This is only a selection of my writings; it is the stuff I think is most pertinent. A full bibliography you can access here: Publications Dr Rolf Jucker_EfS.
My most recent book chapter: ‘Freedom, Justice and Sustainability: Do We Really Know What We Are Doing?’, in: Eco-Justice. Essays on Theory and Practice in 2016, ed. by David Diethelm (Eugene, OR: Eco-Justice Press, 2016), pp. 23-42. ISBN 978-1-945432-02-6. http://ecojusticepress.com/eco-justice-essays-on-theory-and-practice-2016.html
- Rolf Jucker: Do We Know What We Are Doing? Reflections on Learning,
Knowledge, Economics, Community and Sustainability. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014. ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-6685-9; ISBN-10: 1-4438-6685-7This is my personal analysis of the UN Decade of ESD. It is an attempt
to truly take seriously a systemic approach and understanding of the
state we are in. I then try to assess what this means for education. In
my view this leads to a paradigm shift and radical reconceptualisation
of how we need to understand and practice learning. Arjen Wals has aptly
called this hybrid social learning.
You can download a flyer here to spread the word: Rolf Jucker_Do We Know What We Are Doing_flyer-1-4438-6685-7 | Access reviews here
Or you can order the book and access additional information at:
Read Mike Carroll’s review of the book in the Journal of Education for Sustainable Development (doi: 10.1177/0973408215588256, September 2015 vol. 9 no. 2 229-232).
This book is available under a Creative Commons Licence: you can read it online, browse through it, print it, download it for free. If you use it, please acknowledge your source. Thanks.
it was originally published by Peter Lang, Frankfurt/M. et al., 2002 [= Environmental Education, Communication and Sustainability, ed. by Walter Leal Filho; Vol. 10]). 364 pp. ISBN 3-631-39117-X, US-ISBN 0-8204-5483-4, ISSN 1434-3819.
Our Common Illiteracy takes seriously the international consensus that Education for Sustainability (EfS) is crucial to the survival of humankind. It establishes the principles of a sustainable society and performs a rigorous assessment of the reasons for our unsustainable present. Only on that foundation, it is argued, can the role of education in the transition to a sustainable society be meaningfully assessed. Such an approach is by necessity complex, transdisciplinary and broad. It has to acknowledge the limited significance of education within contemporary society, along with other ‘educators’ such as the media, the economy and the shadow curriculum of institutional practice. The book ends with 28 practical strategies to foster Education for Sustainability.
- Rolf Jucker & Reiner Mathar (Eds.): Schooling for Sustainable
Development in Europe. Concepts, Policies and Educational Experiences at
the End of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer Scientific Publishing, 2014 [=Series: Schooling for Sustainable Development, Vol. 6]). 391 pp. 17 illustrations (14 in colour). DOI10.1007/978-3-319-09549-3; Print ISBN 978-3-319-09548-6; Online ISBN 978-3-319-09549-3.
I also attach a flyer: Jucker Mathar_Schooling for ESD in Europe_productFlyer_978-3-319-09548-6
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Rolf Jucker (Ed.): Zeitgenössische Utopieentwürfe in Literatur und Gesellschaft. Zur Kontroverse seit den achtziger Jahren (Amsterdam; Atlanta, Rodopi, 1997 [Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik; Bd. 41]). 377 pp. [therein: ‘Zur Kritik der realexistierenden Utopie des Status Quo’, pp. 13-78 and ‘Democracy, “End of History” and Pascal’s wager. An Interview with Noam Chomsky’, pp. 79-92]. ISBN 90-420-0198-4 (hardback), ISBN 90-420-0170-4 (paperback). | Access citations here
‘ESD between Systemic Change and Bureaucratic Obfuscation. Some Reflections on Environmental Education and Education for Sustainable Development in Switzerland’, Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 5 (2011) 1, pp. 39-60. Print ISSN: 0973-4082; Online ISSN: 0973-4074. doi: 10.1177/097340821000500109 [http://jsd.sagepub.com/content/5/1/39.abstract] | Access citations here
‘Toward Dematerialization’, in Mindfulness in the Marketplace – Compassionate Responses to consumerism, ed. by Allan Hunt Badiner, foreword by Julia Butterfly Hill (Berkeley, CA, Parallax Press, 2002), pp. 261-269. ISBN 1-888375-24-8.