Dr. Friederike Luise Kelle
since 03/2018Research Fellow of the bridging project “Experimenting with Causality” and the research unit “Global Governance”
10/2016−03/2018Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Chair of International Politics of Prof. Gerald Schneider, University of Konstanz
04/2013−01/2017PhD in Political Science (Dr. rer. soc.) from the Graduate School of Decision Sciences at University of Konstanz; dissertation title: “To Claim or not to Claim – Territory, Violence, and Framing in Subnational Demands for Self-Determination”, doctoral scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation
04/2015Visiting Researcher at the Center for International Development and Conflict Management, University of Maryland (host Paul Huth)
02/2014−05/2014Visiting Researcher at the Department of Politics, Princeton University (host David Carter)
01/2013−03/2013Research Assistant to Prof. Gerald Schneider,Chair of International Relations at University of Konstanz
10/2007−12/2012Diplom degree in Political Science, Freie Universität Berlin, scholarship from Evangelisches Studienwerk Villigst
09/2011−05/2012Visiting Student in the PhD-Program of the Department of Politics, Princeton University
02/2009−07/2011Research Assistant to Prof. Jürgen Gerhards, Chair of Macrosociology at Freie Universität Berlin
Kelle, F. L. (2017). To Claim or not to Claim? How Territorial Value Shapes Demands for Self-Determination. Comparative Political Studies, 50(7), 992-1020.
Kelle, F. L. (2017). Self-Determination and Violence: On the Role of Territoriality in Subnational Demands for Self-Determination. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 27(4), 509-527 [in German].
*Replication data are available on my personal website.