Biography: Prof Dr. Rosenthal is a German Sociologist who is recognized internationally for introducing the Method of Biographical Case Reconstruction using Biographical Narrative Interviews. She is also renowned in the field of general and interpretative sociology, biographical research, qualitative methods, ethnicity, migration, conflict studies and intergenerational relations. Gabriele Rosenthal is a Professor for Qualitative Methods and Director of the Center of Methods in Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Göttingen in Germany. She served as President of the Research Committee RC38 “Biography & Society” of the International Sociological Association (ISA) from 2002 to 2010. She is currently a member of the Board of the DGS (2019-2021). Numerous publications and books have been published by Prof Rosenthal and they include Child Soldiers in Context. Biographies, Familial and Collective Trajectories in Norther Uganda (2020, together with Artur Bogner), Interpretative Social Research (2015), Biographies in the Global South and Life Stories Embedded in Figurations and Discourses (2017, together with Artur Bogner). She has published twenty-two journal articles across different journals and still counting. Most recent includes Biographies – Discourses – Figurations: Methodological considerations from the perspectives of social constructivism and figurational sociology (2017).