Studying & Teaching
The Courses that our working group offers or takes part in, relate closely with our main research emphases—namely the role of organic in societal change and the development of organic food farming systems. Moreover, our courses share our general approaches and methods used in research—i.e., systems perspectives, transdisciplinarity and ethical or philosophical reflections.
Find more information concerning our courses either from this Brochure or our general course overview. Additionally, you can find our current Masters and Dissertations topics in which we are looking for highly motivated and interested students to partake in.
Systemic Perspective and Transdisciplinarity
Ethics and Philosophical Refections
Organic Farming in the Public Debate (in Eng.)
SS 933.317 VS / B.Freyer
What the hell is Philosophy of Science? Was ist eigentlich Wissenschaftstheorie?
SS 933.014 SE / B. FREYER
WS 933.062 VS / B. FREYER
Ethics in Organic Agriculture (in Eng.)
WS 933.306 SE / B. FREYER, M. KLIMEK
Organic Farming in local-global Agro-Food Systems
WS 933.101 VO / B. FREYER, J. FRIEDEL, L. KIRNER, W. STARZ, C.R. VOGL, H. WAGENTRISTL, C. WINCKLER, W. ZOLLITSCH
SS 933.108 EX / B. FREYER, C. WINCKLER
Organic Farming in Tropical and Subtropical Regions (in. Eng.)
SS 933.110 VO / B. FREYER
Global Case Studies on Organic Agriculture (in. Eng.)
SS 933.323 VS / B. FREYER
Development Processes in Organic Agriculture in Tropical and Subtropical Regions (in. Eng.)
SS 933.321 SE / P. DIETRICH