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Research interests

Hauke Dannemann holds a prae-doc position at the Institute for Social Change and Sustainability. Currently, he is working on a research project on 'Urban Experiments in Socio-ecological Transformation' and his PhD thesis on Far-Right Eco-Politics: 'Eco-political Experimentation and Authoritarian Sustainability: Polarized Roles of Civil Society in a Social-Ecological Transformation'.

Curriculum Vitae

Sustainability Science, Master of Science, Critical Social Theory and Degrowth: a Critical Reflection of the German Degrowth Debate, Faculty of Sustainability, Leuphana University of Lüneburg

Award Date: 10 Apr 2018

Environmental Sciences, Bachelor of Science, The Concept of Greenhouse Development Rights: a Climate Ethical Analysis, University of Greifswald

Award Date: 30 Nov 2012

Expertise

  • Environmental Sociology and Politics
  • Critical Social Theory
  • Socio-Ecological Transformation
  • Far-Right Social Movements

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