AICGS Non-Resident Fellows are drawn from a group of former fellows, authors, DAAD Prize recipients, and colleagues. These experts bring to AICGS an even greater level of insight and analysis into various Business & Economics, Foreign & Domestic Policy, and Society, Culture & Politics aspects of the German-American relationship and into this relationship’s position in the world as a whole.
In the spotlight
Tilman Krueger is a Research Associate at the University of Bremen’s Collaborative Research Center 597 “Transformations of the State” and an Affiliated Fellow at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences. He received a M.A. in Political Science at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and is about to submit his Ph.D. dissertation on… Read more >
Dr. Ja-hyun Chun will be a Visiting Fellow at AICGS from November 2012 through January 2013 focusing on reconciliation in Northeast Asia. Dr. Chun intends to identify how Germany and Japan perceive their wartime atrocities by focusing on ‘acknowledgement’ and ‘denial’ and by examining ‘distinctive memories’ in the public sphere. Specific memories… Read more >
Dr. Ray Hebestreit will be a NRW School of Governance/AICGS Fellow from October to December 2012. His research at AICGS focuses on discursive civic participation procedures in the USA. During the last several years, especially in Germany, a trend has emerged toward more direct civic participation in the political process. In addition to formal… Read more >
Tim Büthe is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Duke University and Senior Fellow of the Duke Rethinking Regulation Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Mr. Büthe received the 2012 DAAD Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in German and European Studies. This award was presented to Professor Büthe… Read more >
Dr. Christian Kohlroß is a Non-Resident Fellow at AICGS from June 2012 – November 2012.
Jonathan R. Zatlin is Associate Professor of History at Boston University. He has written widely on the history of German communism, from Marxist economic theory, Soviet-style economic planning, socialist consumer policy, the East German automobile industry, and women’s lingerie to popular opinion under communism, the East German secret police, racism in Soviet-style… Read more >
Dr. Tim H. Stuchtey is the managing director of the Brandenburgisches Institut für Gesellschaft und Sicherheit (BIGS), a homeland security think-tank based in Potsdam, Germany. He is also a Senior Fellow at AICGS and has served as Director of the Business & Economics Program. He works on various issues concerning economic policy, the… Read more >
Asiye Kaya is a social scientist, and is currently a DAAD Visiting Professor at the BMW Center for German and European Studies. Dr Kaya is associated with the Center for Transdisciplinary Gender Studies, Humboldt University Berlin and a non-resident fellow in the program “Society, Culture and Politics” at the American institute for… Read more >
Dr. Torsten Wöhlert is currently the Press Spokesman to the Berlin Senate on Cultural Affairs. Previously, he held positions as Foreign Policy Advisor to MP Manfred Müller, Foreign and Domestic Policy Editor at the weekly Freitag, Visiting Scholar at AICGS, and Assistant Professor at Humboldt University Berlin, Institute for Peace and Conflict… Read more >
Zachary Shore is Associate Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies, University of California, Berkeley. He previously served on the Policy Planning Staff at the U.S. Department of State through an International Affairs Fellowship from the Council on Foreign… Read more >