Katharina Crepaz

Katharina Crepaz

Katharina Crepaz

Senior Researcher
Center for Advanced Studies

T 792 550 1740 93+


Research Interests:

  • Gender, diversity, and intersectionality
  • Gender, diversity and health
  • the SDGs and healthy, sustainable and inclusive futures
  • Migration and migration policy; "old" and "new" minorities
  • Social determinants of health, health inequalities
  • Inclusion and participation of societally marginalized groups (e.g minorities, persons with a migratory background, persons with disabilities)
  • Well-being and resilience in societies post-Covid-19

Short CV:

PD Katharina Crepaz PhD is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Advanced Studies, Eurac Research. She holds Mag. Phil. (M.A.) degrees in Political Science and English and American Studies and a B.A. in Scandinavian Studies from the Universities of Innsbruck and Vienna, Austria. She completed her PhD in Political Science at the University of Innsbruck in 2015. In 2020, she obtained her habilitation from the Technical University of Munich, and was awarded the venia legendi (ability to teach) in Health Sciences with Special Focus on Diversity Governance. As a Privatdozentin (lecturer with habilitation) she still teaches at TUM, mainly on health and diversity.

Katharina Crepaz has been working at Eurac since March 2020, first as part of the Institute for Minority Rights, and since October 2022 at the CAS. Before coming to Bozen/Bolzano, she was a post-doctoral research associate at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy (Fellow-Group: "Dis[cover]ability and Indicators for Inclusion" and at the Chair of Sociology of Diversity, Technical University of Munich, Germany, from 2015 to 2020. From 2016-2019, she was also an external lecturer at the Institute for Political Science, University of Innsbruck, Austria.

Links: - Personal Website (full CV, publications, teaching, blog) - LinkedIn Profile - ORCID - Google Scholar

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