Jens Steffek

I joined the Institute for Political Science in 2010 as Professor of Transnational Governance. From 2017 to 2019 I was also Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and History. I studied political science, sociology and geography at the University of Munich (MA, 1998) and completed my doctoral dissertation at the European University Institute in Florence / Italy (2002). Before coming to Darmstadt I worked at the University of Bremen, Jacobs University and the Robert-Schuman-Centre for Advanced Studies. I was a visiting professor at the University of Pavia, LUISS Guido Carli (Rome) and the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law in Heidelberg. As research fellow I visited the University of Cambridge, the University of Montréal and the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (WZB). I have a wide range of research interests that include international organizations (both public and private), the history of international thought and international political theory. I am currently completing a book manuscript on the history of technocratic blueprints for world order.

Office hours

By arrangement

02-03-0015-ps International Organizations

Di, 13. Apr. 2021 [09:50] – Di, 13. Jul. 2021 [11:30] Proseminar

02-03-0035-ko Forschungskolloquium für MA-Studierende

Do, 15. Apr. 2021 [18:05] – Do, 15. Jul. 2021 [19:45] Kolloquium

02-23-0155-bs guided self-study

02-25-2222-pj Discourse Analysis Project (guided self-study)

02-TE-1002-vl Ringvorlesung Global Challenges „Leben im Pandemie-Zeitalter: Was bleibt von COVID-19?“

Miranda Loli; Prof. Dr. Jens Matthias Steffek

Mo, 12. Apr. 2021 [18:00] – Mo, 12. Jul. 2021 [19:45]