Claudia Diehl

2019-2020 Hannah Arendt Visiting Chair for German and European Studies


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Claudia Diehl is the 2019-2020 Hannah Arendt Visiting Chair in German and European Studies. She joins the Munk School from the University of Konstanz where she holds a chair in microsociology.

Claudia is currently working on integration processes among new immigrants in Europe and on xenophobia and ethnic discrimination. She received her PhD from the University of Mannheim in 2001 and has been a researcher at the research institute of the German Federal Statistical Office and a professor at the University of Göttingen before her appointment in Konstanz. She is a member of the Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration and of the Advisory Board for Family Affairs. Her publications include a special issue of Ethnicities on early integration patterns of recent migrants in four European countries, an edited volume on ethnic educational inequality in Germany, and several journal articles on migration, integration, and ethnic discrimination. She will be at the Munk School until summer 2020. See more at:

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