Martin Lindner

He is a freelancer. He has worked for the bsj-Marburg in the field of Youth Work. He then has been a lecturer at the University of Marburg in the field of adventure and education (Bildung). Involved in the development of national and international masters degree he worked as the coordinator of an Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree (TEOS – Transcultural European Outdoor Studies). Since 2017 he is a Research Fellow at the University of Cumbria.

Recent publication

Lindner, M. (2018), Adventure Based Counseling – Das Abenteuerlabor, in: Michl, W. & Seidel, H. (Hg.): Handbuch Erlebnispädagogik, München: Reinhardt-Verlag (60-63)

Becker, P.; Lindner, M. & Vollmar, M. (2018), TEOS – an academic discourse about the European Outdoor Culture in a continually further globalising world, in: Becker, P., Humberstone, B., Loynes, C. and Schirp, J., eds.: The changing world of outdoor learning in Europe. London: Routledge (pp. 117-130) 

Vollmar, M. & Lindner, M. (2018), No risk, no experience – Imbalances in the safety-provisions discourse from the outdoor-pedagogical perspective, in: Becker, P., Humberstone, B., Loynes, C. and Schirp, J., eds.: The changing world of outdoor learning in Europe. London: Routledge (pp. 131-143) 

Andkjaer, S.; Boyes, M; Lindner, M. & Potter, T. (accepted paper), The role of planning in outdoor adventure decision-making,: Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Learning 

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