Keri Hartman holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Harvard University. Before coming to the Hertie School, she spent two years as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Vienna, Austria, working on a self-directed research project on identity formation among second-generation immigrant youth. She also worked as a secondary school language teacher and data analyst for an energy consultancy. While at the Hertie School, she served as a Research Assistant to Prof. Stockmann’s Authoritarianism 2.0 project on Chinese social media, and represented the school at the 2018 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, specializing in international disarmament and humanitarian law. She completed her summer internship at the Vienna Institute of Demography, conducting research on the migration-education nexus.
Master’s thesis title
Beyond Cologne: Migration and crime in Germany