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Dr. Johanna Sackel

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Dr. Johanna Sackel

Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Historisches Institut > Contemporary History

Manager - Academic Councillor

Phone:
+49 5251 60-5509
Office:
N4.128
Office hours:

Do, 13-14 Uhr
Bitte buchen Sie vorab einen Zeitslot über PANDA.

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Visitor:
Pohlweg 55
33098 Paderborn
Mitgliedschaften
  • Verband der Historiker und Historikerinnen Deutschlands (VHD)
  • AG Internationale Geschichte im VHD
  • International Maritime History Association
  • Netzwerkpartnerin der UN-Ozeandekade in Deutschland
Organization of events
  • Lecture series "Consumption as a global challenge", winter term 2018/19, combined with a workshop hosted with civil initiatives in Paderborn
  • Lecture series "Discussing the Antropocene", winter term 2019/20
PhD Project

Who Owns the Sea? Debates on Marine Resources During the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (1968 - 1994)

(Awarded by the Executive Board of Paderborn University)

Research Interests
  • Environmental History, especially of the oceans
  • Maritime history
  • Relationship of economy and ecology
  • History of international institutions (esp. United Nations)
  • Global history; history of north-south relations
Sonstiges
  • Mittelbauvertreterin im Fakultätsrat (seit 2021)
  • Gründungsmitglied der Initiative Nachhaltigkeit an der UPB
  • Begutachtungen für die DFG
Teaching
  • Global and International History
  • North-South-Relations after 1945
  • Environmental History
  • Maritime History
  • History of societies
  • Public History/Digital History/"Histotainment"
Dr. Johanna Sackel
Miscellaneous
Since 05/2019

Academic Councillor

Researcher and lecturer in contemporary history, management director Department of History, Paderborn University

04/2013 - 05/2019

Researcher with teaching position in contemporary history, Paderborn University

Neueste Geschichte/Zeitgeschichte, Historisches Institut an der Universität Paderborn

03/2019

PhD

Dissertation: Wem gehört das Meer? Debatten um marine Ressourcen im Rahmen der dritten Seerechtskonferenz der Vereinten Nationen

10/2015 - 10/2016

Management of the Department of History at Paderborn University

08/2016 - 09/2016

Research stay in Halifax (Canada) and New York City

10/2005 - 03/2013

Study to become a teacher of German, pedagogy and social sciences with emphasis on history

Degree with state examination and a thesis on "The Strained Relationship Between Established Science of History and Histotainment". Awarded as outstanding degree thesis (DGS-Award of the Faculty of Cultural Studies, Paderborn University).

Since 05/2019

Academic Councillor

Researcher and lecturer in contemporary history, management director Department of History, Paderborn University

04/2013 - 05/2019

Researcher with teaching position in contemporary history, Paderborn University

Neueste Geschichte/Zeitgeschichte, Historisches Institut an der Universität Paderborn

03/2019

PhD

Dissertation: Wem gehört das Meer? Debatten um marine Ressourcen im Rahmen der dritten Seerechtskonferenz der Vereinten Nationen

10/2015 - 10/2016

Management of the Department of History at Paderborn University

08/2016 - 09/2016

Research stay in Halifax (Canada) and New York City

10/2005 - 03/2013

Study to become a teacher of German, pedagogy and social sciences with emphasis on history

Degree with state examination and a thesis on "The Strained Relationship Between Established Science of History and Histotainment". Awarded as outstanding degree thesis (DGS-Award of the Faculty of Cultural Studies, Paderborn University).

Monographie

Wem gehört das Meer? Globale Ressourcen und die dritte UN-Seerechtskonferenz (1968–1994) (=Studien zur Internationalen Geschichte 52), Berlin/Boston 2022. (zum Buch)

Publications

"Rationale Fischerei?" - Das Konzept des maximum sustainable yield im Spannungsfeld von Ökonomie und Ökologie, in: Vierteljahrschrift für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte (forthcoming 2018).

Food justice, common heritage, and the oceans: Resource narratives in the context of the Third United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, in: The International Journal of Maritime History, Vol. 29 (3), 2017, S. 645-659. (peer-reviewed)

Weitere Aufsätze

mit Anna-Katharina Wöbse: Networks, in: Torma, Franziska (Hrsg.): A Cultural History of the Sea in the Global Age (=A Cultural History of the Sea 6), London/New York 2021.

Solidarität vs. Ressourcensouveränität? Die dritte UN-Seerechtskonferenz als Herausforderung für die Süd-Süd-Beziehungen, in: Dinkel, Jürgen/Fiebrig, Steffen/Reichherzer, Frank (Hrsg.): Nord/Süd. Perspektiven auf eine globale Konstellation, Berlin/Boston 2020.