Dr. Simon Teune

Portrait Foto Dr. Simon Teune (Ulrich Dahl)
Ulrich Dahl


Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin
Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter der Abteilung


Demokratie | Zivilgesellschaft
Soziale Bewegungen | Protest und Kultur | Massenmediale Diskurse


Simon Teune was a research fellow at the WZB with the project group ‘Civil Society, Citizenship, and Political Mobilization in Europe’ (2005–2007), with a Hans Böckler Foundation doctoral scholarship (2009–2013), and at the unit Global Governance (2014–2015). He received his PhD from Free University Berlin in 2013 with his dissertation titled ‘Corridors of Action. Protest Rationalities and the Channeling of Anti-Summit Repertoires’. He was scientific and administrative coordinator for the Initiative for Institute for Protest and Movement Research at the WZB and Technical University of Berlin. Since 2014, he is post-doctoral fellow at the Centre for Technology and Society at the Technical University Berlin, where he is since 2015 also a coordinator of the area Social Movements, Technic, Conflicts.

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Teune, Simon (Eds.) (2010): The Transnational Condition. Protest Dynamics in an Entangled Europe. Protest, Culture & Society, Vol. 4. New York, NY/Oxford: Berghahn Books, XV, 233 S.
Rucht, Dieter/Teune, Simon (2009): "Forms of Action of Global Justice Movement Groups. Do Conceptions and Practices of Democracy Matter?". In: Donatella della Porta (Ed.): Democracy in Social Movements. Basingstoke/New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, S. 171-193.
Dierk, Borstel/Teune, Simon/Klein, Ludger (Hg.) (2008): Rechtsradikale Zivilgesellschaft? Neonazis besetzen das Ehrenamt. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, Jg. 21, H. 4. Wiesbaden: Lucius & Lucius, 173 S.
Rucht, Dieter/Teune, Simon (Hg.) (2008): Nur Clowns und Chaoten? Die G8-Proteste in Heiligendamm im Spiegel der Massenmedien. Frankfurt a.M./New York, NY: Campus, 245 S.
Teune, Simon (2007): "Humour as a Guerrilla Tactic. The West German Student Movement's Mockery of the Establishment". In: International Review of Social History, Vol. 52, No. Suppl. 15, S. 115-132.