Jérôme T. Sathanantham is pursuing his Master’s degree in international relations: peace and conflict research in Frankfurt and Darmstadt, Germany. He was born in Germany as a son of Tamil refugees from Sri Lanka. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main in sociology and political science. For his MA thesis, he conducts research about the EU migration and border regime and questions of exclusion, identity, and security. Since his entry to university, he has been committed to the non-profit organization ArbeiterKind.de as a volunteer. The ArbeiterKind.de initiative encourages schoolchildren of non-academic family backgrounds to take up university studies and supports students on their way to complete their studies successfully. Their mission is to promote equal opportunities in the German education system.
Dortmund & Buffalo
Reflections on Social Divisions & Questions of Identity in Germany and the United States In March and June 2022, the second cohort of the AGI Social Divisions and Questions of …