Dr. Sabine von Löwis

Head of Research Cluster: Conflict Dynamics and Border Regions Tel. +49 30 2005949-39
Annette Riedl

Dr. Sabine von Löwis

Head of Research Cluster: Conflict Dynamics and Border Regions Tel. +49 30 2005949-39
Annette Riedl

Biography

Sabine von Löwis studied Economic and Social Geography at the Technical University of Dresden (TU Dresden) and obtained a doctorate at HafenCity University in Hamburg. She has held positions at various university and non-university research institutes, working on projects on stability and change of spatial structures in urban and rural areas. From 2011 to 2017, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre Marc Bloch, where she was involved in the joint research project “Phantomgrenzen in Ostmitteleuropa” (Phantom borders in East and Eastern Central Europe) funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Having studied the persistence and dissolution of spatial structures in Western Ukraine within this project framework, she now focuses her research on the post-Soviet space. In December 2017, Sabine von Löwis joined the research team at the ZOiS, where she coordinates the research cluster Conflict Dynamics and Border Regions.

Coordinator research cluster

ZOiS projects

Externally funded project

Research interests

  • Social geography of space and place
  • Transformation, change
  • Microgeographies
  • Borders
  • Conflict Research

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