Jacqueline Haake-Schulz

SKILL Project

Jacqueline Haake-Schulz

Project Manager

(On leave in summer semester 2022. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..)

Contact details


Fields of Activity

  • Administrative and project implementation support
  • Support in event and meeting organization
  • Coordination of schedule requests

Curriculum Vitae

Jacqueline Haake-Schulz has been working at the European University Viadrina since 2005. She is the Office Manager of Prof. Dr. Jürgen Neyer at the Chair for European and International Politics and has specialized in project management. Her skill set includes knowledge of the accounting modalities of research projects as well as vast experience in supporting research and teaching activities with an international focus.

Read more: Jacqueline Haake-Schulz

  • Hits: 419

Jürgen Neyer

SKILL Project

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Neyer

Professor for European and International Politics

Contact details


Research Areas

  • Digital transformation of local, European and international governance
  • Algorithmic text mining
  • Democracy in Europe

Curriculum Vitae

Jürgen Neyer is Professor of European and International Politics at the European University Viadrina and the Founding Director of the European New School of Digital Studies (ENS). He has researched and taught at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, the University of Bremen, the University of California at Berkeley, the European University Institute Florence, the Free University Berlin, the University of Haifa and the Carleton University Ottawa. Neyer has widely published on European governance, deliberative democracy and digital sovereignty. His recent projects focus on linkages between technological innovation and international conflicts and the development of an AI-based search engine for arguments.

More Information

Read more: Jürgen Neyer

  • Hits: 310

Dorothea Horst

SKILL Project

Dr. Dorothea Horst

Center for Teaching and Learning (ZLL) / European University Viadrina

Contact details


Research Areas

  • Multimodal and multimedia discourses
  • Mediality of language and communication
  • Language and power
  • Metaphor studies
  • Embodiment

Curriculum Vitae

Dorothea Horst graduated in Theatre Studies, Journalism and Spanish Studies from the University of Leipzig (2001–2006) and in Intercultural Communication Studies from the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder) (2007–2010). She researched and taught as member of the Chair for Language Use and Multimodal Communication at Viadrina before joining the Center for Teaching and Learning as part of the SKILL Team in December 2021. From 2009 to 2013 she was a junior researcher in the project “Multimodal Metaphor and Expressive Movement” at the interdisciplinary research center Languages of Emotion (Freie Universität Berlin) in the context of which she is collaborating author of the book “Cinematic Metaphor. Experience – Affectivity – Temporality” (2018) and co-editor of the volume “Cinematic Metaphor in Perspective. Reflections on a Transdisciplinary Framework” (2018). In 2017, Dorothea received her doctoral degree from European University Viadrina with a thesis on “Meaning-Making and Political Campaign Advertising. A Cognitive-Linguistic and Film-Analytical Perspective on Audiovisual Figurativity” that was published with De Gruyter in 2018. During her time at Viadrina, she was interim professor of Media, Culture and Communication (2018–2019) and co-conducted the seed-money project “Multimodal Constructions of Threat: Conceptualizing Danger and Enemies in Populist About the EU in Germany and Poland” (2015).

Her research interests are located at the interface of applied as well as cognitive linguistics and media studies with a particular focus on multimodal and multimedia discourses, mediality and materiality of language and communication, language and power, metaphor studies and embodiment. Empirically, she works on questions of the (re)configuration of the social in public and media discourse, implications of power in private and public discourse, and opportunities and limits of digital technologies for research and teaching in the humanities.

Read more: Dorothea Horst

  • Hits: 340

© 2022 European New School of Digital Studies (ENS)

Physical address:

Building: Collegium Polonicum (CP)
Ul. Kosciuszki 1
69-100 Slubice, Poland
Room CP 100

Postal address:

Stiftung Europa-Universität Viadrina
Große Scharrnstrasse 59
15230 Frankfurt (Oder), Germany


Phone: +49 (0)335 5534 16 6780
E-Mail: ens [at] europa-uni.de