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Claus Leggewie

Professor of Politics and Director

Institute for Advanced Study

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Institute for Advanced Study

1 Einstein Drive

Princeton, New Jersey,08540

United States

Company Description

The Institute, founded in 1930, is a private, independent academic institution located in Princeton, New Jersey. Its more than 6,000 former Members hold positions of intellectual and scientific leadership throughout the academic world. Thirty-three Nobel Laure... more

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Employment History

Political Scientist

University of Giessen


Affiliations

Eurozine

Advisory Board Member


OnCulture

International Advisory Board Member


University of Rostock

Honorary Doctor of the Faculty of Theology


Remarque Institute of New York University

Faculty Fellow


Education

Humanities

Institute for Advanced Study


Humanities

University Alliance Ruhr


Web References(66 Total References)


International Advisory Board - On_Culture

www.on-culture.org [cached]

International Advisory Board Member Claus Leggewie
International Advisory Board Member Claus Leggewie Claus Leggewie is Professor of Politics and Director of the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities in Essen and the Center for Global Cooperation Research in Duisburg, Germany. His research foci include climate culture, cultural and religious globalization, memory culture, and political and academic communication via digital media.


International Advisory Board - On_Culture

www.on-culture.org [cached]

International Advisory Board Member Claus Leggewie
Claus Leggewie is Professor of Politics and Director of the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities in Essen and the Center for Global Cooperation Research in Duisburg, Germany. His research foci include climate culture, cultural and religious globalization, memory culture, and political and academic communication via digital media.


www.diaconiaresearch.org

Dr. Claus Leggewie is professor for political science and director for the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities at the University Alliance Ruhr in Essen.


www.pretorianews.co.za

"Clearly there is dissatisfaction on both sides," said Claus Leggewie, director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities in Essen.


www.kuwaittimes.net

"Clearly, there is dissatisfaction on both sides," said Claus Leggewie, director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities in Essen.
Not every opponent of the rail project will necessarily vote Green, however, said Leggewie. "Such movements are never automatical ly left or right. In a way, Stuttgart 21 has some aspects of the Tea Party movement," he said, referring to the conservative movement to the right of the US Republican Party. Leggewie saw "a classic constellation" for the birth of a populist right-wing party in Germany, including debate about the influence of Islam and a "general sense of crisis". While he estimated such a movement could gain 15 percent support, pollsters Emnid have predicted such a group could get as much as 20 percent support.


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