Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gieler
Adjunct Lecturer, Section: Comparative Politics
- Nora-Platiel-Str. 1
Wolfgang Gieler, Prof. Dr., born 1960, studied political science, ethnology, sociology and education at the University of Münster and University of Ife/Nigeria. Several years of experience in the field of non-governmental German development cooperation. Teaching positions at various German universities in Hanover. Visiting professorships among others at the University of Minsk/Belarus, University of Vienna/Austria, University of Sakarya/Turkey, University of Manama/Bahrain, University of Quagadougou/Burkina Faso and the University of Uyo/Nigeria.
Since 2002 Professor of Intercultural and International Studies at Okan University Istanbul/Turkey. In addition to study and research stays in Africa and Asia, consultant for the Turkish African Center for Strategic Studies (TACSS), Istanbul.
- Development Cooperation
- Political culture and foreign policy
- Comparative Literature
- International Migration
- Western ethnocentrism
- Development Cooperation and Racism
- European Black Identity: Questioning Nations of Blackness and Europe - Black Turks (Self)representation at the Crossroads of the Ottoman Legacy and Contemporary African Migration