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Michael Neuber holds a degree in Sociology (Dipl. Soz.) from the Freie Universtät Berlin and is currently completing his dissertation, titled “Choreography of protest action: The body as a medium for political protest,” at the Humboldt Universität of Berlin. His research has been advanced through his affiliations with the University of California Irvine, the Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of California Irvine, and with University of Potsdam. Michael has also worked at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, as a counselor in market research, and served as an adjunct lecturer in Sociology at various universities. His interest focuses on the study of the political dimensions of the visible – the visual representation of protest and social movements in particular. This area of emphasis links his work to the sociology of conflict, social inequality, sociology of the body, and to the development of theories and methods of visual sociology. Michael’s research at the Centre is concerned with the interplay of social movement activities and the dynamics of citizenship.