Erich Schienke

Erich Schienke writes on and/or experiments with a variety of different topics concerning: ecology, ethnography, China, sustainable development, environmental ethics, climate change, globalization, discursive imaginaries, scale, urban development, society and the carbon cycle, Deleuze, cinema, the construction of image-events and movement-images, maps, geographic information systems, biodiversity, floatation tanks, ecotectures, loudspeakers, cybernetics, indoor greening, home-scale food production, posture and perception, Bateson, design studies, participatory design, environmental justice, toxic environments, public understanding of science, surveillance and public space, informatic schismogenisis, data reciprocity, Nietzsche, the eternal return, travelling, constructions of knowledge and performances of power, cooking, fermenting things, fishing, science and the state, and panda porn.

Schienke holds a Ph.D. in Science and Technology Studies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Rock Ethics Institute and a lecturer in the Science, Technology, and Society Program at the Pennsylvania State University, where he is engaged in research on the ethical dimensions of climate change. Erich is also working on his own book on environmental imaginaries, science, and governance in contemporary China. You can find him online at <>.


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