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European Bulletin of Social Psychology 30,1 (May 2018)


Dear Colleagues and Friends,

Summer is approaching rapidly, and most of us are in the busiest part of the year with the current academic year finishing up. I do hope that you still have some free time to enjoy the nice spring weather and activities.

It is my pleasure to present you to a new volume of the European Bulletin of Social Psychology. With this volume, it is also my great pleasure to introduce our new media manager and co-editor of the bulletin, Tina Keil (PhD), who will take over the parts of the website and MailServe from Sibylle Classen, and set up the strategy for the social media presence of the EASP. We are extremely grateful to have Tina, with her expertise and experience, on board and we look forward to moving into the modern media landscape with her.

As usual, the bulletin aims to give you an account of the multiple activities of the EASP and of its members. One important first news is that the venue and dates for the next General Meeting in 2020 have been settled. We are very happy to announce that this meeting will take place on June 30th to July 4th, 2020 in Krakow, Poland. This outstanding location emerged as a favourite already among the candidates for the previous GM. The meeting will be organized by a fantastic local team led by our colleagues at the Jagiellonian University, Krakow. We also have a Chair of the Program Committee, Professor Karen Douglas, who is now in the midst of recruiting the members of the program committee. We are happy and most grateful to these colleagues for agreeing to set up this important meeting—indeed the flagship event of the EASP.

I also specifically want to draw your attention to some of the contributions in this new volume of the European Bulletin. During the past couple of years, we have seen an increasing repression of academics in several countries. One example is the lawsuits that have been filed towards colleagues in Turkey who signed the Peace declaration. Our ‘Updates from our Colleagues in Turkey’ section provides a report from the trials against academics in Turkey by the Social and Political Platform of Turkey. Stephen Reicher’s summary of the international delegation observing the court hearings [] also includes the statement of defence of Yasemin Acar, who is one of the scholars who has been tried by Turkish authorities. I strongly encourage you to read these reports, which bring detailed accounts on the devastating consequences that signing this petition has had on individuals.

Turkey is not the only country that has seen a growth of authoritarianism and democratic retrenchment. Academics all over the world are facing oppression and danger. The situation has raised the question of how political academic organizations like the EASP should be: Should we as an organization take a clear stance on political issues, and should the EASP set up funds to support scientists who are at risk due to governmental repression? In the current ‘Opinions and Perspectives’ section you will find a piece by our colleagues Masi Noor and Yasemin Acar who discuss the question on the role of the EASP on issues related to political events that threaten the work and lives of academic colleagues. The aim of this piece is to start this necessary discussion, and we invite you to comment and make suggestions on this topic. Please, let me also remind you that the aim of the O & P section is to offer our members a forum in which they can easily and freely express their (potentially controversial) ideas on topics they consider relevant within the EASP. We welcome propositions for this section, so if you have ideas or suggestions that you want to communicate, and think are relevant for our members, please don’t hesitate to contact the editors (

In line with the suggestion made by Noor and Acar, it is the opinion of the current Executive Committee that the EASP should be able to respond quickly and sustainably to all sorts of negative actions taken against our members. Please take part in the specific actions that support our colleagues at risk.

The Zürich team is now finalizing the preparations for the 2018 EASP Summer School, with participants having been selected with great care by the team led by Johannes Ullrich. The summer school is one of the most important activities of our organization. Many former attendees have great memories from their summer school. It is a moment where contacts, cooperations and friendships are formed that can last for an entire career. Soon, we will announce a call for proposals for the summer school in 2020, and I invite you all to consider hosting this event, which is so critical to the life of our organization.

I also recommend that you take a look at our policy document on diversity within our organization, the EASP Diversity Statement []. Although the principles expressed in this document may seem obvious to members of an organization dealing with research in social psychology (after all, knowledge about biases based on gender, nationality, sexual orientation, etc., is one of our main areas of expertise), it is our firm belief, clearly backed by the findings of our recent Diversity report [], that everyone in our organization needs to be reminded now and again about our core values. This document should be read and considered in connection with all important EASP decisions regarding editorships, awards, grants, meetings, etc. The findings of the Diversity report have also resulted in an initiation of a set of concrete actions towards increasing diversity within our organization. One of these actions is the new funding scheme, the Collaborative grant, dedicated to diversity.

A further policy document, providing guidance to assure that actions and behaviours within the EASP will live up to our commitment to an open and inclusive environment, is the ‘Code of Conduct’ []. This document will help event organizers in creating an environment where inclusiveness is encouraged and embraced, and harassment and bullying are explicitly disallowed.

As always, in this Bulletin you will also find important information about future EASP meetings, new publications and announcements by our members, grant reports and a list of new members.

Finally, I wish you all a wonderful summer.

On behalf of the Executive Committee
Torun Lindholm and Tina Keil

Opinions and Perspectives

Preserving Scientific Integrity While Helping Other Social Psychologists Without Partisanship

by Masi Noor, Keele University and Yasemin Gülsüm Acar, Özyeğin University

Code of Conduct

The EASP has always been committed to the philosophy of equality of opportunity and treatment for all members, regardless of age, body size, physical appearance, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, ethnic origin, culture, disability, marital status, political belief, religion, socio-economic background, veteran status, or any other reason not related to scientific merit. As a measure to assure that actions and behaviour within EASP will live up to this idea, the EC decided to set up a Code of Conduct.

According to the policy voiced in the Code of Conduct [], all participants in EASP activities should enjoy an environment that facilitates a friendly, safe, supportive scientific exchange and is devoid of all forms of discrimination and harassment. We make it explicit that we will not tolerate harassment. The Code of Conduct will help event organizers in creating an environment where inclusiveness is encouraged and embraced, and harassment and bullying are explicitly disallowed. The code is meant to lay the groundwork for creating open and inclusive environments, therefore giving guidance and setting boundaries for productive behaviour, rather than defining possible transgressions and dictating specific punishments. This code outlines the EASP’s expectations for all participants, including members, speakers, vendors, media representatives, commentators, exhibitors, sponsors and volunteers. We expect cooperation from everyone and organizers will actively enforce this code throughout the events. Violations will be taken seriously. The Executive Committee of the EASP will offer any additional support to event organizers to create and maintain a safe, inclusive and welcoming space for all participants to make social science matter.

Melanie Steffens (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany) will support the EC and will be available as a contact person in cases of Code of Conduct violations or concerns regarding harassment. She will certainly treat any communication confidentially only involve others if this is urgently needed. The EC is very grateful that she took over this role!

We are open for input to develop and improve the Code of Conduct and the related procedures.

Next General Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the next General Meeting of the EASP will take place in Krakow, Poland from June 30th to July 4th, 2020. This meeting will be organized by a great local team from the Jagiellonian University led by Marcin Bukowski, Katarzyna Jaśko, Ewa Szumowska and Piotr Dragon. Thank you all - More information soon!

Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Appointment of EASP Media Manager

Tina Keil

The Executive Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of Tina Keil as the new EASP Media Manager. Her responsibilities include the day-to-day care of the soon to be launched social media presence of the EASP on Twitter. Moreover, along with Sibylle Classen, Tina will also be responsible for the maintenance and further development of the EASP website.

Before gaining a PhD in Social Psychology (University of Exeter), Tina worked many years in the IT industry, both as a web developer and designer. Her new role allows her to be involved with and combine her passion for psychology and technology.

Call for Editors

Over the last years, more and more contributions to scientific discussions are published on social media. Authors do not get credit for these often important comments and colleagues often have a hard time find them. Therefore, EASP will launch a new journal providing an open access outlet for contributions to social psychology such as commentaries on published research, opinion pieces regarding theories and methods, policy implications of recent findings and other similar formats. For more information and the call for Editors see below.

Call for Editor(s) in Chief

for a new journal providing an open access outlet for contributions to social psychology. Application deadline: June 30th, 2018

Increasing Diversity Within the EASP

The Executive Committee has taken action to increase diversity within EASP with regard to a number of fields:

  1. A diversity statement, which has already been prepared by the last EC, is now available on the website. It will serve as a guideline for any action taken by the EASP. All committee members (e.g., for meetings or awards) will be required to behave in line with the statement []. Issues related to diversity are likewise touched by the association's new Code of Conduct [].
  2. The criteria for the EASP awards have been revised in a way that a more diverse group should be considered as potential candidates. The EC will closely monitor that the award committees will seriously consider these candidates.
  3. More concrete action is taken within the Research Knowledge Transfer Scheme (RKTS). An RKTS workshop providing hands-on training for open science targeting researchers with fewer financial resources will be organized by Hans IJzerman, Francois Ric, and Rick Klein later this year. A second RKTS workshop on LGBT research is in planning.
  4. A new funding scheme dedicated to diversity has been implemented [].
  5. The editors of EJSP clearly stated in their editorial that they welcome qualitative research. They are highly committed to do justice to the character of qualitative research and to provide room for this research in the journal.
  6. The EC is currently underway to approach EASP members from countries that are underrepresented within the association. In line with the ideas of the founders of the EASP, we will try to find out what the association can do to support members and social psychology as a discipline in these countries. We hope that working together with colleagues who are already members will help to take action tailored to the needs of researchers in underrepresented countries.
  7. Finally, we are also taking actions to support scientists at risk, to include researchers from countries into the association where not all social psychological research topics are welcome.

We hope that these actions will get us beyond the intention and planning phase and result in actual changes and improvements. We will closely monitor the outcomes of our measures and invite you to do the same. The EC is always open for suggestions and input. Please approach us, if you have ideas, wishes, or have planned actions that we could support.

Supporting Members while Promoting Diversity

The EASP has decided to increase monetary support to seedcorn grants [] from 2000 to 3000 Euro, to better support research of junior people at the beginning of their careers.

Moreover, a new form of support has been established with a two-fold goal of supporting research while promoting diversity. These collaborative research grants [] will be awarded to small research teams with one or more researchers either working in a country facing economic hardship or a country in which EASP is not well represented.

Scientists at Risk

Unfortunately, research in social psychology is not welcome in all parts of the world and more recently also not even in all parts of Europe. The recent lawsuits in Turkey by which also some of our Turkish members were affected, provided the sad proof that some or our colleagues are clearly at risk. As the scientific organization representing Social Psychology in Europe, the EASP should, according to current EC opinion, be able to respond quickly and sustainably to all sorts actions negative taken against our members, which question the scientific freedom–such as impeachments, dismissals from university positions, and so on. For this reasons the EC will take the following actions:

  • Members, who are in need, due to politically motivated actions against them, can apply for an emergency fund of max. 1500 Euro that can be used to cover living expenses after being laid off, or expenses for lawyers. Applications clearly stating the need of the applicant should be sent to Sibylle Classen ( Decisions will be made at short notice by Manuela Barreto and Vincent Yzerbyt, to whom we are grateful for taking over this responsibility (for both, it is yet another one on the long list of duties they already fulfilled for the association). All information will be treated strictly confidential and will remain between Manuela, Sibylle, Vincent, and the applicant.
  • The EASP will start an effort to connect scientists at risk with colleagues from other countries. The aim here is to provide scientists at risk with affiliate or honourable memberships to universities outside their country. This would provide the basis to continue to do research (e.g., provide access to ethics committees), increase their visibility and potentially also provide access to other resources. The ideal basis is certainly a research collaboration. Researchers from both sides who are interested in such collaborations are asked to get in touch with Torun Lindholm (
  • The EASP is currently building up a database of scholarships that are available across Europe for scientists at risk or international scientists in general. Please send information with regard to available funding opportunities, if you come across such information to Tina Keil (
  • Finally, the EASP will continue to share information within the association about the situation of our colleagues, whenever scientific freedom is endangered and our members are affected. Please share this information widely, because attention from an international audience can be a resource for our oppressed colleagues.

Updates from our Colleagues in Turkey

A Day in the Court

A Report from Turkey

Donate to Support Social and Political Psychologists in Turkey

Dear EASP Colleagues and Friends,

In January 2016, over 1000 academics in Turkey signed a petition calling on the Turkish government to peacefully solve the violent conflict in Kurdish regions. As many of you are aware, since then the Turkish government has been persecuting our colleagues in Turkish universities. Indeed, the dismissals by executive decree, without due process and legal recourse, disciplinary investigations, the decision to bring academics to trial, and cancellation of passports are profound violations of academic freedom. Hundreds of academics are affected by these measures. Over the last months, a number of academics, including an ISPP, EASP, and SPSSI member, have been trialed, charged with 'terrorist propaganda'. Their verdicts are prison sentences, currently postponed under the condition that the defendants do no commit similar 'crimes'.

There is an urgent need for international support. This January, ISPP (International Society of Political Psychology) drafted a statement of support that has been widely disseminated, and many sister societies, including EASP, have co-signed with us. Both the EASP and ISPP are committed to keeping colleagues from Turkey connected to the international academic community and, in coordination, are developing ways to provide support. Financial support is crucial right now. ISPP has set up a donation scheme to support colleagues in Turkey. The donations will be distributed as emergency funds to cover living costs and lawyer fees for colleagues who have lost their jobs and as research funds to keep them scientifically active.

I am inviting you to help fellow social and political psychologists in Turkey by donating to the ISPP Scholars under Threat fund through this link []. The ISPP will match any contribution, up to 40,000 USD until July 8, 2018.

My heartfelt thank you for your support!

Eva G.T. Green
ISPP President

For more information about ISPP support in Turkey:

Upcoming Meetings

Just a reminder of upcoming meetings and summer schools. Please be aware that the application/submission deadline for most of these meetings has now passed.

EASP Meeting: Understanding and Transforming Challenging Relationships: Setting a Research Agenda for a 21st Century Social Psychology

June 7th-9th, 2018 in San Sebastian, Basque Country/Spain; Organisers: Masi Noor (Keele University), Magdalena Bobowik (University of the Basque Country), Christian Chan (University of Hong Kong), Amrisha Vaish (University of Virginia), Meytal Nasie (Bar-Ilan University), and Loren Toussaint (Luther College in Decorah, Iowa); Application deadline: March 1st, 2018

EASP Meeting: Group Based Power: Solidarity vs. Collective Action

June 28th-July 1st, 2018 at Castle Eyba, Oppenburg, Germany; Organisers: David Urschler & Thomas Kessler; Application deadline: February 28th, 2018

Joint SPSSI-EASP Meeting: Mapping Space/Place and Psychology

June 28th, 2018, Marriott City Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Organizers: Jessica Salvatore (Sweet Briar College) and Thomas Morton (University of Exeter); Application deadline: December 22nd, 2017

EASP Meeting: Boundaries, Norms, and Conflicts: Understanding Intergroup Relations and Rising Intolerance Across Europe and Beyond

6th-8th September, 2018 in Bratislava, Slovakia; Organizers: Barbara Lášticová, Anna Kende, Katarzyna Jasko, and Stephen D. Reicher; Application deadline: March 31st, 2018

EASP Meeting: Introducing Structure: Networks in Social Psychology

October 31st-November 3rd, 2018 in Brussels, Belgium; Organisers: Olivier Klein & Julia Eberlen; Application deadline: May 9th, 2018

EASP Meeting: Polarization, Populism, Political Alienation: Causes and Consequences of Social Diversity and Inequality? Consultation and Discussion Seminar with a Focus on PhD Students and Postdocs

November 1st-4th, 2018, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany; Organisers: Melanie C. Steffens, Susanne Bruckmüller, Franziska Ehrke, Julia Dupont, Nadine Knab, Nicole Methner; Application deadline: May 31st, 2018

Summer School: Prejudice, Discrimination, and the Diversity Challenge

2nd-6th July, 2018 at University of Geneva, Switzerland; Application deadline: April 15th, 2018

EASP Summer School 2018

July 1st-14th, 2018 in Zürich, Switzerland; Organisers: Johannes Ullrich, Veronika Brandstätter, Urte Scholz, and Klaus Jonas; Application deadline: January 15th, 2018

EASP Meeting: Language Challenges in the 21st Century

June 20th-22nd, 2019, University of Warsaw, Poland; Organisers: Karolina Hansen, Janin Roessel, Megan Birney, Tamara Rakić and Magdalena Skrodzka; Application deadline: January 31st, 2019

Research Knowledge Transfer Scheme

A workshop, organised by Hans IJzerman, Francois Ric, and Rick Klein, providing hands on training in Open-Science will take place on the 6-7, September 2018, in Bordeaux, France. Please note, the workshop is now fully booked and registration is closed. For further details about the workshop see below.

RKTS Workshop: Solid Science Training

September 6th-7th, 2018 in Bordeaux, France; Organisers: Hans IJzerman, Francois Ric, and Rick Klein; Registration closed

New Members of the Association

The following applications for membership were approved by the Executive Committee at its meeting in April 2018. Each of the applicants will become a member of the EASP in the category indicated below, unless the Secretary, Torun Lindholm receives objections from three full members within one month following this notification. Names of members providing letters of support are in the third line of the entry:

Full Membership

Milano, Italy
E. Crocetti, C. Manzi

Dr. Megan BIRNEY
Chester, UK
K. Hansen, J. Roessel

Milano, Italy
M. Brambilla, S. Sacchi

Ulm, Germany
I. Zezelj,S. Pfattheicher

Dr. Lasana HARRIS
London, UK
L. van Dillen, S. Quadflieg

Dr. Johann MAJER
Lueneburg, Germany
R. Troetschel, D. Loschelder

Dr. Corinna MICHELS
Cologne, Germany
J. Crusius, E. Hoelzl

Dr. Andrew B. MOYNIHAN
W. van Tilburg, E. Igou

Dr. Marlene OPPIN
Clermont-Ferrand, France
C. Badea, C. Darnon

Dr. Daniele PAOLINI
Chieti, Italy
S. Pagliaro, I. van Beest

Dr. Valentina PICCOLI
Trieste, Italy
M. Bianchi, S. Sacchi

Koblenz-Landau, Germany
K. Sassenberg, K. Jonas

Dr. Marine ROUGIER
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Dr. Muller, A. Smeding

Dr. Elisa SARDA
Grenoble, France
O.Klein, L. Begue

Zurich, Switzerland
V. Brandstaetter, J. Ullrich

Perugia, Italy
S. Pagliaro, M. Pacilli

Konstanz, Germany
P. Gollwitzer, J. Levine

Dr. Jolien VAN BREEN
Exeter, UK
R. Spears, T. Kuppens

Postgraduate Membership

Granada, Spain
F. Exposito, I. Valor-Segura

Dublin, Ireland
J. Bosak, S. Sczesny

Aurelio CASTRO
Padova, Italy
M. Cadinu, A. Voci

Marija COLIC
Belgrade, Serbia
I. Zezelj, S. Pfattheicher

Grenoble, France
J. Degner, D. Muller

Matthias DE WILDE
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
A. Casini, A. Carnaghi

Lausanne, Switzerland
C. Staerklé, D. Spini

Granada, Spain
F. Exposito, I. Valor-Segura

Valeria Amata GIANNELLA
Chieti, Italy
M. Barreto, S. Pagliaro

Guildford, UK
P. Hegarty, P. Rusconi

Belfast, UK
I. Latu, L. Taylor

Nadine KNAB
Landau, Germany
M. Schmitt, M. Steffens

Dorottya LANTOS
London, UK
M. Kumashiro, C. Simao

Aleksandra LAZIC
Belgrade, Serbia
I. Zezelj, S. Pfattheicher

Bielefeld, Germany
T. Glaser, G. Bohner

Sheffield, UK
P. Hegarty, A. Iyer

Rennes, Fance
C. Blanchet, J.M. Falomir-Pichastor

Basel, Switzerland
R. Greifeneder, S. Rudert

Joo Hou NG
Exeter, UK
T. Morton, T. Kirby

Victoria OPARA
Exeter, UK
M. Ryan, T. Kirby

London, UK
M. Birtel, S. Stathi

Zagreb, Croatia
L. Taylor, D. Corkalo

Bordeaux, France
D. Ric, B. Subra

Xiaojian QIAN
Brussels, Belgium
L. Licata, O. Klein

Limerick, Ireland
A. O'Donnell, A. Minescu

Tilburg, The Netherlands
T. Pronk, I. van Beest

Poznan, Poland
W. Kulesza, M. Olszanowski

Maastricht, The Netherlands
K. Jonas, G. Kok

Utrecht,The Netherlands
M. Adriaanse, F. Kroese

Goettingen, Germany
P. Jugert, I. Fritsche

Member Publications and Announcements

New Publication by Saddi Lahlou

Lahlou, S. (2018) Installation Theory. The societal construction and regulation of individual behaviour. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

EJSP Early Career Best Manuscript Award

Winner 2017: Christopher T. Begeny

Grant Reports

Travel Grant Report by Jasna Milošević Đorđević

Singidunum University, Serbia; Research visit to Rockefeller University, US, with Ana Milošević, PhD

Travel Grant Report by Sven Zebel

University of Twente, The Netherlands; Reseach visit to the University of Kent

Travel Grant Report by Evangelos Ntontis

University of Sussex, UK; Research visit at the School of Psychology of University of Queensland, Australia

Travel Grant Report by Alejandro Magallares

UNED, Spain; Visit to the University of Florence, Italy

Travel Grant Report by Inna Bovina

EASP Anniversary: Some Memories about the EASP General Meeting

Travel Grant Report by Tina F. Keil

University of Exeter, UK; Attendance at 40th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)

Travel Grant Report by Luca Andrighetto, PhD

University of Padova, Italy; Attendance at SPSP Conference, Atlanta, US

Travel Grant Report by Margarita Leib

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Visit at Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania

Travel Grant Report by Lisanne Pauw

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Visit to University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies

Seedcorn Grant Report by Marco Brambilla

University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; Project: If You Act Like a Saint, I Feel Like a Sinner: Effects of Supererogatory Behavior on Moral Self-Perception

Seedcorn Grant Report by Francesca Prati

University of Bologna, Italy: Project: 01 September 2017-28 February 2018

Seedcorn Grant Report by Pascal Burgmer

University of Cologne, Germany; Project: Ideas are Cheap: When and Why Adults Value Labor over Ideas

Pre-registered Research Grant Report by Bertram Gawronski

Universtiy of Texas, Austin, US; Project: Effects of Testosterone on Moral Dilemma Judgments

Grant Awards

The following members have received a grant from the EASP:

  • Flavia Albarello (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Nihan Albaryak (Travel Grant)
  • Luca Andrighetto (Travel Grant)
  • Marco Biella (Travel Grant)
  • Thomas Davies (Travel Grant)
  • Bertram Gawronski (Preregistered Research Grant)
  • Paul Hanel (Travel Grant)
  • Marie Hennecke (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Hans Ijzerman (Research Knowledge Transfer Scheme)
  • Teri Kirby (Travel Grant)
  • Silvia Mari (Travel Grant)
  • Jasna Milosevic (Travel Grant)
  • Ginès Navarro Carillo (Travel Grant)
  • Bastiaan Rutjens (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Simon Schindler (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Ana Urbiola (Travel Grant)
  • Frederik L. Wermser (Travel Grant)
  • Lukas Wolf (Seedcorn Grant)

Executive Committee

Jean-Claude Croizet (Meetings Officer), CeRCA (UMR CNRS 6234), MSHS Université de Poitiers, F-86000 Poitiers, France

Ernestine Gordijn (Journals Officer), Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Groningen, Grote Kruisstraat 2/1, NL‑9712 TS Groningen, The Netherlands

Kai Jonas (Treasurer), Work and Social Psychology, Maastricht University, Universiteitssingel 40, NL‑6229 ER Maastricht, The Netherlands

Malgorzata Kossowska (European Liaison Officer), Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University, Ingardena 6, PL‑30‑060 Krakow, Poland

Torun Lindholm (Secretary), Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, SE‑106 91 Stockholm, Sweden

Monica Rubini (Grants Officer), Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, I‑40126 Bologna, Italy

Kai Sassenberg (President), Knowledge Media Research Center, Schleichstr. 6, D‑72076 Tuebingen, Germany

Executive Officer:
Sibylle Classen, P.O. Box 420 143, D‑48068 Muenster, Germany

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Executive Officer
Sibylle Classen
P.O. Box 420 143
D-48068 Muenster

Torun Lindholm
Stockholm University, Sweden

Media Manager
Tina Keil