Andreas Jünger received a bachelor's degree in history and Romance studies (Spanish) from the University of Bonn. He graduated from the University of Münster with a master's degree in history in August 2014. His master's thesis was titled "The Environmental Policy of the Chilean Government after the Military Dictatorship (1990–2010)." His research interests include the contemporary history of Spain and Latin America, the contemporary history of environmental and socialist movements, as well as the theory and practice of Social-Ecological Transformation (especially in the agricultural sector). He undertook doctoral studies at the University of Bochum and obtained funding (Research School PLUS) for a five-month research stay in southern Spain (March to August 2017). Besides his academic research, he has worked as an activist for many years.
Andreas Jünger joined the Doctoral Program Environment and Society in April 2018 and currently works as events coordinator at the Rachel Carson Center.
Dissertation project: Organic Farming in Andalusia: Capitalist Agro-industrial Continuity or Social-Ecological Alternative?