Martin Klatt

Base

Name

Martin Klatt

Academic title(s)

PhD

Institute

Centre for Border Region Studies

Department

Dep. of Political Science and Public Management

Function

Associate Professor

Address

University of Southern Denmark, Alsion 2, S√łnderborg

Zip code

6400

Country

Denmark

Phone

+45-6550 1767

Visible Email Address

mk@sam.sdu.dk

Short biography

Sept.-Dec. 2013: Visiting researcher at University of Victoria, BC, Canada, Centre for Global Studies

September 2005: Associate Professor of Contemporary History
January 2004: IFG is merged with the University of Southern Denmark, renamed Department of Border Region Studies
September 2002: Ph.D. from University of Southern Denmark
September 2001: Assistant professor of Contemporary History IFG
January-June 2001: Project associate at the Danish Institute of Border Region Studies (IFG), Interreg-project Historical atlas Schleswig-Holstein 1867-2001
1997-2000: Research associate at Studieafdelingen ved Dansk Centralbibliotek for Sydslesvig
September.- December 1996: Project associate at Schleswig-Holstein Institut for Peace Research, Kiel
1993-1996 Guide on study-tours, Studiosus-Studienreisen, Munich
June 1995: M.A. in History, Political Science and Nordic Philology, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel
1994 Graduate Student Intern at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI
1989-1995 Studies in History, Political Science and Nordic Philology at Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany, and University of Copenhagen, Denmark
1987-1989 Alternative civil service, Hamburg
September 1987: Bachelor in Business Administration, Business Academy Hamburg
1984-1987 Theoretical and practical studies in Business Administration, Business Academy Hamburg and Deutsche BP.
1970-1984: School in Hamburg, Fort Defiance (USA)
19 July 1964 Born in Hamburg

 

Recent publications

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Role in Tensions of Europe

Participant

Research interests

Security, Governance

Additional research interests

Border Studies, national minorities