I am a PhD student in Information Studies since 2018. In my PhD project I explore processes and modes of science communication on climate issues in new types of academic collaborations. Drawing on the concepts of post-academic science and immaterial labour, the study aims to provide an examination of communication strategies, their affective and economic value, and the involved actors in the specific communication acts.
I have a background in anthropology, sinology and information studies. My research interests span over several fields, including science- and scholarly communication, information practices, environmental humanities, knowledge representation and production, and Chinese area studies (migration, biopolitics, modern history (1949-1978)).
I am part of the research group "Information practices: Communication, Culture and Society”.