Bettina Bussmann

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Academic Career

  • since 02/2019: Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy KGW of the University of Salzburg
  • 11/2018 Habilitation: Habilitation: Science-oriented philosophizing. The Philosophy Didactic Triangle and its significance for teaching
  • 10/2014 - 02/2019: Assistant Professor of Philosophy Education, Department of Philosophy, University of Salzburg
  • 2013: PhD in Philosophy at the PH Karlsruhe
  • 2012/2013: Research Assistant for Philosophy Education at the University of Hamburg
  • 2010/2011: Lectureship for Philosophy Education at the University of Hamburg
  • 2007–2014: Teacher of Philosophy (5th  to 12th  grade) and English at the Brecht School in Hamburg
  • 1990–2005: Working as a music journalist
  • 1993–2004: Education of my children, withdraw from academic activities
  • 1988–1992: Master in Philosophy, Economics and Logic/Philosophy of Science at the LMU Munich
  • 1987/88: Philosophy, Economics and Ancient History at the University of Pennsylvania
  • 1986/87: Philosophy and Economics at the University of Hamburg

    Administrative and Didactic Activities

    • 2009–2014: Cooperation between the Brecht School and the Department of Philosophy Education. Collaboration with Ekkehard Martens, head of the Department of Philosophical Education
    • 2007–2014: Leader of a course which provides further training for highly gifted pupils at the Brecht School
    • 2007–2014: Initiator and coordinator of a six-weeks pupil exchange programme (7th to 10th grade) with various schools in new Zealand.
    • 2008–2012: Further training for teachers of Philosophy at the LI Hamburg and at the Brecht School.
    • 2005–2008: Initiator and coordinator of regular literary events at the MENSA Hamburg
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      The Salzburg Armenologist, Jasmine Dum-Tragut, opens the first exhibition on 31 August, 2019, at the Genocide Museum in Yerevan. The exhibition shows the fate of Armenian prisoners of war in the Austrian prison camps during the First World War.
      Democracy and the rule of law seem to have experienced better times in Europe. The recent developments in many countries point to a dismantling of the rule of law, fundamental rights and democracy.
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