Faculty

COURSE LEADER

Jonathan M. Code, M.Ed

» Contact Jonathan by email: jonathan.code@nullcrossfieldsinstitute.com
» Jonathan on LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/pub/jonathan-code/45/387/897

Jonathan is a co-Director of Crossfields Europa and is the Director of Crossfields Learning. He is a writer, gardener, teacher, author and researcher. He is the course leader on the postgraduate course Researching Holistic  Agroecology. Jonathan has a deep interest in Consciousness Studies, Western Esotericism, the natural sciences, holistic agriculture and education. These interests informed both his Bachelor’s degree (Integral Studies, CIIS, California), and his M. Ed (Social and Environmental Education, RSUC Oslo). Jonathan has taught practical chemistry, phenomenology and nature study to learners of all ages for many years, and he continues to contribute to adult and higher education initiatives both in the UK and abroad. Jonathan is studying for his doctorate with the University of Bath.  His book Muck and Mind: Encountering Biodynamic Agriculture was released in November 2014 by Lindisfarne Press and by Floris Books in January 2015.

Jonathan

Crossfields Staff

  • Fergus Anderson PhD, M.Ed, \BA – Researcher and Lecturer
  • Charlotte von Bülow, M.Ed, Co-Director of Crossfields Europa; Trusteeships have included the Living Earth Land Trust, the Biodynamic Association, Charlotte is also a founding member of the Biodynamic Association Board of Studies.
  • Jane Tyler, Faculty Administration Manager

Associate faculty includes but is not limited to:

  • Dr Isis Brook (Research Fellow of Crossfields Learning)

Visiting Speakers

Visiting speakers for some of the Week long intensives will include, but is not limited to:

  • Dr Michel Pimbert (Centre for Agroecology and Water Resilience)
  • Dr Julia Wright (Centre for Agroecology and Water Resilience)
  • Dr Craig Holdrege (The Nature Institute, USA)
  • Prof Warwick Fox (UCLan emeritus)
  • Dr Chris Warburton-Brown (Research Coordinator, Permaculture Association)
  • Dr Michael Antoniou (Kings College London)
  • Dr Judyth Sassoon (University of Bristol)