglied Hochschullehrer)

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MA-Prüfungsausschuss (Mitglied des Lehrkörpers)

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BA-Prüfungsausschuss (Mitglied des Lehrkörpers)

Curriculum Vitae

Holger Strassheim is Professor of Political Sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany. He has researched and taught at the Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) in Amsterdam, the Berlin Social Science Center (WZB), the Institute for Advanced Studies at Bologna University, Bremen University, the Collège d’études mondiales in Paris, the Centre for Global Cooperation Research Duisburg, Darmstadt University, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, and Humboldt University. In his work he explores the intertwinement of science and politics in world society, the role of expertise and evidence in public policy, the ways economic discourses shape social regulation and the governance networks in and between policy areas such as consumer policy, energy, mobility, and climate change. He is a member of the editorial board of the Critical Policy Studies Journal and co-editor of the Advances in Critical Policy Book Series. Among his most recent publications are “Time, Sustainability, and Public Policy” (The Oxford Handbook of and Politics, 2021), “Who are behavioural public policy experts and how are they organised globally?” (Policy and Politics, 2021) and the ‘Handbook of Behavioural Change and Public Policy’ (2019, co-edited with S. Beck.).

Professional background

since 2018 Professor of Political Sociology (W2), Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University

2016-17 Visiting Professor, Political Sociology and Social Policy, Department of Social Sciences, Humboldt University Berlin (winter term, in lieu of Prof. Dr. Friedbert Rüb)

2013-14 Visiting Professor, Comparative Social Policy and Theories of the Welfare State, Centre for Social Policy Research, University of Bremen (winter term, in lieu of Prof. Dr. Herbert Obinger and Prof. Dr. Frank Nullmeier)

2012-13 Visiting Professor of Public Policy and Governance, Institute of Political Science, University of Technology Darmstadt (winter and summer term)

2010-18 Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Humboldt University Berlin

2009 Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Science, University of Technology Darmstadt

2008-09 Research Fellow, Dep. Cultural Sources of Newness, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2002-08 Research Fellow, Dep. Innovation and Organization, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

1999-2002 Research Fellow, Dep. Technology-Work-Environment, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

Education

2010 Dr. rer. soc., University of Tübingen (summa cum laude)

1997 Diploma, Political Science, Free University Berlin (with distincion)

1993 Pre-Diploma, Political Science/Law/Media Studies, University of Marburg

Awards and Fellowships

2018 Visiting Research Fellow, Fondation maison des sciences de l’homme, Collège d’études mondiales, Paris (March 2018)

2016 Visiting Research Fellow, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University Duisburg-Essen (spring term)

2014 Visiting Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Program on Science, Technology and Society, Harvard University, Cambridge/MA (spring term)

2014 - current Visiting Fellow, Research Group on Science Policy, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2011 Best Dissertation Award, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Tübingen

2009-10 Visiting Fellow, Virtual Knowledge Studio, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Professional Activities

• Board member of Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science (ISOS), Bielefeld University
• Co-Director, Institute for World Society Studies, Bielefeld University
• Steering Committee Adviser and Reviewer, Enlightenment 2.0 Initiative, Joint Research Center, European Commission
• Member of the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science (ISOS), Bielefeld University
• Member, Editorial Board and Chair, Herbert Gottweis Award Commission, Critical Policy Studies Journal
• Co-Editor, Advances in Critical Policy Analysis Book Series
• Advisory Board, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research
• Co-speaker, working group “Politics, Science and Technology”, German Political Science Association
• Science and Democracy Network (SDN), Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Reviewer

Critical Policy Studies, Der Moderne Staat, Environmental Policy Analysis, European Policy Analysis, Evidence & Policy, Futures, Innovation, Internet Policy Review, Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Leviathan, Nature and Culture, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Policy Studies, Policy Science, Science and Public Policy, Public Administration, Sozialer Fortschritt, Sustainable Development, World Review of European Policy Analysis, WIREs Climate Change, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, Zeitschrift für Sozialreform, Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung

All publications

https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/person/124639288

Aktuelle Forschungsthemen

Research Areas

• Political Sociology
• Public Policy and Governance
• Science and Policy in World Society
• Critical Policy Analysis (Employment policy, Welfare, Food safety, Consumer policy, Energy, Mobility, Climate policy)
• Organizations and Networks
• Comparative Welfare State Research
• Economic Discourses and Social Regulation
• Time and Public Policy

Research grants (selective)

2023 „Evidence-based benevolence? The role of philanthropic organizations global public policies“, Workshop funded by the Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZIF), Bielefeld University, on the role of global philanthropic organizations in areas such as global public health, climate change or poverty alleviation. Applicants and chairs: Prof. Dr. Alexandra Kaasch, PD Dr. Marc Mölders, Prof. Dr. Oliver Razum, and, Prof. Dr. Holger Straßheim (all Bielefeld University) together with Dr. Evelyn Moser (Forum Internationale Wissenschaft, Bonn University).

2022-2025 "The Worldviews of Ice: Constructions of the Arctic at the Science/Politics Interface”. Research project (principal investigators: Mathias Albert and Holger Straßheim, in cooperation with Daniela Portella Sampaio), funded by the German Research Foundation. The project studies how competing narratives of the Arctic, imbued with geopolitical images, are produced in, and altered through, closely interconnected epistemic communities that link the sciences to politics. The aim of the project is (1) to trace how these images are co-produced at relevant interfaces between scientific and political communities dealing with Arctic issues, (2) to inquire about how these images are transmitted into, and received within, wider Arctic epistemic communities, and (3) to show in an exemplary fashion how such images can influence, and actually have influenced, policy-making.

2020-21 "Expertise and Ethics in Times of Crisis: Political controversies and ethical dilemmas in the COVID-19 Pandemic“. Strategic funding by Bielefeld University to support the development of a research project and to establish an international expert and policy network (in cooperation with Dr. Jessica Pykett, University of Birmingham, and Dr. Robert Lepenies, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig

2017 Mapping the Global Networks of Behavioural Public Policy, Humboldt University/National University of Singapore (PI, with Prof. Dr. Michael Howlett, Dr. Sreeja Nair), funded by NUS Behavioural Sciences and the Politics of Simplification, Villa Vigoni Conference, (PI, with Dr. Robert Lepenies, Dr. Kathrin Loer), funded by German Research Foundation, April 2017

2016-19 WZB-Mercator-Forum “Science and Policy”. Transdisciplinary conference series, Humboldt University Berlin and WZB Berlin Social Science Center (with Dr. Dagmar Simon), funded by the Mercator Foundation

2016-19 NEXUS: Challenges at the interface between climate policy, energy policy, consumer policy and mobility, Humboldt University Berlin and WZB Berlin Social Science Center (PI, with Prof. Dr. Andreas Knie and Dr. Dagmar Simon) funded by the Mercator Foundation

2015-16 Using expertise and evidence in consumer policy and energy policy, Humboldt University Berlin and WZB Berlin Social Science Center (PI, with Prof. Dr. Friedbert Rüb and Dr. Dagmar Simon), funded by the Mercator Foundation

2011-14 Studying the Changing Orders of Political Expertise (SCOPE), WZB Berlin Social Science Center, (PI, with Dr. Dagmar Simon, Prof. Dr. Michael Hutter), funded by the Volkswagen Foundation

2011 -14 Knowledge politics and welfare state change –German and British labor market policies, University of Darmstadt (with Prof. Dr. Hubert Heinelt), funded by the German Research Foundation DFG

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