Christian Wille (PhD) is a senior researcher at the University of Luxembourg, head of the cross-border network UniGR-Center for Border Studies and deputy director of the trinational Master in Border Studies (Luxembourg).
He teaches cultural border studies and works on border complexities and border theories. He is a founding member of the research groups "Cultural Border Studies", "Bordertextures", "LABOR SwissLux – Labour Across Borders" and co-editor of the book series "Border Studies: Cultures, Spaces, Orders" (Nomos).
He has been coordinating the faculty key area "Migration and Intercultural Studies" in Luxembourg, teaching at the Saarland University, the University of Lorraine and working for the University of Kaiserslautern and Interregional Labor Market Observatory of the Greater Region.
His books, papers and projects deal with cultural border studies, transnational everyday lives, and spatial, identity, praxeological theories. He has published or co-edited the books "Border Geographies" (Springer, 2020), "Border Experiences in Europe" (Nomos, 2020), "Spaces and Identities in Border Regions" (transcript, 2016), "Living Realities and Political Constructions in Border Regions" (transcript, 2015).
Christian Wille holds a PhD from the German Saarland University and the University of Luxembourg.
More information: www.wille.lu