Hannah Göppert works as a Research Analyst in the field of Urban Transformation at adelphi. She explores the transformation of urban life and neighbourhoods in digital society for various research projects. In this context, she works on the topics of social cohesion, local participation, and urban visions of the future.
Before joining adelphi, Hannah gained practical experience in the NGO sector and in development education. She worked as a trainer for the developmental learning and qualification program ASA, the Heinrich Böll Foundation Brandenburg, and the Transatlantic Summer Academy. In these roles, she planned and facilitated participative workshops and seminars in the field of socio-ecological transformation. During her time at the Center for Research and Information on Transformative Consumption (CRIC) in Barcelona, Hannah carried out scientific research and provided expertise on sustainable consumption and ecological justice.
Hannah studied Social Sciences at the Humboldt University, Berlin. Her areas of specialisation included urban sociology, migration studies, and social inequalities. During her studies, she participated in various research projects and gained in-depth knowledge in qualitative research methods. In her master's thesis, Hannah examined the interaction of online debates and social cohesion at the local level. As a DAAD scholar, she spent a year at the Graduate Center at The City University of New York, where she studied sociology and journalism. Prior to this, she completed a Bachelor's degree in Social Sciences the Humboldt University, Berlin and spent a semester abroad at the Institute of Political Science of the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.