Ronja Wacker

Researcher within the project “Pesticide exposure and social-ecological Inequalities”
Ronja Wacker Ronja Wacker Image: Marie-Christine Thieme

Ronja Wacker, M.A.

Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Institute of Sociology

Researcher within the project Pesticide exposure and social-ecological Inequalities

Bachstr. 18k
07743 Jena
Room: 222

Phone: +49 (0) 3641 9-45050

Research interests

Bioeconomy, Biomedicine, -technology, socio-ecological Inequalities, Reproduction and Gender Relations


Curriculum vitae
since 08/2021

Researcher at the Project “Pesticide exposure and social-ecological Inequalities”

10/2018 –

Research Assistant in the BMBF-funded Junior Research Group “Bioeconomy and Inequalities”, Institute of Sociology, FSU Jena

10/2018 –

Sociology M.A., FSU Jena. Thesis: “Freezing a bit of hope – Social Egg Freezing in between control, promise and heteronormativity”

04/2016 –

Scholarship holder of the Hans Böckler Stiftung

01/2017 –

Semester Abroad at the University of Warwick, GB

01/2016 –

Student Assistant at the Project “Vorteil Jena” (Focus Teacher Health), department of school development, Institute of Pedagogy, FSU Jena

10/2014 – 09/2018

Sociology and Psychology B.A., FSU Jena


Wacker, Ronja (2019): Bioeconomy in Transplantation Medicine. Our Understanding of Bodies, Health and Life in Transition. Working Paper Nr. 5, Bioeconomy & Global Inequalities, Jena, [pdf, 413 kb] de.