Dr. Alexander Kruska
Alexander Kruska is Lecturer in Political Science and Teaching Coordinator for FAU’s Social Studies Education programme.
From 2011 until 2015 he worked as an archivist at the ‘Gerlach archive’ and, until 2018, as research associate at the Political Science Department (Chair of Political Philosophy and History of Ideas). His PhD dissertation (FAU, 2017) deals with the polemics the infamous reactionary Karl Ludwig von Haller (1768–1854) used to fight against early liberal thought and its democratic ideals.
Dr. Kruska’s main research interests are Political Theory, History of Political Institutions and German conservatism in the 19th century.