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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Allgemeine Soziologie

Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Müller

Curriculum Vitae | PublicationsDienstangaben und Sprechstunden

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Since 1992: Full Professor of General Sociology at Humboldt University Berlin and chief editor of the Berliner Journal für Soziologie

Oct. 2005 – Sept. 2006: Managing Director of the Department of Social Sciences at Humboldt University Berlin

1990: Habilitation at the Faculty of Social- and Behavioral Sciences at Heidelberg University

1981: Doctoral Dissertation at the Faculty of Social- and Behavioral Sciences at Heidelberg University

1977 - 1990: Teaching assistant at the University of Augsburg, Heidelberg University and the University of the Federal Armed Services in Munich

1972 - 1977: Studies of Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Augsburg with a Diploma in Sociology, Psychology und Economics

 

Recent key publications

Hans-Peter Müller / Tilman Reitz - Bildung und Klassenbildung (2015) Hans-Peter Müller / Steffen Sigmund - Max Weber Handbuch (2014) Hans-Peter Müller - Pierre Bourdieu (2014)

Hans-Peter Müller - Max Weber (2007) Hans-Peter Müller / Austin Harrington / Barbara Marshall - Encyclopedia of Social Theory (2006)

 

Research and teaching abroad

Italy 2013: Rome (La Sapienza - Università di Roma)

USA 2009: Berkeley (Guest Professor at UC Berkeley)

Italy 2001: Rome (Guest Professor at La Sapienza - Università di Roma)

USA 1997-1999: New York (Holder of the Max-Weber-Chair at New York University and Research Affiliate at Princeton University)

Finland Sept. 1995: Helsinki (Teaching at the Summer School for Finnish Ph.D. students in economics and social science at the University of Helsinki)

Canada Sept./Oct. 1994: Toronto (University of Toronto)

France Sept./Oct. 1993: Paris (Centre International d'Etudes Pédagogiques, Sèvres)

Hungary Oct. 1988: Budapest (Researcher at the Eötvös Loránd University as part of the academic exchange with Heidelberg University);

USA 1986 - 1987: Cambridge, Mass. (John F. Kennedy Fellow at Harvard University), Sept./Oct. 1995: Princeton, N.J. (Guest Professor at Princeton University)

 

Research areas

Classical and modern social theory, social structure and inequality, political sociology, cultural sociology