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Wolfram Bergande (Jun.-Prof., Dr. phil., M.A.) is assistant professor for Aesthetics and Speaker of the PhD program in Art & Design, Free Art and Media Art at the Faculty of Art and Design of Bauhaus-University Weimar. Since 2015 he serves as Deputy Director of Bauhaus Research School.
From 2012 until 2015, he served as Dean of Studies of his Faculty.
From 2005 until 2011 he taught Aesthetics, Cultural Theory and Design Theory at the College of Architecture, Media and Design of the University of the Arts Berlin.
His research fields are Aesthetics, Philosophy of Culture, Psychoanalysis, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of History and Economic Anthropology.
Wolfram Bergande studied Philosophy, Romance Studies and Economics at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Columbia University NYC/USA, at Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and at Humboldt-University Berlin. In 2000 he received a stipend for participation in the School of Theory and Criticism at Cornell University, USA.
He received his PhD in philosophy in 2006 with the predicate “summa cum laude” from the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Wuppertal.
Memberships: German Society for Aesthetics, International Hegel-Association, International Hegel-Society, German Society for Semiotics, European Society for Aesthetics, Society for the Interdisciplinary Scientific Study of the Image, Nordic Society for Aesthetics, International Society for the Philosophy of Architecture, Society for Design History.