Jörg Hutter - Jörg Hutter

Jörg Hutter (* 1958 ) is a German sociologist and author.


After his school education, Hutter studied sociology and achieved a doctorate. From 1985 to 1998 he worked as a research assistant at the University of Bremen , where he was co-initiator of the gay and lesbian studies Bremen project, which existed from 1995 to 1999 . He then worked as a sociologist in Hamburg.

Hutter wrote several books and authored numerous articles, essays and reviews on various topics. [1] His efforts to name the street in Bremen in memory of the German lawyer Karl Heinrich Ulrichs led to success two years later [2] . On August 30, 2002 the street sign Ulrichsplatz was installed in the Ostertor district. Jörg Hutter lives with his friend in Bremen . [3]

Until 2004 he was a member of the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party .


  • Social Control of Homosexual Desire - Medical Definitions and Legal Sanctions in the 19th Century. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt / M. 1992, ISBN 3-593-34748-2 .
  • Exclusion makes you sick - homophobia and HIV infections. Westdeutscher Verlag, Wiesbaden 2000 / VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2002, ISBN 3-531-13163-X (together with Volker Koch and Rüdiger Lautmann ).
  • Competence assessment: a way to successfully mediate in training and work. Hiba-Verlag, Heidelberg January 2004, ISBN 3-89751-173-8 .
  • Intercultural competence as an opportunity - A guide to discovering the professional potential of young people with a migration background. Coordination Office for Further Education and Employment, Hamburg May 2004, 2nd edition, summer 2006, ISBN 3-9810871-0-0 (together with Andreas Hieronymus and Hülya Eralp).


Individual evidence

  1. Homepage Jörg Hutter: Own publications (accessed April 9, 2019)
  2. Homepage Jörg Hutter [1] (accessed April 9, 2019)
  3. Homepage Jörg Hutter (accessed: April 9, 2019)