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social sciences educator

Christian G. M. Joppke, American Social sciences educator. Newcombe Dissertation fellow Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey, 1988-1989.

Background

Joppke, Christian G. M. was born on September 6, 1959 in Langenhagen, Germany. Son of Lothar Joppke and Irene (Dechow Joppke) Harms.

Education

Student, Free University Berlin, 1980. Diploma in sociology, University Frankfurt, Germany, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University California, Berkeley, 1989.

Career

German Academy Exch. fellow, German Academic Exchange Service, 1985-1986; graduate fellow, University of California, Berkeley, 1987-1988; John L. Simpson research fellow, University of California, Berkeley, 1989; assistant professor department sociology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1990-1994; research associate fellow, Center for German and European Studies Georgetown University, Washington, 1993-1994; associate professor department political and social science, European U. Institute, Florence, Italy, since 1995. Co-director 1997/98 European Forum on International Migrations, European U. Institute. Participant, presenter various professional conferences, most recently Am.Inst. for Contemporary German Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1993, 94, German History Institute/Max Planck Institute for History, Washington, 1994, 32nd Congress of International Institute Sociology, 1995, American Sociological Association, Washington, 1995, Humboldt U., Berlin, 1996, Goethe Institute/London School Economics, 1997.

Connections

Married Catherine Kratz, 1999. 1 child, Benjamin.

father:
Lothar Joppke Harms

mother:
Irene (Dechow) Harms

spouse:
Catherine Kratz

child:
Benjamin Joppke