Dorothee Alberts

Fellow in Bergen

PhD candidate, HSU/Universität der Bundeswehr Hamburg

Dorothee is a PhD candidate at the HSU/Universität der Bundeswehr in Hamburg (Germany). In her project she examines transnational networks between Norway and the United States after the end of World War II and their implications for the national and international political and diplomatic landscapes during the subsequent years.

She holds a degree in History and German Studies from the University of Freiburg (Germany).

Dorothee is co-coordinator of the centre’s seminar series Transitional Justice in Norway and Beyond, which she had already been during her two year long traineeship at LawTransform. Her research interests include mechanisms of transitional justice, both in present times and in history, human rights and peace building processes, as well as diplomacy and the rule of law during and after armed conflict and war.