Dr. Wolfram Bergande
Freie Universität Berlin
International Summer and Winter University
Wolfram Bergande holds a PhD in Philosophy. He specializes in Philosophy of Culture, with an interest in both art & design and economic ethics & anthropology.
In recent years, he has been teaching as a senior lecturer at the Philosophy Department of Bamberg University, at the University of Arts Bremen, the University of Arts Berlin and at Bauhaus-University Weimar, where he served as Assistant Professor from 2011 until 2018.
Current FUBiS courses:
- Economic Ethics: Can the market be moral? (FUBiS Term I 2022 On-Site Course)
- Economic Ethics: Can the market be moral? (FUBiS TermI III 2022 On-Site Course)
From 2011 until 2012 he was a researcher in the project Global Economic Ethics of Stiftung Neue Verantwortung in Berlin.
From 2005 until 2011 he worked as Managing Director for an international management consulting company focusing on trade and business development in Greater China.
He also worked for several years as a freelance collaborator on non-profit management topics for Bertelsmann Foundation and for the Centre for Social Investment (CSI) of Heidelberg University.
Since 2005, Wolfram Bergande taught over fifty university courses in Philosophy, Cultural Sciences and Aesthetics at Bauhaus-University Weimar, Humboldt-University Berlin, University of the Arts Berlin, Bamberg University and University of Arts Bremen. He is the supervisor of four doctoral students (PhD) at Bauhaus-University Weimar.
Wolfram Bergande‘s research fields include Aesthetics, Psychoanalysis, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of History and Economic Ethics & Anthropology.
From 2015 until 2016, he served as Deputy Director of Bauhaus Research School.
Please see: http://www.bergande.de/en/publikationen/