Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Sutterlüty - Curriculum Vitae
Born near to Bregenz (Western Austria); Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck, Austria, and Universidad Pontificia Salamanca, Spain, Catholic Theology (M.A. 1987); University of Konstanz and Free University of Berlin, Germany, Social Sciences and Sociology (Diploma 1994); Free University of Berlin, Dissertation "Violent Careers: Young Offenders in the Cycle of Violence and Disrespect" (PhD 2000); University of Vienna, Austria, Habilitation "Kin Liability: Negative Classifications in Ethnic Conflicts" (venia docendi, Sociology 2010).
Coordinator of on-the-job training programs, Institute of Social Research and Occupational Education, Berlin (1990–1995); Lecturer of Sociology and Socialization, Association for Integration, Social Research and Occupational Education, Berlin (1997–2002); Associate lecturer for Sociology of Crime, Free University of Berlin, John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Department of Sociology (1999–2001); Research fellow, Institute for Social Research in Frankfurt am Main (2001–2005); Assistant professor at the Department of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, Justus Liebig University of Giessen (2005–2007); Professor of Sociology at the Department of Social Work, Catholic University of Applied Sciences North Rhine-Westphalia in Paderborn (2007–2012).
Permanent Fellow (2007–2021) and Interim Director (2019–2021) at the Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt am Main; Professor of Sociology with a focus on Family and Youth Sociology, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main (since 2012).