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Anne-Kathrin Küttel


Research Associate, coordinator of the blended learning master's program in evaluation (MABLE)

E-Mail: a.kuettel(at)
Telephone: +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 31 46
Office Hours: by arrangement
Saarland University
Center for Evaluation
Campus E1 2, Room 0.10
66123 Saarbrücken
Areas of responibility:

Coordinator of the Blended Learning Master Program Evaluation (MABLE) at the University of the Saarland and the Distance Learning Center (DISC) of the Technical University of Kaiserslautern

Main areas of emphasis:
Qualitative social research
Migration research
Education and employment system
Peace and conflict research
Intercultural Management


Professional Career

since 01.2021   Research Assistant at the Department of Sociology, Centre for Evaluation, Saarland University
Intern at the Galtung Institute for Peace Theory and Practice, Germany
  • research, engagement with peace theories, translations, database maintenance
Intern at the German Society e.V., Politics and History, Germany
  • project work in the department of politics and history
Intern at the University of Málaga, International Relations, Spain.
  • management of the Erasmus+ program, preparation of a dossier on the infrastructure of foreign institutions for disadvantaged students


M.A. Social Science Diversity Research,
Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany
  • Thesis title: (Re-)Production of Knowledge on and about Migration: Negotiation processes in the cooperation between migrant organizations and municipal institutions based on the example of the cities of Stuttgart and Frankfurt
  • Semester abroad 07/2018 to 12/2018: Universidad Nacional, Colombia
B.A. Culture and Business Administration
University of Mannheim, Germany
  • Thesis title: Affirmation or Contestation? The Effect of Multiperspectivity on the Mindset in Collins' "Moonstone".
  • Semester abroad 01/2015 to 06/2015: Maynooth University, Ireland
B.A. Sozio-kulturelle Anthropologie, Brigham Young Universität, USA
Auslandssemester: Arabisches Sprachprogramm in Alexandrien, Ägypten (Sep - Dez 2004)