About Fabian Falter

Project Scientist RWTH Aachen University

Dr. Fabian Falter - Project Scientist RWTH Aachen University.

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Dr. Fabian Falter is the coordinator for strategic India activities at RWTH Aachen University in Germany. He holds a PhD in South Asian Studies from the University of Bonn and is a trained economist in International Management as well as for teaching German as a Foreign Language.

  • Aug 23 – Present: Global Water and Climate Adaption Centre (ABCD-Centre), Project Scientist
  • Aug 23 – Present: Strategy India at RWTH Aachen University
  • Nov 21 – Aug 23: Partnership Manager Asia & Oceania, Universität Hamburg
  • Jan 21 – Oct 21: Researcher India at Statista GmbH, Hamburg
  • July 20 – Dec 20: Intercultural Coach at GSM Training & Integration GmbH
  • Aug 19 – July 20: Lecturer for German Studies at Sun Yat-sen University Guangzhou (PR China)
  • Sept 17 – July 19: Pedagogic Manager at the Goethe Language Center Guangzhou (PR China)
  • May 15 – Nov 17: Doctoral Researcher within the Project “Between Islamic Emancipation and Islamic Fundamentalism” (Gerda Henkel Foundation)
  • Oct. 14 – Apr 15: Project Management at the Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg (funded by DFG), University of Bonn
  • Sept 10 – Feb 11: Internship, Gandhian Institute of Studies (Trust) in Varanasi (India)
  • Jun 07 – May 08: Civil Service (Zivildienst) with BHILS in Jhabua (India)
  1. Economist/Betriebswirt in International Management (2020) at FernUniversität Haagen, Germany
  2. Doctor in Philosophy (Ph.D) in Islamic Studies (2018) at University of Bonn, Germany
  3. Degree in Teaching German as a Foreign Language/DaF (2017) at LMU Munich and Goehte-Institute e.V., Germany
  4. Master of Arts (M.A.) in Cultures and Societies in West and South Asia (2013) at University of Bonn, Germany
  5. Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Asian Studies (2011) at University of Bonn, Germany
  1. An “Engineer of Social Transformation”? Asghar Ali Engineer’s (1939-2013) Writings on Liberation Theology: Between Social Revolution and Communal Harmony. Schenefeld: EBV. 2019. Link here.
  2. Numerous articles, translations, and reviews in SÜDASIEN

Climate Change and Social Transformation; (political and social) Participation of Minorities, Imaginations of Asian Societies in German Literature