Dr. Susanne Ress, wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin; Koordinatorin des Master Educational Quality in Developing Countries

Anschrift:

Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg
Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Pädagogik
Markusplatz 3
96047 Bamberg

Tel.:  +49 951 863 1832
Fax.: +49 951 863 1830 (Sekretariat)

susanne.ress(at)uni-bamberg.de

or concerning the Masters-Program: sba.ma-educationalquality(at)uni-bamberg.de

 

Raum M3/01.06

Sprechstunde: Donnerstag 10-12 Uhr (nach Vereinbarung)

Akademischer Werdegang:

  • Seit 2018: wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und IMPEQ Koordinatorin am Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Pädagogik
  • 2016 – 2018: Gastforscherin und Lehrbeauftragte an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Abteilung für Vergleichende und Internationale Erziehungswissenschaft
  • 2009 – 2015: Doktorandin an der Universität von Wisconsin-Madison (USA) im Department of Educational Policy Studies und dem Development Studies Program (Promotion)
  • 2001 – 2007: Studium der Psychologie an der Universität von Koblenz-Landau (Diplom)
  • 1997 – 2001: Berufsausbildung und –tätigkeit  

Preise, Stipendien und Forschungsförderung:

  • 2021: Global Education Network Europe (GENE) Forschungspreis für internationalen Schulbuchvergleich
  • 2021: Creating Inclusive Excellence Grant der Michigan State Universität (internationales Forschungskollektiv)
  • 2017: Spencer Foundation Small Grant (mit Nancy Kendall und Sophia Friedson-Ridenour)
  • 2016: Gail P. Kelly Outstanding Dissertation Award der Comparative and International Education Society (CIES)
  • 2015: DAAD Stipendium für Rückkehrer*innen aus dem Ausland
  • 2014: Mellon Foundation Dissertation Writing Grant
  • 2012: Brazilian Initiation Scholarship Award, Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA)
  • 2011: Tinker Nave Field Research Award, Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies (LACIS) an der Universität von Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2003: ASA-Programm Stipendium für Projektarbeit in Mosambik

Forschungs- und Arbeitsschwerpunkte:

  • Interkulturelle und International Vergleichende Erziehungswissenschaft
  • Bildung in postkolonialen Kontexten
  • Bildung für nachhaltige Entwicklung
  • Hochschulforschung (Schwerpunkt: Internationalisierung)  

 

Theorieschwerpunkte:

  • Sozialanthropologisch, ethnographische Bildungsforschung
  • Kritische Theorien der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit
  • Critical black and ethnic studies (einschließlich kritische feministische Perspektiven)
  • Postcolonial and post-foundational approaches to education research and theory

(Auswahl seit 2020)

Keynote and Invited Talks:

  • 2021: Childhood and Youth worldwide: International Comparisons of Schools and Education, Seminar Day – School System Worldwide 2.0, Bamberg University, December 3 (keynote)
  • 2021: Global University: Global Ethics, University College Dublin, College of Social Sciences and Law, November 22 (invited talk)
  • 2021: Africa in the World, Michigan State University, March 22 (guest lecture)
  • 2020: Internationalisierung von Hochschulbildung als Form der internationalen Entwicklungskooperation, FGMM-Workshop #10, Migration und Bildung, Universität Gießen, December 12 (invited talk)

 

Conference Panels:

  • 2021: Responsibility for Sustainable Development: A cross-curriculum study of Finnish, German, and Ghanaian textbook messages. 6th JoLii Confernce – Education and Sustainable Development Goals, Tampere University and Sino-Finnish Joint Learning Innovation Institute, November 15-17 (panel with Vera Centeno, Evi Plötz, Yaa Ampofo, and Santeri Sorsa)

 

Conference Papers:

  • 2021: A political economic-ecological analysis of conceptualization of human-earth relations in the UNESCO ESD framework, European Education Research Association (EERA/ECER), Geneva/online, September 6-10 (in collaboration with Nancy Kendall, Sophia Friedson-Ridenour, Yaa Ampofo, Vera Centeno, Evi Plötz)
  • 2021: Representations of humans, climate and environmental change in African and European school curricula: A political ecological analysis, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research International Conference (GAISC), Online, August 23-27 (in collaboration with Nancy Kendall, Sophia Friedson-Ridenour, Yaa Ampofo, Vera Centeno, Evi Plötz)
  • 2021: A political ecology perspective on the conceptualization of human-earth relationships in the UNESCO Learning Objectives for Sustainable Development, German Society of Education Research (DGfE), Division: Intercultural and International Comparative Education Research (SIIVE), Technical University of Dortmund, Feb 19-22
  • 2020: Internationalization of higher education. African students’ experiences in Brazil, Academic Network on Global Education and Learning (ANGEL), Online conference hosted by the University of Oulu, June 11-12

** - indicates double-blind peer-reviewed; * - indicates peer-reviewed

Monographs:

 

Articles and Chapters:

  • **Ress, S., Kendall, N., Fridson-Ridenour, S., & Ampofo, Y. (forthcoming). Representations of humans, climate change and environmental degradation in African school curricula. Comparative Education Review.
  • *Ress, S. (forthcoming). Zur Bedeutung von Geschichtsverstehen für eine postkolonial-differenzsensible Perspektive auf Globales Lernen und dessen Auswirkungen im Kontext von Vulnerabilität und Marginalität. In G. Lang-Wojtasik (ed.) Globales Lernen – ein Studienhandbuch. Münster: Waxmann-UTB.
  • *Ress, S. (forthcoming) Mobility and Education. In Michelle Proyer, Sabine Krause & Gertraud Kremsner (eds.). The making of a teacher in the age of migration – Recognition of internationally acquired teaching competences through a hegemonial lens. Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • *Ress, S., Majee, U., & Thangaraj, M. (invited contribution, forthcoming). Race and racialization in South-South cooperation. World Yearbook of Education 2023, Routledge Publishing (eds. Janelle Scott and Monisha Bajaj).
  • *Corson, J. & Ress, S. (2020). Post-foundational Approaches in Comparative and International Education. In Bloomsbury Handbook of Theory in Comparative and International Education, Bloomsbury Publishing.
  • **Ress, S. (2019). Positioned Struggles over ‘History’ – ‘Race’ in Brazilian South-South Cooperation in Higher Education. In Transnationalisation and Knowledge - The Ubiquity of Translation and the Crisis it Faces (Transcript Publisher).
  • **Ress, S. (2018). ‘Race’ as a Political Issue in Brazilian South-South Cooperation in Higher Education. Comparative Education Review, 62(3).
  • **Majee, U. & Ress, S. (2018). Colonial Legacies in Internationalization of Higher Education: Racial Justice and Geopolitical Redress in South Africa and Brazil. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. DOI: 10.1080/03057925.2018.1521264
  • *Ress, S. (2018). Internationalization, Southern Diplomacy, and National Identity in Brazilian Higher Education,” In D. Proctor & L. E. Rumbley (eds.). The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education. Next Generation Insights into Research, Policy, and Practice. Routledge.
  • *Ress, S. (2015). Racialisation through “Time” in Brazil’s Cooperation in Higher Education: An Ethnographic Case Study of UNILAB,” In D. B. Napier (ed.). International Perspectives on Race (and Racism): Historical and Contemporary Considerations in Education and Society. Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Publisher.
  • *Ress, S. (2015). Culturally-relevant Pedagogy in Education Cooperation – A Case Study of a Brazilian University. In K. Rheinländer (eds.). Ungleichheitssensible Hochschullehre. Positionen, Voraussetzungen, Perspektiven [Inequality-sensitive college teaching. Positions, prerequisites and perspectives]. Heidelberg: Springer Publisher.

 

Series Editor:

  • Nyiramana, C., Ress, S., Gatwa, T., Scheunpflug, A., & Uwimbabazi, P. (series eds.) (2021). New Perspectives on Quality Education in Sub-Sahara Africa by IMPEQ Graduates. IMPEQ Series published by the Protestant Institute of Arts and Sciences (PIASS), Butare-Huye, Rwanda.

 

Reports, Book Reviews, and Other Publications:

  • Ress, S. (2021). Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review – Fifteenth Anniversary Special Edition by Stephen McCloskey et al. (eds.), 2021published by Centre of Global Education, Belfast.
  • Ress, S. (2021). Education in a Globalized World: Teaching Right Livelihood by Ellen Christoforatou (ed.), 2016 published by PROLOG-Verlag der Universität Kassel. Zeitschrift für Internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspädagogik.
  • Ress, S. (2022). Summary of talk by Dr. Élodie Malanda: Antiracism in French and German youth’s literature (2000-2020): Strategies, paradoxes and possible solutions. IMPEQ Newsletter Winter Issue 2021.
  • Ress, S. (2021). Postkoloniale Perspektive auf Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung (BNE). In Dieter Schoof-Wetzig (ed.). Handreichung für die Qualifizierung von Multiplikatorinnen und Multiplikatoren für Bildung für Nachhaltige Entwicklung. Netzwerk „Orientierungsrahmen Globale Entwicklung in der Lehrkräfte(fort)bildung.“
  • von Oswald, A., Ress S., Pfeffer-Hoffmann, C. P., Koßler A., & Montero, M. (2019). Herausforderung: Zusammenleben im Quartier. Die Entwicklung von Wohnquartieren in Deutschland. Wahrnehmungen, Schwierigkeiten und Handlungsempfehlungen, www.researchgate.net/publication/338447980.
  • *Ress, S. (2019). Social movements as learning spaces [Soziale Bewegungen als Lernräume]. Review of Education and Social Movements [Soziale Bewegungen und Bildung] by Benjamin Bunk, 2018 published by Ferdinand Schöningh. Forschungsjournal Soziale Bewegung, 3.
  • Ress, S. (2019). Qualitative Research Methods. Online-Curriculum for B.A. in Interprofessional Health Care Management, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences.
  • *Ress, S. (2018). What Role should CIES have in a Post-national, Globalized World? CIES Perspectives, Winter 2018. (http://www.cies.us/?page=Newsletter)
  • Ress, S. (2018). Discussing comics and notions of the human? Webinar Discussion by the Post-Foundational SIG. News and Views from the Field. CIES Perspectives, Winter 2018 (http://www.cies.us/?page=Newsletter)
  • Ress, S. (2018). Introduction to Social Science Research. Online-Curriculum for B.A. in Interprofessional Health Care Management, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences.
  • *Ress, S. (2016). Can the global SDG Agenda in Education Influence Germany’s National and International Policies in Education?” NORRAG News 54, December 2016, pp. 90-92.
  • Ress, S. (2007, 2008, 2009). Monitoring and Evaluation Reports (Baseline and Follow-up), ASA Program, InWent, Berlin.
  • Ress, S. (in print). Education in a Globalized World: Teaching Right Livelihood by Ellen Christoforatou (ed.), 2016 published by PROLOG-Verlag der Universität Kassel. Zeitschrift für Internationale Bildungsforschung und Entwicklungspädagogik.

Lehrveranstaltungen im SoSe 2022

Seminare

Allgemeine Pädagogik - Basismodul I: Pädagogische Anthropologie und Normativität (Seminar 5)
2 SWS
Susanne Ress
Allgemeine Pädagogik - Basismodul I; MA Empirische Bildungsforschung: Lernumwelten Basismodul A
Lehramt: Grundlagen der Bildung / Grundlagenseminar Kurs G
2 SWS
Susanne Ress
LAMOD-01-01-003c,b,a; LAB-B-01-01-003b
Master Educational Quality in Developing Countries: Measuring and Documentation II: Qualitative and quantitative assessment methods - Modul 7
2 SWS
Susanne Ress
Master Educational Quality in Developing Countries: Seminar "Faith-based Education" (Modul 2)
3 SWS
Susanne Ress
Seminar IMPEQ
SWS
Susanne Ress

Sonstige Lehrveranstaltungen

Master Educational Quality in Developing Countries: SL
SWS
Susanne Ress