STUDENTS: Katharine N. Farrell
This page is both about and for my students.
It is intended to serve as a resource for students with whom I am currently working
and also as a platform for sharing information about what my students are doing.
I hope that you find it interesting and perhaps even useful...
PhD students / past and present:
click here for a list of my PhD students and some links to their work
Course and Seminar Materials
Arendt, Hannah (1970) On Violence Harcourt Brace & Company, London.
Boulding, Kenneth E. (1950) A Reconstruction of Economics, Chapman & Hall, London.
Costanza, Robert Ed. (1991) Ecological Economics: The Science and Management of
Sustainability. Columbia University Press, New York.
Dennett, Daniel C. (1992) Consciousness Explained Penguin Books, London.
Foucault, Michel (2003) The Archaeology of Knowledge Routledge, London.
Funtowicz, S.O. and J.R. Ravetz (1990) Uncertainty and Quality in Science for Policy.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands.
Georgescu-Roegen, Nicholas (1971) The Entropy Law and the economic process.
Harvard University Press; Distributed by Oxford University Press, London.
Hajer, Maarten, A. (1995) The Politics of Environmental Discourse: Ecological
Modernization and the Policy Process Clarendon Press, Oxford.
Kant, Immanuel (1787) The Critique of Pure Reason. Great Books of the Western
World. Vol. 39, Kant. Mortimer J. Adler. Ed (1990) Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
Koestler, Arthur and J.R. Smythies Eds. (1969) Beyond Reductionism: New
perspectives in the life sciences (The Alpbach Symposium of 1968) Hutchinson & Co.
Martinez-Alier, Juan (1987) Ecological economics: energy, environment and society
Marx, Karl (1981) A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy. Lawrence
& Wishart, London.
Prigogine, Ilya (1997) The End of Certainty, The Free Press, London.
Ravetz, Jerome R (1971) Scientific Knowledge and its Social Problems Clarendon
Schrödinger, Erwin (1948) What is Life? Cambridge University Press.
Tsuchida, Atsushi and Takeshi Murota (1985) ‘Fundamentals in the entropy theory of
watercycle, ecocycle, and human economy’ Entropy Studies on Ecology and Economy.
Unpublished booklet of two papers presented to the Institut de la Vie symposium Man’
s Coevolution with the Bioshpere in the Age of Advanced Technologies. 21-25 January,
1985, Strong College, Toronto Canada.
Kate's favourite books...
Activity Area Navigation Page
Division of Resource Economics,
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA),
Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Department of Environmental Sciences and Policy,
Central European University, Hungary.
this is an open discussion group coordinated via the Moodle Course Tool
at the HU - if you would like to join please contact me via email
this is a closed course. available to students eligible to study at the H-U