Faculty members of both universities engage in many individual and collective research projects. They also supervise doctoral students on a range of topics.

This list is only a selection of ongoing research projects

Transformations in Europe and Asia: Markets, States, and Societies (TEAMS)

Asianisms since the late 19th century: 'Asia' and the (Re)Definition of Spaces, Identities, and Power Structures (2009-2012)

Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Principle researchers: Marc Frey and Nicola Spakowski (University of Freiburg) Researchers: Stefanie Jürries, Stefan Hübner and Torsten Weber. For further information click here

Colonialism and the Development of International Law (2010-2013)

Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Principle Researchers: Marc Frey, Axel Kämmerer (Bucerius Law School Hamburg) and Oliver Dörr (University of Osnabrück) Researchers: Clara Kemme (Jacobs University Bremen), N.N. (Bucerius Law School Hamburg), N.N. University of Osnabrück
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Shifting Visions of Development: International Organizations, Non-Governmental Actors and the Rise of Global Governance, 1945-1990 (2011/12)

Funded by the German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, and the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) Workshop project organized by Corinna Unger, Marc Frey and Sönke Kunkel (all Jacobs University)
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