Prof. Dr. Sabine Tröger

Former Professor of Social Geography / Geographic Development Research

Main fields of Competence and Professional Experience

  • Actor oriented analysis of processes of Societal Transformation and crises in Africa: emphasis on climate change and adaptation, food insecurity and food crisis, HIV-AIDS.
  • Conflict analysis and mediation: resource conflicts/conflicts in contested arenas.
  • Livelihood and vulnerability analyses: explicit emphasis on climate change adaptation and sustainability perspectives, environmental and social justice.
  • Approaches in Transformative Research; moderation techniques.
  • Didactics: teaching & training concepts and their practical application (including design of didactical material and media development); curriculum & module development in fields of social sciences.
  • Special emphasis on and experience in methodology training in qualitative empirical research.
  • Experience in the field of GTZ/GIZ and BMZ (Ministry of Development and Cooperation): consultancy contracts in various regional - Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Ecuador - contexts and thematic foci.
  • Special emphasis on a GTZ/GIZ-Cim (Center for International Migration) engagement in Ethiopia as advisor and department head ‘Climate Change Adaptation’ at HoAREC (Horn of Africa Regional Environment Center - University of Addis Ababa). Establishment of the named department at HoAREC. In this context: Initiator and head of the Climate Change Adaptation project funded by the German Embassy in pastoralists environment in the Lower Omo Valley/Ethiopia.
  • Initiator and head of university cooperation initiatives with Arba Minch University (DAAD Advisory Contract: 2016-2018) and Jinka University (DAAD Fact Finding Mission: July - December 2018) Ethiopia.
  • Research evaluation: since Oct. 2019 until 2021 - central member of the evaluation team in DAAD funding program: Climate Research Alumni and PostDocs in Africa / project evaluation at OeAD, Department for International Cooperation in Higher Education (Vienna, Austria) March/April 2021.   
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Curriculum vitae

27.6.2001: Habilitation, Thesis: „Food Security in the context of Societal Transformation - Local Actors and their Agency.  A Study on the Ufipa Plateau in Southwest Tanzania“.

25.11.1992: PhD, Thesis: "The perception of Africa by German grammar school students". Grade: ‘magna cum laude’.

1973 - 1981: University Training for High School Teaching at Ruhr University in Bochum. Subjects: Geography, English. Diploma: 1st Staatsexamen (= MA).

 

Ethiopia, Ecuador, Greenland, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Sri Lanka, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania (about 3 years field research for habilitation thesis), Malawi and Namibia – all together approx. 16 years


Academic career

Academic career

Professional Training:

  • 1983 – 1985: Teacher Training at Studienseminar Bochum. Diploma: 2nd Staatsexamen (Grade: ‘With Excellence’).

Further Qualifications:

  • 31th July. - 6th August 1994: One-week practical training by GTZ (German Agency for Technical Cooperation „Participatory Rural Appraisal" (PRA).                                                           
  • 1986 - 1987: 2 one-week Seminars on the ZOPP-Method (Development Planning).
  • 1973: Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English.
  • October 2015: ERASMUS stay at Royal Holloway University / London (10 days) - special focus: social-political philosophy in participatory approaches (research & practice)
  • 2002 - 2020: Professor of Social Geography / Geographic Development Research at the Institute for Geography / University of Bonn (retirement in April 2020)
  • Since October 2001: Acting Professor in Didactics of Geography at the Institute for Geography / University of Bayreuth.
  • 1991 - 1999: University Assistant (C1) at the Institute for Geography / University of Bayreuth, Department: Didactics of Geography (September 1996 until August 1998: on child-leave).
  • Summer term 1991: University teaching position (‘Lehraufträge’) at the Technical University Berlin/ Institute for Geography (Preparation for Practical Training, Coaching in Schools).
  • 1986 - 1991: Lecturer at the Technical University of Berlin / Institute for Geography, Department for Didactics of Geography.
  • 1985: 3-months Teacher (14 hours/week) at a High School in Herdecke.
  • 1981 - 1982: Teacher (12 lessons/week) at a High School in Gelsenkirchen.
  • 1979 - 1982: Tutor (student assistant with teaching obligations) at the Institute for Geography/ Ruhr University in Bochum, 19 hours/week.
  • 1975 - 1986: Teacher at Adult Education Institute: English, 8 lessons/week (beginner to certificate level)
  • Since July 2021: Cooperation in Progress: SPARC (Social Policy Analysis and Research Center) University of Colombo/Sri Lanka (perspectives: Climate Change & Migration) Perspective: DAAD Hochschulberater Vetrag (University Advisor Contract) with SPARC
  • 2019 – 2021: Member of evaluating team in DAAD funding programme: Climate Research Alumni and PostDocs in Africa - climapAfrica (esp. WASCAL & SASSCAL)
  • July – December 2018: DAAD University Cooperation, here: Fact Finding Mission, Project Head, Cooperation with Jinka University / Ethiopia, Regional focus: Lower Omo Valley, Project Partners: Prof. Dr. Gebre Yntiso (President), Dr. Dikaso Gojamme (Vice President)
  • July 2016: DAAD ‘Hochschulberatervertrag’ (University Advisor Contract) – Arba Minch
  • June 2018: University (coop. project on Curriculum Development & Coaching in the field of Social sciences with Arba Minch University / Ethiopia
  • October 2013 - winter term 2015: Member of the lecturer team of the GIUB/UNU Joint Master Course on Environmental Risks and Human Security” (International Master Course)
  • Summer term 2002 - summer term 2013: Member of the advisory board of study affairs at the Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University Bonn, Geography Department (Tasks: modularization of diploma and graduate programs, conceptual design and reorganization of bachelor and master study programs consistent with the requirements for accreditation (‘Bologna Process’), definition of learning objectives.
  • 2002 - 2022: Senior Research Fellow at ZEF (altogether 10 PhD supervisions)
  • 2003 - 2013: Member of the structuring commission at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University Bonn, Institute for Geography (Tasks: long term structuring of teaching objectives and scientific research at the Geography Department as well as within the interdisciplinary association neighboring sciences, analyses of labor markets to guarantee a long term propaedeutic professional education for students, overall concept discussions).
  • 5th – 17th October 2015: ERASMUS Staff Mobility for Teaching, Royal Holloway University, London
  • 16th - 22nd June 2012: Lecturer for ‘Rift Valley Institute, course on Horn of Africa’ - Kenya
  • 30th January: Lecturer on ‘Climate Change Governance: Adaptation & Mitigation as
  • 10th February 2012: Institutional Process, University of Wageningen, Netherlands
  • November 2008 - August 2012: Contract with GTZ-CIM: Expert position as Head-Coordinator of the Climate Change & Adaptation Unit at HoA-REC/N (Horn of Africa Regional Environment Center & Network  / in this context: contract with GTZ-SLM (Sustainable Land Management Program Ethiopia: 1,5 Years Climate Change Adaptation study; with 8 MA-Students of Bonn University & 18 Woreda Experts in Ethiopia)      
  • 2011: Project on Climate Change Adaptation funded by the German Embassy in Ethiopia (Climate Fund ’11), regional focus: South Omo / Nyangatom Community     
  • 2006 – 2010: Project sponsored by DFG (German Research Foundation) on „Agency and local actors: Perceptions, interpretations and strategies in the context of HIV/AIDS in urban and semi-urban Ethiopia.“
  • 2003: Research Cooperation with Mzuzu University, Mzuzu (Malawi) and Universidade Católica de Moçambique, Beira (Mozambik)
  • 2003 - 2005. Cooperation with GTZ „Mainstreaming AIDS“/ Malawi
  • 1987: 3 months field research in Kenya und Tanzania sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
  • 2001: Chair of Social Geography / Geographic Development Research at the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University Bonn /Institute for Geography – list position 1.
  • 1998 - 1999: Chair of Didactics of Geography at the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena - list position 3.
  • December 2007 - November 2008: GTZ/APE (African Parks Ethiopia) consultancy on:  Backstopping of communication and mediation process and training of field staff (moderators, facilitators from ethnic communities);
  • May – October 2007: GTZ/APF (African Parks Ethiopia) consultancy: “Development of a concept for  conflict mediation and participatory planning, communication and coordination” in the context of the land right conflict Omo-National-Park/ south Ethiopia.
  • Since 2007: Consultant for DFG (German Research Foundation): evaluation of research applications
  • March 2006: Consultant for the allocation of studentships for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • November 2004: Consultant for the allocation of studentships for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • April – May 2004: Overview on the socio-cultural Dimension of the concept of ‘Sustainability’ according to Rio 1992 (consultancy by ‘Staatsinstitut für Schulqualität und Bildungsforschung (ISB) – together with Prof. Dr. Theo Rauch / FU Berlin
  • 1998: Consultant for the GTZ-project „Sociopolitical Counseling in Malawi” - 4th until 15th of May 1998: Training and instructions for 18 students of sociology from the Netherlands and Malawi for their field work with participatory research methodology (esp.PRA).
  • 1993 - 1994. Consultant / Trainer for the GTZ-IFSP (Integrated Food Security Program) in Sumbawanga/ Tanzania. Terms: Conception and evaluation of Target-Group PRA-Approach, training and coaching of field staff, revision and adaptation of conceptual approach
  • 1992 - 1997: Research fellow of the project „Identity in Africa“ sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG) in Bayreuth. Fieldwork: 3 years all together. The research-data was analyzed in the context of the Habilitation-Thesis.
  • 1989: 2 months fieldwork within the context of the GTZ-Project for “Bilingual Teaching at Primary Schools” in the Paramo (highland) of Ecuador (EBI), Consultancy of the Ministry for Development Cooperation (BMZ) of the German Government. Terms: Development  and design of teaching material on development cooperation to be used in German schools.                                           
  • 1988: 3,5 months fieldwork in 2 GTZ-Projects in Zimbabwe (CARD) and  Zambia (IRDP). Consultancy for GTZ. Terms: Development and design of teaching material on development cooperation to be used in German schools.

All togehter about 90; among them the most prominent

  • 19st – 23rd September 2022: Workshop in Lusaka / Zambia (VW foundation): ‘Spaces for Future: forthcoming! Processes of Rural and Urban Transformation in Southern Africa. Keynote: Transformation towards sustainability. Social Justice as a key factor.
  • 27th August 2021. SPARC / Social Policy and Research Centre: Colombo University; Series-Lecture 6: ‘Everything that is happening now is beyond our capacity’ - Pastoralist societies in the course of Societal Transformation (Colombo virtual).
  • 7th - 11th July 2021: VAD Africa Challenges, Panel: Lands of the Future - Futuremaking with Pastoralists in Africa, Talk: Just Societal Transformation. Perspectives of Pastoralists in the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia (Frankfurt, virtual)
  • 29th - 30th October 2020: DAAD ClimapAfrica Conference, Talk: ‘Committees’, a promising institution in Climate Change Communication and Adaptation? (virtual)
  • 28th July 2019: Oromo Studies Association (OSA) Conference, Talk: Pastoralist Societies in Lower Omo – Dynamics in Societal Transformation, Addis Ababa
  • 8th May 2019: Bonner Geographische Gesellschaft: Gesellschaftliche Transformation im Zeichen der Globalisierung: Pastoralisten, ihr Leben in Süd-Äthiopien, Bonn                  
  • 3rd October 2018: 20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20), 30th October – 5th November; Talk: Lands of the Future: Governance – A Pastoralist Interpretation from the Lower Omo, Mekelle / Ethiopia (Congress Journey funded by DAAD)
  • 9. - 12 November 2017: ASA (American Studies Assoc.) Congress in Chicago Panel Chair: New Directions in Ethiopian Studies: Contemporary Perspectives
  • 5. April 2017: Talk: Hunger, Armut und Entrechtung im Schatten der Globalisierung: Beispiel Äthiopien.  Jubiläumsvortrag der Gesellschaft für Geographie und Geologie Bochum zum 60jährigen Bestehen.   
  • 12. Januar 2017: ARTS Talk: Community Participation: hail promising landmark in Climate Change Adaptation? in Bonn
  • 21st - 23rd February 2016: Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa 2016, Talk: ‘Models’ for Climate Change Adaptation – Beware / Be Aware of Societal Transformation’, Addis Ababa (Congress Journey, funded by DAAD)
  • 2nd - 4th September 2015: World Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation (WSCCA 2015), Talk: ‘Societal Transformation, buzzy perspectives on Climate Change Adaptation’, Manchester
  • 7th May 2012: International Workshop in Bonn (GIZ): Tracking Successful Adaptation – Smart Monitoring for Good Results; Key Note: Setting the Scene: Stories of Adaptation from Ethiopia
  • 1st February 2011: Delhi Sustainable Development Summit: Tapping Local Initiatives and Tracking Global Inertia, 1st-3rd February 2001. Talk: Adapting Livestock Systems to Climate Change – Examples from Ethiopia. & Panelist on the 3rd February, New Delhi
  • 20th July 2011: Workshop on Indigenous Peoples, Marginal Populations and Climate Change: Vulnerability, Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge 19th to 21st July in New Mexico, IPCC 2014 - Lead Authors Meeting on Regional Examples; Talk: ‘Everything that is happening now is beyond our capacity! – Nyangatom Livelihoods under Threat’
  • 17th October 2009: HoA-REC/N Stakeholder Meeting in Kartoum: 15th-18th October 2009. Talk: Features of Climate Change in Ethiopia – imperatives and challenges for Adaptation.
  • 1st - 4th August 1992: Symposium on ‘Interdependence in Geographic Education, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2nd – 7th August 1992, Talk: The Perception of Africa and its People by German Pupils: Framework for Dev. Education.
  • 19st – 23rd September 2022: Workshop in Lusaka / Zambia (VW foundation): ‘Spaces for Future: forthcoming! Processes of Rural and Urban Transformation in Southern Africa. Keynote: Transformation towards sustainability. Social Justice as a key factor.
  • 27th August 2021: SPARC / Social Policy and Research Centre: Colombo University; Series-Lecture 6: ‘Everything that is happening now is beyond our capacity’ - Pastoralist societies in the course of Societal Transformation (Colombo virtual).
  • 7th - 11th July 2021: VAD Africa Challenges, Panel: Lands of the Future - Futuremaking with Pastoralists in Africa, Talk: Just Societal Transformation. Perspectives of Pastoralists in the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia (Frankfurt, virtual)
  • 29th - 30th October 2020: DAAD ClimapAfrica Conference, Talk: ‘Committees’, a promising institution in Climate Change Communication and Adaptation? (virtual)
  • 28th July 2019: Oromo Studies Association (OSA) Conference, Talk: Pastoralist Societies in Lower Omo – Dynamics in Societal Transformation, Addis Ababa
  • 8th May 2019: Bonner Geographische Gesellschaft: Gesellschaftliche Transformation im Zeichen der Globalisierung: Pastoralisten, ihr Leben in Süd-Äthiopien, Bonn                  
  • 3rd Oct. 2018: 20th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies (ICES20), 30th Oct. – 5th Nov. Talk: Lands of the Future: Governance – A Pastoralist Interpretation from the Lower Omo, Mekelle / Ethiopia (Congress Journey funded by DAAD)
  • 9th - 12th November 2017: ASA (American Studies Assoc.) Congress in Chicago Panel Chair: New Directions in Ethiopian Studies: Contemporary Perspectives
  • 5th April 2017: Talk: Hunger, Armut und Entrechtung im Schatten der Globalisierung: Beispiel Äthiopien.  Jubiläumsvortrag der Gesellschaft für Geographie und Geologie Bochum zum 60jährigen Bestehen.   
  • 12th January 2017: ARTS Talk: Community Participation: hail promising landmark in Climate Change Adaptation? Bonn
  • 21st - 23rd February 2016: Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation in Africa 2016, Talk: ‘Models’ for Climate Change Adaptation – Beware / Be Aware of Societal Transformation’, Addis Ababa (Congress Journey, funded by DAAD),
  • 2nd - 4th September 2015: World Symposium on Climate Change Adaptation (WSCCA 2015), Talk: ‘Societal Transformation, buzzy perspectives on Climate Change Adaptation’, Manchester
  • 7th May 2012: International Workshop in Bonn (GIZ): Tracking Successful Adaptation – Smart Monitoring for Good Results; Key Note: Setting the Scene: Stories of Adaptation from Ethiopia
  • 1st February 2011: Delhi Sustainable Development Summit: Tapping Local Initiatives and Tracking Global Inertia, 1st-3rd February 2001. Talk: Adapting Livestock Systems to Climate Change – Examples from Ethiopia. & Panelist on the 3rd February, New Delhi
  • 20th July 2011: Workshop on Indigenous Peoples, Marginal Populations and Climate Change: Vulnerability, Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge 19th to 21st July in New Mexico, IPCC 2014 - Lead Authors Meeting on Regional Examples; Talk: ‘Everything that is happening now is beyond our capacity! – Nyangatom Livelihoods under Threat’
  • 17th Oct. 2009: HoA-REC/N Stakeholder Meeting in Kartoum: 15th - 18th October 2009. Talk: Features of Climate Change in Ethiopia – imperatives and challenges for Adaptation.
  • 1st - 4th August 1992: Symposium on ‘Interdependence in Geographic Education, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2nd – 7th August 1992, Talk: The Perception of Africa and its People by German Pupils: Framework for Dev. Education.
  • Globalization, Fragmentation and Transformation: Benchmarks in Geography Discourses -  Master Course, 4 hours/week: Winter Semester 2019/2020
  • Inequality and Development in the Age of Globalization – Dialogues between Science and Practice – Master Course: Winter Semester 2014/2015

Methodology Training

  • Philosophies and approaches in reflexive research in geography – Master Course: Winter Semester 2019/2020
  • ‘Participation’ – Methodological approaches and instruments in critical-emancipatory perspective – Master Course: Winter Semester 2018/2019
  • Introduction to Visual Methodologies – Master Course: Summer Semester 2017
  • Participation in socio-political terms and methodological operationalization perspectives: research and practice – Master Course: Winter Semester 2014/2015

Project Seminar – 6 seminar hours/week

  • Refugees facing the challenge of securing their livelihoods in Bonn: A differentiated actor analysis – Master Course: Summer Semester 2019

PhD procedures completed

  • Sewmehon Demissi Tegegne (2012): Livestock Water Productivity (LWP) improvement in the mixed crop-livestock system of Ethiopian Highlands, Amhara Region: a gendered sustainable livelihood approach to target LWP interventions for rural poverty reduction.
  • Till Winkelmann (2013): Risikowahrnehmung, - interpretation und -handeln im Kontext von HIV/AIDS und gesellschaftlicher Transformation. Untersuchungen im urbanen Raum von Addis Abeba/Äthiopien.
  • Steven Ataamvari Adaawen (2015): Narratives of Migration – Complex Answers of a Society in Transformation, Ghana.
  • Felix Guntermann (2019): Addis Abeba Airport zwischen Globalisierung und Fragmentierung – Ein Hub in Raum und Zeit.
  • Darius Tounianuo Mwingyine (2019): Emergent Land Commodification and Intergenerational Land Relations in Peri-Urban Nortwestern Ghana.
  • Aymar Godfried Koukoubou (2021): Handeln in riskanten Umwelten – Überlebenssicherung um welchen Preis? Das Beispiel der Region Atakora in Nord Benin.
  • Edna Agyepong (Ghana): Displacement, land scarcity, and processes of societal transformation. Social constructions and dynamics in the meaning of ‘land’ around Ghana’s Bui Dam.

PhD procedures in progress

  • Daniel Schmitt (Germany): Societal Transformation – Interlinkages between digital innovation and globalized dynamics in the shadow of changing fields of power – spatialized case studies from Africa.

About 80 publications, among them the most important

  • Tröger, S. (2021): Just Societal Transformation: Perspectives of Pastoralists in the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia. In: W. Leal Filho et al (eds), African Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, Springer.
  •  Tröger, S. (2021): Words of Introduction: ‘Committees’ …, Virtual DAAD ClimapAfrica Conference, 29th - 30th October 2020.
  • Tröger, S. (2021, republished): ‘Committees’, a promising institution in Climate Change Communication and Adaptation. In: Condition Humana, Beiträge zum Verlust von Welt und Leib, Vol. 3, 9-22.
  • Tröger, S. (2020): ‘Climate Services’ – the exposition to processes of Irrepealable Societal Transformation, in: African Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation: learning, sharing and advancing efforts to promote climate change adaptation in Africa, Springer Verlag.
  • Tröger, S. (2018, republished): ‘Everything That Is Happening Now Is Beyond Our Capacity’ –Nyangatom Livelihoods Under Threat. In: Cambridge University Press & UNESCO: Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation, Chapt. 15, pp 214 - 226, Cambridge
  • Tröger, S. (2018): ‘Committees’, a Promising Institution in Climate Change Communication and Adaptation? In: W. Leal et al. (eds): Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 2, Chapt. 22, pp 341-355. Springer Verlag: Climate Change Management
  • Tröger, S. (2016): Societal Transformation, buzzy perspectives towards successful Climate Change Adaptation: An Appeal to Caution. In: Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation. In: W.L.Filho Leal et al (eds): Climate Change Management – Implementing Climate Change Adaptation in Cities and Communities, Integrating Strategies and Educational Approaches, Chapt. 19, pp 353-365.  Springer Verlag; Climate Change Management Series.
  • Tröger, S. (2016): ‘Everything That is Happening Now Is Beyond Our Capacity’ – Nyangatom Livelihoods Under Threat. In: W.L. Filho et al (eds): Climate Change Management  Series. Chapt. 19, pp. 353-365, Springer Verlag.
  • Tröger, S. (2012): Failing Seasons, Ailing Societies – Climate Change and Adaptation in Ethiopia. Addis Ababa (study with 8 German students & 18 Woreda (district) DAs)
  • Tröger, S. (2011): Climate Policy Brief on Sustainable Land Management (2010). Ethiopian Civil Society Network on Climate Change, Policy Brief 3.
  • Tröger, S. (2009): Fragmented or included? – Impacts of Globalization on Addis Ababa’s Poor. In: Die Erdkunde Vol. 63, No. 3.
  • Tröger, S.: Leben in Megastädten – Menschen auf einer Gratwanderung zwischen Integration und gesellschaftlichem Ausschluss. www.bundesregierung.de/evelop-das
  • Tröger, S. (2004): Handeln zur Ernährungssicherheit im Zeichen gesellschaftlichen Umbruchs – Untersuchungen auf dem Ufipa-Plateau im Südwesten Tansanias. Saarbrücken,   Breitenbach  Verlag (= Geographische Entwicklungsforschung 27) – Habilitation Thesis
  • Tröger, S. (2003a): Arbeit im Umbruch kultureller Wertigkeiten. Konsequenzen für die Nahrungssicherheit in der  ländlichen Peripherie Tansanias. Geographische Rundschau 55, 7/8, S. 24-28.
  • Tröger, S. (2003b): Akteure in ihrer Lebensgestaltung (livelihood) zu Zeiten sozialer Transformation – Theoretische Überlegungen und ihre Anwendung auf das Beispiel von Landnutzungskonflikten in Tansania. Geographica Helvetica 58, 1,  S. 24-34.
  • Tröger, S. (2002a): Transformation of Food Systems in the Context of Political Change. Case Study of Tanzania. Die Erde133 (2002a) 4, S. 379-399.
  • Tröger, S. (2002b): Sustainability in the context of Natural and Social Environments – An Actor-oriented Interpretation from south-west Tanzania. Erdkunde 56, 2, S. 170-183.
  • Tröger, S. (2002c): Gesellschaftliche Umverteilung, ein moralisches Muss? Verwundbarkeit und soziale Sicherung im Zeichen gesellschaftlichen Umbruchs – Beobachtungen aus Tansania in akteursorientierter Interpretation. Geographica Helvetica 57, 1, S. 34-45.
  • Tröger, S. (1999a): Mais-Insima und Milch - Ausdruck von Freiheit und Modernität. Konsumvorlieben in kultursoziologischer Interpretation. In: H.P. Hahn und G. Spittler (Hrsg.): Afrika und die Globalisierung. Münster, Hamburg und London, S. 75-88 (= Schriften des VAD 18).
  • Tröger, S. (1999b): Vulnerability in historical perspective - the example of the Wafipa, Southwest Tanzania. In: Schmied, D. (Hrsg.): Changing Rural Structures in Tanzania. Münster, Hamburg und London (1996 b), S. 115-127 (= Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung 11).
  • Tröger S. (1993): Das Afrikabild bei deutschen Schülerinnen und Schülern. Sozialwissenschaftliche Studien zu internationalen Problemen, Bd. 186 – PhD Thesis
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