Prof. Dr. Judith Miggelbrink

Distinguished Research Fellow

Owner of the Human Geography Chair at Dresden University
Hülsse-Bau, 4. Stock, Südflügel, Zimmer 489, Helmholtzstr. 10, 01069 Dresden, Germany
Tel.+49 351 463-33011

2001 PhD in Geography, Leipzig University, Germany
Title of dissertation: The Domesticated View. The Chance in Human
Geographical Research Approaches of the Discourse on »Space« and »Region« of the late 20th Century
1992 Graduate studies in Geography (Diploma), University of Münster, Germany

Selected publications
Miggelbrink, J. (2013). Immer unter Verdacht? Identitätszuschreibungen im Kontext des Kleinhandels an der Außengrenze der Europäischen Union. Geographica Helvetica, 68(3), 201-211.
Meyer, F. & Miggelbrink, J. (2013). The Subject and the Periphery. About Discourses, Loopings and Ascriptions. In: M. Naumann & A. Fischer-Tahir (eds.), Peripheralization. The Making of Spatial Dependencies and Social Injustice. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag. 207-223.
Bruns, B.; Miggelbrink, J. & Müller, K. (2011). Smuggling and small-scale trade as part of informal economic practices – empirical findings from the Eastern external EU border. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 31 (11/12), 664-680.

Experience in externally funded projects
Diskurs und Praktiken in schrumpfenden Regionen. Eine Untersuchung der subjektiven Relevanz von Schrumpfungsdiskursen am Beispiel des Landkreises Altenburger Land; funded by German Research Foundation (DFG); leading Researcher; 2013-2016.
Geographie[n] an den Rändern des europäischen Projekts. Räumliche Orientierung und Peripherisierung an der Außengrenze der erweiterten Europäischen Union; Funding by the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development and the Saxon State Ministry for Science and Art of the Pact for Research and Innovation, awarded by the Senate of the Leibniz Association; leading Researcher; 2007-2009.