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Prof. Dr. Marc Frey
 
Professor für Neueste Geschichte und Zeitgeschichte

 

Research and Teaching Positions

2013
Professor of Contemporary History--History of International Relations, Bundeswehr University Munich
Adjunct Research Professor of International History, Jacobs University Bremen
2011-2013
Professor, Helmut Schmidt Chair of International History, Jacobs University Bremen
2006-2011
Associate Professor, Helmut Schmidt Chair of International History, Jacobs University Bremen
2005-2006
Professor of International History and the History of Peace and Conflict Studies (pro tempore), Department of History, University of Cologne
2004-2005
Lecturer, Center for Dutch Studies, University of Münster
2003-2004
Fellow, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar
2000-2003
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of History, University of Cologne (DFG Project “The United States and the Dissolution of European Empires”)
2000
Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, National University of Singapore (3 months)
1995-2000
Lecturer, North American Studies Program, University of Bonn
1992-1995
Research Assistant, Institute for North American History, Department of History, University of Cologne

Fellowships and Awards

2017
University of Trento, School of International Studies (Guest Professor)
2011
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C. (Public Policy Scholar, 6 months)
2008
Offermann-Hergarten Award of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cologne
2007
H-Soz-u-Kult/Das Historische Buch 2007 (best book in the category „Non-European History“)
2006
Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation (publication grant)
2003/04
Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies, Wassenaar, fellow (10 months)
2001
German Historical Institute Washington DC (research grant, 3 months)
2000
European Union, Senior EU-ASEAN fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study, National University of Singapore (3 months)
1997
Roosevelt Study Center Middleburg (research grant, 1 month)
1996
Nederlandse Overzee Trustmaatschappij Foundation, The Hague (publication grant)
1995
Morrenstichting, The Hague (research grant, 1 month)
1994
German Historical Institute London (research grant, 3 months)
1994
German Marshall Fund of the United States (research grant, 2 months)
1988/89
State of North-Rhine Westphalia (Stipend for graduate studies at Radboud University Nijmegen (10 months)