Dr. Tabea Häberlein

Academic Career

since 2014: Research assistant in the DFG-founded research project „Inner family resource flows and intergenerational relationships in West Africa“, head: Prof. Dr. Erdmute Alber, chair of social anthropology

2012 - 2014; 2017: Lecturer in Social Anthropology, University of Bayreuth

2009 - 2012: Research assistant in the DFG-founded research project „Inner family resource flows and intergenerational relationships in West Africa“, head: Prof. Dr. Erdmute Alber, chair of social anthropology

2012: PhD in Social Anthropology at BIGSAS, University of Bayreuth
PhD-thesis: Generation-Bonds. Order, practice, and history of the intergenerational relationships of the Lama (Kabɩye) in northern Togo

2008 - 2012: Junior fellow at Bayreuth International Graduate School for African Studies (BIGSAS)

2005: Final Degree in Social Anthropology and Geography at Free University of Berlin: Magistra Artium (MA)
Master thesis: Changing institutions in post-socialist Mongolia – the case of Zuunchangai sum. Berlin, 2005-04-19 (in german)

1998-2005: Studies in Social Anthropology and Geography in Munic (LMU) and Berlin (FU)