www.fau.eu CONTENT PREFACE Prof. Dr. Rainer Trinczek Dean of the Faculty Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy Chair of Sociology I

PREFACE ______3 How would you describe the approach taken to What makes Erlangen and Nuremberg an research at the Faculty of Humanities, Social interesting place to work, especially for social I THE FACULTY: PART OF A STRONG UNIVERSITY ______4 Sciences, and Theology? scientists and researchers in the humanities and religious studies? FAU therefore offer excellent opportunities for all THE FACULTY IN NUMBERS ______6 The Faculty with its 140 professorships and 500 scientists and scholars who wish to venture into A WORLD-CLASS EDUCATION ______8 academic staff covers a broad spectrum of disciplines Today, innovation emerges most frequently from pioneering transdisciplinary research. FOCUS ON INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING _ _ _ _ _ 10 in the humanities, cultural, social and behavioural collaborative research and the call for multidisci- A WIDE SPECTRUM OF RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES _ _ _ _ _ 14 sciences, representing a wide range of different aca- plinary, interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary net- What do you personally like most about demic cultures. This explains why there is no uniform works is becoming ever louder. The broad range of II living here? CULTURE I LANGUAGE I SOCIETY _ _ _ _ _ 20 approach to research at our Faculty; the spectrum disciplines offered by our Faculty and FAU creates LINGUISTIC, LITERARY AND CULTURAL STUDIES _ _ _ _ _ 22 ranges from individual research ‘in solitude and free- an excellent research environment with an outlook Apart from really enjoying working at FAU, I particularly HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES _ _ _ _ _ 24 dom’ (W.v.Humboldt) to externally funded projects and towards developments and networking appreciate that Erlangen is a family-friendly and green SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES _ _ _ _ _ 26 large collaborative research projects. trends. At FAU, Digital Humanities benefits from city. The infrastructure is well developed, the distances DIDACTICS AND EDUCATION _ _ _ _ _ 30 Despite these different research cultures, what unites the interaction of humanities subjects with com- are short and Erlangen is a very bicycle-friendly city. THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES _ _ _ _ _ 32 the Faculty is the pursuit of excellence in research and puter science, Psychology shares expertise with In addition, the Nuremberg Metropolitan Region offers the goal of providing young scientists at the beginning the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Engi- excellent cultural and leisure facilities and Franconian III A REGION FOCUSSING ON RESEARCH _ _ _ _ _ 34 of their academic careers with the best possible con- neering in the research network ‘Health in the Life Switzerland, a hiker’s paradise with one of the highest QUALITY OF LIFE _ _ _ _ _ 35 ditions for developing their creative potential. At the Course’, and the scope of theological research is densities of breweries worldwide, is just a stone’s CAMPUS MAPS _ _ _ _ _ 36 same time, the Faculty promotes the unity of research broadened by the co-existence of Protestant and throw away. is a good place to live. CONTACT _ _ _ _ _ 39 and teaching and offers its students programmes that Islamic Theology at the Faculty of Humanities, are oriented towards state-of-the-art research. Social Sciences, and Theology. Our Faculty and Frontpage: Sabine Pfeiffer, professor of Sociology, explores the linkage between technology, labor, and society


The Erlangen Schloss FAU: One of the top 20 universities in FAU remains at the top of one of the is home to most prestigious categories in the Founded in 1743, FAU has a rich history. Today, it is not only one of the QS the Executive Board QS World University Ranking. largest universities in Germany, but also a leading research university with World University and University The University is again at the top of an international outlook. Top positions in both national and international Administration Ranking the national ranking this year for the rankings, as well as the high amount of DFG funding which its research- number of citations per researcher ers are able to secure, reflect FAU’s outstanding research and teaching. 2020 and remains among the best 20 universities in the world.

38,494 students 4,000 academic staff (including 585 professors) 261 degree programmes 5 faculties 200.7 million euros third-party funding 500 partnerships with universities all over the world

University founded Erlangen Schloss Universitätsklinikum Faculty of Sciences Faculty of Business, Faculty of Faculty of Education Faculty of Humanities, by Margrave Friedrich officially donated Erlangen founded founded Economics and Engineering founded established Social Science, and of Brandenburg- to the University Social Sciences Theology established Bayreuth established in its present form


The Kollegienhaus A place of highly diversified research and is a central seminary study opportunities building of the Faculty situated in the green With about 10,000 students and 140 full professors, the Faculty of Hu- heart of Erlangen manities, Social Sciences, and Theology is one of the largest entities at FAU. Its research areas and range of degree programmes cover approxi- mately 50 academic disciplines. A specific feature of the Faculty is that all departments are involved in teacher training. More than 20 teaching degree programmes serve to prepare student teachers for the different 9,612 students types of school in the German education system. 500 academic staff Students by degree (WS 2018/19, CEUS report 1.05A) 140 full professors

3804 BA 3589 LA 32 institutes 19 interdisciplinary centers 98 degree programmes, including 36 bachelor programmes 41 master programmes 21 teacher training programmes

175 other 156 Doc 1500 MA 228 Church


Established in 1743 Highly diversified study opportunities Quality management by two idealistic founders, FAU offers Our students can choose from a unique spectrum of subjects in the A quality management system has been in place since 2009 to sup- enthusiastic and humanities and social sciences, including educational and religious port the degree programmes in the process of continuous development dedicated young studies. There is an almost unparalleled range of combinations and in- and compliance with external requirements. Within the framework of people the ideal place dividual study options within the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree pro- this quality management system, the Accreditation Council, following to study, and has grammes. Some Master’s degree programmes are taught entirely or part- the successful system accreditation of FAU in 2016, accredits degree demonstrated com- ly in English, others are especially designed for working professionals. programmes. In the quality management system of FAU, the ‘4×4 mod- mitment to increasing A Bachelor’s degree programme typically lasts 3 years (180 ECTS cred- el’ interlinks the four levels (university, faculty, degree programme and the number of women its) and can be followed by a Master’s degree programme lasting 2 module) with the four dimensions of quality (quality policy and culture, in science years (120 ECTS credits). structural quality, process quality, and result quality).

1.- 3. Semester Studies 4.- 6. Semester Degree Bachelor Preliminary Examina- Studies & B.A./B-Sc. tion Bachelor‘s Thesis GOP

4. Semester Degree Master 1.- 3. Semester Studies Master‘s Thesis M.A./M.Sc.


International students by region International degree programmes

Development Economics and North American Studies international Studies (DEIS) Research-oriented study of the U.S., Canada and International Master’s degree programme the Anglophone Caribbean. Europe at the interface between Economics and 531 Politics.

North Physical Activity and Health English Studies America International Master’s degree programme Research-oriented programme which offers an in-depth USA + Canada at the interface between Public Health, study of the branches Culture and Literature and/or 44 269 Rehabilitation Science, and Health Promotion. Linguistics and Applied Linguistics.

Africa 57 Latin Human Rights The / Las Américas America Prerequisites: one year of professional Unique combination of interdisciplinary comparative 53 experience (continuing education). studies on North and South America. Course Languages Tuition Fee: 4.900 €. are Spanish and English. Australia 1

All degree programmes Standards of Decision-Making European Master in listed are on Master’s across Cultures (SDAC) Lexicography (EMLex) level. Interdisciplinary Master’s degree programme International and interdisciplinary degree programme None of them requires offering key skills regarding in cooperation with universities in , Hungary, Poland, knowledge of German decision-making processes in the East. , Portugal, Spain and South Africa. Teaching language: as a prerequisite International degree seeking and exchange students by world region German and English. As it is a Erasmus+ joint (except EMLex). (WS 19/20, CEUS report 1.101 C) Master’s degree programme, EU study scholarships are available.


The Department An international research focus of Manuscripts houses the The Faculty’s researchers collaborate with scholars and partner uni- Partner universities worldwide treasures of the versities throughout Europe and the world. The Faculty is actively University Library involved in shaping and maintaining the worldwide network of FAU and is accessible partner universities. Latin America 15 in the context of Europe 153 research Top countries of origin of international researchers 26

Africa 8 COUNTRY 2016 - 2018 China 28 Asia 29 Iraq 25 Switzerland 14 USA 14 Spain 13 Ukraine 11 Italy 10 Japan 9

Iran 8 If you are interested in i Armenia 6 initiating a partnership, please contact 6 Kerstin Maurer, Egypt 6 International Office of the Mexico 6 Faculty: [email protected] tel. ++49 9131 85 23028


Professor Axel Kuhn, Support for young researchers expert in reading culture and book pub- Traditionally, doctoral candidates in Germany are responsible for shap- lishing in a changing ing their own individual doctoral degree based on independent research. media environment, In addition, numerous doctoral programmes, research training groups at the university’s and graduate programmes can offer a structured approach to a doctoral Botanical Garden – degree. a popular space to take the indoors out Prerequisite: Individual design Doctoral programmes of the Faculty Master degree Supervisor • Anthropology of Religion(s) Abstract & CV • Classical World Graduate Centre of FAU • Gerontology (docdaten) • Literature and Culture • Research into Teaching and Learning • Fine Arts Colloquium • Media, books and Visual Studies • Human Rights and Ethics in Geriatric Medicine • Sociology i • Exercise and Health When you start your doctoral pro- • Museum shaping Cultural History ject at FAU, the Graduate Centre (VW/GNM) can provide you with all the infor- mation you need and the FAU Wel- come Centre is there to support you in all organisational issues.


Guest researchers Excellent structure for research are part of the FAU family from The Faculty seeks to create the best possible conditions to ensure the understanding of American literature and culture and of American-Ger- day one high quality of the training and supervision of doctoral candidates, post- man relations past and present. Professor Heike Paul focuses on the doctoral researchers, and habilitation candidates. FAU and the Fac- observation of transatlantic relations in the context of a broadly defined ulty support new researchers through an onboarding process, training concept of migration. courses for doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers, regular networking events, and individual advice and support when applying Lingustics Lab for third-party funding. The FAU Current Research Information System Funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, a group from the – CRIS lists all projects and publications of FAU scholars (cris.fau.de). chairs of Language and Cognition, Computational Corpus Linguistics The most visible projects at the Faculty funded by third parties are the and English Philology and Linguistics are working on this long-term International Consortium for Research in the Humanities ‘Fate, Free- project. In cooperation with the University of Birmingham (UK), they are dom and Prognostication’, Leibniz Prize winner Heike Paul, the Linguis- investigating individual differences in first language and second/foreign tics Lab, the research cluster ‘Capital4Health’ and the UNESCO Chair language acquisition and attainment. in Arts and Culture in Education. Research Cluster Capital4Health Capital4Health aims to develop and explore options for an active life- International Consortium IKGF style for diverse populations and professional actors as well as the The International Consortium for Research in the Humanities ‘Fate, Free- development and exploration of structural capacities at organisational dom and Prognostication’ at FAU is one of ten Käte Hamburger Kollegs and systemic level. The transdisciplinary network consists of research in Germany that foster pioneering research in the humanities and gain institutions (national and international) as well as practice and political their special dynamic through high-ranking international scholars. IKGF partners. aims to uncover the historical foundations of prognostication with their impact on our immediate present and our way of dealing with the future. UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education The UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education is actively involved Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize (DFG) in American Studies in research at a local, national (Council for Culture in Education / Rat für The most important research award in Germany was awarded to the Kulturelle Bildung e.V.) and international level (UNITWIN programme ‘Arts Faculty’s Professor of American Studies for her contribution to a greater Education Research for Cultural Diversity and Sustainable Development’).


Expertise in Digital Humanities The Faculty as part of AI Local time machine Europe project: research network FAU Big Data of the Past The University of Erlangen-Nuremberg is an The Nürnberg Time Machine is a huge scientific exemplary location for COMPREHENSIVE AI hub project to enable big data of the past. Local (AI) pattern recognition and machine learning. and European will be made accessible Already in 1975, Prof. Heinrich Niemann estab- for newest AI technologies as well as for citizen lished the first chair dealing with AI. His work téchnē Campus Network for Digital Humanities and science projects. Focusing on the time traveling objects on pattern recognition yielded fundamental re- Social Sciences we can follow them through time and space to discover search in the areas of computer vision, speech téchnē is a network of Bavarian universities in the digital our cultural heritage in an innovative way. The Nürnberg comprehension and medical imaging. After humanities run by the universities of Erlangen-Nuremberg Time Machine is a cooperative project with museums, FAU has raised numerous additional research (FAU), Munich (LMU) and Regensburg (UR). The partici- archives and other research institutions all over Europe. topics around AI, the Machine Learning and pating institutes and competence centres combine their special research profiles in the field of digital humanities Digitalization in aesthetic, arts and FUNDAMENTAL and social sciences in a common effort. téchnē is funded AI IN MEDICINE AI IN MANUFACTURING by the Free State of . cultural education – a Meta-Project AI RESEARCH Assigned to the priority programme »Digitalization in aesthetic, arts and cultur- Data Analytics lab was just founded in 2017, Interdisciplinary Centre for al education«, funded by the German Ministry supported by a Heisenberg Professorship AI MAP the “Digital Humanities” are one crucial topic Digital Humanities and Social Sciences of Research and Education (BMBF), the (DFG). Based on its extant AI research, FAU which is pushed by an interdisciplinary task (IZ Digital) Meta-Project explores effects of digitalization on aes- has compiled five clusters that are presented force composed of computer science and hu- IZdigital interlinks interdisciplinary research on digital hu- thetic, arts and cultural education focusing on theoreti- in the FAU AI Map. manities scholars. Moreover, thanks to a tight manities and social sciences at FAU with various extra- cal and qualitative empirical as well as quantitative ap- contact to the German National Museum in mural institutions and companies in the region of Erlangen proaches. It reflects on interdisciplinary and international The scholars of the Faculty stand for Compre- Nuremberg, the Faculty is part of the Europe- and Nuremberg. IZdigital is responsible for the Bachelor’s topics on digitalization, evaluates them in terms of their hensive AI touching upon ethical aspects, ana- an large-scale project “Time Machine”, a joint degree programme in Digital Humanities and Social social and educational significance and advances the lysing the impact of AI on work environments endeavor with focus on the cultural heritage of Sciences and for the Master’s degree programme in Digital transfer of scientific findings into practice. In addition, and examining how AI changes recruiting. EMBEDDED AI Europe. Humanities. the Meta-Project promotes networking and integration Furthermore, Faculty researchers investigate within the field, offers support in research data manage- AI-based text analysis. In Comprehensive AI, www.ai.fau.digital/comprehensive-ai ment and promotes young scientists.


Whether Music and Research topics within the departments Arts, Social Sciences or Culture & Language The core principle of scientific success is the freedom of research. This The underlying principles of research and teaching at the Faculty are – the departments offer freedom makes research in the humanities, the social, behavioural and language, culture and society. Scholars focus strongly on identifying manifold research educational sciences as well as in theology and religious sciences sig- and analysing questions and finding answers to fundamental societal opportunities nificant and representative. It fosters discourse on diverse topics and challenges connected to demographic and cultural change in the past the emergence of new areas of expertise that are important for the and the present, to digitalisation, globalisation and climate change. future of culture and society. We are committed to the unity of teach- With a large number of professors specialising in regional affairs, the ing and research and focus on both fundamental and applied Faculty has broad expertise of different cultures and world regions such research. as Europe, the Americas and the Middle and Far East.

Scientific progress and interdisciplinary collabora- The Faculty comprises about 50 academic disciplines and has the tion arise from excellent expertise in individual dis- greatest diversity of research areas at FAU. Research at the Faculty is ciplines at the forefront of international research. carried out in twelve departments: Classical World and Asian Cultures; Researchers cooperate across disciplines, maxim- English, American and Romance Studies; Didactics, German and Com- ising the potential for advancing scientific knowl- parative Studies; History; Islamic-Religious Studies; Media Studies and edge and new research areas, making the Faculty Art History; Education; Psychology; Social Sciences and Philosophy; an attractive partner for national and international Sport Science; and the School of Theology. Collaborative Interdiscipli- projects. nary Centres help scholars to work together on specific research topics. A brief presentation of current research areas is given below. For de- An awareness of social responsibility and consequences tailed information on professors and principal investigators, refer to the guides research at our Faculty. It complies with recognised University’s research information system CRIS (cris.fau.de). ethical and standards on national and international levels, and FAU proactively campaigns for the development of these standards by contributing to transparent, public and interdisciplinary dialogue. The University values responsible behaviour and paves the way towards fair and peaceful coexistence of people, cultures and nations.

20 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY 21 LINGUISTIC, LITERARY AND CULTURAL STUDIES Romance Studies German Linguistics DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL WORLD Romance Linguistics • Early New High German AND ASIAN CULTURES DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, AMERICAN AND • Language and language contact in the colonial Caribbean area • German as a foreign language ROMANCE STUDIES • Multilingualism, language variation and migration • Grammar and grammaticography Ancient Languages • Language ideologies • Historical sociolinguistics Classical Philology / Latin English and American Studies • linguistics • Languages for special purposes • Latin literature of the Late Republic and the Early Empire English Studies (Literature and Culture) • Orality in texts • Lexicography and dictionary research • Christian Latin literature of Late Antiquity • Eighteenth-century literary culture • Romance phraseology • Variational linguistics • Edition philology • Victorianism • Word formation • Contemporary literature and culture Literary, Cultural and Media Studies Latin Philology of the Middle Ages and Modern Period • Literature, ethics, responsibility • Hybrid forms of in , German Medieval Studies • Education and knowledge in the modern period (18th to 20th c.) • Socio-cultural categories of difference , autofiction • Digital philology • History and literature of St. Gallen and Reichenau • Strategies of popularisation • Inter- and transmediality in contemporary culture • Historical in the Middle Ages • Theatrical performance from a media-historical perspective • Literature and knowledge • Latin literature and culture of the Middle Ages and the early American Studies (Literature and Culture) • representations in Italian and French contemporary • Medieval literature and cultural history modern period • Cultural difference and cultural mobility • Poetics and aesthetics • Late Antique literature and culture • Knowledge formation and tacit knowledge • Text-picture relation in the Italian and in its European reception • Scholarly editing • Palaeography • and popular culture • Utopistic-political concepts of the early modern era • Forms and functions of autobiographical and literary • European Enlightenment Modern German Literature Classical Philology / Greek narratives in American media landscapes • Conceptual history and history of ideas • Classical Modernism • Attic comedy • Literature and knowledge • Multilingualism and translation • Classicism and Romanticism in the European context • Greek prose of the Imperial Era • Death Becomes Us: Narratives of the end of life • Contemporary literature • Greek choral lyric • Culture and literature of the early modern age and English Linguistics DEPARTMENT OF GERMAN AND COMPARATIVE STUDIES the Enlightenment Comparative Indo-European Linguistics • English syntax, esp. valency theory and argument • Literature and ethics/politics • Reconstruction of Proto-Indo-European structure constructions Comparative Literature • Literature and music • Historical linguistics (phonology, morphology, etymology, syntax) • Cognitive linguistics: • History of European literature • Literature and science • Expertise in Early Greek (Linear B, Homer), Latin, Lexicogrammar and construction grammar • (Inter-)mediality of literature • Literature for children and young adults Indoiranian (Vedic, Sanskrit, Avestan, Ancient Persian), • Lexicography • Literary anthropology • Multimodality, digital and transmedial literature Germanic (Gothic, Old High German), Anatolian (Hittite), Pali, • Language variation • Theory of literature and literary Tocharian, Ancient and Modern Armenian • Language change Computational Corpus Linguistics • Literature (epic, narratology, research on Troy) • Language contact – Orality, Linguistics, Literature, Narratives • Collocations, Multiword Expressions and Corpus-based PhraseologyHistoryLiteraturePoliticalConcepts Scandinavian Studies Historical syntax and lexicologyLanguage, Reception, Orality, Linguistics, Discourse Analysis DiscoursAnalsisCorpus ToolsNarratives • Arctic modernities (Arctic voices in art and literature) LanguageReceptionOralityLinguistics Literature, Narratives, Orality, Linguistics, • Corpus Tools and Language Technology LiteratureDiscoursNarrativesOality Phraseolo- • Contemporary Scandinavian literature Orality, Linguistics, Literature, Narratives • Methodological Foundations of Corpus Research and gyHistoryLiteraturePoliticalConcepts DiscoursA- • Poetics of parasitism Language, Reception, Orality, Linguistics, Digital Humanities nalsisCorpusToolsNarratives • Scandinavian drama and theatre LanguageReceptionOralityLinguistics istics Literature, Narratives, Orality, Lingu LiteratureNarrativesOality

22 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY LINGUISTIC, LITERARY AND CULTURAL STUDIES 23 Languages and Cultures of the and East Asia HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY History of Eastern Europe Oriental and Islamic Studies, Arabic and Semitic Studies • in the 19th century and • Arabic and Semitic linguistics DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICAL WORLD AND ASIAN CULTURES Ancient History • Media history • Jewish languages • Hellenistic World • Environmental and infrastructure history • Arabic literature Pre- and Protohistory • Late Antiquity and migration period • Transcontinental and global perspectives on the history of • Conceptual-historical investigations on the inter-religious • Dynamics of demography and social networks in Europe before, • Ancient and modern Eastern Europe and Central Asia discourses between Judaism, Christianity and Islam during and after the LGM • Greek epigraphy • Qur’ānic hermeneutics • Land use patterns of prehistoric hunter-gatherers • Roman provincial administration and frontier policy • Philosophy in the Islamic World • Palaeolithic parietal art in Europe from the perspective of • Roman inland navigation DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND MEDIA STUDIES cultural anthropology Japanese Studies • Landscape archaeology Medieval History and Auxiliary Sciences Book Science • Japanese philosophy (Kyoto School) • Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age • Transculturality and identity in Medieval societies • Urban cultures of public space between early modern Europe • Media change and society • Communication networks • Historiography and hagiography in the European Middle Ages and the present (HERA) • Digitalisation and the transnational public sphere • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) • The Papacy and Christianity: • Early modern communication • Literature, and (inter- and transmediality, • Quantitative methods in archaeology Politics, administration, and spirituality • Paper trade in early modern Europe (DFG) reception and comparative studies, pictorial narration) • Gradiometer surveys, UAVs in archaeology • Books in motion in early modern Europe • Popular culture and media in early modern Japan • Lithic artefacts Early Modern Period • Publishing 4.0 • History of printing, palaeography and editions • Material culture and consumption • Discourses and practices of a digital sovereignty (EFI) Classical Archaeology • Cultural history of early modern cities • Digital city (BMBF) Chinese Studies • Spatial design and iconography • Intersections of gender, religion, and rank • Prophecy and prediction in traditional China • Urbanism and religious elements of the topography of • Nobility studies Theatre and Media Studies • Transcultural research on prognosis and decision-making ancient Rome • Old and Thirty Years War • and participation in theatre • Chinese history of science since the 19th century • Greek theory of architecture • Perception of space in pre-modern times • Avant-garde and experimental film, media art • Memory culture in China • Landscape archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean • Codes and modes of sentimentality in various media • Contemporary Chinese history • Greek and Roman sculpture Modern and • Critical posthumanism; non-human agency • Transnational history of knowledge • Text and images • German and European history in a transnational perspective • Digital images; networked images • Classical Chinese philology • History of research and reception • International and global history • History of theatre studies • Medieval Chinese history • History of capital and property • History, aesthetics and performativity of digital games • History of (premodern) Chinese bureaucratic elites • Public history and memory cultures • Improvisation • Interart studies (literature and performance, Bavarian and Franconian History theatre and the visual arts) • Franconia and Bavaria in the 19th and 20th centuries • Intermediality of film and photography • Franconia and the German Enlightenment in the 18th century • Materiality of the film, material aesthetics, new materialism • History of Nuremberg • Media ethics • Comparative regional research • Opera studies • Performance analysis • Political communication

24 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY LINGUISTIC, LITERARY AND CULTURAL SCIENCES HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES 25 • Production studies (TV) SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES Educational Psychology and Excellence Studies DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND PHILOSOPHY • Rehearsal studies • Research on excellence • Theatre and the archive DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY • Self-regulated learning Political Science • Theatre pedagogy/drama in education • Mentoring German and Comparative Politics, European Studies and • Visual history Clinical psychology and psychotherapy Political Economy • E-mental health Psychology in Working Life • Art History • Emotion regulation and psychopathology • Adaptive human behaviour in the context of changes at work • Federalism • Cultural history, processes of transfer and translation, • Affective disorders • Personal growth, health, and well-being at work • Political economy reception, interculturality • Ageing at work • European politics (EU) • Exhibition and museum research Perceptual Psychology • European wall painting of the Romanesque and Gothic periods • Causal inference in multisensory perception Psychological diagnostics, methodology and legal psychology Political Philosophy, Political Theory and History of Political Ideas • Nuremberg as European capital through the ages • Multisensory perception in the chemical senses • Psychological assessment • Cognitive structures of politics • Research on the graphic collection at FAU and the University Library • Methods: Psychophysics, computational modelling, • Evaluation research • Preconditions and implications of democracy • Southern German artists’ workshops of the late Middle Ages: neuroimaging (fMRI, EEG, fNIRS) and neurostimulation (TMS, tDCS) • Forensic psychology Organisation and production • Quantitative methods Human Rights and Human Rights Policy • Albrecht Dürer and his contemporaries: Motivation, Emotion and Learning • Philosophical foundations of human rights Travelling artists in the Renaissance • Behavioural endocrinology of implicit motives Health Psychology • Freedom of religion or belief • Early modern (Central) European architecture • Motivation, emotion, and learning • Stress response patterns and health • Persons in vulnerable situations, in particular old age • Cultural exchange between Britain, France and Italy in the early • Implicit motives, personal goals, and emotional well-being • Chronic stress and health • Social human rights modern period • Assessment of emotion and motivation • Traumatic stress and health • International standards of fair and free elections • Gender studies with particular reference to early modern artists • Neuropsychology of brain asymmetry and patrons Psychogerontology International Politics of Human Rights • Art in the Anthropocene Developmental and Educational Psychology • Age-friendly environments • International politics of human rights – actors and institutions • Fine arts and modern media culture • Development of attachment and social-emotional development in • Attitudes towards age and healthy ageing • Political repression and resistance • Digital art history, digital humanities and digitisation in museums normal and risk context • Dementia and prevention • Academic freedom worldwide • Biological and neuro-psychological foundation of emotional development and • Intellectual ageing and lifelong learning • People’s Republic of China: emotional information processing • Mobility in old age Human rights; authoritarian influence abroad • Parenting behaviour: Foundation, prevention and intervention • Caregiving, demands and developmental gains • Social relationships and personality across the lifespan International Relations and Political Economy Social Psychology with Focus on Gender and Diversity • Clinical research • Transatlantic relations • Social cognition agency and communion • US-American foreign policy • Social cognition and communication: Framing • German foreign policy • Social inequality, gender, diversity • European foreign and security policy • Theories of international relations • International political economy

26 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES I SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES 27 Middle East Politics and Society Qualitative Research Methods Economy and Society of the Middle East DEPARTMENT OF SPORT SCIENCE • European neighbourhood policy in the Southern Mediterranean • Methodology and methods of qualitative research, • Development economics • Comparative research on autocracies in the Middle East especially biography and ethnography • Impact evaluation/Causal inference Exercise and Health • Legitimacy in a non-democratic environment • Gender studies, sociology of family and friendship • Economic history and development of the Middle East and Europe • Physical activity promotion and health research • Gender and politics in the Middle East • Body work, beauty service work • Political economy of the Middle East • Behavioural exercise therapy, digital promotion of physical activity • Statehood in the Middle East • Economics of religion • Interdisciplinary human movement – motor control • Middle East as a subsystem of international politics Sociological Theory • Financial services for the poor • Sociology of architecture • Trust and social capital Education in Sport Political Science – Non-European Regions • Sociology of religion • State capacity • Psycho-social resources in sport • Political transformation and authoritarian resilience in • Social and cultural theory • Skills-based learning in sport Southeast Asia • Urban sociology / Sociology of space Development Economics • Health promotion in sport • Human rights and human rights institutions in Southeast Asia • Sociology of knowledge • Development economics • Physical education & PE teacher education and sports clubs & • Presidentialism in East Asia • Empirical methods coach education • Civil-military relations Technology – Labour – Society (UnivIS) • Rigorous impact evaluation • Social movements and civil society in Southeast Asia • Sociology of work and labour • Behavioural economics Public Health and Physical Activity • Sociology of the digital transformation • Risk and insurance • Prevalence and determinants of physical activity Sociology • Social impact of AI • Pro-social behaviour • Transdisciplinary and diversity-sensitive physical activity promotion Sociology of Work and Organisation • Health economics • Scaling-up of physical activity promotion programmes • Sociology of Work and Organisation Economics • Sociology of work and organisation Business Administration Philosophy Sport and Exercise Medicine • Industrial relations • Strategic management Philosophy • Training sciences • Qualitative research methods • Sustainability, corporate social responsibility, • Epistemology, philosophy of philosophy, philosophy of science • Human movement sciences and corporate citizenship • Metaethics, foundations of normative ethics • Sports medicine Comparative Analysis of Societies • Business ethics • “Ordinary language philosophy”, Wittgenstein, Goodman • Comparative industrial relations, collective bargaining, • Corporate governance collective • International management Theoretical Philosophy • Industrial democracy and co-determination • International economic relations • Metaphysics/ontology, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind • Precarity and precarious work • Business- relationship • Ancient philosophy (Plato, Aristotle, Hellenistic philosophy) • Comparative studies: Germany and the • Ethics, philosophy of action, and , Methods of Empirical Social Research political philosophy • Modelling and simulation in the social sciences, methodology and philosophy of computer simulation Practical Philosophy • Participation and emotions • Philosophy of action, philosophy of mind • Human animal studies • Ethics, metaethics, and moral responsibility • Political philosophy and philosophy of law

28 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES 29 DIDACTICS AND EDUCATION Teaching German as a Second Language Teaching Music E-learning in Higher and Adult Education • German as a second language, and content and language • Musical self-concept • Digitalisation and internationalisation within higher education DEPARTMENT OF DIDACTICS integrated learning (CLIL) • Effects of music on language acquisition and integration • Open and distance education • First and second language acquisition • Music in old age • Student engagement in technology-enhanced learning Teaching Art • Professional development for teachers in the context of • Systematic review method • Significance of creative design and writing for linguistic diversity Teaching Physics human development • Teaching concepts for quantum optics School Education and Instructional Research • Art didactic concepts to support artistic developmental processes Teaching and Literature • Allowing school pupils to carry out experiments on energy in • School quality and development • Artistic thinking and acting • Empirical research on literary and digital literacy a laboratory at FAU (together with the Cluster of Excellence EAM) • Quality in learning and instruction in school and higher education • Subject-specific empirical research on teaching and learning in • Formative assessment in school and higher education Teaching Biology German language and literature Teaching Protestant Religious Education • Professional development for teachers and lecturers • Language-conscious biology instruction • Theory of general subject didactics • Religiosity and the professional attitudes of teachers • Emotions and well-being in school and higher education • Implementation of bioethics and education for • School development and school evaluation in sustainable development in biology instruction Teaching Foreign Languages with a Focus on English Language church-sponsored schools School Education with a Focus on School Development Research and • Language acquisition and foreign language education • Public theology and public religious education Experiential Learning Teaching Catholic Religious Education • Bilingual education in schools and pre-schools/kindergartens • Experimental Learning • Shaping future teachers’ educational and personal skills (CLIL and immersion) Teaching Social Studies • Media didactics & media education • Experiencing religion • Dealing with heterogeneity in foreign language classrooms • Theoretical foundations of the basics of political education • Didactics of higher education

Teaching Chemistry Teaching Geography Primary Education Research • Experiments and media in chemistry teaching • Learner perspectives (preconceptions, attitudes, interests) on DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION • Teaching and teacher education research in primary education • Epistemology in chemistry teaching subject-specific core ideas and practices • Teaching and learning in literacy acquisition • Teaching and learning methods in chemistry • Professional development of Geography teachers in pre-service and Empirical Educational Research • Teaching and learning in general studies in-service training • Empowerment and participation • Transitions at primary level Teaching Economics • Implementation of research into teaching Geography • Aesthetics and culture • Heterogeneity and inclusion • Economics education • Research synthesis • Educational landscapes against the background of • Systemic thinking Teaching History educational disadvantage • Game Studies • ‘National Socialism’ in public history and schools Diversity Education and International Educational Research • National and regional historical and commemorative cultures • Professional development for teachers from a comparative Organisational Education • Public remembrance in museums perspective and in the context of migration • Organisational learning and development • Diversity education • Human resource development Teaching Mathematics • Internationalisation in schools, networks and regional • Human learning • Mathematics instruction and digital media educational landscapes • Organisation, culture, and diversity • Quantified school textbook research • Computer-based assessment of dyscalculia Education with a Focus on Media Education • Media education and mediatisation • Socialisation and mediatisation

30 FACULTY OF HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND THEOLOGY DIDACTICS AND EDUCATION 31 Culture and Aesthetic Education / THEOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES History and Theology of the Christian East Practical Theology UNESCO Chair in Arts and Culture in Education • Synodal Library of the Russian Orthodox Church Homiletics, liturgy, pastoral care, • General pedagogy and pedagogical anthropology SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY • Armenian aid by German Protestantism theory of Christian church and pastoral theology • International and UNESCO-related research on cultural and • Dramaturgical homiletics and divine service School of Theology Early Christian Art and Archaeology aesthetic education • Religious reception of secular music Biblical Studies: Old Testament • Aesthetic education in post-digital culture • Effects of transcultural processes on the visual and • Hymnology / music and religion • Dynamics of transformation and conditions for success in • OT literature and its history material culture of Christianity • Pastoral theology and theory of Christian church, cultural and aesthetic education • Religious history of Ancient • Visual and material culture of Late Antiquity and ecclesiastical, and clerical professions • Anthropologies of OT the Early Middle Ages Didactics of Social Studies • Wisdom and knowledge culture, esp. Book of Job • Early Christian material culture beyond the Roman Christian Community Education • Interpretative classroom research • Cultural and literary processes of transformation and Byzantine Empires • Christian community education and church development (focus: e-learning, remote and blended teaching and learning in Ancient Israel and early Judaism, esp. Isaiah • Sacrality and sacralisation processes) • Visual digital humanities in research and academic teaching Christian Media Communication • Democracy citizenship education & Biblical Studies: New Testament • Christian media communication anti-racist social studies education • Local historical method / epigraphy Systematic Theology • Media ethics • Curriculum research in social studies education • Early Christianity in context of the history of ancient Christian Doctrine • Digitisation from a media ethic and theological perspective • Qualitative research methods (focus: didactic hermeneutics) religions and culture • Christology • History of early Christian literature and theology • Creation Church Music School education with a focus on teaching • History of early Christianity • Theological anthropology • Johann Sebastian Bach – Theological research in Bach • School education with a focus on teaching • Semantics and lexicography of the Greek of the New Testament • Christian hymnology • Apostolic Fathers, esp. 1 Clement Ethics • Heinrich von Herzogenberg (1843-1900): His life, works, • Concepts of human dignity in bioethics reception history History of Christianity and Ecclesiastical History • Ethics of digitalisation Antiquity and Early Medieval Times • Ethics of (human) genomics (genome editing, DEPARTMENT OF ISLAMIC-RELIGIOUS STUDIES • Christian theology and piety in the context of imperial and research with human embryonic stem cells, PGD, so called late antique philosophy (esp. Origen, Gregory of Nyssa, “therapeutic ”, ethical implications of genetic findings for Islamic-Religious Studies Victorinus, Augustine) obesity, bio-databases) • Hermeneutical, normative and theological approaches to Islam • Athanasius of Alexandria and the history of the Arian controversy • Conceptual questions at the interface of science, • Medieval Islamic theology • History of the Bible’s reception in Antiquity (esp. Gen 1–3) technology and society (bio-objects and bio-subjects) • Modern Islamic theology • Meta-ethical questions in a perspective of foundational theology • Islam and Christianity Early Modern and Modern Times (bodiliness, social justice, sovereignty, health and sickness) • Conception of man in Islam • History of the Reformation and the Radical Reformation • System theory • Islamic mysticism • Ecclesiastical history and theology in the 19th century • Islamic philosophy and human rights • Judaism and Christianity Religious Studies and Intercultural Theology • Genesis and transformation of Islamic norms • Methods in religious studies • Islamic intellectual history of Iran and history of ideas • Intercultural theology • Islamic education • Mindfulness meditation in public discourse • Islamic pastoral studies and social work


The Nuremberg Metropolitan Region hosts multiple extramu- Entrance of ral research institutions, some of which are associated with Germanisches the Faculty. The Germanisches Nationalmuseum (GNM), one Nationalmuseum of the research museums of the national Leibniz Association, and the pillars of the has a direct link to the Faculty, as the director of the museum Way of Human Rights, BAMBERG Metroploregion holds a professorship at the Faculty. In the field of sensory Nuremberg Erlangen-Nürnberg-Fürth sciences, the Faculty cooperates with the Fraunhofer Insti- A73 tute for Integrated Circuits IIS in Erlangen. Another coop- eration exists between the city of Nuremberg and the Fac- ulty’s research focus area on human rights. Nuremberg was ERLANGEN awarded the UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education. FRANKFURT UNESCO Germany biannually awards the human rights film prize of in Nuremberg. A3 A9






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