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.

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 Non-Resident Fellow at AICGS and has served as Director of the Business & Economics Program. He works on various issues concerning economic policy, the economy of security, 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 Contemporary German Studies …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 Research. Dr. Wöhlert …Read More

Frank Trommler has been a member of the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania since 1970, first as an associate professor, since 1974 as a full professor. He has taught courses in German language, literature and culture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and, since 1985, also in Comparative Literature. …Read More

Prof. Rolf Schieder holds the chair of Practical Theology at Humboldt University. He is the speaker of the Program on Religion and Politics. His research is focused on politics of religion, interreligious competences, and religion and economics. He is the author of “Wieviel Religion vertraegt Deutschland?” (2001) and editor of “Religion and Politics in the …Read More

Joyce Marie Mushaben is a Professor of Comparative Politics, a Research Fellow in the Center for International Studies, and former Director of the Institute for Women’s & Gender Studies (2002-2005). Fluent in German, her teaching centers on comparative public policy, European politics, women’s leadership, citizenship, immigration and globalization. Her research covers new social movements, youth protest, …Read More

Dr. A. James McAdams is a faculty member in the Political Science Department at the University of Notre Dame, where he is the William M. Scholl Professor of International Affairs. He also directs the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.  His primary fields of research and teaching are in comparative and international politics, and political history.  He is a fellow …Read More

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Bernhard Maleck has been teaching at IES Abroad Berlin since 1995. Previously, he has taught at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Johns Hopkins University, and was the recipient of a Fellowship for research at the John F. Kennedy Institute of North American Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. He also served as Academic Advisor for …Read More

Lutz Koepnick is Professor of German, Film and Media Studies, and Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis. He received a Joint-Ph.D. in 1994 in German Studies and Humanities from Stanford University after studying German Literature, Political Science, and Philosophy in Marburg, Hamburg, Uppsala, St. Louis, and Stanford. Koepnick has published widely on German …Read More

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