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Dr. Daniel Hardegger

Dr. Daniel Hardegger

Dr. Daniel Hardegger

ZHAW School of Management and Law
Abteilung Business Law
Gertrudstrasse 15
8401 Winterthur


Persönliches Profil


Aus- und Fortbildung

09/2011 - 05/2018 PhD/Dr. Department of International History at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London
08/2014 - 08/2015 Visiting Guest PhD Scholar at Humboldt Universität, Berlin
09/2013 - 09/2015 Visiting Guest PhD Scholar at Columbia University, New York City
07/2010 Summer School: Visual Historic Archive at Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin
02/2010 - 09/2011 MA History and German Language/Literature, Universität Bern, Bern
09/2008 - 08/2009 Erasmus Exchange, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin
10/2005 - 08/2009 BA German Language/Literature and History, Universität Bern, Bern

Beruflicher Werdegang

Founder and Member of the Executive Board of Polis180 e.V., 10/2014 to 07/2018
Founder and Coordinator of Negotiations.CH, since 07/2014
Founder/President UNYANET, 08/2011 to 08/2013; Founder/President Alumni since 08/2013

Mitglied in Netzwerken


Bücher und Monographien, peer-reviewed
Weitere Publikationen
Publikationen vor Tätigkeit an der ZHAW

Hardegger, Daniel (2018): PhD candidates at the University of Berlin and at Columbia University, New York, from 1871 to 1913
Hardegger, Daniel; Niklas Anzinger (2017): Twitterisation – The European Audience in the Age of Social Media. Polis180 Policy Paper #3
Krauskopf, Patrick; Hardegger, Daniel; Macht, Laura (2015). Verhandeln im interkulturellen Kontext: Ein Toolkit für Paralegals und Juristen [Negotiating in an Intercultural Context: A Toolkit for Paralegals and Lawyers]. ius.full, 3+4. 131-135
Paper and panel member at the GHIL (German Historical Institut London) PhD Conference 2013: “Ph.D. Candidates in the Humanities at the Universities of Berlin, London and Columbia University, New York, 1871-1913”
Paper and presentation and the research conference of the Department of History of University of Bern 2012: “The Admission of Women at the University of Berlin, London and Columbia University, New York, 1871-1913”