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Dr. Lisa Jenny Krieg

 

LJK

Postal Address: Meckenheimer Allee 166 - D-53115 Bonn

Office: Geozentrum - Meckenheimer Allee 176

Room: 0.021

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Tel: +49 (0)228 73 - 68710

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Biography

Research

Publications

Teaching 

Biography

 

Lisa Krieg studied Cultural Anthropology in Heidelberg and Jerusalem and completed her PhD on German social memory in autumn 2016 at the Department for Cultural Anthropology at Utrecht University. At the Department for Anthropology at University of Amsterdam, she worked as a postdoc on researching the circulation of online knowledge about psychoactive drugs with digital methods. Since October 2016, she works as a postdoc at the GIUB in the research group of Prof. Verne. 

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Research 

 

In her postdoctoral research, she is interested in the intersection between digital technologies and human-animal relations. One research project explores technology-mediated translocalities of reptiles from the Indian Ocean region, particularly Phelsuma spp.. Reptiles move between Indian Ocean islands as invasive species, causing ecological problems, and to European countries, particularly Germany, with the pet trade. They are entangled in manifold human activies in the context of research, breeding, trade, and conservation. The internet plays a focal role for the knowledge exchange between Germany and the Indian Ocean. 

Another research focus is the negotiation and management of risk and danger in human-wildlife encounters through technology and digital apps. Digital technology, such as smartphone warning apps, is increasingly employed to control risks arising from the proximity between large predators such as wolves and sharks and humans. Social media and 'crowd knowledge' are becoming increasingly significant in this context.

 

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Publications

 Peer-reviewed

  • Krieg, L. J. (2018). Entangling (non)human isolation and connectivity: island nature conservation on Ile aux Aigrettes, Mauritius. Island Studies Journal. Link to article.
  • Krieg, Lisa J., Moritz Berning and Anita Hardon 2017. Anthropology with algorithms? An exploration of online drug knowledge with digital methods. Medicine Anthropology Theory 4(3). Link to article.
  • Dijkstra, L. J. and Krieg, L. J. 2016. From MDMA to Lady Gaga: Expertise and Contribution Behavior of Editing Communities on Wikipedia. Procedia Computer Science 101: 96–106.
  • Krieg, Lisa J. 2016. 'It was horrible, but we live now' - The experience of young German adults in everyday encounters with the Holocaust. In Focaal Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology (74): 97-110.
  • Krieg, Lisa J. 2015. ‘It’s a real Totschlag-Argument’ - The attribution of agency to the Holocaust among contemporary young German adults in a discourse of remembering and forgetting. In Social Anthropology/Anthropologie Sociale23(3): 314-329.
  • Krieg, Lisa J. 2015. „Who wants to be sad over and over again?“ – Emotion Ideologies in Contemporary German Holocaust Education. In Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 7(2): 110-128.
  • Krieg, Lisa J. 2012. A Fight for Countermemory and Counteridentity: The Alternative Ceremony of Independence Day in Israel. In Kroeber Anthropological Society 101(1): 33-48. 

Other Output

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Teaching

 
 Winter Semester 2018/19:  
 
 
 

 

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