Advisory Board

The editors are supported by an international scientific advisory board:

  • Petra BAUER (University of Tübingen, GER) LINK to website in German
  • Fred BERGER (University of Innsbruck, AUT) LINK to website in German 
  • Bernd DOLLINGER (University of Siegen, GER) LINK to website in German 
  • Susanne ELSEN (Free University of Bozen - Bolzano, ITA)
  • Catrin HEITE (University of Zurich, SUI)
  • Ivana JEÐUD BORIĆ (University of Zagreb, CRO)
  • Ute KARL (GER)
  • Alenka KOBOLT (University of Ljubljana, SLO)
  • Jacob KORNBECK (European Commission, BEL)
  • Eva KŘÍŽOVÁ (Charles University of Prague, CZE), LINK to website on Researchgate
  • Karin LAUERMANN (Federal Institute for Social Pedagogy, Baden, AUT) LINK to website in German
  • Bożena MAJEREK (Pontifical University of Krakow, POL) LINK to website in Polish
  • Andrea NAGY (St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, AUT) LINK to website in German 
  • Martina RICHTER (University Duisburg/Essen, GER) LINK to website in German
  • Steve STIEHLER (FHS St. Gallen University of Applied Science, SUI) LINK to website in German
  • Michael TETZER (Carinthia University of Applied Science, Feldkirchen, AUT)
  • Darja ZAVIREK (University of Ljubljani, SLO)
  • Maren ZELLER (FHS St. Gallen University of Applied Science, SUI)
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