Team

Univ.-Ass. Josefa Maria Stiegler, BA MSc MA

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Department of Political Science | University of Vienna
Universitätsstr. 7, 2nd floor (Room B0203)
1010 Vienna
Tel.: +43/1/4277/49462
E-Mail: josefa.maria.stiegler@univie.ac.at
Website: https://politikwissenschaft.univie.ac.at/ueber-uns/mitarbeiterinnen/stiegler/

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Short CV

  • since December 2017: University Assistant (pre-doc) at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
  • May – December 2017: Project team member at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna | Project „Integrating Feminist International Relations and Feminist State Theory – The Case of Gender and Military Privatization” (Elise Richter grant, FWF)
  • 2017: Master of Arts in Gender Studies, University of Vienna (Thesis title: “From Installing Street Lights to Addressing Power Relations: A Critical Feminist Analysis of the Security Discourse in Urban Planning in Vienna” [in German])
  • 2015: Master of Science in Sustainable Urban Management, Malmö University (Thesis title: „A Discourse Analysis of Gender in Mobility Related Urban Planning“)
  • 2013: Bachelor of Arts in Scandinavian Studies, University of Vienna

Research interests
Feminist Theory, Feminist Urban Studies, Critical Security Studies, Feminist International Relations, Security and Gender, Mobility and Gender


Astrid Bergmann, BA

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Department of Political Science | University of Vienna
Universitätsstr. 7, 7th floor (Room B0712)
1010 Vienna
Tel.: +43/1/4277/49424
E-Mail: astrid.bergmann@univie.ac.at
Website: http://politikwissenschaft.univie.ac.at/ueber-uns/mitarbeiterinnen/bergmann/

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Research interests
Feminist Theory, Feminist Political Economy, Political Theory


Clemens Binder, MA

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Austrian Institute for International Affairs (OIIP)
Berggasse 7
1090 Vienna
E-Mail: clemens.binder@oiip.ac.at

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Short CV

Research interests
Critical Security Studies, Security and Technology, Internal Security, Border Security, Critical Theories of International Politics,  Privatisation of Security


Julia Sachseder, BA MA M.Res

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Tel: +43/677/6168/0291
E-Mail: julia.sachseder@gmail.com

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Short CV

  • April – September 2017: Research affiliate at the Department of Interdisciplinary Development Studies at the Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
  • March – September 2017: Project member at the Department of Gender Studies at the Central European University, Project: “The (gendered) political economy of armed conflicts”
  • 2016 Field research in Colombia
  • 2016 Fully funded scholarship of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Germany
  • 2016 PhD Candidate at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna (Thesis title: “The coloniality of war: How is it so easy to rape and displace?)
  • 2015: Research Assistant at the University Pompeu Fabra, Spain
  • 2015: Research Master of Political Science at the University Pompeu Fabra, Spain
  • 2013: Erasmus at the Sciences Po, France
  • 2013: Bachelor Program “European Studies” at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands
  • 2011- 2013: Student Assistent at the University of Maastricht

Research interests
Post- and decolonial theory, Feminist Theory, Critical Security and Conflict Studies, Feminist International Relations,  (Feminist) Global Political Economy, Latin America, Colombia#

Feminism, academia and motherhood as situated knowledges; (queer)feminist science and technology studies; resilience and security; critical and feminist security studies; (queer)feminist and postcolonial theories in International Relations; homonationalism and orientalism in Western Europe

Feminism, academia and motherhood as situated knowledges; (queer)feminist science and technology studies; resilience and security; critical and feminist security studies; (queer)feminist and postcolonial theories in International Relations; homonationalism and orientalism in Western Europe



Mag. Sarah Gold-Ponesch

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Department of Political Science | University of Vienna
Universitätsstr. 7, 2nd floor (Room D 211)
1010 Vienna
Tel.: +43/1/4277/49462
Tel.: +43/1/4277/49479
Fax: +43/1/4277/9494
E-Mail: sarah.ponesch@univie.ac.at

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Short CV

  • DOC-stipend from the Austrian Academy of Sciences at the Department of Political Science (prae doc), University of Vienna (preliminary dissertation title: ‘Too much mother, not enough professional’ or vice versa? How the situated knowledges of feminist academic mothers come to matter)
  • Since 2018: PhD programme at the Department of Political Science, University of Vienna
  • October 2015 – March 2018: Scientific researcher at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip) (project: The Governance of Resilience. Actor Configurations in National Security Politics; funded by the Austrian National Bank (OeNB) anniversary funds)
  • January 2013 – July 2014: Project assistant for the oiip as the Austrian Head of Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF)
  • March 2014: Master’s degree at the Department of Development Studies, University of Vienna (with distinction; thesis title: White men saving gay men from Muslim men? Doing gender in homonationalist discourses in Western Europe)

Research interests
Feminism, academia and motherhood as situated knowledges; (queer)feminist science and technology studies; resilience and security; critical and feminist security studies; (queer)feminist and postcolonial theories in International Relations; homonationalism and orientalism in Western Europe