Associated member: Dr. Sarah Dornhof ( )

Dr. Sarah Dornhof (University of Konstanz) holds a PhD in Cultural Studies from the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder. Her postdoctoral research explores contemporary art in Morocco and artistic inquiry into cultural memory and archives. She is author of Alternierende Blicke auf Islam und Europa: Verletzung als Rationalität visueller Politik (2016, Fink Verlag) and co-editor of Islam and the Politics of Culture in Europe: Memory, Aesthetics, Art (2013, transcript Verlag), F(r)ictions of Art (Paragrana 2/2016) and Situating Global Art: Topologies – Temporalities – Trajectories (2018, transcript Verlag).


Associated member: Dr. Henning Fauser ( )

Henning Fauser teaches German History and Intercultural Communication at the University of Tours (France). From 2013 to 2018, he was German Lecturer at Sciences Po Rennes (France). In 2016, he earned a double doctorate (cotutelle de thèse) from the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (France) and from the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (Germany). His PhD thesis was dedicated to representations of Germany and the Germans among former concentration camp prisoners in France from 1945 to 1975. His research focuses on thinking patterns within representations of self and other (patterns of perception and of interpretation, topoi), especially in the French-German context, as well as on the political usage of those patterns (political myths).


Associated member: Dr Lina Klymenko (

Lina Klymenko is a researcher in the Politics Programme at Tampere University, Finland, and an adjunct professor at the Karelian Institute of the University of Eastern Finland, Finland. Her areas of interest are memory, identity, and foreign policy. Her recent publications include the 2018 chapter “Cutting the Umbilical Cord: A Narrative of the National Past and Future in Ukrainian De-Communization Policy”, Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History, eds. U. Belavusau and A. Gliszczyńska-Grabias, Cambridge UP (Cambridge), pp. 310–328; and the 2016 article “The Holodomor Law and the National Trauma Construction in Ukraine”, Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 58, no. 4, pp. 341–361.


Associated member: Aleksandra Paradowska (