Research Fellows

Dr. Anna Fuhrstorfer

Contact:

University of Potsdam
Chair of Comparative Politics
August-Bebel-Straße 89
14482 Potsdam
House 1, Room 1.71

Phone: +49 331-977-3482
E-Mail: fruhstorferuni-potsdamde
Homepage: www.fruhstorfer.me

Office Hours:

Arrangement via email.

CV:

  • Since 10/2020 University of Potsdam, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Chair of Comparative Politics (Prof.Steffen Ganghof)
  • 10/2019-09/2020 Free University Berlin, Visiting Professor (Vertretungsprofessur W3), ComparativePolitics and Eastern Europe
  • 10/2018-09/2019 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Visiting Professor (Vertretungsprofessur W3), German Politics
  • 10/2017-09/2018 University of Göttingen, Post-Doctoral Researcher at the AvH Chair of Comparative Constitutionalism, Prof. Ran Hirschl
  • 09–10/2017 and 01/12-09/12 Parental leave
  • 09/2016-08/2017 University of Texas at Austin, Post-Doctoral Researcher, Department of Government (Prof. Zachary Elkins and Prof. Gary Jacobsohn)
  • 09/2015 Ph.D in Political Sciences at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Topic: 'Constitutions and Presidents. How Formal Rules Constrain and Empower'
  • 05/2009-08/2016 Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Research Fellow, Chair of Comparative Politics (Prof. Silvia von Steinsdorff)

Publications:

Articles:

  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Gianluca Passarelli (2020): President and Assemblies, 25 years after Shugart and Carey, in: Political Studies Review 18/1.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Michael Hein (2019): Institutional Interests and the Politics of Constitutional Amendments, in: International Political Science Review (online first).
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Verena Frick (2019): Konstitutionalismus jenseits der westlichen Welt, in: Zeitschrift für Politik 4/19.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2019): Consistency or Inconsistency in Constitutional Design and Its Effect on Democracy, in: Democratization (online first).
  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2017): Paradoxes of constitutional politics in the post-soviet space, in: Illinois Law Review, 101-129.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2016): Recent debates and advances in the scholarly examination of presidential institutions, in: French Politics 14, 254-271.
  • Silvia von Steinsdorff & Anna Fruhstorfer (2012): Post-soviet de facto states in search of internal and external legitimacy, in: Communist and Postcommunist Studies 45, 117-121.

Special Issues/Edited Volume (Eds.) :

  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Gianluca Passarelli eds. (2020): Presidents and Assemblies. A quarter of a century after Shugart and Carey’s seminal book, Special Issue in Political Studies Review 18/1.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Verena Frick (2019): Konstitutionalismus jenseits der westlichen Welt, ’Zum Thema’ in Zeitschrift für Politik 4/2019.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Michael Hein (2016): Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.From Post-Socialist Transition to the Reform of Political Systems. Wiesbaden. Springer VS.

Chapters in Edited Volumes:

  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2019): Constitutionalism and Constitutional Law in the Republic of Moldova, in: Albert, Landau, Faraguna, Drugda eds.: Global Review of Constitutional Law.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2019): Verfassungspolitik in der Republik Moldau, in: Benz, Lauth & Bröchler eds.: Handbuch der Europäischen Verfassungsgeschichte.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Felix Petersen (2017): Okulare und Repraesentative Demokratie, in: Hammer & Kajewski eds.: Ocular Democracy by Jeffrey Green. transcript
  • Anna Fruhstorfer (2016): Constitutional Politics in the Republic of Moldova, in: Fruhstorfer & Hein eds.: Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Barbora Moormann-Kimakova (2016): Constitutional Politics in Czech Republic, in: Fruhstorfer & Hein eds.: Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Michael Hein (2016): From Post-social transition to the reform of political systems, in: Fruhstorfer & Hein eds.: Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.
  • Anna Fruhstorfer & Michael Hein (2016): Introduction, in: Fruhstorfer & Hein eds.: Constitutional Politics in Central and Eastern Europe.